Zarenin has a radioactive atmosphere that still manages to support a wide variety of life forms. Its rolling surface geography is dominated by valleys of pink and orange stone, pitted by large, circular craters containing shallow water, between unusually high mountain ranges. The native flora is sparse for a planet that hosts such a large quantity of indigenous animals.
Surface conditions are radioactive, averaging 5.5 rads of exposure during daytime hours (actually increasing to higher than 6 rads after dark). Submersion in the crater pools further increases exposure 8.6 rads or higher. Surface storms can raise levels to nearly 11 rads, though such storms are infrequent.
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