The Amoebic Sea covers around 5% of Darwin IV's surface. Instead of water, the sea is made up of a massive group of single-celled organisms.
All oceans on Darwin IV evaporated millions of years ago, leaving behind massive Salt pirals and dead coral. As such, the Amoebic Sea is the largest body of 'liquid' on Darwin IV, and serves as the planet's only major ocean. Many creatures live on the shores of the Amoebic Sea.
Interactions with other wildlifeEdit
Adult Emperor sea strider feed on the Amoebic Sea, using mouths on the bottom of their feet to skim the surface and eat the microbes. The sea itself also eats the young of the emperor sea strider. Diskflyers, Stripewings and Sac-backs also feed on the sea.