Eastern Karans

The Eastern Karans is a mountain range along the northern side of Panau. It runs west to east along the northern edge of the island, south of the Navari River. The average elevation is around 3,000 feet (950 metres).

The Eastern Karans form the water basin of Panau, feeding the important rivers of Anuravati and Navari. These rivers drain into the Laiak Sea and the Gulf of Bhiwani.

The Karans are important to a large population of Laiak Elephants that migrate through the mountain range between seasons. Tigers, gaurs, sloths, leopards and boars dwell in the southern forests of the Karans.

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