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Marsh
The marsh is always wet and never seems to dry up, it covers little less than Half of ShadowClan territory. This is a good place to hunt for frogs and water snakes. It's extremely muddy and it takes forever to clean your fur after coming here. This is why most ShadowClan cats try to stay away from here as much as they can. The water here is to thick with mud to drink and can make you very sick. There are sometimes soft spots in the mud which may sink and cave in. Shadowclan apprentices are traditionally taught of these spots so that they know how to avoid them. The reeds of this marsh are tall enough to obscure a cat completely, and they allow for excellent ambushes - both for and against ShadowClan. However, the cats of ShadowClan are very accustomed to such terrain and have become experts in reading the slightest twitch of a reed, the faintest rustling. The cats of the clan also may catch frogs and small marsh sparrows and wrens in these marshy areas. Occasionally they will find straying rodents as well.
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