Covering the southern tip of the Keys are the Murk Flats, a vast expanse of marshes covered by a tall canopy above. The area itself is littered with hundreds of active sulfur geysers, which erupt without warning, spraying sulfur polluted water straight up and in all directions, endangering any who come into contact with the corrosive spray. The very ground itself, if it could be called that, is unstable and mucky. The water is so diluted with sulfur that even breathing the gases that rise off of it could be dangerous. The journey is not for the faint of heart, nor what lies a little further north.
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