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Damage to plantlife on the seafloor suggests this may be the migration path of a huge, bottom-dwelling lifeform.
The Sea Treader's Path is characterized by a large mound of sand, rock and gravel - which actually consists of a long, wide path paved with rocks and gravel going through a dark tunnel, with many types of flora decorating along the way, including Membrain Trees. It features a grand diversity of life forms, mostly originated from its bordering biomes, such as Spadefish and Bladderfish. The stomping of the Sea Treaders can bring up shale outcrops.
There is also a rather large cave system connected to the aforementioned tunnel, with many entrances located from both inside and outside of the latter.