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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 visit oases and coastal plains on arabian peninsula Oases occur when water trapped underground seeps to the surface in form of a spring.This land was extremely fertile and farmers came here to farm vegetation of some sort. Examples of our oases are the Najd, Najran, and Hejaz oases. You can find waterholes/ rivers. it rains it's hot and shady Oases were used for many reasons but two of them was to farm and as a rest location. In farming farmers would travel to the oasis to grow fruits such as peaches, dates and grains for bread. They also grew the date palm tree this tree became a valuable resource because it offered shade and food from the Dates. They also used these to build homes , they used the leaves to thatch the roof, trunk for irrigation pipes and fibers for rope. Nomads later created paths in the desert that lead to Oases.I give this place a 4 for the livability because there is fresh water. shade fruits and other vegetation but the sun is still a problem it will still be hot. and for the trade rating i give it a 5 because their is all the main trading recesses there like fresh water, fruits, thatch palm trees and palm leaves This is just one of our many oases Plenty of animals are in the sea ,the coastal Ends at the Rocky Cliffs, andthere are dry riverbeds that fill up with water during the rainy season Some coastal plains are Aden, Jeddah, muscat,and Abu dhabin. water features near there are gulf of Aden, red sea, Persian gulf, Arabian sea. It rains regularly and it is warm. to survive farmers grew crops, people dug wells and built dams to irrigate fields, people traded products in seaports, such as Aden. for livability 4 because its not hot its just warm its fertile and it provides sea transport ,but there is a chance the dam will burst and flood the town. for the trading rating I gave it a 3 because their is a sea port for easy trading also you can sell your crops.
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