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Lost River

Depth Range

  • 550 — 1000 meters

Temperature Range

  • 3.3°C-4.5°C

Biome ID

Harvesting Nodes

  • Limestone Outcrop
  • Sandstone Outcrop
  • Shale Outcrop

Point of Interest

  • Disease Research Facility
  • Lost River Laboratory Cache
  • Alien Arch Cache
  • Ancient Skeleton
  • Gargantuan Fossil
  • Sea Dragon Leviathan Skeleton
  • Giant Cove Tree

Terrain scans indicate this biome contains unusually high concentrations of organic and fossilized remains.

The Lost River is a massive, frigid cave biome located deep under the surface and is further divided into seven distinct sub-biomes.

Entrances to the Lost River can be found in both Blood Kelp Zones, the Deep Grand Reef, and the border between the Mountains and Bulb Zone. The Cyclops is able to enter the Lost River through all four, and traverse the whole way into the Inactive Lava Zone.

It is the deepest biome that can be explored by the Seamoth.

Description

The Lost River is a frigid, generally gloomy and foggy biome, possessing a distinct greenish tint in the water that is mostly illuminated by the alkaline brine pools, as well as an eerie atmosphere with the occasional Ghostray wails. These brine pools cover almost all of the lower portions of the caverns. The brine pools found throughout most of the cave system will harm the player upon direct contact, with the exception being while within the Prawn Suit or Seamoth, or when within the harmless blue brine found within the Tree Cove.

Fauna and flora found within the Lost River are immune to the brine, a trait carried only by them.

The Disease Research Facility is located in the Lost River, inside a cavern with its opening in the Junction and the Mountains corridor.

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The Lost River is one of the coldest biomes implemented, with temperatures on the sea floor rarely rising above 10 degrees Celsius.

The Lost River is composed of seven distinct areas:

The Bone Fields is a vast cavern within the Lost River, centered on the Gargantuan Fossil which gives the Bone Fields its name. It is connected to the Blood Kelp Trench via the Lost River Corridor, and to the Deep Grand Reef via the Ghost Canyon, each of them having their own flora and particular landscapes.

The juvenile Ghost Leviathan in this region is facing directly to the Ghost Canyon. One should be cautious when entering through there to here.

There are a few hydrothermal vents on this area. On these you can find Rubies, Lithium, Green Table Coral and sometimes Magnetite.

Large Resource Deposits are present mostly under the brine lake surrounding the colossal skeleton and the caves underneath. Rarer deposits can be found in the Bone Fields Caves in the ceiling, others around the cavern and deeper caverns under the brine.

The caves in the brine and ceiling contain a unique, unnamed kind of coral.

Description

The Lost River is a frigid, generally gloomy and foggy biome, possessing a distinct greenish tint in the water that is mostly illuminated by the alkaline brine pools, as well as an eerie atmosphere with the occasional Ghostray wails. These brine pools cover almost all of the lower portions of the caverns. The brine pools found throughout most of the cave system will harm the player upon direct contact, with the exception being while within the Prawn Suit or Seamoth, or when within the harmless blue brine found within the Tree Cove.

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Fauna and flora found within the Lost River are immune to the brine, a trait carried only by them.

The Disease Research Facility is located in the Lost River, inside a cavern with its opening in the Junction and the Mountains corridor.

The Lost River is one of the coldest biomes implemented, with temperatures on the sea floor rarely rising above 10 degrees Celsius.

The Lost River is composed of seven distinct areas:

The Bone Fields is a vast cavern within the Lost River, centered on the Gargantuan Fossil which gives the Bone Fields its name. It is connected to the Blood Kelp Trench via the Lost River Corridor, and to the Deep Grand Reef via the Ghost Canyon, each of them having their own flora and particular landscapes.

The juvenile Ghost Leviathan in this region is facing directly to the Ghost Canyon. One should be cautious when entering through there to here.

There are a few hydrothermal vents on this area. On these you can find Rubies, Lithium, Green Table Coral and sometimes Magnetite.

Large Resource Deposits are present mostly under the brine lake surrounding the colossal skeleton and the caves underneath. Rarer deposits can be found in the Bone Fields Caves in the ceiling, others around the cavern and deeper caverns under the brine.

The caves in the brine and ceiling contain a unique, unnamed kind of coral.

Description

The Lost River is a frigid, generally gloomy and foggy biome, possessing a distinct greenish tint in the water that is mostly illuminated by the alkaline brine pools, as well as an eerie atmosphere with the occasional Ghostray wails. These brine pools cover almost all of the lower portions of the caverns. The brine pools found throughout most of the cave system will harm the player upon direct contact, with the exception being while within the Prawn Suit or Seamoth, or when within the harmless blue brine found within the Tree Cove.

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Fauna and flora found within the Lost River are immune to the brine, a trait carried only by them.

The Disease Research Facility is located in the Lost River, inside a cavern with its opening in the Junction and the Mountains corridor.

The Lost River is one of the coldest biomes implemented, with temperatures on the sea floor rarely rising above 10 degrees Celsius.

The Lost River is composed of seven distinct areas:

The Bone Fields is a vast cavern within the Lost River, centered on the Gargantuan Fossil which gives the Bone Fields its name. It is connected to the Blood Kelp Trench via the Lost River Corridor, and to the Deep Grand Reef via the Ghost Canyon, each of them having their own flora and particular landscapes.

The juvenile Ghost Leviathan in this region is facing directly to the Ghost Canyon. One should be cautious when entering through there to here.

There are a few hydrothermal vents on this area. On these you can find Rubies, Lithium, Green Table Coral and sometimes Magnetite.

Large Resource Deposits are present mostly under the brine lake surrounding the colossal skeleton and the caves underneath. Rarer deposits can be found in the Bone Fields Caves in the ceiling, others around the cavern and deeper caverns under the brine.

The caves in the brine and ceiling contain a unique, unnamed kind of coral.

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