tide of the moon Picture

Sillish: In Abigarian mythology, is referred to as "Second Daughter of Foar" . This dwarf planet in mainly desert. but in the shallow waters lye an advanced species of shape-shifting algae, that oftten times morph into spires of all sizes in order to collect sun-light, and nutrient gasses from the surface.

Sillish goes through what abigarian scientists call a tidal season. Dwesta, another of the two moons orbiting Foar. passes Sillish creating a gravitational pull resulting in a high tides allowing the indigenous plants to migrate.
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