The planet Wormulon, as it's called by most scientists, is an earth-like planet in a densely populated solar system with twenty-five other planets.
Wormulon is about 30.9 times bigger than Earth and its gravity is about 9.50 times that of Earth. A single day lasts 16.78 hours and a year lasts 247 days. The planet is made up of 2 continents, which make up 49% of the planet's landmass.
5 moon(s) orbit the planet and Wormulon itself orbits a blue sun in a circular orbit.
The plant-like organisms on this planet are primarily shrubs and smaller trees, supported by small flowers, grasses and fungi on the bottom layer. Tall trees make up only a small portion of plant life on this planet. Nutrients are always needed but not always around, so organisms have to find ways to get them. Common ways are using different roots to find them in deep or shallow grounds or even stealing them from others, but on this planet many species have found a different balance. Unlike most plants on Earth who tend to only produce oxygen and nutrients, usually in the form of sugars, for itself, the organisms on this planet also produce other forms of nutrients for itself, usually for different purposes. These processes often lead to many byproducts which it doesn't need and are thus discarded. These discarded products are exactly what other species need to live and in turn produce byproducts it discards for the other organisms, leading to a delicate balance. The coral underwater are perhaps more astonishing than the organisms on the surface, which is because they look almost the same, especially from a distance. The corals underwater have the same shapes as the surface organisms, almost as if they want to mimic them as closely as they can. But these shapes server their purpose. Much like the trees on Earth grow leafed branches, the corals on this planet grow to huge size and have branches with specialized polyps. This planet has an abundance of life in all shapes and sizes. Birds, reptiles, insects, fish, mammals, you name it.