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The Savage Land

Savage Land

Location
Antarctica
Creators
Stan Lee, Jack Kirby
First Appearance
X-Men (Vol. 1) #10 (March, 1965)
Notable Residents
Ka-Zar, Zabu, Sheena, Devil Dinosaur (currently)
Points of Interest
Village of the United Tribes, Gondora, Altar of Death, New Imperia, Skull Island

The Savage Land is a location in the Marvel Universe and is home to the hero Ka-Zar.

HistoryEdit

CreationEdit

Long ago, the alien race known as the Nuwali arrived on other planets, creating vast experiments within a planet's area to study the nature of evolution.  They did this on the command of a more powerful alien race known as the Beyonders who were unable to leave their own dimension and needed the Nuwali's help in learning about evolution in controlled circumstances (the Savage Land was only one of many of these experiments, located on planets across the galaxy.)

The Nuwali first placed various life forms native to the Earth (such as plantlife and dinosaurs) in the experiment area and over the course of millions of years added different forms of life including mammels and hominid "man-apes".  Over time the Beyonders and the Nuwali abandoned the experiment (approxamately around 200,000 BC but the self-sustaining machines continued the existence of the what they created.  A faction of the ancient alien race known as the Eternals spent an undisclosed amount of time there and left behind a temple complex.

Atlantean ColonizationEdit

In approxamately 18,500 B.C., people from Atlantis (refugees from when Atlantis first sank into the ocean) began to colonize the Savage Land, bringing with them prehistoric life they had been preserving, as well as rare, magical creatures such as unicorns.  They maintained the secret machines that kept the Savage Land's climate and volcanos active and developed a capital they called Pangea (from the Altantean word for Paradise).  The Atlanteans also genetically altered the protohumans known as the Man-Apes, turning them into creatures resembling birds, fish, and other animals, creating a slave-class known as the Beast-Men.  When Pangea become automated, they rebelled in the first Pangea War and fled to habitable areas of the Savage Land.  These people won and were given the right to inhabit unpopulated areas of the Savage Land.

In 18,000 BC, an event spurred by a war between aliens and mystics known as The Great Cataclysm occurred, which resulted in the destruction of Atlantis.



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