NOW WITH LABELS AND TERRITORIES!
Another map for another prehistoric continent concept (or rather the same prehistoric continent concept which I keep re-designing over and over again). I imagine this vast landmass as housing three intelligent races: the warlike avian Kukaws, the peaceful reptilian Caaneks, and human colonists arriving from ancient Nubia (a kingdom in what is now Sudan, Africa). And of course there are dinosaurs.
Kukaws: The Kukaw race has evolved from intelligent birds closely related to parrots. Most traditionally live in treehouse villages alongside floodplains where they cultivate their crops, but some of the larger Kukaw nations have set up monumental architecture in the form of temples, royal palaces, and astrological observatories. Although the Kukaws have a vegetarian diet, they are probably the most violent and warlike of the Saurian Continent’s resident races. Constant internecine warfare and blood sacrifices play a critical role in their religion and politics. Most of the time the Kukaws direct their aggression towards each other, but they may also attack Caaneks and Nubians if their interests ever conflict. Their territories are marked in purple on the map.
Caaneks: These intelligent, bipedal lizards are primarily carnivorous and enjoy a reputation as formidable hunters, yet they actually have a peaceful way of life that values compassion, cooperation, and generosity above all other virtues. Most live in small nomadic bands with egalitarian social relations, but these may split or join at will instead of forming permanent clans or tribes. Such flexible social dynamics have allowed the Caaneks to maintain more or less harmonious relations with each other and prevented the evolution of organized warfare among them, but nonetheless they have historically come into conflict with both the belligerent Kukaws and the incoming Nubians. Due to their lack of clan or tribal structures and their nomadic lifestyles, the Caaneks do not have territories marked on this map.
Nubians: All humanity in the Saurian Continent can trace their roots to colonists arriving from the Sudanese kingdom of Kush (or Nubia) via a trans-universal wormhole known as the Warp. Although cut off from their mother country once the Warp closed, these Nubian settlers have since managed to adapt to their new homeland, domesticating several native plant and animal species after bringing in their established civilization. At first the Nubians worked together under one colonial leadership, but as they expanded across the continent, they have fissioned into a number of independent kingdoms that do not always cooperate. These kingdoms' territories are marked in black on the map.
With regards to climate and terrain, light green areas on the map represent grassy savannas, dark green represents jungles, dark bluish-green represents swamps, and the coarse gray areas are mountain ranges.