(This is a picture of the Stone Forest in Greece, to show what this biome would look like.)
The stone forest is similar to the ice spikes biome, but the "spikes" there, are smaller, more uniform spires, or thin, jagged cliffs, of stone. Another difference is that they are in closer proximity of each other.
These spires could be made of stone, andesite, diorite, or gravel. Ravines are also more common here. The remaining area is dotted with thick vegetation, and trees also would fill in the space between the spires.
This biome could be found in the foothills of the shattered savanna, or in the jungle.
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