The energy source of Zorkadum allows the natural substances for the
herbivores’ consumption to grow. Along with providing food for many
creatures, the energy gives all Termit species the ability to breathe.
The element crucial for Zorkadum species is implanted in the Acid. The
Acid’s vital energy source is extracted using the Munum’s bacteria-like
substance growing on them. The bacteria growing on the Munum’s exterior
are consumed by the Grappers. The Grappers then consume the majority of
the bacteria except the element Glycus. The Grappers expel the Glycus
through their bodies as a gas and it permeates throughout the air. The
reaction between the Glycus gas and the atmosphere’s air only allows
substance to grow on Termit and not the Acid’s surface. The Glycus
element is already apart of the Acid and thus has no reaction when
released into the atmosphere. But when the reaction infuses with the
Termit’s surface, the Glycus reacts with the element Quecops. Quecops
is the primary element of the Termit surface.
The major difference between Zorkadum’s energy source and the Earth’s
is that the energy expelled by the Grappers is inhaled by all creatures
and natural resources and gives them all their necessary energy to
live. Glycus provides the creatures with sufficient air to
breathe and the natural resources’ nutrients to grow. The creatures and
natural resources do not exchange elements like the Earth’s C02 and H20
between animals and plants. Therefore the Munum are crucial for the
whole Zorkadum’s life cycle. In fact, the fate of Zorkadum’s existence
rests on the Munum’s lives.