The first thing you may notice about Ginsberg is its unique
flora. Neon-colored tongue and hand trees dot the landscape,
while large bushes reminiscent of microorganic structures lie
Little hills composed of box-like plants (and occasionally
animals) rise and fall. Travelers are warned not to climb, as
the plants secrete a volatile gas when pressure is applied to
their sun-facing side.
Many of Ginsberg's animals function similarly to seafloor fauna
Those that do not attack fleshy beings on sight process an unknown
airborne compound into usable energy and/or consume microorganisms,
not unlike sea pens.