THE SWAMP LANDS
Neither land nor sea. It appears to be growing larger. There is some evidence that the Swamp Lands is some vast living organism that engulfs and feeds upon anything that comes near its surface.
THE LAND OF THE MUTANTS
A Dalek neutron weapon-testing area. Prisoners who were used in early tests have been exposed to massive radiation. The resulting generations have become ghastly mutations.
(Shades of Genesis of the Daleks make themselves felt for one of the few times in all the Dalek annuals...)
THE OCEAN OF DEATH
The acid content of this sea is so high that it would destroy human tissue in seconds. The terrible sea monsters that inhabit these deeps are protected by hides so thick and dense that they are invulnerable to even the most powerful weapons.
(It seems likely that the Ocean of Death is a continuation of the Sea of Acid. Note that the title comes via The Keys of Marinus, by none other than Terry Nation...)
THE LAND OF THE LOST
A prison colony that needs no guards. The acid sea prevents any escape. Chances of survival are very low in the jungle area. No one sentenced to serve a term here has ever returned.
(Again, we see a recycling of Terry Nation’s ideas, this time the prison world of Desparus from The Daleks’ Master Plan.)
One of the most fantastic geological areas in the universe. Molten snow and ice from the very core of Skaro erupt in enormous explosions covering many hundreds of square miles.
(Obviously, these icecanos have been lifted wholesale from Planet of the Daleks by Terry Nation. Is this a case of Terry Nation reusing his own ideas, or someone with a vague memory of a Dalek story erroneously relocating them to Skaro?)
It is believed that hundreds of millions of snakes, both large and small, infest this island. Members of the research expedition reported that it was impossible to take more than two strides without stepping on a serpent.
Great towering needles of stone that rear thousands of feet out of the sea and serve as a sanctuary and nesting place for the gigantic flying creatures that swarm the area.
THE CRYSTAL CONTINENT
Vast seams of combustible material have been burning for centuries beneath the surface of this area. The outer crust of the land contains the minerals used in the making of glass. Thus the whole continent appears to be made from solidified and molten glass. Creatures trapped in the molten glass are preserved for all time.