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Map Symbols

As an example, green things relate to vegetation like thickets and the density of undergrowth; brown things are earth features like contour lines, earthbanks and termite mounds; blue is permanent water (sea-water, ponds) or where water runs in wet weather (watercourses, marshes); black is man-made stuff like paths or distinctive objects such as towers or seats, or rocks like boulders and cliffs; yellow shows types of open parkland and pasture; white is runnable forest.