Normally, an island is usually a set size unless the sea level rises or a volcano expands it. However, I am planning something very unusual about the island in my dinosaur series. What if the island grows nonstop every year? How would such continuous growth affect the surrounding landmasses? This island will not be growing due to volcanic activity. Instead, it will be due to something far more extreme and unnatural. It will be a form of technology that goes horribly wrong. Another thing to consider is how will the island’s constant growth affect its inhabitants. This concept gives me a lot of ideas to work with as the series progresses.

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