A large, high mountain range, formed by the collision of the Western Zeluzhia plates with the Eastern Zeluzhia Plate, runs north to south through the southeastern part of the continent. The far north is also mountainous. Most of Zeluzhia is tropical savannah and grasslands; the equatorial regions, and much of the east coast, are covered by rainforest. There are small areas of desert and scrubland in the north and the southwest, and the far south is temperate.
Zeluzhia was populated at some point between -14000 and -12000 YP by paleolithic hunter-gatherers belonging to the first wave of human settlement of Tuysáfa. Accordingly, most of the indigenous language families of Zeluzhia are considered to belong to the Primundic phylum. A couple of Mediundic and Ultimundic languages are spoken in Zeluzhia as well, but these arrived much later, being clearly related to languages spoken elsewhere.
|Jamna Kopiai||Hioah||[ˈhɪ.wah]||"everyone", "the world"|
|Zele||Tsashagimi||[tsaˈʃa.ɡi.mi]||PI ta sákimi, "great South"|
|Wippwo||Saγãi||['sa.ɣãj]||<-- reflex of Tsashagimi|