Renforra is known as average in every sense of the word. Temperatures on Renforra are kept quite constant due to the dense atmosphere. The climate is very stable, resulting from an even distribution of factors. Polar caps, water-cycle, and vegetation exist in constant relation to each other, causing little or no changes at all. Therefore scientists have always used Renforra as a standard to compare data to. Only Stonlas Exodeen, the rapids near one shallow part of the ocean encompassing the equator, is unique. A very large mass of water is being forced through a relatively small gap in the underlying rock formations. These rapids are non-traversable, as some currents flow down through tunnels, dragging everything down with them.