The Wumpa Beach is known as the most popular tourist hotspot in N. Sanity.
About 100 million years ago, some cavemen travelled to the mysterious island, called N. Sanity, to hunt for rare species of animals for food, and fresh water to drink. The cavemen, travelled by swimming, landed on a beach which is now known as Wumpa Island Beach. They discovered fish, and crabs. The cavemen also lived there for the rest of their lives, but when the Ice Age struck N. Sanity, the cavemen were no more, and came the neanderthals. Neanderthals are like cavemen, but only more intelligent and helpful. The neanderthals named the whole beach Nicoland, which came from 'nice' and 'land'. They also gave the specific fishes names, such as sariakarcharia, which is 'piranhas' today. These neanderthals died out 1.2 million years ago, and now comes the homo sapiens, which are us, humans. This, around 100-50 years ago, is when human started coming to N. Sanity to find food and watch the view. The Wumpa Beach was named after a human that discovered the beautifully, and crunchy fruit that grows on the island, which were called 'Wuma' by the neanderthals and cavemen. Wumas, which were renamed as 'Wumpas' later on, were also grew to make new types of Wumas. A discovery shocked us all, Wumas with white flesh. Wumas have purple flesh, but now there are white ones. Wumas are so extraordinary, and so common around the beach, instead of Nicoland, the humans renamed it Wuma Beach. The glorious scenery made them change their mind, and put a 'p' in 'Wuma'. The 'p' stands for 'pretty view'. During the 1920s, a few humans brought their domestic animals in, and breed with the rare animals living in the island. The breeding was so intense that bandicoots arrived to the island by other people from other countries. The population of N. Sanity was about 5000 back then, but now only around 500-550, as they realised that there are evil, crazy humans living on the island in 1998. So they went back, never to be coming back again. The island was so remote, that only a part of it was fuming with tribesmen, a new type of human. In 1999, the bandicoots were born, and living until now. And so far, around 1000 humans are on the island. Some say 2000, some say even 5000, the same as in 1920.