Sangre

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Sangre
Created by Norman Spinrad
Type terrestrial planet
First appearance The Men in the Jungle (1967 (1967))

Sangre, which means "Blood" in Spanish, is the fictional Earth-like planet ruled by a sadistic cannibal elite, The Brotherhood of Pain in science fiction New Wave author Norman Spinrad's 1967 novel of violent revolution The Men in the Jungle. Sangre has a population of 15 million humans, most of whom are descendants of captives taken when the Brotherhood of Pain raided the now Lost Colony of Eureka, and a native population of semi-intelligent insects.

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