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(covers information from several alternate timelines)
In the Federation standard system of planetary classification, some barely habitable planets, planetoids, and moons were classified as class L. A class L planet had an oxygen/argon atmosphere. A class L planet contained vegetation, but no animal life. (VOY: "The 37's")
A riddle presented by Neelix to Tuvok in 2376 contained the story of "a lone Ensign finds himself stranded on a class L planetoid with no rations. His only possession, a calendar. When Starfleet finds him twelve months later, he's in perfect health. Why didn't he starve to death?". Tuvok suggested that such a planetoid might contain hot water springs. (VOY: "Riddles")
B'Elanna Torres crash-landed the Delta Flyer on a class L planet in 2376 and was stranded there for several days, but Harry Kim finally showed up with the part she needed to contact Voyager again. This planet appeared somewhat atypical of a class L planet as it contained at least one region that supported lush vegetation and even a pre-warp civilization known as Kelis' species. It also produced rain and contained several landmasses and oceans or seas. Little was seen of the planet's surface, so perhaps the remainder of the planet was far less hospitable and more standard for a class L planet. (VOY: "Muse")
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