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Africa during the New Pleistocene has gotten drier and colder. Many animals are still alive today, and many from Africa migrated to Europe and Asia.

African SavannahEdit

A savannah covering a majority of Africa. Many species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates native to Africa are still alive today.

MammalsEdit

  • African Lion - A species of big cat with yellowish-tan fur and a mane. It is the most sociable of felines and the ancestor of all lion descendants.
  • African Wolf - A subspecies of gray wolf that migrated to Africa from Asia. It has now became rivals to African painted dogs. It is the second largest subspecies of gray wolf.
  • African Painted Dog - A species of wild dog (also known as African hunting dogs or African wild dogs) that is found in African Savannas.
  • Serval - A small cat with spots that has longer legs and bigger ears than domestic cats. Same species alive today.
  • Jackal - A small coyote-like wild dog that is widespread across Africa, Europe, and Asia. Same species alive today.
  • Springhare - A small kangaroo-like rodent native to Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Porcupine - A large rodent with spines as protection against predators (including lions, tigers, bears, raptors, and other carnivores). Same species alive today.
  • Fish-Eater - Man brought this animal from man after man universe. They feed on fish, hence their name. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Common Leopard - A species of big cat, that is found throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe.
  • African Giant Leopard - Despite its name, it actually evolved from jaguars that escaped from African zoos. They are bigger rivals to leopards. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Australopithopanus - Descended from bonobos that now walks upright on its back legs. It resembles a long-extinct Australopithecus in size, appearance, niche, locomotion, and diet, hence its name.
  • Pan Boisei - Descended from bonobos that now walks upright on its back legs. It resembles a long-extinct Paranthropus Boisei in size, appearance, niche, locomotion, and diet, hence its name.
  • Plains Zebra - A species of zebra common on grasslands.
  • Macaque - Many species of macaques are still present, even in the New Pleistocene. Many remained unchanged.
  • Baboon - Baboons are large semi-terrestrial monkeys that can be quite aggressive. Same species alive today.
  • Raboon - Raboons are terrestrial monkeys that are more theropod dinosaur-like in appearance than any other group of mammal. Their ancestors were brought from after man universe by humans. They are carnivores. They sometimes steal kills from lions. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Plains-Dweller - Man brought this animal from man after man universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Quagga Zebra - A subspecies of plains zebra, unlike it's relative it is brown, with stripes only on its upper torso. It is named because it resembles an extinct quagga.
  • African Wild Boar - Descended from wild boars that were introduced worldwide by humans. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Warthog - A species of wild pig native to Africa.
  • Savannah Meerkat - Evolved from meerkats that migrated north from South Africa to African Savannahs.
  • African Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to Africa. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • African Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Ghole - These animals are the most efficient scavengers on earth. It is a species of mongoose with its head and neck completely hairless, so they don't mess up their fur while they are scavenging. Their ancestors were brought from after man universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gigantelope - These antelopes have a similar niche to elephants, rhinos, and hippos. They were brought from after man universe by people. They are herbivores. They the largest mammals of Africa (along with elephants, deinotheres, and indricotheres). They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Rabbuck - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Rabbucks were brought from After Man universe. It is is a herbivore. There are about 339 species of African rabbucks, with species ranging from 3 feet long and 31 kilograms to 7 feet long and 651 pounds. Just like their ancestors from After Man, They can no longer breed fast like its relatives (rabbits), only as fast and often as large antelopes, to reduce a chance of rabbucks outcompeting zebras and antelopes to extinction. Rabbucks can sometimes migrate with zebras and wildebeests.
  • Savannah Camel - Descended from dromedary camels that now lives in African savannahs. They are 2 times heavier than modern camels.
  • Gemsbok - A large species of antelope, common in Africa.
  • African Hippopotamus - A large amphibious hoofed mammal closely related to the fully-aquatic whales. They are considered as the most dangerous animals of Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Brown Bear - Descended from brown bears that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are similar to the North American brown bear, but is slightly bigger and more aggressive.
  • African Black Bear - Descended from black bears that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • Stegodont - Descended from Stegodon that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Sion - Its ancestors escaped from Cenozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Nanditherium - Descended from tapirs that grew larger and more gompothere-like. They are herbivores.
  • African Cheetah - A large felid native to Africa, Asia and North America. It is the fastest land animal on Earth.
  • Hyena - A very large predatory mongoose relative. There are 4 species of hyenas, spotted hyenas, striped hyenas, brown hyenas, and aardwolves. They are the same species alive today.
  • Indricothere - Descended from Indricotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It is the largest land mammal on earth.
  • Common Eland - A large antelope, very common.
  • African Aardvark - A species of aardvark that lives in Africa. Same species alive today.
  • Arsinothere - Descended from Arsinotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Giraffe - A tall species of hoofed mammals.
  • African Bush Elephant - A large subspecies of African elephant found on the African Savannah.
  • African Elk - Descended from elk that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • African Moose - Descended from moose that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are less hairy than their ancestors.
  • African Mule Deer - Descended from mule deer that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African White-Tailed Deer - Descended from white-tailed deer that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • African Fallow Deer - Descended from fallow deer that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • African Cape Buffalo - A species of large bovid native to Africa.
  • African Herder Buffalo - Descended from a group of Cape buffaloes. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now migrate alongside some species of rabbucks, wildebeests, and zebras.
  • Entelodont - Descended from Entelodons that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It sometimes steal kills from lions.
  • African Water Buffalo - Descended from water buffaloes that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but with smaller horns and is slightly bigger.
  • African Bison - Evolved from bison that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are slightly bigger than their ancestors and have shorter fur than modern bison (since Africa is really hot). They sometimes can migrate with (some species of) rabbucks, buffaloes, wildebeests, and zebras.
  • Plains White Rhinoceros - A large subspecies of white rhinoceros found in the African savannah. It is descended from the southern white rhinoceros.
  • Black Rhinoceros - A large species of rhinoceros found in African savannahs. Same species alive today.
  • Migrator Rhinoceros - Descended from black rhinos. They are herbivores. They resemble a cross between a black rhino and a white rhino, but unlike any of these two rhinos, migrator rhinos can sometimes migrate alongside (some species of) rabbucks, buffaloes, bison, wildebeests, and zebras. Unlike other rhinos, they can see well and are peaceful to any herbivores (even buffaloes and elephants are kind to them).
  • Arad Elephant - Evolved from Asian elephants that migrated from India and Europe. It is the smallest elephant in Africa. It evolved longer legs and slightly larger ears.
  • Deinothere - Descended from Deinotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Tiger - A species evolved from tigers released in Africa, during the Holocene. It evolved a tannish-orange colored, with smaller stripes and a thinner body to get away from lions and rhinos easier.
  • African Common Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Knuckle-Walking Chalicothere - Descended from Chalicotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Wild Ass - A species of wild ass common in more arid parts of the savanna.
  • Brontothere - Descended from Embolotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It sometimes fight against rhinos for territory.
  • African Wild Horse - A subspecies of equus ferus, that evolved from domestic horses. It is mostly dark brown, with black and white legs. Like domestic horses it is ride-able.
  • Gompothere - Descended from gompotheres that escaped from cenozoic parks. There are about 49 species of gompotheres living in Africa today. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Glyptodont - There are 89 species of African glyptodonts. They are descended from glyptodonts that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Armoured Spike Tail - A sister group of African glyptodont. There are 80 species of armoured spike tail. The largest species can grow up to 17 meters and 10 tons.
  • African Ground Sloth - Descended from ground sloths that lives in Africa. There are 97 species of African ground sloths, ranging in size from the size of a wild boar to Megatherium sized ones. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Deathgleaner - These are the only predatory bats that hunt during the day. They were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe. They are carnivores that feed on small lizards, spinks, and smaller mammals.
  • Giant Hedgehog - Descended from hedgehogs that grew larger, about the size of a domestic pig. It is an omnivore. It is similar to (other than it is much larger than) its ancestors.
  • African Savannah Dwarves - A subspecies of homo ferus. Descended from homo Ferus that lives in African and shrank to lose less heat.
  • Savannah Elves - Descended from wood elves that were brought from another universe. They are more heat-tolerant than their ancestors.
  • African Jackalman - Descended from Michigan dogmen that escaped from universal zoos. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with jackal-like fur coloration.

Synapsids (Mammals-Like Reptiles)Edit

  • New Tapinocephalus - Descended from Tapinocephalus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors
  • Ennatosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Cotylorhynchus - Their ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Lystrosaurus - Descended from Lystrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Dicynodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Diictodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Moschops - Descended from Moschops that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Estemmenosuchus - Descended from Estemmenosuchus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Styracocephalus - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tritylodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Oligokyphus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Thrinaxodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Cynognathus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • African Ostrich - A large flightless bird that lives in grasslands and savannahs of Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Rhea - Descended from rheas that escaped from zoos or farms. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Neogargantuavis - Descended from Gargantuavis that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are mostly herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Neopatagopteryx - Descended from Patagopteryx that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. There are about 180 species of Neopatagopteryx, ranging from about the size of a chicken to about the size of an emu. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Emeus - Descended from genetically engineered Emeus that were released to Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar (other than they're faster and more alert than) to their ancestors.
  • African Emu - Descended from emus that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors that originated from Australia.
  • Giant African Kakapo - Descended from genetically modified kakapos that were released to Africa. They are herbivores. They are six times bigger than their ancestors. They resemble their ancestors, but with long rhea-like legs to escape from their predators. Their wings shrank and became completely useless.
  • African Kiwi - Descended from genetically moddified kiwis that were released to Africa. They are insectivores. There are about 29 species of African kiwis, ranging from about the size of a New Zealand kiwi to about the size of a cassowary. They are similar to (but faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Talpanas - Descended from genetically moddified Talpanas that were released to Africa. There are about 21 species of African Talpanas, ranging in size from the size of a duck to turkey sized ones. They are omnivores that feeds on grass, fruit, insects, and worms. They are similar to (other than it is faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Moa - Man has modified Moas and other birds so they could survive with many mammal predators around them. They are similar to New Zealand Moas, but are faster and more alert than their ancestors. They are herbivores.
  • African Plains Gastornis - Descended from genetically altered Gastornis that lives in savannahs and grasslands of Africa. They are herbivores that feeds on leaves, fruit, nuts, and vegetables that are native to their habitats. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now run faster and is more alert than other Gastornises.
  • African Solitaire - Descended from genetically engineered Rodrigues Solitaires that were released to Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Natunaornis - Descended from genetically moddified Natunaornis that lives in Africa. They are mostly herbivores. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Field Dodo - Descended from dodos that roam in grasslands and savannahs of Africa. They are herbivores. Unlike their ancestors, they are social animals that lives in large flocks up to about 160 members in a single group. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Genyornis - Descended from genetically modified Genyornis that roams African grasslands and savannahs. They are omnivores that feeds on leaves, fruit, grass, insects, fish, and carrion. Other than that they are faster and more alert than their ancestors, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Dromornis - Descended from genetically engineered Dromornis that were released to Africa. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, insects, fish, and carrion. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Elephant Bird - Descended from genetically modified elephant birds that lives in grasslands and savannahs of Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • False Terror Bird - Descended from genetically engineered Titanis that lives in savannahs and grasslands in Africa. Unlike their ancestors that were carnivorous, the false terror birds are herbivores, feeding on leaves, fruit,  and grass. They are similar (other than their diet) to their ancestors.
  • Runner Bird - Descended from genetically moddified Hoatzins that were released to Africa. Unlike any other birds in earth's history, they walk on all four legs. Its wings became front legs with three clawed toes, so rather than flying, it can escape from predators by running away from danger. They are bigger than their ancestors, about the size of a domestic sheep.
  • Giganis - Descended from titanises that escaped cenozoic zoos. 12 Feet tall and 350 Kilograms. Unlike most other terror birds who live in this region Giganis bites into their prey with massive bite force. Bitting in the windpipe. They can prey on animals smaller than themselves such as small dinosaurs, other flightless birds, zebras, horses, buffaloes, bison, camels, and other animals. Giganises are the only predators that can crack small glyptodont shells.
  • Sauropod Bird - Descended from genetically altered Phorusrhacos that roams in African savannahs and grasslands. Unlike their carnivorous ancestors, they are herbivores that feed on leaves and fruit. They are named because of their feeding habits and they're peaceful in nature. They are similar (other than their diet) to their ancestors.
  • Herbivoravis - Its name means "plant-eating bird". It is descended from genetically altered Paraphysornis that roam Afican grasslands and savannahs. Unlike their ancestors, they are herbivores that feed only on fruit, nuts, roots, and tubers, hence their name " Herbivoravis". They are similar (other than their diet) to their ancestors.
  • Terron - Descended from Llallawavis that escaped cenozoic parks. These predators are the largest of pack hunting terror birds they even outcompeted other pack hunting animals in some areas. 10 feet tall and 230 kilograms.
  • African Giant Moa-Nalo - Descended from genetically engineered Moa-Nalos that now roam grasslands and savannahs of Africa. They are herbivores. They are about two times bigger than an emu. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • New Paraphysornis - The natural predator of herbivoravis (Yep it's a coincidence). These monster birds have been also seen to attack gigantelope with mob attacks (But it's only with the gigantelope that they hunt with others). 15 Feet tall and 1.4 tons.
  • Spink - This mole-like bird lives in dry parts of Africa. Its ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe. They are herbivores that feeds on roots, tuber, seeds, and grass, they find them by digging with their spade-like wings. Unlike any other birds (which only build nests to lay their eggs), spinks spend most of their life in nests and tunnels during daytime (due to daytime predators), but comes out at night to mate or feed on some seeds and grass. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Armadillo Bird - Descended from genetically altered Paraphysornis that roam Africa's savannahs and grasslands. They are herbivores. Unlike their ancestors, the feathers on their back and their sides were fused to become thick layer of armor to protect themselves against predators such as Paraphysornis, wolves, wild dogs, lions, terror birds, and other carnivores. They are similar to (other than they now have protective armor, they are faster, and they are more alert than) their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Phoboraptor - 5 meters and 443 Kilograms. The top pack hunters. capable of taking down the Arad elephant. Descended from escaped raptors.
  • Nanoraptor - A solitary hunter. It is a small theropod that is about 1 foot long and 4 pounds. It is a smallest terrestrial (non-aboreal) raptor.
  • Deinoraptor - A solitary predator. Descended from escaped raptors. 6 meters and 700 Kilograms.
  • Struthiomimosaurus - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 37 species of Struthiomimosaurus. They are omnivores, feeding on berries, leaves, shrubs, grass, insects, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Neoviraptor - Descended from Oviraptorids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 93 species of Neoviraptors. They are omnivores, feeding on fruit, shrubs, nuts, seeds, roots, tuber, grass, insects, crabs, fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs (especially ostrich eggs). It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Insectovorosaurus - Descended from Mononykus or its relatives that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are about 51 species of Insectovorosaurus alive today. They are insectivores, hence their name. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Iguanodont - Descended from Iguanodon and its relatives that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 193 species of Iguanodonts alive in Africa today. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Pachyrhinosaurus - Descended from Pachyrhinosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Einiosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Centrosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Styracosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Drakosaurus - Descended from Troodons that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a pack hunting carnivore that can hunt deer, antelopes, chalicotheres, brontotheres, zebras, wild horses, and sometimes tapirs that sometimes accidentally move out of rainforests. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jirabrontosaurus - Descended from Apatosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Regilaraptor - Descended from dromaeosaurs that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is smaller than Phoboraptor, about 2.5 feet long and weighing 38 kilograms.
  • African Therizinosaur - There are 159 species of African Therizinosaurs. They are herbivores. They are similar to many other Therizinosaurs.
  • Tyrannoraptor - Convergent with tyrannosaurs. Because of the diversity of armored prey. They evolved from troodonts or raptors. 6 meters and 1 ton.
  • Giga Iguana - Descended from iguanas that escaped from pet stores and zoos. They are herbivores. They are larger (about 25 feet long and more than 2 tons) than, but otherwise similar to their ancestors. They are larger due to competition from its predators.
  • Giant Fury - Descended from night furies that became flightless and slightly larger. They are now completely terrestrial and scavenging reptiles. They are lazier and are browner in color than their ancestors.

Net-NavisEdit

  • Bass.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Bass.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Bass.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have darkness, Aura powers, and are almost invincible, having many powers and are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items they need in order to survive) or want. They are nocturnal, as they can blend in the dark to hunt deer, ibex, wild sheep, and other animals. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games.
  • Megaman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Megaman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Megaman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive). They are mostly diurnal, but can be nocturnal to keep an eye out for their only natural predators, Bass.EXEs and Elecman.EXEs. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are peaceful, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime, but can fight back if threatened.
  • Protoman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Protoman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Protoman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers, and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Elecman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Elecman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Elecman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have electric powers, and are very strong, having many powers and are almost impossible to avoid, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.

Congolese ForestEdit

The forests of the Congo, house unique animals found almost nowhere else on earth.

MammalsEdit

  • African Forest Elephant - A subspecies of African elephant, found in forested areas. Same species alive today.
  • Saber-Tooth Lion - Descended from a group of African lions that evolved saber teeth, similar to (but is not) a smilodon, but with a lion-like tail and mane.
  • Giant Civet - Also known as Viverra Leakeyi, it is the largest mongoose species, about the size of a large leopard. It is a carnviore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to Africa. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • African Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Bear-Weasel - Descended from Ekorus that escaped from Cenozoic parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Gorilla - A large, plant eating ape, closely related to chimpanzees and (the no-longer existing) humans. Same species alive today.
  • Slothman - Man brought this animal from man after man universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Jungle Zebra - Descended from plains zebras that now lives in jungles. They resemble plains zebra, but with brown and white stripes, not black and white stripes.
  • Okapi - A species of giraffid. They are not as commonly found as modern okapi, as they are declining. Same species alive today.
  • Chimpanzee - An ape that is related to gorillas, bonobos, and the now-extinct earth humans (homo sapiens). Same species alive today.
  • Bonobo - A species of chimpanzee-like ape. Same species alive today.
  • Tropical Forest-Dweller - Man brought this animal from man after man universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Bongo - A species of large antelope. Same species alive today.
  • African Peccary - Descended from peccaries that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Duiker - A small group of antelopes native to Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Leopard - A species of big cat with spots, related to jaguars. Same species alive today.
  • Pygmy White Rhino - Descended from a species of white rhinos that now resembles the Sumatran rhino.
  • Pygmy Black Rhino - Descended from a group of black rhinos that now resembles the Javan rhino.
  • Red River Hog - A species of wild pig native to Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Tapir - Descended from tapirs that migrated from Asia to Africa. It resembles a mountain tapir, but some species are bigger than any other tapirs, about the size of a cow, making them the biggest tapirs that has ever evolved.
  • African Beaver - Descended from nutria (rodents) that were introduced to Africa by humans, despite their name. They have a similar niche to beavers and are similar in appearance, diet, and size to American and European beavers.
  • African Rattleback - Descended from rattlebacks from the Future Is Wild universe that were introduced to Africa by humans. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pygmy Hippopotamus - A species of small hippo that is related to a much larger common hippopotamus. It is much less aggressive than their larger relatives. They are herbivores. Same species alive today.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)Edit

  • New Tapinocephalus - Descended from Tapinocephalus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors
  • Ennatosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Cotylorhynchus - Their ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Lystrosaurus - Descended from Lystrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Dicynodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Diictodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Moschops - Descended from Moschops that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Estemmenosuchus - Descended from Estemmenosuchus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Styracocephalus - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tritylodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Oligokyphus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Thrinaxodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Cynognathus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • Cassowary Ostrich - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered cross species genetics, so humans made their own animals out of different animals that are closely related (examples: Armadillo/Anteater hybrid, Crocodile/Alligator hybrid, etc.) Cassowary Ostriches resemble an ostrich, but with a cassowary's bony helmet and claws. They also have blue head and necks like a cassowary, but have ostrich's feather and leg coloration. They are herbivores, feeding on berries, leaves, ferns, cycads, and grass.
  • Spitfire Bird - The spitfire bird is a poisonous flutterbird that originally lived in the Antarctic Tropical Rainforest in The Future Is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans after introducing spitfire trees. It has developed a truly impressive defensive strategy against enemies. The spitfire bird is slightly bigger than the roachcutter, with bright orange flashes on its wings, and can often be seen hovering in front of a spitfire tree. It dips its head repeatedly into the flower from which it appears to be feeding. Suddenly, there may be a hum and flutter as the other residents of the forest canopy flee an approaching predator. But rather than darting away to safety, this bird faces the danger. As the predator draws near, the spitfire bird will lower its head. Then, at the last possible moment, it sprays a hot, corrosive acid from its nostrils. This defense strategy works very well against attacking hunters like falconflies, wild cats, and other predators. The spitfire bird does not actually feed from the spitfire tree flowers, but gather chemicals from them. Like its cousin the roachcutter, the spitfire bird actually feeds on small arthropods. The flowers it is particularly interested in are always that of the spitfire tree. The male and female of this type of tree produce different chemicals. Both are harvested by the spitfire bird and stored in a compartment of its throat, known as the crop. When faced with danger, the bird releases the chemicals, mixing them in a chamber in its nasal cavity and adding an enzyme from a gland in its skull. The enzyme unbinds the chemicals, which react violently with each other to produce the corrosive acid. The spitfire tree also benefits from the spitfire bird's plundering of its resources. As it hovers between the male and female trees, dipping its beak into their flowers, the bird aids pollination. The closely related false spitfire bird mimics the appearance of a true spitfire bird to protect itself from attackers. However, a spitfire bird can sometimes be fooled by a gang of four spitfire beetles pretending to be a spitfire tree flower. This sometimes works for the beetles and other predators, because spitfire birds only visit the spitfire tree flowers when they run out of chemicals.
  • False Spitfire Bird - The false spitfire bird is a docile flutterbird that was originally native to the Antarctic Tropical Rainforest of 100 million AD in The Future is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans. The false spitfire bird uses an altogether more passive but no less effective form of defense than the spitfire bird. In appearance, it is almost identical to the spitfire bird. Unlike the spitfire bird, however, the false spitfire bird is harmless. The false spitfire bird avoids danger by mimicking the appearance of its more dangerous cousin, the spitfire bird, perfecting its disguise down to the orange flashes on its wings. This phenomenon is known as Batesian mimicry, where one species imitates the appearance of another to benefit from its attributes without actually possessing the attributes itself. This usage of mimicry can keep a false spitfire bird safe from predators like falconflies and other hunters.
  • Roachcutter - The roachcutter is a small, purple, typical flutterbird that was native to the Antarctic Tropical Rainforest in The Future is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans. It is the most agile and maneuverable of the flutterbirds, so fast it can even snatch insects off a branch in flight. About the size of a house sparrow (the ancestor of a sparrow that also lives in African rainforests), the roachcutter's wings have a high aspect ratio, meaning that they are short and broad, perfect for making tight turns. Feather tips are splayed out like fingers to manipulate the passage of air and increase maneuverability. The bird's eyes make it easy to distinguish from other flutterbirds, they are mounted on turrets. With its small size and short wings, the roachcutter can hover like a Eurasian blue tit, scanning tree trunks for small insects with its turreted eyes. Its beak is extremely tough, able to crush the hard exoskeletons of the insects on which it feeds. Even though it is adapted for slow navigation of tight spaces, the roachcutter is capable of reaching high speeds. At the sound of an approaching predator, it adjusts the angle of its wings and darts away between the trees. Speed and agility are good methods of defense. Predators of the roachcutter include falconflies and agile small wild cats, which can spear them in midair.
  • African Cassowary - Descended from cassowaries that escaped from zoos. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Tropical Gastornis - Descended from genetically engineered Gastornis that lives in rainforests of Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Rainforest Dodo - Descended from genetically modified dodos that roams in African rainforests. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Giant crocodile - One of The largest crocodile on earth. Descended from deinosuchus.
  • Ginormous crocodile - It is the same size as the giant crocodile. Descended from the purussaurus.
  • Speed Stinger - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragons cannot fly, but they can travel across land and water, even without swimming. They have a stinger at their tail tip that are full of non-dangerous toxins that paralyzes their prey including some dragon species, wild boars, wolves, deer, monkeys, ramus, liyotes, rheas, tapirs, small dinosaurs, and rarely Bass.EXEs, but young speed stinger's toxins aren't fully developed, so their toxins only paralyzes parts of the body they targeted, so young speed stinger only prey on insects, fish, smaller dragons, small dinosaurs, small lizards, small mammals, and eggs of other animals. It is the only dragon species found in both Europe and Africa, and is the only dragon that lives in African rainforests and swamplands.
  • Africanodontus - Descended from Borealosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Mokele-mbembe - Descended from Apatosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Africaceratops - Descended from Pachyrhinosaurus/Triceratops hybrids that were released by humans in the Late Holocene. They are herbivores. They resemble a Triceratops, but with Pachyrhinosaurus nose horn rather than Triceratops nose horn, they have their horns that curved slightly more downward than that of Triceratops.
  • Parasaur - Descended from Parasaurolophus that escaped from dinosaur park. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

AmphibiansEdit

  • New Prionosuchus - Descended from Prionosuchus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Koolasuchus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

FishEdit

  • Forest Flish - Flying, air-breathing, bird-like fish. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

InvertebratesEdit

  • Megasquid - A terrastrial air-breathing cephalopod that eats smaller organisms. It is part of a group of land-living cephalopods called tetrasquids. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are omnivores that feed on fruit, flishes, smaller tetrasquids, insects, small dinosaurs, small speed stingers, birds, monkeys, and apes (except gorillas as they are too big to be eaten by megasquids). They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Squibbon - An agile, tree-climbing, terrastrial, tetrasquid-grouped cephalopod. Just like megasquids, squibbons were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are omnivores that feed on fruit, leaves, flishes, small lizards, small birds, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Falconfly - The falconfly is a large, predatory ammophiline sphecid that once inhabited the Antarctic Tropical Rainforests from The Future Is Wild universe, but were brought here by humans. It is one of the multiple species of large wasps of Africa as big as birds of prey that make light work of killing flutterbirds, sparrows, swallows, and other species of small flying birds (no other animals). When a falconfly sees an unwary prey, such as a flutterbird, it dives to the attack. The hooked legs seize the bird, grasping its body through its feathers, and the second pair of legs lance like a harpoon deep into its internal organs (as well as using a venomous sting). With a squawk and a flurry of feathers, the two tumble through the branches and undergrowth and crash to the ground. There, the falconfly rips the victim to pieces with its powerful jaws. Such favored prey includes roachcutters. Sometimes, this giant insect had a family to feed. A mother falconfly has three or four burrows scattered across the rainforest, each one containing a single developing larva, being 15-centimeter-long maggots (if they were in the same nest, they would cannibalize each other). Insects have always had several strategies for reproduction: some lay vast numbers of eggs, of which only a few survive; while others lay very few eggs but take special measures to ensure a high rate of survival. The falconfly pursues the latter course. A mother knows exactly where each of her larvae are hidden by memorizing familiar landmarks. She butchers the killed prey animal and shares out the body parts (such as the lumps of meat from a flutterbird) among her family. Not all native African rainforest birds are helpless against a falconfly. Spitfire birds can protect themselves by spraying hot acid at an attacking falconfly, driving the wasp away. At times, a falconfly might be fooled by the mimicked appearance of a false spitfire bird, believing it to be a true spitfire and wants to avoid the spray of hot acid
  • Spitfire Beetle - The spitfire beetle is a predatory beetle that once lived in the Antarctic Tropical Rainforest, 100 Million AD, from The Future Is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans after spitfire trees were imported here as well. The falconfly is not the only insect enemy of flutterbirds. The high oxygen concentration of the atmosphere has meant that insects are taking over from vertebrates as the dominant terrestrial animals in some parts of the African rainforests. There are others, large and deadly, who are making the most of their time at the top of the food chain. The spitfire beetle is one such insect inheritor of Earth. Apart from their bright red and yellow coloring, spitfire beetles resemble a typical Quaternary beetle, with a head, thorax, diaphanous underwings and elytra (hard forewings). Individually, they are unremarkable. Collectively, they are capable of an ingenious form of ambush hunting. The carnivorous spitfire beetles spend most of their lives in groups of four. They position themselves on the trunk of a spitfire tree, standing head to head in a cross formation. Spreading their wings, they are suddenly almost indistinguishable from the flowers of the tree itself. In this formation, the heads and thoraxes look like the flower's center, the antennae resemble the stamens, and the brightly-colored elytra the petals. Motionless, the spitfire beetles wait, mimicking the flowers of the spitfire tree. Their intended prey is a spitfire bird, which can be hovering about the tree and collecting chemicals. As it moves in, the beetles leap into action, seizing the bird before it can bring its defenses into play. Grasshopper-like hind legs propel the attack and strong jaws and grappling-hooked claws on the forelegs crunch into the bird's body. The carcass of the dead spitfire bird is then eaten by all four spitfire beetles. In this method, the beetles can avoid the spitfire bird's defensive spray of hot acid. While such cooperation mimicry was not common in previous times, it was known. The larvae of the tortoise beetle exhibited similar behavior. These disk-shaped grubs would remain in clusters after hatching and react synchronously to anything which approached them by moving the tips of their tails upwards and mimicking the shape of a large spider. As the larvae's only predators were spiders, this proved an extremely effective form of defense and became an evolutionary success. A similar action has been performed by blister beetle larvae. At the end of the spitfire tree's flowering season, when there is nothing more to tempt the spitfire birds, the colonies of beetles disband and disperse, looking for mates. After mating, the male beetle dies. The pregnant female flies around among the spitfire trees, laying clutches of four eggs beneath their bark. Having laid all her eggs, she too dies. The following spring, when the eggs hatch into the four individuals that form the flower imitators, the spitfire beetles will once again lie in ambush for a roving spitfire bird.

PlantsEdit

  • Native Plants - Almost all species of native rainforest plants are still alive, even in the New Pleistocene. Many are the same species alive today.
  • Lichen Tree - It is a medium-sized, treelike form of lichen. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Spitfire Tree - A toxic tree that originated from The Future Is Wild universe, but were brought here by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.

Simple OrganismsEdit

  • Slithersucker - A predatory mycetozoan slime mold native to African rainforests. Its ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. The slithersucker lives in the lichen trees and is an efficient predator. At certain times of day, it oozes along a branch and dangles strands of itself below, forming a sticky curtain. A passing forest flish is easily trapped in the slithersucker's slimy net. Once the flish has been caught, the slithersucker slides off the branch and crashes to the forest floor. There, it secretes a digestive acid which slowly dissolves the helpless forest flish. At the same time, the nutrients from a slithersucker's catch will also provide the lichen trees with plentiful nutrients. In order to reproduce, a slithersucker will change its shape to look like a lichen tree fruit. And so it sits on a lichen tree branch and waits. If it waits long enough, it will be noticed by a megasquid and then devoured by the animal. The slithersucker has no intention of becoming anything else's meal, it is just simply hitching a ride on the megasquid. Some of its own cells will migrate to the megasquid's brain and almost take control of its mind in order to steer it in a particular direction. Other cells migrate up to the vocal sac and induce a headache that drives the megasquid insane. Then, unexpectedly, it makes the megasquid "sneeze" out gushy parts of the slithersucker out of pores in its vocal sac and onto trees within range. All these bits and pieces now blown out will develop into new slithersuckers. Once the slime mold has left its body, the megasquid just continues its life in the seemingly endless forest. It is similar to its ancestors from the Future Is Wild universe.

Net-NavisEdit

  • Bass.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Bass.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Bass.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have darkness, Aura powers, and are almost invincible, having many powers and are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items they need in order to survive) or want. They are nocturnal, as they can blend in the dark to hunt deer, ibex, wild sheep, and other animals. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games.
  • Megaman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Megaman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Megaman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive). They are mostly diurnal, but can be nocturnal to keep an eye out for their only natural predators, Bass.EXEs and Elecman.EXEs. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are peaceful, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime, but can fight back if threatened.
  • Protoman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Protoman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Protoman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers, and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Elecman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Elecman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Elecman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have electric powers, and are very strong, having many powers and are almost impossible to avoid, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.

SwamplandsEdit

The swamplands still exist, even in the next Ice Age. Here is were the largest natural animals live.

MammalsEdit

  • African Lion - A species of big cat, with yellowish-tan fur. It is the most sociable of felines, and the ancestor of all lion descendants.
  • Rajang - A monster species from Monster Hunter universe that looks like a cross of an ape and Minotaur. But this one is ridiculously fast and powerful. Though not big. They can throw large trees (the largest trees they can pick up are about 30 feet tall or a little more). They can jump and curl into a ball homing in to foes. Can shoot a massive thunder beam. Can shoot 3 smaller thunder beams. They get their electricity by eating kirin (Alternatively they get them from khezu or lurkfish). They can create toratons graveyards (along with another "Monster that rivals elder dragons but aren't" called the deviljho)
  • African Jackalman - Descended from Michigan dogmen that escaped from universal zoos. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with a black-backed jackal-like coloration.
  • African Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to Africa. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • African Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Wolf - A subspecies of gray wolf that migrated to Africa from Asia. It has now became rivals to African painted dogs. It is the second largest subspecies of gray wolf.
  • African Painted Dog - A species of wild dog (also known as African hunting dogs or African wild dogs) that is found in African Savannas.
  • Serval - A small cat with spots that has longer legs and bigger ears than domestic cats. Same species alive today.
  • Jackal - A small coyote-like wild dog that is widespread across Africa, Europe, and Asia. Same species alive today.
  • Springhare - A small kangaroo-like rodent native to Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Porcupine - A large rodent with spines as protection against predators (including lions, tigers, bears, raptors, and other carnivores). Same species alive today.
  • Fish-Eater - Man brought this animal from man after man universe. They feed on fish, hence their name. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Common Leopard - A species of big cat, that is found throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe.
  • African Giant Leopard - Despite its name, it actually evolved from jaguars that escaped from African zoos. They are bigger rivals to leopards. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Plains Zebra - A species of zebra common on grasslands.
  • Swamp Zebra - Descended from zebras that adapted to live in swamps. They resemble a common zebra, but is black and dark brown, not black and white.
  • Macaque - Many species of macaques are still present, even in the New Pleistocene. Many remained unchanged.
  • Baboon - Baboons are large semi-terrestrial monkeys that can be quite aggressive. Same species alive today.
  • Raboon - Raboons are terrestrial monkeys that are more theropod dinosaur-like in appearance than any other group of mammal. Their ancestors were brought from after man universe by humans. They are carnivores. They sometimes steal kills from lions. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Plains-Dweller - Man brought this animal from man after man universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Quagga Zebra - A subspecies of plains zebra, unlike it's relative it is brown, with stripes only on its upper torso. It is named because it resembles an extinct quagga.
  • African Wild Boar - Descended from wild boars that were introduced worldwide by humans. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Warthog - A species of wild pig native to Africa.
  • Swamp Meerkat - Descended from meerkats that migrated north from South African deserts to African Swamplands.
  • Ghole - These animals are the most efficient scavengers on earth. It is a species of mongoose with its head and neck completely hairless, so they don't mess up their fur while they are scavenging. Their ancestors were brought from after man universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gigantelope - These antelopes have a similar niche to elephants, rhinos, and hippos. They were brought from after man universe by people. They are herbivores. They the largest mammals of Africa (along with elephants, deinotheres, and indricotheres). They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Rabbuck - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Rabbucks were brought from After Man universe. It is is a herbivore. There are about 339 species of African rabbucks, with species ranging from 3 feet long and 31 kilograms to 7 feet long and 651 pounds. Just like their ancestors from After Man, They can no longer breed fast like its relatives (rabbits), only as fast and often as large antelopes, to reduce a chance of rabbucks outcompeting zebras and antelopes to extinction. Rabbucks can sometimes migrate with zebras and wildebeests.
  • Swamp Camel - Descended from dromedary camels that now lives in African swamplands. They are 2 times heavier than modern camels.
  • Gemsbok - A large species of antelope, common in Africa.
  • African Hippopotamus - A large amphibious hoofed mammal closely related to the fully-aquatic whales. They are considered as the most dangerous animals of Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Brown Bear - Descended from brown bears that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are similar to the North American brown bear, but is slightly bigger and more aggressive.
  • African Black Bear - Descended from black bears that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • Stegodont - Descended from Stegodon that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Cheetah - A large felid native to Africa, Asia and North America. It is the fastest land animal on Earth.
  • Hyena - A very large predatory mongoose. Same species alive today.
  • Indricothere - Descended from Indricotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It is the largest land mammal on earth.
  • Common Eland - A large antelope, very common.
  • African Aardvark - A species of aardvark that lives in Africa. Same species alive today.
  • Arsinothere - Descended from Arsinotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Giraffe - A tall species of hoofed mammals.
  • African Bush Elephant - A large subspecies of African elephant found on the African Savannah.
  • African Elk - Descended from elk that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • African Moose - Descended from moose that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are less hairy than their ancestors.
  • African Mule Deer - Descended from mule deer that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African White-Tailed Deer - Descended from white-tailed deer that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • African Fallow Deer - Descended from fallow deer that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur.
  • African Cape Buffalo - A species of large bovid native to Africa.
  • Entelodont - Descended from Entelodons that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It sometimes steal kills from lions.
  • African Water Buffalo - Descended from water buffaloes that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but with smaller horns and is slightly bigger.
  • African Bison - Evolved from bison that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are slightly bigger than their ancestors and have shorter fur than modern bison (since Africa is really hot).
  • Plains White Rhinoceros - A large subspecies of white rhinoceros found in the African savannah. It is descended from the southern white rhinoceros.
  • Black Rhinoceros - A large species of rhinoceros found in African savannahs. Same species alive today.
  • Arad Elephant - Evolved from Asian elephants that migrated from India and Europe. It is the smallest elephant in Africa. It evolved longer legs and slightly larger ears.
  • Deinothere - Descended from Deinotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Tiger - A species evolved from tigers released in Africa, during the Holocene. It evolved a tannish-orange colored, with smaller stripes and a thinner body to get away from lions and rhinos easier.
  • African Common Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Knuckle-Walking Chalicothere - Descended from Chalicotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Brontothere - Descended from Embolotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It sometimes fight against rhinos for territory.
  • African Wild Horse - A subspecies of equus ferus, that evolved from domestic horses. It is mostly dark brown, with black and white legs. Like domestic horses it is ride-able.
  • Gompothere - Descended from gompotheres that escaped from cenozoic parks. There are about 49 species of gompotheres living in Africa today. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Glyptodont - There are 89 species of African glyptodonts. You can see giganises crack small glyptodont shells.
  • Armoured Spike Tail - A sister group of African glyptodont. There are 80 species of armoured spike tail. The largest species can grow up to 17 meters and 10 tons.
  • African Ground Sloth - Descended from ground sloths that lives in Africa. There are 97 species of African ground sloths, ranging in size from the size of a wild boar to Megatherium sized ones. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Deathgleaner - These are the only predatory bats that hunt during the day. They were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They are carnivores that feed on small lizards, spinks, and smaller mammals.
  • Giant Hedgehog - Descended from hedgehogs that grew larger, about the size of a domestic pig. It is an omnivore. It is similar to (other than it is much larger than) its ancestors.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)Edit

  • New Tapinocephalus - Descended from Tapinocephalus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors
  • Ennatosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Cotylorhynchus - Their ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Lystrosaurus - Descended from Lystrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Dicynodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Diictodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Moschops - Descended from Moschops that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Estemmenosuchus - Descended from Estemmenosuchus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Styracocephalus - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tritylodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Oligokyphus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Thrinaxodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Cynognathus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • African Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • African Ostrich - A large flightless bird that lives in grasslands and savannahs of Africa. Same species alive today
  • Distomornis - Descended from Archeopteryx that were genetically modified to live on the ground. They are carnivores that hunts insects, small reptiles, smaller birds, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter wings, longer legs, and is completely flightless, so it resembles a velociraptor and is also similar in size to a velociraptor, but has archeopteryx's feathers, has archeopteryx's coloration, and it lacks a sickle claw on its feet.
  • African Rhea - Descended from rheas that escaped from zoos or farms. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Neogargantuavis - Descended from Gargantuavis that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are mostly herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Neopatagopteryx - Descended from Patagopteryx that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. There are about 180 species of Neopatagopteryx, ranging from about the size of a chicken to about the size of an emu. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Emeus - Descended from genetically engineered Emeus that were released to Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar (other than they're faster and more alert than) to their ancestors.
  • African Emu - Descended from emus that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors that originated from Australia.
  • Giant African Kakapo - Descended from genetically modified kakapos that were released to Africa. They are herbivores. They are six times bigger than their ancestors. They resemble their ancestors, but with long rhea-like legs to escape from their predators. Their wings shrank and became completely useless.
  • African Kiwi - Descended from genetically moddified kiwis that were released to Africa. They are insectivores. There are about 29 species of African kiwis, ranging from about the size of a New Zealand kiwi to about the size of a cassowary. They are similar to (but faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Talpanas - Descended from genetically moddified Talpanas that were released to Africa. There are about 21 species of African Talpanas, ranging in size from the size of a duck to turkey sized ones. They are omnivores that feeds on grass, fruit, insects, and worms. They are similar to (other than it is faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • Giant Goose - Descended from geese that were introduced to Africa by humans. They are now flightless and are bigger, about the size of a sub-adult ostrich. They are herbivores. They roam in large flocks.
  • Titanosaur bird - Literally having any aspect when you think of a Titanosaur (I.e four legs. Long neck. Long tail). These are the largest birds. Their ancestors were genetically modified by humans to resemble a beaked and feathered version of a sauropod. At a weight of 50 tons and a length of 15 meters. Infact it has another name called True sauropod bird.
  • Swamp Plioavis - 12 tons and 12 meters. These creatures are extremely fast. Can even chase the native speedsters.
  • African Moa - Man has modified Moas and other birds so they could survive with many mammal predators around them. They are similar to New Zealand Moas, but are faster and more alert than their ancestors. They are herbivores.
  • African Plains Gastornis - Descended from genetically altered Gastornis that lives in savannahs and grasslands of Africa. They are herbivores that feeds on leaves, fruit, nuts, and vegetables that are native to their habitats. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now run faster and is more alert than other Gastornises.
  • African Solitaire - Descended from genetically engineered Rodrigues Solitaires that were released to Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Natunaornis - Descended from genetically moddified Natunaornis that lives in Africa. They are mostly herbivores. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Field Dodo - Descended from dodos that roam in grasslands, swamplands, and savannahs of Africa. They are herbivores. Unlike their ancestors, they are social animals that lives in large flocks up to about 160 members in a single group. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Genyornis - Descended from genetically modified Genyornis that roams African grasslands, swamplands, and savannahs. They are omnivores that feeds on leaves, fruit, grass, insects, fish, and carrion. Other than that they are faster and more alert than their ancestors, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Dromornis - Descended from genetically engineered Dromornis that were released to Africa. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, insects, fish, and carrion. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • African Elephant Bird - Descended from genetically modified elephant birds that lives in grasslands, swamplands, and savannahs of Africa. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they are faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • False Terror Bird - Descended from genetically engineered Titanis that lives in savannahs, swamplands, and grasslands in Africa. Unlike their ancestors that were carnivorous, the false terror birds are herbivores, feeding on leaves, fruit,  and grass. They are similar (other than their diet) to their ancestors.
  • Runner Bird - Descended from genetically moddified Hoatzins that were released to Africa. Unlike any other birds in earth's history, they walk on all four legs. Its wings became front legs with three clawed toes, so rather than flying, it can escape from predators by running away from danger. They are bigger than their ancestors, about the size of a domestic sheep.
  • Sauropod Bird - Descended from genetically altered Phorusrhacos that roams in African savannahs, swamplands, and grasslands. Unlike their carnivorous ancestors, they are herbivores that feed on leaves and fruit. They are named because of their feeding habits and they're peaceful in nature. They are similar (other than their diet) to their ancestors.
  • Herbivoravis - Its name means "plant-eating bird". It is descended from genetically altered Paraphysornis that roam Afican grasslands, swamplands, and savannahs. Unlike their ancestors, they are herbivores that feed only on fruit, nuts, roots, and tubers, hence their name " Herbivoravis". They are similar (other than their diet) to their ancestors.
  • African Giant Moa-Nalo - Descended from genetically engineered Moa-Nalos that now roam grasslands, swamplands, and savannahs of Africa. They are herbivores. They are about two times bigger than an emu. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • Armadillo Bird - Descended from genetically altered Paraphysornis that roam Africa's savannahs, swamplands, and grasslands. They are herbivores. Unlike their ancestors, the feathers on their back and their sides were fused to become thick layer of armor to protect themselves against predators such as Paraphysornis, wolves, wild dogs, lions, terror birds, and other carnivores. They are similar to (other than they now have protective armor, they are faster, and they are more alert than) their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Nile Crocodile - A gigantic African crocodile. Same species alive today.
  • Nile Monitor - A large African monitor lizard. Same species alive today.
  • Suchomimus - Other than it is much bigger than its ancestors (about the size of a T-Rex), it is basically the same thing.
  • Lake Pliosaur - The reason why Mosasaurs didn't get here was most likely because of the Pliosaurs. Ranging In size about 2 tons to 12 tons. They are greener than their ancestors.
  • Swampland Paracorythus - Descended from Parasaurolophus/Corythosaurus hybrids. They are herbivores. They resemble a Parasaurolophus, but with a wider and broader crest.
  • Swamp Dako - A descendent of Dakosaurus. 12 tons. The same thing (Other than that they are greener).
  • African Baryonyx - Descended from Baryonyx that lives in Africa. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Green Plesioth - A subspecies of plesioth and a piscine wyvern. Brought from the monster hunter universe. 20 tons. Can shoot water. It looks like a shark with legs. It can ambush in a similar way to crocodiles.
  • Four-Legged Theropod - Descended from aciedactylus. 12 tons. They hunt basically anything that is a fish that isn't bigger than itself even lurk fish. Because for some random reason it is immune to the lurkfish's electricity.
  • Kirin - They Are EXTREMELY RARE. Not because it's an endangered species. It's because it's one of elder dragons (Basically god-like dragons). It's more like a thunder unicorn. It has been seen one time to one shot groups of toratons (Though it happens more than 1 times, but it's extremely rare because Kirins are elusive). From the monster hunter universe. Also known as the phantom.
  • Ivory Lagiacrus - In the monster hunter universe. There is a common thing called "Subspecies". They can be from pallet swaps to literally subspecies. Ivory Lagiacrus spends more time on land than other Lagiacrus species. They can created massive amounts of electricity that it's almost ridiculous. Though not the one shot electricity though. Basically hunts lurkfish for days. 15 tons. Can also live in saltwater. Can summon thunder bugs. Can also hunt young toratons.
  • Abyssal Lagiacrus - The biggest and most aquatic of the Lagiacruses. 18 tons. These are rare species (Basically subspecies that rival elder dragons). These are THE most dangerous Creature in the depths of the swamplands. They can create whirlpools (Well normal Lagiacrus and Ivory can do that but it's much more bigger and much more dangerous). And can create shocks that travels a massive distance (But not kilometers). Fires huge thunder balls (And these can't stop until it hits something). Anything between its shock radius is dead. Hunts toratons (Another one of the creators who caused the toratons graveyard). Also Lives in the oceans and even the Mariana Trench.
  • Tanystropheus - A large, long-necked, fish-eating reptile. Nothing much is changed.
  • Suchosauroids - Descended from suchomimus that became quadrupedal, rather than bidpedal. It feeds only on fish and smaller reptiles. Other than their four-legged locomotion, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • River Elasmosaurus - As herring and enchodus Moved here. Plesiosaurs follow. The same thing (Other than that they are greener).
  • Lake Ichthy - Icthyosaurs are about as common as The speedsters and are as fast. There are 61 species of lake ichthys. They range in size from 300 pounds to 3 tons.
  • False Mosasaur - True mosasaurs never made it to Africa's lakes, so a group of megalanias became aquatic to fill its niche. They resemble a cross between a megalania and a tylosaurus. They are carnivores. Unlike true mosasaurs, they are semi-aquatic, are not fully terrestrial, and they still have to lay eggs on land. They are carnivores that feed on sharks, smaller aquatic reptiles, and small aquatic mammals.
  • Lake Speedster - Descended from polycotylids that moved to African swamplands. Very little has changed (other than that they are browner and greener).
  • Ouranosaurus - There are about 59 species of Ouranosaurus, ranging from Camptosaurus size to Edmontosaurus sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Speed Stinger - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragons cannot fly, but they can travel across land and water, even without swimming. They have a stinger at their tail tip that are full of non-dangerous toxins that paralyzes their prey including some dragon species, wild boars, wolves, deer, monkeys, ramus, liyotes, rheas, tapirs, small dinosaurs, and rarely Bass.EXEs, but young speed stinger's toxins aren't fully developed, so their toxins only paralyzes parts of the body they targeted, so young speed stinger only prey on insects, fish, smaller dragons, small dinosaurs, small lizards, small mammals, and eggs of other animals. It is the only dragon species found in both Europe and Africa, and is the only dragon that lives in African rainforests and swamplands.
  • Africanodontus - Descended from Borealosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Mokele-mbembe - Descended from Apatosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Africaceratops - Descended from Pachyrhinosaurus/Triceratops hybrids that were released by humans in the Late Holocene. They are herbivores. They resemble a Triceratops, but with Pachyrhinosaurus nose horn rather than Triceratops nose horn, they have their horns that curved slightly more downward than that of Triceratops.
  • Parasaur - Descended from Parasaurolophus that escaped from dinosaur park. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Phoboraptor - They can grow to about 5 meters and 443 Kilograms. They are top pack hunters, capable of taking down the Arad elephant. Descended from escaped raptors.
  • Nanoraptor - A solitary hunter. It is a small theropod that is about 1 foot long and 4 pounds. It is a smallest terrestrial (non-aboreal) raptor.
  • Deinoraptor - A solitary predator. Descended from escaped raptors. It is about 6 meters and 700 Kilograms.
  • Struthiomimosaurus - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 37 species of Struthiomimosaurus. They are omnivores, feeding on berries, leaves, shrubs, grass, insects, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Neoviraptor - Descended from Oviraptorids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 93 species of Neoviraptors. They are omnivores, feeding on fruit, shrubs, nuts, seeds, roots, tuber, grass, insects, crabs, fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs (especially ostrich eggs). It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Insectovorosaurus - Descended from Mononykus or its relatives that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are about 51 species of Insectovorosaurus alive today. They are insectivores, hence their name. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Iguanodont - Descended from Iguanodon and its relatives that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 193 species of Iguanodonts alive in Africa today. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Pachyrhinosaurus - Descended from Pachyrhinosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Einiosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Centrosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Styracosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Drakosaurus - Descended from Troodons that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a pack hunting carnivore that can hunt deer, antelopes, chalicotheres, brontotheres, zebras, wild horses, and sometimes tapirs that sometimes accidentally move out of rainforests. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jirabrontosaurus - Descended from Apatosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Regilaraptor - Descended from dromaeosaurs that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is smaller than Phoboraptor, about 2.5 feet long and weighing 38 kilograms.
  • African Therizinosaur - There are 159 species of African Therizinosaurs. They are herbivores. They are similar to many other Therizinosaurs.
  • Tyrannoraptor - Convergent with tyrannosaurs, because of the diversity of armored prey. They evolved from troodonts or raptors. 6 meters and 1 ton.
  • Giga Iguana - Descended from iguanas that escaped from pet stores and zoos. They are herbivores. They are larger (about 25 feet long and more than 2 tons) than, but otherwise similar to their ancestors. They are larger due to competition from its predators.
  • New spinosaurus - Visitors of new Pleistocene will usually go to the African swamp because of its spectacular fauna or just to drink water. The big 50 has already been decided. One of them is New spinosaurus. 15 meters and 23 tons. Hunts the huge fish. They now have a fin.
  • Ginormous crocodile - Both giant crocodile and ginormous crocodile live here. Although both are the same size and weight. They are a tad bit smaller (12 tons).
  • Carnivorodon - A major group of carnivorous ornithosichians that live here. Carnivorodon here weighs 3 tons.
  • Giant Herbidile - Descended from simosuchus that grew much bigger, about 9 meters and 3 tons. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they are bigger than) their ancestors.
  • Filter feeding crocodile - Descended from mourasuchus. The big trio of crocodiles have also been decided. 18 meters and 20 tons. Lives in groups.
  • Toraton - The largest natural land animal that has ever lived, even bigger than the biggest dinosaur. Its ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They are about 23 feet tall and weigh about 120 tons. The toraton is a cold-blooded reptile, so it does not face the problem of overheating that would confront a similarly-sized mammal. With a body weight of up to 120 tons, this is the biggest terrestrial animal ever to have walked Earth, bigger even than the greatest of the dinosaurs. Due to its sheer size, an adult toraton has no predators and no longer has any need for a shell. Small sections of the ancestral shell do still remain, however, forming an external support for the creature's muscles, which its feeble ribs and vertebrae alone cannot carry. In addition, the legs have moved from a sideways position in most other reptiles to underneath the animal to support like four great pillars as it walks along, just with a elephant's legs. Any animal bigger than a ton has to support itself with directly under its body, not out to the side, otherwise it would not have to strength to stand up. Once the toraton changed its gate to accommodate this, it could get bigger and bigger. The toraton eats constantly. A body this huge requires a large intake of food and the toraton consumes about 1,300 pounds (600 kilograms) of plant matter each day. Huge jaw muscles support a scissor-like beak which rips vegetation from the trees. The toraton does not chew, but grinds up its food in a big muscular stomach, or gizzard. The rear part of the digestive system is a gut where bacteria break down remaining plant matter. This digestive system allows the toraton to eat virtually any kind of vegetation. While most tortoises mate on top of each other, toratons do not because a female will not be able to support 120 tons on her back. They solve this problem by mating back to back. They back into each other, and face away from each other, during courtship and mating. Once the male and female are back to back, they both raise their tails to reveal their cloaca, and the two cloaca actually touch and that is when sperm is transferred from one to the other. Young toratons emerge from eggs so tough that the mother helps them out by cracking the shell with her beak. Before they graduate to eating true greens, hatchling toratons will often eat feces from the adults in order to acquire the essential microflora to digest their low-quality herbivorous diet. Youngsters are cared for by their parents for the first five years of their lives. With no predators big enough to threaten them, healthy toratons can live to the ripe old age of 120 years.

AmphibiansEdit

  • Ultraphibian - Descended from prionosuchus. They are about 12 tons. Unlike crocodiles, they Can chase prey.
  • Whalemander - Descended from genetically altered prionosuchus that filter-feeds, unlike natural prionosuchus. They feed on herrings, shrimps, and other tiny animals. Unlike their natural ancestors, they are gentle giants, with adults being 18 tons and having No natural predators.

FishEdit

  • Freshwater Otodontid - Weighing 18 tons. They hunt the filter feeders and juvenile toratons
  • African Rhizodus - 12 tons. Hunting even small crocodiles.
  • Lurkfish - Brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • River Great White - 2.5 tons. With massive competition. They became prey to even the Megacanth.
  • Giant African Salmon - Descended from atlantic salmon that grew bigger (about the size of a mako shark). They are similar to (other than they're bigger than) their ancestors.
  • Megacanth - Descended from mawsonia. Hunts slow but big prey (that is a lot smaller than itself). It is about 24 tons.
  • Giga Lungfish - Lobe finned fish are more dominant than in other continents. The giga lungfish weighs 20 tons.
  • African Lungfish - An air-breathing species of adaptable fish. Nothing much is changed from modern African lungfishes.
  • Ultrasaw - Unlike other sawfish, these are Macropredators. Chopping up smaller prey easily. 12 tons.
  • Freshwater Swordfish - Descended from swordfishes that went offshore. They are similar to other swordfish, but are browner in color and can now tolerate freshwater. Weighs 180 Kilograms.
  • River Anchovy - Descended from anchovies that were washed up from oceans to fresh waters. They adapted to the new freshwater enviroment. They eat small water insects, tiny fish, and water plants. They are similar to (other than they can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color than) their ancestors.
  • Freshwater Herring - Descended from herrings that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color.
  • Lake Tuna - Descended from tuna that were washed up into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but are browner & greener in color and can now tolerate freshwater.
  • Freshwater Tarpon - Descended from Atlantic Tarpon that were washed up into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color.
  • River Sardine - Descended from sardines that were washed up into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color.
  • African River Pompano - Descended from African pompanos that were washed out of seas and into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color.
  • Lake Pollack - Descended from pollacks that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color.
  • Freshwater Rockfish - Descended from blue rockfish that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are greener in color.
  • River Sheephead Wrasse - Descended from sheephead wrasses that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and is browner in color.
  • River Leopard Shark - Descended from leopard sharks that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are greener in color.
  • Lake Blacktip Shark - Descended from blacktip sharks that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color.
  • River Sandtiger Shark - Descended from sandtiger sharks that were washed into rivers and lakes. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are greener in color. Weighs 500 Kilograms.
  • Freshwater Whale Shark - Descended from whale sharks that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color. Although they weigh 15 tons bigger than their ancestors.
  • African piranha - Fair enough with deadly competition. Descended from South American piranhas that were released by humans as exotic pets and became invasive. They are completely scavengers. The African piranha is almost about the size of a man. They can have up to 420 members. But its natural predator is a Lurkfish.
  • Carchaqorax - Descended from squalicorax. The most efficient water scavenger. The size of a great white shark.
  • African River Nurse Shark - Descended from nurse sharks that were washed into lakes and rivers of Africa. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are greener in color. Weighs less than 40 Kilograms.
  • River Opah - Descended from opahs that were washed into lakes and rivers. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater and are browner in color. They are among the most common species of large size fish (that aren't prehistoric or were once fictional).

Net-NavisEdit

  • Bass.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Bass.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Bass.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have darkness, Aura powers, and are almost invincible, having many powers and are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items they need in order to survive) or want. They are nocturnal, as they can blend in the dark to hunt deer, ibex, wild sheep, and other animals. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games.
  • Megaman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Megaman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Megaman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive). They are mostly diurnal, but can be nocturnal to keep an eye out for their only natural predators, Bass.EXEs and Elecman.EXEs. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are peaceful, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime, but can fight back if threatened.
  • Protoman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Protoman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Protoman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers, and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Elecman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Elecman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Elecman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have electric powers, and are very strong, having many powers and are almost impossible to avoid, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.

Sahara DesertEdit

A harsh wasteland, where it is extremely hot (though not quite as hot as today's Sahara deserts due to an Ice Age). There are more animal species living in this deserts due to the plants that adapted to more arid climates such as some species of grass, bushes, shrubs, etc. allowing more biodiversity in the Sahara deserts.

MammalsEdit

  • Saharan Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanuses that spread to Sahara deserts because of dinosaurs and other species that migrated to Sahara deserts. They are the most carnivorous of all feral dylanus descendants, feeding mostly on eggs, insects, small reptiles, smalller mammals, carrion, and its main large prey items are oviraptorids such as citipatis, oviraptors, and young gigantoraptors (but not adult gigantoraptors as adult gigantoraptors are way too big to be hunted by saharan dylanuses), but it can also feed on fruit and (unlike its ancestors) leaves. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live for about 13 months without water and has a more slender-shaped body and slightly longer legs and arms due to the heat. They are slighly larger than their ancestors, about 6.9 feet tall, in order to hunt oviraptorid species (their main large prey items).
  • Dromedary Camel - A desert living species of camel. Same as today's species, although can now live longer without food and water, about 17 months.
  • African Two-Humped Camel - Descended from the introduced Bactrian camels that live in the Saharan deserts. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter fur due to the heat. They share the ecological partnership with native dromedary camels.
  • African Llama - Descended from the introduced llamas that live in the Sahara deserts. They are herbivores like all camelids and relatives. They resemble more like guanacos than their ancestors, but with shorter fur due to the heat.
  • African Llamoid - Descended from the introduced alpacas that live in the Sahara deserts. They are herbivores like all camelids and relatives. They resemble more like vicuñas than their ancestors, but with shorter fur due to the heat.
  • Desert Runner - Man brought this animal from Man After Man universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Desert Leaper - Man brought this animal from After Man universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Fennec Fox - A small fox adapted to live in deserts. Same species alive today, other than they can now live without water for 12 months.
  • Sahara Desert Hedgehog - Descended from hedgehogs that adapted to live in deserts. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 16 months. They are also known to roll down hills in a ball to escape from danger.
  • Saharan Elephant - Descended from the African bush elephant that adapted to live in the Saharan desert. They are similar to their ancestors, but with slightly larger ears, longer eyelashes to see in sandstorms, are just as tameable as Asian elephants, and can live longer without water than their ancestors for about 2 years, due to their large size.
  • Sand Cat - A species of wild cat that is largely adapted to live in the Sahara deserts. They are carnivores. They are similar to their modern day ancestors, but can live longer without water, about 10 months.
  • Sahara Leopard - Descended from African leopards that adapted to live in deserts. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 11 months.
  • Sahara Jaguar - The biggest mammal predator of sahara deserts, almost about the size of a Siberian tiger (due to lack of competition from lions). Despite their name, they're actually descendants of African leopards that adapted to live in the Sahara deserts. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but lacks spots, so they have a lion-like fur color and pattern, and can also live without water for 13 months.
  • Sahara Gray Wolf - Descended from gray wolves that have spread from Asia into the deserts of Africa, including the Sahara deserts. They went to Sahara because of the eggs (yes, eggs are important in case if there's no water) and herbivores. They resemble a brownish-gray dingo with a wolf-like build, but like its ancestors, they can communicate by howling. They can live without water for 11 months.
  • Sahara Ground Squirrel - A small rat-sized ground squirrel that lives in dry deserts. They are omnivores. They can live without water for 11 months.
  • North African Porcupine - Descended from African crested porcupines that live in deserts. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 12 months.
  • Sahara Meerkat - Descenced from escaped meerkats. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now live without water much longer than their ancestors, for about 17 months.
  • Desert Springhare - Descended from springhares that lives in much drier habitats than their ancestors. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 12 months.
  • Saharan Jerboa - Descended from jerboas that adapted to live entirely in the Sahara deserts. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live much longer without water, about 11 months.
  • Sahara Deer - Descended from fallow deer that spread into the Sahara deserts due to more plants now being much more abundant in Sahara deserts than today, allowing more herbivores and other animals to live and thrive in the Sahara deserts. There are more than 95 species of Sahara deer. They range from the size of a gazelle to the size of an elk. Many species of Sahara deer can live without water for about 17 to 19 months.
  • Scimitar Oryx - Due to conservation, these antelopes have survived and are now very common in the Saharan deserts. They are herbivores. They are very similar to their ancestors, other than they can live without water for 19 months.
  • Addax - These antelopes were back from the brink of extinction due to special conservation. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, other than they can live longer without water for 17 months.
  • Saharan Eland - Descended from the common eland that adapted to live in Saharan desert. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with a larger hump on their shoulder areas to store fat and water so they can go longer without food and water. They can live without water for 12 months.
  • African Wild Ass - A species of wild donkey that is native to Africa. They are similar to today's species, but can live longer without water, living for about 16 months without water and are no longer hunted by the now-extinct homo sapiens, which explains why African wild asses are very common herbivores of the Sahara deserts in the New Pleistocene.
  • Sahara Wild Horse - Descended from feral horses that lives in deserts. They are herbivores. They are slightly smaller and more sandy-colored than their ancestors, they also have the ability to store water and fat in their bodies in order to survive in the desert. They can live without water for 18 months.
  • Deltatheridium - A species of metatherian mammal that originated from the cretaceous of Mongolia, but was brought back by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 11 months.
  • Sarahan Vampire - Descended from vampires that were brought from another universe through universe travel. Unlike their ancestors, they are now immune to sunlight in order to survive in the hot environment, so they are now daytime creatures. They no longer turn humans into vampires as there are no more modern humans. They are also the main predators of the Saharan dylanus, but they can occasionally hunt Saharan wild horses (if careful enough), African wild asses, camels (if careful enough), llamas, llamoids, deer (if careful enough), and desert leapers to supplement their diet.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)Edit

  • African Lystrosaurus - Descended from Lystrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now live without water for 13 months.
  • Diictodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • African Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now live for 12 months without water.
  • Thrinaxodon - Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors, but can now live without water for 13 months.
  • African Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors, but can now live without water for 11 months.

BirdsEdit

  • African Ostrich - A large flightless bird that lives in grasslands, savannahs, and deserts of Africa. Same species alive today.
  • African Emu - Descended from emus that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors that originated from Australia, but can live without water for 11 months.
  • African Burrowing Owl - Descended from burrowing owls that were released accidentally by humans. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 11 months, longer than their ancestors.
  • Saharan Moa - Descended from genetically-engineered moas that resembles a slender-shaped upland moa, but can survive without water for 11 months. They also have feathers to cool their bodies down in the hot days. They are more omnivorous than their ancestors, feeding on fruits, leaves, insects, small reptiles, and small mammals. They are about the size of a sub-adult South Island giant moa, making them the largest birds of the Sahara desert.

ReptilesEdit

  • Native Sahara Desert Reptiles - Almost all native reptiles from the Sahara deserts are still alive today, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • Ouranosaurus - There are about 59 species of Ouranosaurus, ranging from Camptosaurus size to Edmontosaurus sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They can live without water for 11 months.
  • Scutosaurus - Its ancestors escaped from Paleozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now live without water for 11 months.
  • African Psittacosaurus - Descended from feral Psittacosauruses that live in the saharan deserts. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 16 months and all known individuals of this species are sandy-coloured.
  • NeoProtoceratops - Descended from Protoceratops. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 11 months.
  • Prenocephale - This animal hasn't changed much, except it can live without water for 9 months. They are herbivores.
  • Homalocephale - A small flat-headed pachcephalosaurid. Nothing much is changed other than they can live without water for 11 months.
  • African Oviraptorids - Descended from 3 species of Oviraptorids, Oviraptors, Citipatis, and Gigantoraptors, that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 9 months. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, nuts, seeds, insects, and eggs from other animals. There are about 391 species of African Oviraptorids. They range from the size of a turkey to about twice the size of a Gigantoraptor. While the African oviraptorids that are descended from Oviraptors are aggressive, the African oviraptorids that are descended from Citipatis and even Gigantoraptors are peaceful animals.
  • Saurolophus - Nothing is changed, other than it can live without water for 11 months. It is a herbivore.
  • Olorotitan - A giant lambeosaurine hadrosaur dinosaur. Nothing much is changed other than they can live without water for 12 months.
  • Sand Mosasaur - Descended from mosasaurs that were genetically modified to live on land, rather than in water. They are similar to their ancestors, but now has monitor lizard-like legs instead of fins, has T-Rex-like teeth, and can live without water for 8 months. They are about the size of a Nile monitor lizard. They can use their paddle-like tail to swim through the sand to hunt for insects, smaller reptiles, and small mammals.
  • African Therizinosaurus - Descended from Therizinosaurus that lives in African deserts. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 2 years. Some of them prefer oasis part of deserts as they need to feed on leaves off of these trees. If one oasis is gone, they migrate through the desert to search for new oasis, while the ones that aren't dependent on oasis and instead feeds on conifers and Saharan palms will do very well even without oasis.
  • Saharan Saltasaur - Descended from Saltasaurus that lives in the Saharan desert. They are one of the main dispersers of the Saharan conifers, feeding on the leaves and (unknowingly) feeds on the seeds, as the seeds get eaten by this sauropod, the seeds in the dung then grows and spreads due to this species of sauropod. Saharan Saltasaurs are mainly browsing herbivores. They are mostly similar to their ancestors from Cretaceous South America, other than they can live without water for 2 years due to their large size.
  • Egyptian Diplodocus - Descended from Diplodocuses that live in Egyptian deserts, including the Saharan deserts. They are mainly herbivorous. They are similar to their ancestors, other than they have bison-like humps on their backs to store fat and water so they can live without food and water for 3 years. They also last without water for 3 years due to their large size.
  • African Velociraptor - Descended from velociraptors that lives in African deserts. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 12 months.
  • Sahara Troodon - Descended from troodons. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now more sandy in color and can live without water for 12 months.
  • Africophysis - Descended from Coelophysis that live in the saharan deserts. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can live without water for 17 months and are sandy-coloured.
  • Insectovorosaurus - Descended from Mononykus or its relatives that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are about 51 species of Insectovorosaurus alive today. They are insectivores, hence their name. Depending on a species, they range in size from Shuuvia size to Mononykus size ones. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tarbosaurus - A large, carnivorous tyrannosaurid. Almost nothing has been changed other than it can live without water for 7 months. Same size and is similar to its ancestors.
  • Sahara Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are more than 209 species of Sahara Ostrich Dinosaurs. They are omnivores, feeding on berries, leaves, shrubs, grass, insects, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs. It is similar to its ancestors, but can now live without water for 12 months.
  • Alioramus - A small, crested, carnivorous tyrannosaurid. Nothing much is changed other than it can live without water for 9 months.
  • Deinocheirus - A gigantic, herbivorous, therizinosaur-like ornithomimid. Nothing much is changed other than it can live without water for 2 years.
  • Tarchia - A species of desert-dwelling ankylosaur. Almost nothing has been changed other than it can live without water for 11 months. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Sand Wraith - A lesser-known HTTYD dragon species. It resembles a night fury, but is brownish in color and lives in deserts. They are more aggressive, dangerous, and violent than night furies.
  • Gigantoceratops - One of the largest ceratopsids on earth, about 58 feet long and 12 tons. Descended from protoceratops. They live in oasis and conifer part of the deserts. They are herbivores that feed on any kind of native desert plants, even if it's poisonous (the gigantoceratops are immune to all poisonous plants). They resemble a Triceratops without any kind of horns. They can also live without water longer than their smaller ancestors, about 2 years.
  • African Lizardmen - A species of reptilian humanoids. They're descended from Dinosauroids from another universe.

AmphibiansEdit

  • Native Sahara Desert Amphibians - Almost all native amphibians of the Sahara deserts are still alive today, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • Sahara Desert Toad - Descended from genetically altered Colorado desert toads that escaped from laboratories. They are carnivores. They are similar to the Colorado desert toads, but can live without water much longer, about 12 months.

InvertebratesEdit

  • Native Saharah Arthropods - Many of the native arachdids (including emperor scorpions, camel spiders, etc.) and insects (including desert wasps, weevils, fogstand beetles, scarab beetles, etc.) are still alive today, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • Eygyptian Giant Millipede - Descended from genetically-engineered arthropleuras that were brought to Eygypt by humans. They are similar to their ancestors and are the same size as their ancestors too (due to they were genetically altered to stay as large as Carboniforous arthropleuras), but is now drought-resistant, can now feed on desert plants, and can now live without water for 11 months.

PlantsEdit

  • Native Desert Plants - Almost all native species of plants of the Sahara deserts are still alive, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • Saharan Grass - Desended from some different species of grass that adapted to live in the harsh desert environment. They have thicker root systems to store water and can survive longer without water than most grasses (just like cactuses). They are one of the main reasons why there are now so many large animals in the Sahara desert.
  • Saharan Raspberry - Descended from raspberries that adapted to live in the desert. They resemble a modern raspberry, but with thicker roots and stems to store much more water and can survive for many years without water (just like cactuses). They also have larger fruits and is not poisonous. They are one of the main reasons why there are now so many large animals in the Sahara desert.
  • Saharan Reed - Descended from giant reeds that adapted to the desert environment. They have thicker and longer root systems and stems than their ancestors to store water and live for many years without water (just like cactuses). They are one of the main reasons why there are now so many large animals in the Sahara desert.
  • Saharan Ivy - Descended from English ivy that were introduced to Africa and adapted to the Sahara desert's environment. They have thicker and longer root systems and stems than their ancestors to store water and live for many years without water (just like cactuses). They are one of the main reasons why there are now so many large animals in the Sahara desert.
  • Saharan Shrub - Descended from an unknown species of shrub that adapted to the Sahara desert's environment. They have thicker and longer root systems and stems than their ancestors to store water and live for many years without water (just like cactuses). They are one of the main reasons why there are now so many large animals in the Sahara desert.
  • Saharan Broom - Descended from the Spanish broom plant that adapted to the desert environment of the Sahara. They have thicker and longer root systems and stems than their ancestors to store water and live for many years without water (just like cactuses). They are one of the main reasons why there are now so many large animals in the Sahara desert.
  • Saharan Palm - Descended from palm trees that adapted to live long without water. Unlike their ancestors, they can now grow in dry desert sands. They can live for about 100 years without water, so the Saharan palm's lifespan is about 650 years.
  • Saharan Conifer - Descended from genetically altered conifer trees that were made to breed fast to feed many large animals (including dinosaurs) without consuming all of the conifers in an area. They thrive very well, even in the driest conditions, they can live for about 250 years without water and their average lifespan is about more than 2,500 years. They are one of the main food source for desert-dwelling sauropods and other giant animals. They are mainly dispered by Saharan Saltasaurus, which eats its leaves and (unknowingly) feeds on the seeds, as the seeds get eaten by this sauropod, the seeds in the sauropod dung starts to be fertilized, allowing this tree to grow and disperse into newer areas.

Net-NavisEdit

  • Bass.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Bass.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Bass.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have darkness, Aura powers, and are almost invincible, having many powers and are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items they need in order to survive) or want. They are nocturnal, as they can blend in the dark to hunt deer, ibex, wild sheep, and other animals. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games.
  • Megaman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Megaman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Megaman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive). They are mostly diurnal, but can be nocturnal to keep an eye out for their only natural predators, Bass.EXEs and Elecman.EXEs. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are peaceful, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime, but can fight back if threatened.
  • Protoman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Protoman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Protoman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers, and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Elecman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Elecman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Elecman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have electric powers, and are very strong, having many powers and are almost impossible to avoid, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.

Atlas MountainsEdit

A mountain that stretches from Africa to Europe.

Mammals Edit

  • African Mountain Elephant - Descended from African Elephants that is adapted to live in mountainous regions. They are similar to (but are not identical to) extinct mammoths.
  • Atlas Lion - Descended from lions that lives in Altas Mountains.
  • Atlas Brown Bear - Descended from Brown bears that escaped from safari parks. They are one of Africa's only native bears.
  • African Giant Deer - Descended from fallow deers that were introduced to Africa to hunt for sport. They resemble the long-extinct megaloceros, but are slightly smaller and more agile.
  • Mountain Cattle - Evolved from domestic cattle that is adapted to live in high altitudes.
  • Atlas Warthog - Evolved from warthogs that evolved to live in mountainous regions.
  • Atlas Eland - Evolved from Elands that migrated from savannahs of Africa to Altas Mountains to live in high altitudes.
  • Atlas Rhinoceros - Descended from white rhinoceroses that adapted to live in mountainous regions. it is similar to (but not identical to) the long-extinct woolly rhinoceros.
  • Atlas Hyena - Evolved from African hyenas that lives in the mountainous regions of Altas Mountains.
  • Hellodon - Name meaning "tooth from hell", it is the most powerful predator on earth, more powerful and deadlier than a Megalodon and a T-Rex combined. It has sharp claws, fanged teeth, demon-like wings, demon-like horns that can track down prey in the morning/afternoon, an anglerfish-like fishing rod to attract prey at night, poisonous saliva, night vision, an armored shell, strength, a Tasmanian tiger-like mouth to eat many prey items that can fit in its mouth . It is about the size of a T-Rex. It can survive in water and on land. It resembles a mammalian version of a hybrid between a mosasaur and a komodo dragon. It can live anywhere in the world (except for Antarctica) and it can devour any small and medium-size animals and large-size animals (except insects). It is descended from a genetically-engineered hybrid between a thylacine (for its carnivory and jaws), a goat (for its horns), a saber-toothed cat (for its fangs), a bat (for its wings), a shrew (yes, shrews are poisonous), an armadillo (for its shell), a T-Rex (for its size), a mosasaurus (for its head plan), a Komodo dragon (for its body plan), and an angler fish (for its lure).
  • African Mountain Dwarves - Descended from homo ferus that evolved to live in high altatudes in the African mountains. They are omnivores. They are about the size of a prehistoric homo florensis.

BirdsEdit

  • Atlas Ostrich - Descended from ostriches that migrated to Atlas mountains. Their legs and heads are now covered by feathers to keep them warm. They are omnivores that feed on grass, leaves, and insects.

ReptilesEdit

  • Mountain Iguanodont - Descended from Iguanodons that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with specialized legs and feet to climb on mountains better than their ancestors.
  • Bewilderbeast - Man brought this dragon from another universe. It is the largest dragon species and is the largest land animal on earth, about 520 feet long, despite this, it has lightweight bones and strong, but light muscles, so it doesn't cause earthquakes, it weighs about 1000 tons. It is an omnivore, feeding on fish, squid, crustaceans, trees, and vines. Despite its gigantic size, it is actually a gentle giant. It has no natural predators, even when hatched (It's babies are about the size of a Diplodocid dinosaur) (other than red deaths). The only threats to a male Bewilderbeast is another male Bewilderbeast, which are known to cause serious injuries or sometimes death. Male Bewilderbeasts fight for territory or to win a mate. It lives in snowy mountains, but it also lives on shorelines, forests, and in seas nearby.
  • Red Death - Man brought this dragon from another universe. It is the largest carnivorous animal (including dragons) on earth, about 400 feet long and 20 tons. Its favorite prey items are smaller dragons, dinosaurs, elephants, and rarely Bass.EXEs. Some red death subspecies have 6 eyes, rather than just two, unlike most vertebrates, but most subspecies have only two eyes like most vertebrates. They are also the largest flying animal that has ever live, having a 550 foot wingspan.
  • Snow Wraith - The fastest HTTYD dragon. Can shoot ice and see in heat. It is about 48 feet long and 6 tons. It has 2 legs, can fly, and is pure white.
  • Catastrophic Quaken - This HTTYD dragon species is about 9 meters but weighs 20 tons. The literal bulk makes even night furies scared. They can created shockwaves that stun animals (Just like some of the monsters in the monster hunter universe) and can roll.
  • Hotburple - A gronkle-like builky dragon HTTYD universe. It is known to sleep even in flight and can spit lava rocks. They are the most common species of dragons of the Atlas mountains.
  • Stromcutter - Man brought this dragon from another universe. They resemble a reptilian version of an owl. They are smart, agile, and quick much like night furies. They are similar to their ancestors from HTTYD universe, but are now the only natural predators of adult hotburples.
  • Flightmare - A lesser-known HTTYD dragon species that is ghost-like. It is about 5 feet tall and 73.8 pounds, with the wingspan up to about 11.4 feet. It can strike prey with mist that can paralyze most of its prey animals. It is recongnised by its glowing body and its banshee-like shriek (which is actually a high-pitch roar).
  • Deinodracus - Descended from mountain dragons that were brought from the Last Dragon documentary universe by humans. They are larger and builkier than their ancestors. Unlike their ancestors, they became completely flightless.
  • Atlas Mountain Dragon - Descended from mountain dragons that were brought from the Last Dragon documentary universe by human. They are carnivores. They are slightly larger and stronger than (but similar to) their ancestors.

Net-NavisEdit

  • Bass.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Bass.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Bass.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have darkness, Aura powers, and are almost invincible, having many powers and are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items they need in order to survive) or want. They are nocturnal, as they can blend in the dark to hunt deer, ibex, wild sheep, and other animals. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games.
  • Megaman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Megaman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Megaman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive). They are mostly diurnal, but can be nocturnal to keep an eye out for their only natural predators, Bass.EXEs and Elecman.EXEs. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are peaceful, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime, but can fight back if threatened.
  • Protoman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Protoman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Protoman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They have many powers, and are almost invincible, they are almost impossible to kill, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Elecman.EXE - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered universe travel. People have brought many species and sapient beings, including Net-Navis from Megaman Battle Network. After humans left Earth, Elecman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Elecman.EXEs, allowing them to survive in the world without humans. They can hover, have electric powers, and are very strong, having many powers and are almost impossible to avoid, according to the Megaman Battle Network games and anime, and can attack anything they need (including prey items in order to survive) or want. They have even more advanced intelligence, culture, tech, etc. than humans. They are similar to their ancestors from Megaman Battle Network series. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.