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Madagascar is an island near Africa that has animals not found anywhere else on earth.

Dry ForestsEdit

Many of the dry forests of Madagascar are similar to today, but is now also filled with species evolved from organisms introduced to Madagascar by humans.

MammalsEdit

  • Leofossa - Descended from fossas that grew larger and stronger, similar in size to a jaguar.
  • Madagascar Giant Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to Madagascar. Unlike other dylanus species, it is a herbivore. It is one of the largest dylanus on earth (along with California giant dylanus), about 14-16 feet tall and 1 ton. Same species alive today.
  • Madagascar Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • False Ape - Descended from a group of lemurs that became more ape-like in size, locomotion, and niche. They are plant eaters, feeding on fruit, leaves, and nuts.
  • Lemurs - There are various species of lemurs. Many are still alive today.
  • Madagascar Dwarf Elephant - Descended from African elephants that made it to Madagascar. It is smaller and more Asian elephant-like than their ancestors.
  • Madagascan Dwarf Hippopotamus - Descended from hippos that made it to Madagascar. They are smaller, more peaceful, and less aggressive than their ancestors.
  • Fossa - A carnivore closely related to mongooses. Same species alive today.
  • Monkey Lemur - Descended from lemurs that became more monkey-like in diet, appearance, niche, and intelligence.
  • Hadropithecus - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene through time travel. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Archaeolemur - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene through time travel. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Madagascar Cat - Descended from feral cats that were introduced to Madagascar. They are more ocelot-like than their ancestors.
  • Madagascar Dwarf Cattle - Descended from cattle that were introduced to Madagascar. They are smaller than their ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • Elephant Bird - Originally extinct in 1600's, but were cloned through De-Extinction. They are the top herbivores of Madagascar.
  • Moaphant Bird - Desended from elephant birds that took a similar niche and appearance to moa species of New Zealand. There are more than 15 species moaphant birds, ranging from fast and agile ones about the size of an emu to giant slow-moving ones the size of a New Zealand giant moa. All of the species of moaphant birds are herbivores.
  • Madagascar Giant Eagle - Descended from eagles that grew larger, about the size of an extinct haast's eagle, large enough to hunt large birds such as elephant birds.
  • Madagascan Solitaire - Descended from rodrigues solitaires that were brought to Madagascar by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but has now adapted to deal with introduced species.
  • Madagascan Dodo - Descended from dodos that were brought to Madagacar by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but had now adapted to deal with introduced pigs, rats, and other introduced species.
  • Madagascan Gastornis - Descended from gastornises that were brought to Madagascar by humans. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Madagascar Giant Tortoise - Descended from tortoises that grew larger, about the size of an African hippopotamus.
  • Rahonavis - A species of very bird-like dinosaur. There are about 154 species of rahonavis. They range in size from pigeon size to raven sized ones. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Majungasaurus - There are about 41 species of Majungasaurus. They range in size from Utahraptor size to Carnotaurus sized ones. They are carnivores that feed on lemurs, goats, dwarf hippos, dwarf elephants, dylanuses, elephant birds, smaller reptiles, and their own kind (making them cannibalistic). They are the top predators of Madagascar. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Rapetosaurus - There are about 63 species of Rapetosaurus. They range in size from Opisthocoelicaudia to Antarctosaurus sized ones. They are the largest herbivores of Madagascar, feeding on nothing but leaves, nuts, and fruit. They are similar to their ancestors.

AmphibiansEdit

  • Beelzebufo - There are 209 species of Beelzebufos. They range in size from cane toad size to Beelzebufo sized ones They are carnivores that feed on insects, small fish, smaller frogs, small lizards, baby dinosaurs, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.

InvertebratesEdit

  • Madagascian Arthropleura - Descended from arthropleuras that were genetically-engineered to survive much lower oxygen levels and lower temperatures. They are herbivores. They are very similar to their ancestors (in size, appearance, etc.), other than their tolerance to lower oxygen levels and temperatures.
  • Madagascan Hissing Cockroach - A large species of cockroach native to Madagascar. They are similar to their ancestors.

PlantsEdit

  • Native Madagascar Plants - Many species of Madagascar plants are still alive, even in the New Pleistocene.

Madagascar GrasslandEdit

Grasslands with few trees.

MammalsEdit

  • Madagascar Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Madagascar Giant Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to Madagascar. Unlike other dylanus species, it is a herbivore. It is the largest dylanus on earth (along with California giant dylanus), about 14-16 feet tall and 1 ton. Same species alive today.
  • Tiger Mongoose - Descended from mongooses that grew larger (about the size of a leopard) and became carnivorous. They are the main predators of Grant's goat.
  • Grant's Goat - Descended from feral goats that were introduced to Madagascar by humans. They became more ibex-like in build, strength, horns, diet, locomotion, and niche.
  • African Sheep - Descended from sheep that were introduced to Madagascar by people. They devolved horns, so instead of fighting back against predators, they have long legs to escape from fast moving predators. They have a similar niche to antelopes of the mainland Africa, Europe, Asia, and North America.
  • Madagascan Zebra - Despite its name, it is actually descended from feral horses that were introduced to Madagascar by humans. They are names because they resemble zebras in pattern, shape, niche  and diet, but is brown and white rather than black and white.
  • Hadropithecus - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene through time travel. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Archaeolemur - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene through time travel. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gorilla Ergaster - A large, bipedal descendent of gorillas that rafted to Madagascar. They may only have a diet of fruits, nuts, plant stalks, and roots and dark brown fur, but they have the intelligence and niche of Homo Ergaster, hence its name.

BirdsEdit

  • Moaphant Bird - Desended from elephant birds that took a similar niche and appearance to moa species of New Zealand. There are more than 15 species moaphant birds, ranging from fast and agile ones about the size of an emu to giant slow-moving ones the size of a New Zealand giant moa. All of the species of moaphant birds are herbivores.
  • Madagascar Giant Eagle - Descended from eagles that grew larger, about the size of an extinct haast's eagle, large enough to hunt large birds such as elephant birds.

ReptilesEdit

  • Madagascar Giant Tortoise - Descended from tortoises that grew larger, about the size of an African hippopotamus.
  • Majungasaurus - There are about 41 species of Majungasaurus. They range in size from Utahraptor size to Carnotaurus sized ones. They are carnivores that feed on lemurs, goats, dwarf hippos, dwarf elephants, dylanuses, elephant birds, smaller reptiles, and their own kind (making them cannibalistic). They are the top predators of Madagascar. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Rapetosaurus - There are about 63 species of Rapetosaurus. They range in size from Opisthocoelicaudia to Antarctosaurus sized ones. They are the largest herbivores of Madagascar, feeding on nothing but leaves, nuts, and fruit. They are similar to their ancestors.

PlantsEdit

  • Native Madagascar Plants - Many species of Madagascar plants are still alive, even in the New Pleistocene.

Madagascar ShorelineEdit

This is a shoreline with many seashore animals that mainly come here to mate or lay eggs.

MammalsEdit

  • Dwarf Orca - Descended from orcas that migrated to Madagascar shorelines. It is smaller than their ancestors, hence their name, about half the size of their ancestors.
  • Madagascar Sea Lion - Descended from sea lions that migrated to Madagascar. They are about 40 pounds bigger than their ancestors due to an Ice Age.
  • Dwarf Dolphin - Descended from dolphins that shrank until they're only about the size of a medium-size dog.

BirdEdit

  • Madagascar Penguin - Descended from Adelle penguins that migrated to Madagascar. They are slightly smaller than their ancestors and they devolved their "chinstrap" pattern on their neck.

SwampsEdit

Madagascar's swamps are not as common as present swamps of Madagascar, due to an Ice Age, but are still present. Many animal and plant life flourishes here. Unlike in other continents, crocodiles face stiff competition from amphibians.

MammalsEdit

  • Madagascar Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Madagascar Giant Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to Madagascar. Unlike other dylanus species, it is a herbivore. It is the largest dylanus on earth (along with California giant dylanus), about 14-16 feet tall and 1 ton. Same species alive today.
  • Madagascar Wild Dog - Descended from feral dogs that became truly wild. They resemble a cross between a dingo and a dhole.
  • Madagascar Pig - Descended from wild pigs that were introduced to Madagascar by people in the Early Holocene. They resemble a hybrid between a wild boar and a white-lipped peccary.
  • Hadropithecus - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene through time travel. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Archaeolemur - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene through time travel. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Nile crocodile - A species of carnivorous crocodile native to both mainland Africa and Madagascar. Same species alive today.
  • Voay - A large carnivorous crocodile that is originally extinct, but were brought back through time travel by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Madagascan Desmatosuchus - There are 91 species of Madagascan Desmatosuchus. They range in size from monitor lizard size to Nile crocodile sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Simosuchus - A species of herbivorous crocodile that originally lived during the mesozoic era, but were brought back into modern Madagascar in the Late Holocene by humans. They are similar to their ancetors.
  • Hyperodapedon - A species of rhynchosaur that was brought back by humans. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Mesosuchus - A species of "resurrected" rhynchosaur that is now native to Madagascar. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Rahonavis - A species of very bird-like dinosaur. There are about 154 species of rahonavis. They range in size from pigeon size to raven sized ones. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Majungasaurus - There are about 41 species of Majungasaurus. They range in size from Utahraptor size to Carnotaurus sized ones. They are carnivores that feed on lemurs, goats, dwarf hippos, dwarf elephants, dylanuses, elephant birds, smaller reptiles, and their own kind (making them cannibalistic). They are the top predators of Madagascar. They are similar to their ancestors.

AmphibiansEdit

  • New prionosuchus - It is the largest native predator in Madagascar and one of the largest amphibians on earth. They weigh about 7 tons as an adult animal. They are similar to an ancient prionosuchus, its ancestors that escaped from paleozoic parks.
  • Mastodonsaurus - A large predatory amphibian that originally lived during the Triassic era, but were brought back in the Late Holocene by humans using time travel. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Beelzebufo - There are 209 species of Beelzebufos. They range in size from cane toad size to Beelzebufo sized ones They are carnivores that feed on insects, small fish, smaller frogs, small lizards, baby dinosaurs, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tomato frog - A species of frog that is native to Madagascar. Same species alive today.

PlantsEdit

  • Native Madagascar Plants - Many species of Madagascar plants are still alive, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • Peltaspermales - A group of seed ferns (a former extinct group of plants) that were brought back through time travel by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Caytoniales - A group of seed ferns that were brought back by humans though time travel. They are similar to their ancestors.