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New Pleistocene is a British-American documentary film that is in cooperation with BBC, History Channel, Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel. It was narrated by Stephen Fry.

SummaryEdit

In the Late Holocene, most humans and oher sapient species have traveled away into space due to the overpopulation of humans on earth. Almost all remaining humans are carried away in giant space ships and space vessels, taking everything associated with humans with us, including many animals, such as chimpanzees, dogs, cats, dylanuses, pigs, cattle, sheep, goats, chickens, some Asian elephants, leopards, cheetahs, gray wolves, black bear hybrids, bison, hyenas, tigers, sloths, buffaloes, tapirs, etc. However, due to the limit of space on the ships, most domestic pets and other animals on earth are left to die. Dogs and cats manage to escaped houses and find food, zoo and safari park animals mostly die, while animals contained in electric fences, badly made fences, and cages that were left open break free, while the ones from secured cages and other exhibits were released and let loose by feral dylanuses (as dylanues have problem solving abilities), exploring their new homes. Slowly, but effectively, water and plants erode and reshape buildings, until they are nothing left but rubble, deep in the ground. Water starts to erode through dams and waterways, reconnecting the Colorado river with the ocean and turning the coast of Great Britain into marsh. The ocean and plants remove the carbon from the air that millions of cars, factories, and planes produced.

In the Late Holocene, humans mastered time travel and De-Extinction, bringing prehistoric species and recent extinct species back to life through cloning or time traveling. After humans are left earth with some animals, many other former extinct and prehistoric animals escaped from captivity, while some were already introduced to many places and adapted in new environments with some current predators such as lions, bears, etc. In the Late Holocene, humans also mastered universe travel, bringing characters, species, objects, etc from other universes, including Net-Navis (from Megaman Battle Network), King Kong and other species (from King Kong 2005 series), etc. When humans left earth with some former fictional characters (including Net-Navis, etc.) and species (Pokémon, etc.), other non-human-like characters and human-like characters and species escaping from laboratories and zoos, getting along with species present in real life.

Humans in the Late Holocene had also mastered genetic-engineering, allowing more species being made and making some improvements on diffrent species of plants and animals in order for these species (especially endangered species like pandas, gorillas, orangutans, tigers, Asian elephants, red wolves, and many other species) to survive well with and without human intervention and also use genetic-engineering to make improvements on domesticated species so there are now more breeds of cats, dogs, etc. than today, being found in not just natural breeds, but also unnatural breeds (like blue-coloured taby cats, red-coloured Persian cats, black-and-yellow-coloured terriers, and even genetically-modified ones with some body modifications like bipedal dogs [dogs that walk upright like human ancestors did], dinosaur-like chickens with claws and sharp teeth, six-legged cats, and other different kinds of forms and domestic animals). With highly advanced genetic-engineering, it was also made posibble for people to fully domesticate other modern animals including chimpanzees, leopards, cheetahs, modern wolves, sugar gliders, Cape buffaloes, Asian elephants, etc., extinct ones like velociraptors, troodons, alexornis, compsognathus, microraptors, rahonavis, dire wolves, thylacines, etc!, and former fictional species and beings including Net-Navis, Jurassic Park velociraptors, etc.

In Australia, invasive species reproduce rapidly, pushing some species of smaller animals into extinction. Dog populations die and get absorbed by gray wolves that migrated from Poland and Alaska across Eurasia and the Americas. Elephants in North America that escaped from zoos mostly die, but some learned how to migrated south to Nevada, Great Plains, and California. Most of California and all parts of Florida are separated from mainland North America, forming unique ecosystems. Some species of whales such as humpback whales reach populations around the globe of millions, without poachers and boats to confuse and hinder whale breeding. Animals from Antarctica move up to Australia's coast, like leopard seals and emperor penguins. Many humans might have leave earth, but not all humans left earth, some that stayed in earth adapted to the wild rather than in cities, thus evolving into wild humans. Cats in New Zealand, evolve into clouded leopard-like forms. Plants that were imported to Antarctica flourished and diversify into new plant species, later, animals that were also imported Antarctica also flourished and evolved into new species of land animals native to Antarctica. Some animals were brought back through De-Extinction and replaced the original animals that is closely related or is natural (not genetically engineered by humans). While some animals were brought back from prehistory when humans mastered time travel. Some organisms and other entities were brought from other universes when humans mastered universe travel. Animals from Africa and Asia migrate to Europe, causing a melting pot of diversity. The same true is happening in Africa and Asia, where many European animals, Asian animals, and African animals spreaded to, evolving into native species of each continents, causing a melting pot of diversity.

Most domestic animals died, dogs usually died, from the fact that they were either neutered/spayed, they were a specialized dog breed(smaller dogs, like bulldogs and Yorkies) were killed by nature(climate/predators), and the surviving ones were absorbed by wolves and coyotes. But other animals like goats and camels did okay, as they are extremely adaptable. Sheep were mostly killed off by predators, like coyotes, wolves and cougars, but survived and flourished in the British Isles, Madagascar, California, mainland USA, and Hawaii, because they either got used to new predators, current predators, or both. Horses did well, almost all breeds of horses and ponies stayed very extant, though most evolved to the environment. Some domestic dylanuses in North America died due to they were sterile or were too specialized (more suited around humans and human enviroments). But most of the surviving feral dylanuses in North America interbred with wild dylanuses, erasing all traces of domestication, while some breeds of domestic dylanuses ignored wild dylanuses, allowing some domestic dylanuses in North America to survive and not interbreeding with native wild dylanuses. But feral dylanuses in other countries and continents have survived really well and are thriving, with almost all domestic dylanus breeds still existing, though some evolved with the environment.

Some animals, escaped from a marine park, called SeaWorld. SeaWorld possessed a lot of animals from Antarctica and though most died, due to the fact that most were aquatic, like dolphins and manatees. Some animals like penguins, elephant seals, leopard seals, polar bears walruses, and other semi-aquatic animals probably broke out due to satellites or plane crashes that destroyed their exhibits. They soon spread out through California and Florida. Florida and Most of California turned into a rainforest due to all the invasive species that were introduced by humans in the Holocene. Some animals migrated from South America, Europe, & Africa and have made it over to Florida and North America by swimming or rafting over. Some animals that migrated from Asia and Australia have made it over to California and North America by swimming, rafting over, or flying to there, causing the melting pot of diversity in California.

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ReceptionEdit

This documentary series has recieved 89% of positive reception, praising the documentary series for its hypothesied species, ranging from species from modern times, to species brought back through De-Extinction, to species brought back through Time travel, and even species and beings brought back through Universe travel. It received the academy award winner in one of the best documentaries of 2016.