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New Zealand is a large island near Australia. In the Late Holocene, New Zealand gets pushed closer to Australia than today, allowing some Australian birds and bats to fly to New Zealand.

New Zealand ForestEdit

This is were the largest birds roam, the moa. New Zealand's forests are home to many species of animals not found almost anywhere else on earth.

MammalsEdit

  • Zealand Saber Cat - Descended from feral cats introduced to New Zealand by humans. Hence their name, they evolved small sabres and is now about the size of a large dog.
  • New Zealand Giant Dylanus - A species of wild dylanus native to New Zealand. It is the largest dylanus species on earth, second only to the Madagascar giant dylanus. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • New Zealand Common Dylanus - Descended from introduced feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • New Zealand Ground Wallaby - Descended from wallabies that were introduced to New Zealand by humans. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Tree Wallaby - Descended from wallabies that were introduced to New Zealand. They are herbivores. They are very similar to the Australian Tree Kangaroos.
  • New Zealand Rat - Descended from rats that were introduced to New Zealand. They are omnivores.. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Dwarf Gutsman.EXE - Descended from clones of Gutsman.EXE that escaped from laboratories. They can no longer talk, unlike their ancestors, so their only vocalizations are now just snorts, grunts, growls, and bellows. They are herbivores that feed on roots, tubers, grass, ferns, cycads, and leaves. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors, but are now much smaller, about the size of a chimpanzee, due to insular dwarfism.
  • New Zealand Deer - Descended from deer that were introduced to New Zealand. They are similar to their ancestors, but have devolved antlers and are now only about 3 feet tall due to insular dwarfism.
  • New Zealand Grizzly Bear - Descended from grizzly bears that escaped from zoos in New Zealand. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Chalicothere - Descended from Chalicotheres that rafted way from Japan to New Zealand. They are slightly smaller than their ancestors (about the size of a Capybara).
  • New Zealand Hobbits - Descended from Homo Ferus that rafted their way to New Zealand from Asia. They shrank in size and are able to reproduce faster. They are only taken care of as offsprings until 10 years old.
  • New Zealand Dwarf Bear - Descended from grizzly bears that escaped from zoos. It is darker in color and smaller than its ancestors.
  • New Zealand Pixies - Descended from pixies from another universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Fairies - Descended from fairies from another universe. They are similar to their ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • Moa - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back through the process of De-Extinction. They are the world's largest bird, but are the main prey for New Zealand giant eagle. Same as the extinct species. There are more than 9 species of moas that are native to New Zealand.
  • New Zealand Giant Eagle - Descended from eagles that now grow larger, about the size of an extinct haast's eagle. It is one of the main predator of moas, along with the New Zealand terror birds and demon ducks of doom.
  • New Zealand Terror Bird - Descended from terror birds (either a phorusrhacos or a titanis) that escaped from Cenozoic parks. They are carnivores that prey on moas, gastornis, genyornis, aggris, rheas, ostrich-dinosaurs, oviraptorids, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Super Demon Bird Of Doom - The true largest terror bird of all time. 4 tons and 2nd largest carnivorous bird of all time. Hunts any large herbivores (Not the bird herbivores, just mammal herbivores).
  • Giga Demon Bird - The true largest terror bird. 15 tons and the largest carnivorous bird of all time. It is a scavenger that feeds on dead animals.
  • New Zealand Common Herbivorornis - Descended from genetically engineered phorusrhacos that escaped from laboratories. Unlike their ancestors, they are herbivores that feed on grass, seeds, nuts, leaves, fruit, vegetables, and other plants (even poisonous plants because they're immune to their poison and even thorns that other animals avoid), thus filling a niche similar to camels. They are similar to their ancestors, other than their diet.
  • New Zealand Clawed Herbivorornis - Descended from genetically engineered titanis that escaped from laboratories. Unlike their ancestors, they are completely herbivorous, feeding on fruits, nuts, seeds, and leaves. They only use their claws for defence against predators. Other than their diet, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • False Herbivorornis - Descended from genetically engineered brontornis that escaped from laboratories. Unlike their ancestors, they are completely herbivorous, feeding on nuts, fruit, grass, and seeds. Other than their diet, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Kiwi - A species of insect eating flightless bird. Same species alive today.
  • New Zealand Emu - Descended from Emus that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but are braver than Australian emus.
  • Kea - A species of native parrot. Same species alive today.
  • Kakapo - A species of native, flightless parrot. Same species is still alive. At this time, it adapted with speed as New Zealand got used to its new animals.
  • New Zealand Kookaburra - Descended from kookaburras that flew to New Zealand. It is braver and more grayish-brown in color than its ancestors.
  • New Zealand Magpie - Descended from magpies that flew from Australia to New Zealand. It is braver and larger (about the size of a common raven) than its ancestors, due to an Ice Age.
  • New Zealand Robin - A species of robin-like bird that lives in New Zealand. Similar to today's species, but is even braver and slightly bigger than its ancestors, due to an Ice Age.
  • New Zealand Rhea - Descended from rheas that escaped from zoos. It is similar to its ancestors, but is builkier and braver than South American rheas.
  • Giant Aggris - Descended from kiwis that are now bigger (about the size of a large domestic turkey), more predatory, and braver than their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Chicken - Descended from chickens that escaped from farmlands.  They are the last group of domestic chickens (now known as feral chickens). They feed on seeds, fruit, insects, small reptiles, and small mammals. They resemble the black silkie chickens, but are completely flightless, larger (about the size of a wild turkey), and braver than their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Killerfowl - Descended from Guineafowls that escaped from zoos. They are almost completely flightless, larger (about the size of a largest breed of domestic chicken), more predatory, and braver than their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Genyornis - Descended from Genyornis that escaped from Cenozoic parks. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruits, insects, and carrion. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Killer Gastornis - Descended from genetically altered Gastornis that escaped from genetic zoos. Unlike true Gastornis, it is a carnivore that preys only on smaller birds and small mammals.
  • New Zealand Common Gastornis - Descended from Gastornis that were shipped to New Zealand. It is a herbivore that feeds on nuts, fruit, and leaves. It is similar to its Eocene ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Tuatara - An ancient reptile that has been living on earth since the age of dinosaurs. Same species alive today.
  • New Zealand Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, insects, washed up fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs from other animals. They are similar to their ancestors. There are about 35 species of New Zealand ostrich-dinosaurs. They are New Zealand's only dinosaurs alive today.
  • New Zealand Oviraptorid - Descended from Oviraptorid species that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are no longer omnivores (unlike their ancestors), they are now completely herbivorous, feeding on ferns leaves, and cycads. They are similar to their ancestors. There are about 21 species of New Zealand Oviraptorids. Along with New Zealand ostrich-dinosaurs, New Zealand Oviraptorids are New Zealand's only dinosaurs alive today.
  • New Zealand Lizardmen - Descended from Dinosauroids that were brought from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

Fish Edit

  • New Zealand Salmon - Descended from salmon that were introduced in New Zealand. They are the prey for New Zealand Bears.
  • New Zealand Koi - Descended from domestic koi that were introduced to New Zealand by humans in 1700's-2000's. It is similar to its ancestors, but is no longer diverse, comes only in few colors (brown, grayish-brown, and reddish-brown) due to predators. It is the longest living vertebrae, living for about 255 years in its lifetime.

New Zealand GrasslandsEdit

Some parts of New Zealand is covered by grasslands with some mountains.

MammalsEdit

  • New Zealand Mountain Goat - Descended from mountain goats that escaped from zoos. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now brown, rather than white in color.
  • New Zealand Mountain Tiger - Descended from tigers that escaped from zoos. They are carnivores. They are more adapted to climb mountains than their ancestors, so they now resemble a hybrid between a tiger and a snow leopard.
  • New Zealand Leopard - Descended from snow leopards that escaped from zoos. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Moose - Descended from mooses that escaped from zoos. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with smaller antlers due to less predators
  • New Zealand Deer - Descended from deer that were introduced to New Zealand. They are similar to their ancestors, but have devolved antlers and are now only about 3 feet tall due to insular dwarfism.
  • New Zealand Ground Wallaby - Descended from wallabies that were introduced to New Zealand by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Possum Glider - Descended from sugar gliders that escaped from pet stores. They are omnivores. They resembles a a cross between a sugar glider and a Virginia opossum. They have a niche similar to a Virginia opussum, hence their name.

ReptilesEdit

  • Smilodontosaurus - The most dangerous coelurosaur of all time. It weighs about 10 tons. Named for their saber teeth. They are a species of tyrannosaur. They are carnivores.
  • Megalodontosaurus - Descended from Postosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are named because of their teeth, which resemble teeth of sharks (especially megalodon's). They are similar to their ancestors, but are larger, bulkier, and are more heavily armored. They are the size of a Ceratosaurus.
  • New Zealand Chimaerasuchus - Descended from escaped chimaerasuchus. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Simosuchus - Descended from simosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks and dinosaur reptile houses. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Desmatosuchus - Descended from desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks and dinosaur reptile houses. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Notosuchus - Descended from escaped notosuchus. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Typothorax - Descended from escaped typothorax. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Stagonolepis - Descended from stegonolepis that escaped from dinosaur reptile houses and dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Neoaetosauroides - Descended from neoaetosauroides that escaped from dinosaur parks and dinosaur reptile houses. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Acaenasuchus - Descended from escaped acaenasuchus. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Longosuchus - Descended from escaped longosuchus. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • Moa - Originally extinct in the Early Holocene, but were brought back through the process of De-Extinction. They are the world's largest bird, but are the main prey for New Zealand giant eagle. Same as the extinct species. There are more than 9 species of moas that are native to New Zealand.
  • New Zealand Giant Eagle - Descended from eagles that now grow larger, about the size of an extinct haast's eagle. It is one of the main predator of moas.
  • New Zealand Genyornis - Descended from Genyornis that escaped from Cenozoic parks. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruits, insects, and sometimes carrion. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Common Gastornis - Descended from Gastornis that were shipped to New Zealand by humans. It is a herbivore that feeds on nuts, fruit, seeds, grass, and leaves. It is similar to its Eocene ancestors.
  • Demon Duck Of Doom - Descended from bullockornis that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are now fully carnivorous.
  • Satan's Scary Bird - Descended from Genyornis that lives in New Zealand. They can grow to be about 2 tons. They are named because they have demon-like red eyes and are aggressive. It looks like satan's scary seagull In a way.
  • False Demon Duck - Descended from escaped bullockornis. They are now fully herbivorous, unlike demon ducks of doom (which is opposite, by becoming carnivorous). They are very common sight in New Zealand's grasslands, along with moas, genyornises, gastornises, herbivorornises, deer, moose, and mountain goats.
  • Therizinosauravis - Descendex from genetically engineered moas that grew front limbs and clawed fingers. They are herbivores. They resemble a therizinosaurus, but with a very short tail and has a beak (rather than a snout with teeth).
  • Titanosaur Bird - The true biggest bird of all time. 16 tons. Looks like a feathered and beaked version of a titanosaur. It is descended from a genetically engineered moa that grew front limbs and walks on all fours.
  • New Zealand Big Gastornis - Descended from escaped gastornises. They are herbivores. They are about 8 tons and are slightly bigger than an African elephant. They are similar to their ancestors, but are slightly bulkier and a little more well-muscles than other gastornis species (except giant gastornis).
  • New Zealand Giant Gastornis - Descended from gastornis that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are the largest birds of all time, about 10 tons, though are slightly smaller than the Titanosaur bird. They are herbivores that feed on grass, leaves, nuts, and fruit. They resemble their ancestors, but are bulkier and even more well-muscled than other gastornis species.
  • Gigaduck - Decended from Dromornis that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are now fully herbivorous. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Chicken - Descended from chickens that escaped from farmlands. They are the last group of domestic chickens (now known as feral chickens). They feed on seeds, fruit, insects, small reptiles, and small mammals. They resemble the black silkie chickens, but are completely flightless, larger (about the size of a wild turkey), and braver than their ancestors.
  • Kiwi - A species of insect eating flightless bird. Same species alive today.
  • Giant Aggris - Descended from kiwis that are now bigger (about the size of a large domestic turkey), more predatory, and braver than their ancestors.
  • Kakapo - A species of native, flightless parrot. Same species is still alive. At this time, it adapted with speed as New Zealand got used to its new animals.
  • New Zealand Emu - Descended from Emus that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but are braver than Australian emus.
  • New Zealand Rhea - Descended from rheas that escaped from zoos. It is similar to its ancestors, but is builkier and braver than South American rheas.
  • New Zealand Common Ostrich - Descended from ostriches that escaped from zoos. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with thick feathers covering their necks, heads, and legs.
  • New Zealand Giant Ostrich - Descended from escaped ostriches. They are herbivores. They are much bigger and heavier than their ancestors (about 11 feet tall and 340 pounds), due to less predators. They are also slower due to less fast-moving predators. They resemble a hybrid between an ostrich and a bulky emu.
  • False Herbivorornis - Descended from genetically engineered brontornis that escaped from laboratories. Unlike their ancestors, they are completely herbivorous, feeding on nuts, fruit, grass, and seeds. Other than their diet, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Herbivorornis - Descended from genetically engineered phorusrhacos that escaped from laboratories. Unlike their ancestors, they are herbivores that feed on grass, seeds, nuts, leaves, fruit, vegetables, and other plants (even poisonous plants because they're immune to their poison and even thorns that other animals avoid), thus filling a niche similar to camels. They are the only terror birds of New Zealand's grasslands. They are similar to their ancestors, other than their diet.

New Zealand SeasEdit

A place where a lesser known predator lives. Sharks are on a heyday in this place

MammalsEdit

  • New Zealand Dorudon - Descended from Dorudons that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They feed on fish, squid, and crustaceans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Oceania Ambulocetus - Descended from Ambulocetus that escaped from Cenozoic parks. They are carnivores that feed on fish, squid, crustaceans, small reptiles, smaller mammals, and sometimes small birds. They live on shorelines to rest or breed. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Giant Death Whale - Descended from Brygmophyseter that escaped from cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores that feed on anything they can find, so they can take on many species of sharks (even Megalodon is not safe from this deadly whale), smaller whales, seals, plesiosaurs, Ichthyosaurs, mosasaurs, pliosaurs, and gigantic species of squids. They are bigger than their ancestors, about 28 meters and 89 tons, making them the biggest predator on earth, other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Southern False Sperm Whale - Descended from Zygophyseter that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Little Sperm Whale - Descended from Orycterocetus that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to, but smaller (20 feet and 17 tons) than, their ancestors.
  • Common Death Whale - Descended from Aulophyseter that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giga Death Whale - THE ONLY CREATURE that can take on all giant shark species. These monsters weighed 92 tons and 18 meters. Descended from the killer sperm whale Livyatan.
  • New Zealand Manatee - Descended from manatees that migrated from Indian oceans to New Zealand's seas. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Zealand Mermaid - Descended from mermaids from mermaids animal planet documentary universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • New Zealand Mosasaurus - Descended from Mosasaurus that escaped from mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Southern Elasmosaurids - Descended from Elasmosaurus that escaped from mesozoic aquariums. They feed on fish and squid. They are similar to their ancestors. There are about 7 species of Southern Elasmosaurids.
  • New Zealand Speedster - Descended from polycotylids that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. There are about 367 species of New Zealand speedsters. Very little has changed.
  • NeoPlatycarpus - Descended from Platycarpus that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores that feed on fish, crustaceans, squid, and horseshoe crabs. There are about 152 species of NeoPlatycarpus. Very little has changed, other than their size (Platycarpus are now only about the size of the largest modern komodo dragon).
  • Speedy Sea Snakelizard - Descended from Cryptoclidus that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. They can eat fish and squid. There are about 175 species of speedy sea snakelizards. They haven't changed much, so they're similar to their Jurassic ancestors.
  • Common Aquacroc - A marine crocodile descended from the saltwater crocodile. 6 meters and 2 tons. It hunts dolphins.
  • Giant Aquacroc - A marine crocodile descended from saltwater crocodile. 9 meters and 12 tons. It hunt dolphins, small whales, and small marine reptiles. It is heavy, so it is fully aquatic. Unlike common aquacrocs, they give birth to live young.
  • Platecarpus - Neoplatycarpus are different but these ones are also descended from the Platecarpus from the mesozoic era. They grew to 4 meters long and has up to 147 species. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Plioplatecarpus - Their ancestors escaped from mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

FishEdit

  • Pleistodus - Descended from cretodus. The top shallow water predator. 9 meters and 7 tons.
  • Zealanxyrhina - Evolved from cretoxyrhina. Top offshore predator. 12 meters and 25 tons.
  • Southern shark - A cardabiodontid shark. Top predator of southern New Zealand. In contrast they sometimes meet with giant orcas. They are now 17 meters and 92 tons.
  • Zealand lamprey - Hunting only whales & sharks and can rip their skin wide open (only works when hunting in packs). These monster fish don't really eat the Deinoselachus because it can sense them.
  • Death-Fish - Descended from Xiphactinus. It is named because it can avoid any attacks from any predators, even sharks can't hunt them, instead, they are hunted by Death-Fishes. They are about 28 feet long and 9 tons. They are pack hunters.
  • The Makon - 35 feet and 14 tons. Can chase even death fishes. Descended from mako sharks.
  • Megalotherium - Meaning giant beast. These massive sharks can detect electric fields on most of Australia. 25 meters long and 120 tons. The biggest predatory shark on the planet. Descended from the megalodon.
  • Giant Whale Shark - Descended from whale sharks that became gigantic. They are the largest sharks on the planet, about 150 feet long and 143 tons. Like other whale sharks, it is a gentle giant filter feeder, so it eats only plankton and krill. It is sometimes preyed on by giant sharks.
  • Deinoselachus - 25 Meters and 110 tons of pure terror. These monsters are one of 70 species of the Megatoothed sharks. It is the only shark that is basically Immune to lampreys because it has great senses.
  • Death-Shark - A bite that is unparalleled. these monster sharks has a robust skull unlike most lamniformes. 20 meters and 117 tons.
  • Demon Shark - Pack hunting sharks that are capable of dispacthing medium-size whale in minutes. Descended from the porbeagle. 10 meters and 10 tons.
  • Mega shark - Sharks were destroying sperm whales and this one is included. actively hunts most killer sperm whales (except giga death whales). 20 meters and 114 tons.
  • Sharkopath - Man brought this shark from the Future Is Wild universe. They escaped from Futurezoic aquariums. They are carnivores that hunts in packs to kill most other sharks, most marine reptiles, and most whales. They are similar to their ancestors.