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North America during the New Pleistocene has relatively stayed the same as it was during the Holocene, but due to natural disasters, Florida and most of California separated from the rest of North America, invasive species turning Florida into a rainforest and most of California becoming a rainforest as well, but with wet savannah and temperate forests on the southern California areas (where it stretches from northern Los Angeles to the southernmost tip of California). Many species thrive and are still around today.

Yukon GrasslandEdit

Stretching from Montana to Canada, originally boreal forest, the migrated herding animals, turned it into a rich grassland, due to the grazing of large herbivores, that control the level of grass and trample the ground.

MammalsEdit

  • Reindeer - A large cervid found throughout Northern North America and Eurasia, aswell as some parts of central parts of North America. Also known as caribous, they run in large herds similar to cattle or bison and have large antlers. Humans in ancient times used them for food and transportation.
  • Montanan Horse - A descendant of the mustang that migrated upward, they evolved thicker bodies and longer fur.
  • Yukon Wolf - A large species of wolf, descended from a group of gray wolves, common throughout the grasslands of the north. Yukon wolves have evolved to be similar to the dire wolves of ancient times, thus, instead of canis lupus, Yukon wolf's scientific name is canis maximus.
  • Gray Wolf - A large species of canine. Same species alive today.
  • Canadian Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now covered in thick fur to survive the cold.
  • Canadian Tiger - Evolved from tigers that escaped from zoos, they are common in areas of the grassland, with more trees. They mainly prey on elk, bison and horse. They are heavier than any modern type of tiger, reaching 900 pounds due to it being in an Ice Age. They feed on fish in the many Canadian lakes.
  • Wood Bison - A subspecies of bison, widespread throughout North America. They are slightly bigger than modern bison.
  • Northern Elk - A northern subspecies of elk, more adapted to colder climate. It is the most widespread of all the subspecies of elk.
  • American Fallow Deer - Descended from fallow deer introduced to North America by humans. They resemble a European fallow deer.
  • Snowstalker - Man brought this animal from the Future Is Wild documentary universe. Despite competion with some large carnivores such as bears, snowstalkers managed to survive and thrive. To kill their prey such as shagrats deer or bison, they attack their victims with their saber teeth and wait until they die from blood loss.
  • Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size, Capybara-like marmot. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They live in herds up to 80 individuals.
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Ankylocroc - While man genetically altered most birds to live in Africa, nature genetically alter reptiles in America to complete domination. Ankylocroc was one of them. Filling a niche similar to Ankylosaurs of warmer climates, it looks more like an ankylosaur more than a crocodile. But unlike Ankylosaurs, it has tail spikes much like Stegosaurus, but unlike stegosaurus, the tail spike is more like gastonia's tail spike. It is about 5 tons and 10 meters. Descended from the notosuchus that became herbivorous.
  • Piranhamimus - Essentially sky piranhas. Descended from dimorphodons. The size of the infamous mega piranha.
  • Paraliarpax - Although nothing much is changed, this tyrannosaur is the top predator of its environment
  • Dinodactylos - Descended from Dilophosaurs that developed longer grasping hands. They are more spinosaur-like than their ancestors. They are carnivores.
  • 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.
  • Screaming Death - Man brought this dragon from another universe. They resemble the whispering death, but are almost pure white.
  • American Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 131 species of American ostrich-dinosaurs. They range in size from turkey size to Ornithomimus sized ones. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, roots, tuber, shoots, insects, washed up fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs from other animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Mountain Leaper - An agile mountain-dwelling maniraptoran. Its ancestors were brought from the New Dinosaurs universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Indominus - Indominus is a hybrid that can run up to speeds of 30 mph when confined in its paddock with its roar alone reaching 140db-160db, as loud as the liftoff and landing of a Boeing 747 airplane. Indominus rex has spiky osteoderms across its body and horns above its eye orbits, traits that originated from the DNA of various abelisaurs used in its creation. Its osteoderms are extremely tough, being able to withstand fire from a GE M134 Minigun and even an indirect hit from an AT4 rocket launcher. It also has well-developed forelimbs from Therizinosaurus complete with opposable thumbs and a giant sickle claw on each middle finger that I. rex uses to grab prey. Its long arms also allows it to become semi-quadrupedal. A single swipe of its claws is able to incapacitate, and several were able to kill even giant sauropods like Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brontosaurus, and other sauropod species, although they prefer ceratopsians and other dinosaurs (as well as mammals now, instead). It is able to change color from the cuttlefish used in its creation, which is used as camouflage in hunting, but also helped the hybrid grow at a quick rate. Their base skin color is a grayish white with eyes whose sclera are red-orange. The teeth of Indominus is tyrannosaurid which must have came from its base genome T. rex and were exposed like a crocodile. Due to this bit of instability, its teeth varies in size, often jutting out at unnatural angles and many can be broken. Indominus rex has a total of 74 teeth. The Indominus' lower jaw is slightly longer than the upper jaw, which gives it something of an underbite. Another trait that came from Tyrannosaurus being in its gene pool, the hybrid inherites the massively strong bite force it has, which Indominus use to even crush a bullet-proof Gyrosphere or break the neck of an Ankylosaurus. Its large size is attributed to Giganotosaurus. Interestingly, I. rex can reach 50 ft as an adult when none of the theropods, including Giganotosaurus, used in its creation could reach this length. The cause of this surpassed length in the hybrid is unknown. The tree frog DNA, which was intended to help them adapt to the climate of Isla Nublar, had allowed it to remove its own thermal signature. The hybrid can also detect the thermal signatures of others as well due to the pit adder DNA. The snake DNA may also be the reason why it can open its jaws wider than any of InGen's cloned theropods. Finally, the Velociraptor DNA used in Indominus creation gives it a high level of intelligence as well as the ability to communicate with JP (Jurassic Park) Velociraptor individuals. Good examples of its intelligence being one of the Indominus's plan of making everyone think she escaped and her ability to remember when and where they inserted her tracking implant. Though they do hunt for food, one known I. rex was shown to kill mainly for sport, though Indominus don't hunt for sports anymore, which can have negative impact to all animals. This individual also was known to have committed cannibalism, as she killed and ate her own sibling, which was the first thing she did as soon as she hatched. However, since the I. rex who had exhibited these traits had a rough upbringing these behaviors may not be natural. The cannibalism could have came from either Majungasaurus DNA or T. rex DNA or both since both theropods have fossil evidence of cannibalism, though the rough upbringing suggests that it could be a mental illness of some sort seen in this individual.
  • Stegoceratops - Stegoceratops is a hybrid of Stegosaurus, Triceratops, a beetle and a snake. Having plates and a thagomizer of stegosaurus. 17 tons. Very defensive even Phobodon has to be careful.

Birds Edit

  • Mountain Chickensaur - Evolved from chickens that were genetically engineered to reverse from birds back to dinosaurs. This chickensaur species is well adapted to the mountainous regions. It is more herbivorous than other chickensaur species.
  • Giga Eagle - There are 98 species of giga eagle. Ranging from a wingspan of 20 feet to 42 feet. They are Macropredators.
  • Giga Pigeon - Despite its name, it is actually descended from ptarmigans that grew much bigger (about 2 times the size of an emu) and is now flightless. It is a herbivore. It ressembles a hybrid between a ptarmigan and a rhea.
  • Piranhakeet - This monstrous critter was brought back from the Croods universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are the most feared predator of North America, hunting anything about as large as a peccary. They are similar to their ancestors, but could no longer hunt anything larger than a peccary due to competition from dragons, pterosaurs, and dinosaurs.
  • Ramu - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Turkey Fish - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. Despite its name, it is not a hybrid between a turkey and a fish, it is actually a giant flightless bird that still retained teeth. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Impalamingo - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

Net-NavisEdit

  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds, fortunately, most of these predators don't live in the Yukon grasslands (but Bass.EXEs and species of Tyrannosaurs lives here as Gutsman.EXE's only natural predators in the Yukon grasslands). Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group. They often migrate with herds of bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.

Ancestral SteppesEdit

This is where many large reptile species, hybrid species, pokemon species, net-navi species, and mammal species thrive. This place has many mountains with few trees around and on them.

MammalsEdit

  • American Common Dylanus - A species of dylanus native to North America. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • Canadian Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now covered in thick fur.
  • American Killer Dylanus - The world's only killer dylanus, it is almost fully carnivorous. Same species alive today.
  • American Running Dylanus - Descended from Florida running dylanus. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Woolly Mammoth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene. They are closely related to Asian elephants and monster hunter's gamutos.
  • New American Lion - Descended from Asian/African lions that escaped from zoos. They are known to hunt baby mammoths, baby gamutos, and small dragons.
  • Giant Elk - The world's largest elk species. Descended from western elk. While irish elk isn't a true elk (but elk-like and larger than modern deer), giant elk is similar in size but is a true elk.
  • Reindeer - A large cervid found throughout Northern North America and Eurasia. Also known as caribous, they run in large herds similar to cattle or bison and have large antlers. Humans in ancient times used them for food and transportation.
  • Montanan Horse - A descendant of the mustang that migrated upward, they evolved thicker bodies and longer fur.
  • Yukon Wolf - A large species of wolf, descended from a group of gray wolves, common throughout the grasslands of the north. Yukon wolves have evolved to be similar to the dire wolves of ancient times, thus, instead of canis lupus, Yukon wolf's scientific name is canis maximus.
  • Gray Wolf - A large species of canine. Same species alive today.
  • Canadian Tiger - Evolved from tigers that escaped from zoos, they are common in areas of the grassland, with more trees. They mainly prey on elk, bison and horse. They are heavier than any modern type of tiger, reaching 900 pounds due to it being in an Ice Age. They feed on fish in the many Canadian lakes.
  • Northern Elk - A northern subspecies of elk, more adapted to colder climate. It is the most widespread of all the subspecies of elk.
  • American Fallow Deer - Descended from fallow deer introduced to North America by humans. They resemble a European fallow deer.
  • Plains Bison - A massive species of bovine (slightly bigger than their ancestors), that was almost driven to extinction during the time of man, when humans colonized North America.
  • Wood Bison - A subspecies of bison, widespread throughout North America. They are slightly bigger than modern bison.
  • Darwin's Bison - Descended from wood bison. They are herbivores like all bison species. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Greater Bison - Descended from introduced European bison that is now similar to the long-extinct steppe bison in appearance and in size. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Longhorn Bison - Descended from wood bison. They resemble the prehistoric Ice Age giant bison. They are the largest species of bison of North America. They often migrate with other bison species to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Lesser Bison - Descended from introduced European bison. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Wild Cattle - Descended from domestic cattle that no longer relies on humans. They resemble a cross between a blaarkop cattle and a highland cattle. They prefer the highland parts of the Ancestral Steppes.
  • American Yak - Descended from yaks that escaped from farms or zoos. They are close to their ancestors, but some subspecies are larger than modern yaks.
  • American Prairie Buffalo - Descended from African Cape Buffaloes that escaped from safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors, but in order to survive in the cold, they are now woolly (much like the American bison, another species of bovine that shares the same habitat). Prairie buffaloes often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Spotted Hyena - Descended from spotted hyenas that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They now have thicker fur than their ancestors to survive in the cold.
  • American Warthog - Descended from warthogs that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are now woollier and more social than their ancestors, with males as leaders of each herd. They can live in herds up to 60 members in each group.
  • Great Plains Zebra - Descended from plains zebras that escaped from zoos. They are now woollier and darker in fur color than their ancestors. They often migrate with herds of bison, buffaloes, guanacos, wildebeests, and Gutsman.EXEs to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Steppe Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that lives on the Ancestral Steppes. Unlike their ancestors (which fed on only leaves and berries), they now feed on grass in order to survive in grasslands. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with bison herds to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Wild Boar - Descended from European/Asian wild boars introduced to North America by humans. They are very close to their ancestors, but is no longer an invasive species.
  • Northern Peccary - Descended from peccaries that migrated to North America. They now have fat to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Wildcat - Descended from feral cats that now became truly wild. It resembles an Asian wildcat but with thicker coat of fur.
  • American Wild Sheep - Descended from feral sheep that now no longer relies on humans. They resemble their ancestors, but with legs similar to that of fast running animals such as ibex, in order to escape from predators, and they have horns similar to that of domestic goats.
  • American Ibex - Descended from ibex introduced to North America for sports hunting. They are similar to their ancestors, but now have fat to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Wild Ass - Descended from domestic donkeys that were introduced to North America by people and became wild. They resemble an African wild ass, but have thicker fur.
  • American Cheetah - Descended from African cheetahs introduced to North America by humans in the Late Holocene. They now have thick coat of fur to protect themselves against the cold, unlike their ancestors. Their favorite prey are gazelle, ibexes, deer, pronghorn, and wild sheep.
  • American Giraffe - Descended from African giraffes that escaped from zoos. They are now covered in long, thick fur to protect themselves against the cold. They are browner and darker in color than African, Asian, or European giraffes. They prefer the more forested parts of the ancestral steppes rather than open spaces, as they rely on trees to feed on leaves.
  • American Scimitar Oryx - A descendant of scimitar oryx that escaped from zoos, wildlife parks, or safari parks. They now have thick fur and is darker in fur color than its ancestors.
  • American Gemsbok - A descendant from gemsboks that either escaped from zoos or safari parks or were introduced to North America by humans for sports hunting. They have thicker fur and are browner in fur color than their ancestors.
  • American Gazelle - A descendant of Thompson's Gazelles that escaped from zoos. They now have longer and darker fur than their ancestors.
  • American Eland - A descendant of elands that escaped from zoos. They now have blubber for protection against the cold and now have darker fur than their ancestors.
  • American Kudu - Descended from greater kudus that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They now have thicker fur to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Gerenuk - A descendant of African Gerenuk that escaped from zoos. They now have woolly fur to protect themselves against the cold and they are now darker in color than their ancestors.
  • American Wildebeest - A descendant of wildebeests that escaped from zoos. They are now woollier and slightly less social than their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Baboon - A descendant from baboons that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are now woolly (unlike their ancestors) to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Prairie Macaque - Descended from Japanese macaques that were introduced to North America by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but is slightly more terrestrial and more baboon-like in size and features (intelligence, tails, etc.)
  • American Plains Tapir - Descended from mountain tapirs that migrated from South America. They are now covered in woolly fur to protect themselves from the cold.
  • Saiga Antelope - A species of antelope that is found everywhere, from Europe, to Asia, to North America.
  • American Prairie Camel - Descended from Dromedary Camels that escaped from zoos. They are woollier than their ancestors, thus they resembles a Bactrian camel, but with just one hump.
  • Mustang - A large equine that is present in western north America, it evolved in the late-Pleistocene, by horses that were introduced to the wild west and allowed to form feral populations, it was almost driven to extinction, but then after humans, its population grew by absorbing other feral horses.
  • Moose - The largest species of deer of this reign and the tallest native ungulate in the Ancestral Steppes.
  • American Mammoth - An elephant descended from woolly mammoths that were cloned in Late Holocene. They are the largest mammal herbivores of North America. They resemble a hybrid between a woolly mammoth and a columbian mammoth.
  • American Elephant - Also known as curvadon, it is descended from either African or Asian elephants that escaped from zoos. They are the second largest mammal herbivores of North America. They have woolly fur, unlike their ancestors.
  • American Woolly Rhinoceros - Despite its name, it's actually a rhino that is descended from white rhinoceroses that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They now have woolly fur on their bodies to survive in the cold. Because of this, they resemble the long-extinct woolly rhinoceros. They are the third largest mammal herbivores in this region of North America.
  • American Wild Dog - Descended from African wild dogs that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are now covered in thick fur to protect themselves against the cold. They are rivals to Prairie Wolves, as they hunt the same prey, Elk. But American wild dogs not only eat elks, they occasionaly hunt bighorn sheep, elands, tapirs, and monkeys.
  • Bighorn Sheep - A large species of sheep adapted to mountainous regions of the Great Plains. They are large, with brownish-red fur and large tan spiraled-curved horns, that help males battle for mates.
  • Coyote - A medium-sized species of canid. After lions became apex predators, coyotes became more adapted to being a scavenger and a hunter of small birds and rodents. They resemble a modern coyote, but are slightly larger and has thicker fur than other coyote species.
  • Northern Guanaco - In the late Holocene, guanacos migrated from South America to North America. They are larger then their ancestors, about the size of a sub-adult moose. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Jefferson's Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were cloned and brought back in the Late Holocene. They are the main prey items for greater bears, wolves, wild dogs, hyenas, tigers, and lions. They prefer the Forested parts of the ancestral steppes than open spaces, as they rely on trees to feed on leaves.
  • Grizzly Bear - A large subspecies of brown bear. It preys on young bison, elk, wild sheep, guanacos, and sometimes buffaloes, but also eats berries. They are primarily light brown, with dark brown patches on their face.
  • Pronghorn - A species of artiodactyl mammal indigenous to interior western and central North America.
  • American mastodon - Same as the extinct species. Revived via De-Extinction. Nothing much is changed.
  • Rabbucks were brought from After Man universe. It is is a herbivore. There are about 302 species of North American 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. North American rabbucks can sometimes migrate with zebras, buffaloes, bison, chalicotheres, guanacos, Gutsman.EXEs, Ceratopsids, and wildebeests.
  • Snowstalker - Man brought this animal from the Future Is Wild documentary universe. Despite competion with some large carnivores such as bears, snowstalkers managed to survive and thrive. To kill their prey such as shagrats deer or bison, they attack their victims with their saber teeth and wait until they die from blood loss.
  • Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size, Capybara-like marmot. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They live in herds up to 80 individuals.
  • 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).
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Victini - Victini is a small, rabbit-like Pokémon with large, pointed ears which form the letter V. It has large, blue eyes and a round, cream head, which is comparatively large compared to its small, cream body, while the tops of its ears, crest, and extremities are all orange. Its bulbous arms and legs are rounded to make a sort of "cuff" before ending with small, three-fingered hands and two-toed feet. It has two pointed teeth that can be seen on its upper jaw. It also has two cream winglike tails, which allows it to fly. Though timid, it is a caring Pokémon; it will fight if its friends are in danger.
  • Pikachu - A rabbit-sized mouse-like Pokemon species that produce electricity to protect themselves against predators (such as theropods, Bass.EXEs, etc.), except Elecman.EXEs as they are immune to all kinds of electric, even pikachu's electricity couldn't stop Elecman.EXEs from hunting pikachus, making Elecman.EXEs the pikachu's natural predators (Though it depends, Pikachu can learn a non electricity move called iron tail, but pikachus uses electricity more often, making them easy prey to Elecman.EXEs). They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Charizard - Charizard is a draconic, bipedal Pokémon. It is primarily orange with a cream underside from the chest to the tip of its tail, which burns with a sizable flame. Charizard has a long neck, small blue eyes, raised nostrils, and two blunt horns protruding from the back of its rectangular head. There are two fangs visible in the upper jaw when its mouth is closed. Two large wings with teal undersides sprout from its back, and a horn-like appendage juts out from the third joint of each wing. Charizard's arms are short and skinny compared to its robust belly, and each limb has three white claws. It has stocky legs and cream-colored soles under its feet. As Mega Charizard X, its body and legs appear more physically fit, though its arms remain thin. Its skin turns black with a sky blue underside extending from the lower jaw to the tip of the tail. Two spikes with blue tips curve upward from the front and back of each shoulder, while the tips of its horns sharpen, turn blue, and curve slightly upward. Its brow and claws are larger, its snout is shorter, and its eyes are now red with white pupils. It has two small, fin-like spikes under each horn and two more down its lower neck. The lower trims of its wings are divided into large, rounded points and each third joint is adorned with a claw-like spike. Mega Charizard X breathes blue flames out the sides of its mouth, and the flame on its tail now burns blue with increased heat. When Mega Evolved as Mega Charizard Y, this Pokémon becomes more sleek and expansive in appearance, but retains its normal coloration. However, it now has white pupils. It has three pointed horns on the back of its head, the middle of which is longer. Its shorter snout has larger fangs and a ridge on the nose. Its neck is shorter and its hands are much smaller, but its torso and legs are longer. Small wings develop on its wrists, while the ones on its back become larger and now have ragged edges. The back of its tail has a large thorn at the base and three smaller ones near the tip, which now burns with a longer flame. Mega Charizard Y is said to have incredible flying prowess, being able to reach incredible heights. This Pokémon flies in search of powerful opponents to battle, and its fire will burn hotter as it gains experience. Its fiery breath is capable of melting boulders, massive glaciers, and has been known to accidentally cause forest fires. Charizard typically inhabit mountains and valleys.
  • Metagross - Metagross is a robotic Pokémon with a turquoise, disc-shaped body and four legs. The main body appears to serve as both head and body, and this Pokémon’s overall construction gives it the appearance of a mechanized arachnid. It uses its heavy body to pin down its prey before consuming them with its large mouth. A large, metallic cross is situated in the center of its face. On either side of the cross, a red eye peers out from a space in Metagross's metallic armor. Its four legs are joined to the main body by ball-and-socket joints. While the upper portion of the legs is relatively thin, they are considerably thicker below the knee. Each leg has three short claws on the end and a flat, blunt protrusion extending over the knee. The legs can be tucked in, allowing Metagross to float in the air. As Mega Metagross, it constantly floats, and its legs become arms. The cross on its face turn pale gold, and it gains two small holes and a spike immediately below the cross, giving the impression of a goatee. Its multiple brains process information simultaneously, enabling it to calmly assess the tide of a battle and defeat its opponent with accuracy. Mega Metagross also uses the psychic power inside its body to launch powerful attacks. Its claws are hard as steel and can easily smash even large chunks of rocks. Metagross is the result of two Metang fusing together. This gives Metagross four brains in total, all connected by a complex network of neurons. Because of these complex connections and the number of brains, this Pokémon is capable of complex calculations and is more intelligent than a supercomputer. It uses its intelligence to analyze its opponents during battle. This Pokémon can be found on rough terrains.
  • Taurosaurus - Its name means bull reptile. They are descended from Zuniceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to (but larger, about 4 times bigger than) their ancestors. Unlike triceratops, they don't have nose horns.
  • Megarex - A hybrid. It's actually a rausuchian hybrid. 35 tons. They have apatosaurus DNA for their size. Stegosaurus DNA for their thagomizer. Charizard DNA for fire breathing. Metagross DNA for armor. Lastly crobat DNA for speed
  • Torterra - Torterra is a bulky quadruped Pokémon resembling a tortoise, with a large shell covering its back. There is a single, oak-like tree and three triangular, stony extensions resembling mountain peaks on the top of the shell. There is a patch of brown, resembling soil, next to the tree. A white rim surrounds the shell, and forms a diamond-shaped continuation on the front. Torterra's body appears sectioned, with the upper half being green and the lower half brown. Its mouth is jagged and at the end of its snout is a dark brown beak, giving it the appearance of a snapping turtle. Its lower jaw is green and there are two large spikes protruding from its cheeks. Torterra's small, red eyes are encircled by a black ring. Its legs are thick and they have four toes each, which appear as if they are actually jagged stones. There are three toes on the front and one on the heel. Torterra's large and clean shell supports the lives of many small Pokémon, which occasionally gather and build their nests upon the shell. Some are born and spend their entire life there. Torterra migrate in search of water, creating the illusion of "moving forests". However, it is typically immobile.
  • Raizex - Raizex are high up in the food chain. They are known to be predators and have been found to feed on Herbivore like Mosswine and Aptonoth. Raizekusu have also been observed eating Neopteron like Vespoid and lesser predators like Velocidrome. Despite being top predators, Raizekusu have to compete with other large predatory monsters like Rathalos, Najarala, Seregios, and Seltas Queen. It also has to compete with rare, powerful monsters like Rajang, Deviljho, and Elder Dragons. Raizex's whole body is an electrical organ. As a Raizekusu fights and becomes more active, certain body parts will begin to charge up with electricity quickly. Its tail, wings, and crest are the only parts of its body that will become electrically charged. This can easily be seen by looking for green surges of electricity on those parts of its body. The more charged up it is, the more range and power its electrical attacks have. Throughout the Raizekusu's whole body is a razor-sharp shell covered in spikes. This shell can easily cut up prey with just a single touch. Raizekusu's flying abilities are comparable to a Rathalos with the help of its powerful wings. Its wings are tough, covered in spikes, and are even used as weapons on the ground. The wings can also produce a special electrical charge used for capturing prey. Its pincer-like tail is used for capturing prey and paralyzing prey.
  • Garchomp - Garchomp is a bipedal, dragon-like Pokémon that is primarily dark blue, with a red underbelly that covers from the middle of its abdomen, to its jaws, and then to the undersides of its arms. Underneath the red is a gold diamond shape as well a gold cross on its snout. Garchomp has appendages that resemble a jet or plane's engines, giving it an appearance similar to a hammerhead. It has four fins, one on each arm, one dorsal fin and another on its tail that resembles a shark tailfin. The male's dorsal fin has a notch on it. It has spikes on its hind limbs and arms as well as sharper claws than its previous evolution. Its eyes have black scleras and gold-colored irises. Its pupils have shrunk. When Garchomp Mega Evolves, it grows in size and several of its features become more angular, including its head and shoulders. Ten spikes sprout from the sides of its abdomen, two spikes on the bottom of each arm, and its hands morph into sharp, red blades. Red spikes also begin to sprout from its knees. Garchomp can fly at an incredible speed—helped by the fine scales on its body that reduce drag—to catch its prey. Garchomp are cave-dwellers, and are seldom.
  • Tyrannitar - A large, theropod dinosaur-like Pokémon species that are semiaquatic. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now 171 species of tyrannitars, ranging from 1 foot/40 pound critters to 20 foot/3 ton beasts.
  • Tyrantrum - Tyrantrum is a large, dinosaurian Pokémon, closely resembling theropods like Tyrannosaurus. It is predominantly brick-red in coloration, with scaly patterns on its skin and scattered orange highlights on some of the scales and ridges. The underbelly is gray with white borders, and it has a long tail with two orange spikes near the tip. Its small forelimbs have only two black clawed digits, but it has powerful hind legs with three sharp, black talons. Plated, armor-like ridges are found on the front of the legs and down the back and tail. Spiky, white "fluff", similar to the primitive feathers on many dinosaurs, extends into a cape-like fringe around the neck. Additional feathering forms a prominent beard on the lower jaw, which is otherwise gray in coloration. Its head is proportionally large, with a ridged snout and powerful jaws. The lower jaw is lined with pointed teeth, and the upper jaw features a number of tooth-like projections which are also highlighted orange. Its eyes appear to have black sclera with white irises. An orange, five-pointed crest extends from the snout above the eyes and point backwards, giving it the appearance of wearing a crown. Before its extinction, wild Tyrantrum used to live 100 million years ago, when its powerful jaw conferred its status as an unmatched predator. Since it was considered invincible in the ancient world, it behaved like a king.
  • Cranidos - A gray, pachycephalosaur dinosaur-like Pokémon species. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now 231 species of cranidos, ranging from 2 foot long toddlers to 20 foot long creatures.
  • Rampardos - A large, gray colored, pachycephalosaur dinosaur-like Pokémon species. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now 183 species of rampardoses, ranging from 12 foot long critters to 30 foot long beasts.
  • Ankylodontosaurus - Descended from saltasaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but their armor has fused to become ankylosaurus-like armor so it is better protected from most predators. They also now have a shunosaurus/ankylosaurus-like tail club.
  • Carcharodontotherium - Descended from plateosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are named because of the shape of their teeth's base, which resembles that of a shark. Despite this, they are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Megadontosauroides - Descended from utahraptors that inhabits the steppes. They share the niche of tyrannosaurs, allosaurs, and carcharodontosaurs. They are carnivores. They are about 38-50 feet long and 9-14 tons. They resemble a hyrbid between a utahraptor and an allosaurus.
  • Titanosuchus - A group of land crocodiles. That hunt sauropods (depending on species, if small they hunt smaller sauropods, if large they hunt giant sauropods). From 1 ton midgets to 15 Ton Giants. They are also fast runners. Capable of smelling sauropod Heards 10 miles away.
  • Xianhosaurus - Genetically modified to be a 4 legged Theropod. They are the most successful theropods of North America. With 169 species alone. From 30 Kilogram critters to 10 ton monsters. They are extremely smart and smaller species make great pets too. Their senses are incredible too.
  • Phobodon - The most strangest theropods ever. Having a DNA of Helicoprion and parahelicoprion. These monsters now have teeth that is used to cut prey with no problem. They still have their legs. But they now have a dorsal fin and a shark tail. They also have DNA of Snakes. Used to inject their venom with their huge saber teeth in the upper jaw. They have smilodon DNA used for their saber teeth and ceratopsian DNA for horns. And therizinosaurus DNA for huge claws. Crocodile DNA used to regrow their saber teeth And lastly sauropod DNA for their size. 27 tons and 60 feet. Hunts sauropods,stegosaurs, stegoceratops and hadrosaurs.
  • Indominus - Indominus is a hybrid that can run up to speeds of 30 mph when confined in its paddock with its roar alone reaching 140db-160db, as loud as the liftoff and landing of a Boeing 747 airplane. Indominus rex has spiky osteoderms across its body and horns above its eye orbits, traits that originated from the DNA of various abelisaurs used in its creation. Its osteoderms are extremely tough, being able to withstand fire from a GE M134 Minigun and even an indirect hit from an AT4 rocket launcher. It also has well-developed forelimbs from Therizinosaurus complete with opposable thumbs and a giant sickle claw on each middle finger that I. rex uses to grab prey. Its long arms also allows it to become semi-quadrupedal. A single swipe of its claws is able to incapacitate, and several were able to kill even giant sauropods like Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brontosaurus, and other sauropod species, although they prefer ceratopsians and other dinosaurs (as well as mammals now, instead). It is able to change color from the cuttlefish used in its creation, which is used as camouflage in hunting, but also helped the hybrid grow at a quick rate. Their base skin color is a grayish white with eyes whose sclera are red-orange. The teeth of Indominus is tyrannosaurid which must have came from its base genome T. rex and were exposed like a crocodile. Due to this bit of instability, its teeth varies in size, often jutting out at unnatural angles and many can be broken. Indominus rex has a total of 74 teeth. The Indominus' lower jaw is slightly longer than the upper jaw, which gives it something of an underbite. Another trait that came from Tyrannosaurus being in its gene pool, the hybrid inherites the massively strong bite force it has, which Indominus use to even crush a bullet-proof Gyrosphere or break the neck of an Ankylosaurus. Its large size is attributed to Giganotosaurus. Interestingly, I. rex can reach 50 ft as an adult when none of the theropods, including Giganotosaurus, used in its creation could reach this length. The cause of this surpassed length in the hybrid is unknown. The tree frog DNA, which was intended to help them adapt to the climate of Isla Nublar, had allowed it to remove its own thermal signature. The hybrid can also detect the thermal signatures of others as well due to the pit adder DNA. The snake DNA may also be the reason why it can open its jaws wider than any of InGen's cloned theropods. Finally, the Velociraptor DNA used in Indominus creation gives it a high level of intelligence as well as the ability to communicate with JP (Jurassic Park) Velociraptor individuals. Good examples of its intelligence being one of the Indominus's plan of making everyone think she escaped and her ability to remember when and where they inserted her tracking implant. Though they do hunt for food, one known I. rex was shown to kill mainly for sport, though Indominus don't hunt for sports anymore, which can have negative impact to all animals. This individual also was known to have committed cannibalism, as she killed and ate her own sibling, which was the first thing she did as soon as she hatched. However, since the I. rex who had exhibited these traits had a rough upbringing these behaviors may not be natural. The cannibalism could have came from either Majungasaurus DNA or T. rex DNA or both since both theropods have fossil evidence of cannibalism, though the rough upbringing suggests that it could be a mental illness of some sort seen in this individual.
  • Stegoceratops - Stegoceratops is a hybrid of Stegosaurus, Triceratops, a beetle and a snake. Having plates and a thagomizer of stegosaurus. 17 tons. Very defensive even Phobodon has to be careful.

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.
  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group. They often migrate with herds of bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.

Frozen SeawayEdit

This place was once a seaway, but became frozen due to an Ice Age. Here, there are many species of monsters from monster hunter universe that lives in the frozen seaways of North America, ranging from the shark-like zamtrios to the mammoth-like gamuto.

MammalsEdit

  • Gamuto - Pretty much a mammoth with some armor. They are massive though. 20 tons. Nothing much other than the attacks. It's also from the monster hunter universe.
  • Woolly Mammoth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were brought back in the Late Holocene. They are closely related to Asian elephants and monster hunter's gamutos.
  • Northern Ground Sloth - Descended from Shasta ground sloth that lives in the frozen seaway. They are mostly herbivores, but can feed on dead animals to supplement their diet. They are similar to their ancestors, but with slightly thicker and darker fur to survive the cold.
  • New American Lion - Descended from Asian/African lions that escaped from zoos. They are known to hunt baby mammoths, baby gamutos, and small dragons.
  • Giant Elk - The world's largest elk species. Descended from western elk. While irish elk isn't a true elk (but elk-like and larger than modern deer), giant elk is similar in size but is a true elk.
  • Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size, Capybara-like marmot. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They live in herds up to 80 individuals.
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Woolly howl - A dragon From HTTYD. 7 tons.
  • Zinogre - A thunder wolf wyvern thing from the monster hunter universe. 8 tons
  • Snoggletog wraith - An extremely rare breed of woolly howl. White in Color and green in some parts.
  • Groncicle - Basically an ice gronckle. A bit heavier than the gronckle though.
  • Barioth - A monster from the monster hunter universe. Literally a sabertooth cat dragon. Really agile. 8 tons.
  • Tigrex - A monster from the monster hunter universe. Nicknamed the roaring wyvern. 8 tons. They can run up to 50 mph (According to the monster hunter universe). They can roar so loud that it sends you flying and hurt you a lot (According to the monster hunter universe). 8 tons.
  • Glacial Agnaktor - Normal Agnaktor lives in volcanoes (YES believe it or not monster hunter monsters can live in volcanoes). Can go underground, in walls etc. It's Also a leviathan (According to the monster hunter universe). 8 tons.
  • Ukanlos - A monster hunter monster. A close relative to the pseudo wyverns (Tigrex, Barioth, Nargacuga etc). They are massive (Much bigger than a tigrex). 25 tons. Can roar so loud that it can hurt you a lot and send you flying (Like other pseudo wyverns such as tigrex and akantor).
  • Seregios - An invasive species of monster hunter's wyvern. Though they don't really change the ecosystem too much. 8 tons.
  • Brachydios - What's crazy about this brute wyvern (A 2 two legged and 2 armed wyvern that can't fly even though it's obviously a dinosaur) is that it's "Slime" can explode. It's slime is usually in the tip of its head and arms. They lick if they ran out of slimes. They can jump really high. The tip of their head is really long and robust. It's from the monster hunter universe. 8 tons.
  • Deviljho - A brute wyvern from the monster hunter universe. 60 feet long and 20 tons (According to the mh universe it's 60 feet). They are rarely full and almost always eat. They are nomadic and don't have a territory of their own.
  • Tundrutroodon - Descended from escaped troodons. They became more adaptable in the cold by evolving thick feathers and some blubber. They have a Majungasaurus-like niche. They are carnivores. Unlike their ancestors, they are canabalistic. They can grow to about 28 feet long and 3 tons.
  • Jade Barroth - Normal Barroth live in desert areas. Jade Barroth lives in cold areas. A brute wyvern from the monster hunter universe. This guy has a massive head. 8 tons.
  • Arctic Fury - Descended from night furies that developed antifreeze in their blood to survive the cold. They are white in color, rather than black, unlike their ancestors. They are more aggressive, stronger, and less intelligent than their ancestors (since brawns are better than brains when you adapt to the cold, much like how neanderthals adapted to the cold, while homo sapiens lived in warm-hot places). Arctic furies are carnivores.

AmphibiansEdit

  • Zamtrios - A monster hunter monster. 8 tons. They can have ice armor AND can puff up into a giant ball.

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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.

Great PlainsEdit

The great plains of central north America are home to a variety of animals. It is primarily supported by the Colorado river.

MammalsEdit

  • Victini - A small, rabbit-like legendary fire type Pokémon species with large, pointed ears which form the letter V. It has large, blue eyes and a round, cream head, which is comparatively large compared to its small, cream body, while the tops of its ears, crest, and extremities are all orange. Its bulbous arms and legs are rounded to make a sort of "cuff" before ending with small, three-fingered hands and two-toed feet. It has two pointed teeth that can be seen on its upper jaw. It also has two cream winglike tails, which allows it to fly. Though timid, it is a caring Pokémon; it will fight if its friends are in danger. It's a 90% chance that they will win a fight (That's why it's called victini). It's v shaped ears can glow and will make itself more powerful. They are elusive to find.
  • Pikachu - A rabbit-sized mouse-like Pokemon species that produce electricity to protect themselves against predators (such as theropods, Bass.EXEs, etc.), except Elecman.EXEs as they are immune to all kinds of electric, even pikachu's electricity couldn't stop Elecman.EXEs from hunting pikachus, making Elecman.EXEs the pikachu's natural predators (Though it depends. Pikachu can learn a non electricity move called iron tail). They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Common Dylanus - A species of dylanus native to North America. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today. Dylanuses in the Great Plains depended on Gutsmen.EXEs for protection against Bass.EXEs, Elecmen.EXEs, and killer dylanuses.
  • American Killer Dylanus - The world's only killer dylanus, it is almost fully carnivorous. Same species alive today.
  • American Running Dylanus - Descended from Florida running dylanus. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Flashlight Dylanus - Descended from genetically engineered domestic dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids that escaped from laboratories. They were made by using the flashlight fish's genes/dna to give a dylanus a pair of light organs (along with bioluminescent bacteria) on their cheeks. These dylanus's are nocturnal, waking up to search for fruits and some nocturnal animals during nighttime. When the flashlight dylanus wants to "shine" to search for potential meals or danger, they open their light organs, if they're done with their light organs for now, they close them up (they close and open their light organs much like the flashlight fish). Their flashlight organs are used to attract their smaller prey (as flashlights and other bright objects can attract herbivores and other prey), but the flashlight organs are also used to stun or frighten away most predators (such as wolves, tyrant coyotes, cougars, bears, predatory dinosaurs, Elecmen.EXEs, and almost all predators) as their flashlight organs were also made to act like weapons (due to that humans modified them so the genetically altered dylanuses could defend for themselves and survive without protection from humans, but the flashlight dylanus themselves are immune to their own "shine"), but one predator is immune to the dylanus's flashlight organs, Bass.EXEs are immmune to the glow of the flashlight dylanus, so the Bass.EXEs are the most deadly predator to the flashlight dylanus. Unlike the American common dylanus, heatwater isn't its main habitat (only used if the Bass.EXEs are hunting them), but land is its main habitat. Unlike their ancestors, they can no longer talk (due to their dna was slightly altered a bit by humans), instead they make low-pitch rumbles, grunts, growls, snarls, and bellows as part of their communications. They are omnivores that feed on fruits, mushrooms (yes, the dylanuses were also modified so they could eat all kinds of native and non-native mushrooms of North America with no signs of being poisoned or getting sick from mushrooms), insects, crustaceans, fish, frogs, small reptiles, and smaller mammals. They resemble a hybrid between the American common dylanus and a domestic dylanus, but with a flashlight organs on its cheeks like the ones found on flashlight fishes.
  • Plains Bison - A massive species of bovine (slightly bigger than their ancestors), that was almost driven to extinction during the time of man, when humans colonized North America.
  • Darwin's Bison - Descended from wood bison that migrated into the plains. They are herbivores like all bison species. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Greater Bison - Descended from introduced European bison that is now similar to the long-extinct steppe bison in appearance and in size. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Longhorn Bison - Descended from wood bison that mirgated to the plains. They resemble the prehistoric Ice Age giant bison. They are the largest species of bison of North America. They often migrate with other bison species to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Lesser Bison - Descended from introduced European bison. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • North American 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 302 species of North American 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. North American rabbucks can sometimes migrate with zebras, buffaloes, bison, chalicotheres, guanacos, Gutsman.EXEs, Ceratopsids, and wildebeests.
  • Snowstalker - Man brought this animal from the Future Is Wild documentary universe. Despite competion with some large carnivores such as bears, snowstalkers managed to survive and thrive. To kill their prey such as shagrats deer or bison, they attack their victims with their saber teeth and wait until they die from blood loss.
  • Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size, Capybara-like marmot. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They live in herds up to 80 individuals.
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Girelephant - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore that is closely related to an elephant. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Ground Whale - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore that feeds on plants and tiny animals. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Wild Cattle - Descended from domestic cattle that no longer relies on humans. They resemble a cross between a blaarkop cattle and a highland cattle. They prefer the highland parts of the great plains.
  • American Yak - Descended from yaks that escaped from farms or zoos. They are close to their ancestors, but some subspecies are larger than modern yaks.
  • American Prairie Buffalo - Descended from African Cape Buffaloes that escaped from safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors, but in order to survive in the cold, they are now woolly (much like the American bison, another species of bovine that shares the same habitat). Prairie buffaloes often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Spotted Hyena - Descended from spotted hyenas that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They now have thicker fur than their ancestors to survive in the cold.
  • New Dire Wolf - Descended from a group of gray wolves that is more predatory than their ancestors. They resemble the long-extinct dire wolf, hence their name.
  • American Plains Tiger - Descended from tigers that escaped from zoos. Their favorite prey are bison, buffaloes, wild cattle, boars, peccaries, tapirs, monkeys, Ibex, and deer.
  • American Warthog - Descended from warthogs that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are now woollier and more social than their ancestors, with males as leaders of each herd. They can live in herds up to 60 members in each group.
  • Great Plains Zebra - Descended from plains zebras that escaped from zoos. They are now woollier and darker in fur color than their ancestors. They often migrate with herds of bison, buffaloes, guanacos, wildebeests, and Gutsman.EXEs to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Great Plains Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that lives on the Great Plains. Unlike their ancestors (which fed on only leaves and berries), they now feed on grass in order to survive in grasslands. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with bison herds to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Wild Boar - Descended from European/Asian wild boars introduced to North America by humans. They are very close to their ancestors, but is no longer an invasive species.
  • Northern Peccary - Descended from peccaries that migrated to North America. They now have fat to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Wildcat - Descended from feral cats that now became truly wild. It resembles an Asian wildcat but with thicker coat of fur.
  • American Wild Sheep - Descended from feral sheep that now no longer relies on humans. They resemble their ancestors, but with legs similar to that of fast running animals such as ibex, in order to escape from predators, and they have horns similar to that of domestic goats.
  • American Ibex - Descended from ibex introduced to North America for sports hunting. They are similar to their ancestors, but now have fat to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Wild Ass - Descended from domestic donkeys that were introduced to North America by people and became wild. They resemble an African wild ass, but have thicker fur.
  • American Cheetah - Descended from African cheetahs introduced to North America by humans in the Late Holocene. They now have thick coat of fur to protect themselves against the cold, unlike their ancestors. Their favorite prey are gazelle, ibexes, deer, pronghorn, and wild sheep.
  • Greater Bear - Descended from grizzly bears that is more carnivorous than their ancestors. Some species resemble the long-extinct cave bears, while others resembles the another long-extinct bear, short-faced bear.
  • American Giraffe - Descended from African giraffes that escaped from zoos. They are now covered in long, thick fur to protect themselves against the cold. They are browner and darker in color than African, Asian, or European giraffes. They prefer the more forested parts of the great plains than open spaces, as they rely on trees to feed on leaves.
  • American Scimitar Oryx - A descendant of scimitar oryx that escaped from zoos, wildlife parks, or safari parks. They now have thick fur and is darker in fur color than its ancestors.
  • American Gemsbok - A descendant from gemsboks that either escaped from zoos or safari parks or were introduced to North America by humans for sports hunting. They have thicker fur and are browner in fur color than their ancestors.
  • American Gazelle - A descendant of Thompson's Gazelles that escaped from zoos. They now have longer and darker fur than their ancestors.
  • American Eland - A descendant of elands that escaped from zoos. They now have blubber for protection against the cold and now have darker fur than their ancestors.
  • American Gerenuk - A descendant of African Gerenuk that escaped from zoos. They now have woolly fur to protect themselves against the cold and they are now darker in color than their ancestors.
  • American Wildebeest - A descendant of wildebeests that escaped from zoos. They are now woollier and slightly less social than their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Baboon - A descendant from baboons that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are now woolly (unlike their ancestors) to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Prairie Macaque - Descended from Japanese macaques that were introduced to North America by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but is slightly more terrestrial and more baboon-like in size and features (intelligence, tails, etc.)
  • American Plains Tapir - Descended from mountain tapirs that migrated from South America. They are now covered in woolly fur to protect themselves from the cold.
  • Great Plains Vampire Bat - Descended from vampire bats that migrated from South America to North America because of the tapirs, which has harder skin than most mammals. Unlike most other bats (including their ancestors), they now have antifreeze in their blood to survive the cold.
  • Prairie wolf - A large species of gray wolf. It is the result of the mixing of the rocky mountain wolf subspecies and the buffalo wolf subspecies. It's main prey is elk.
  • Elk - A large cervid and the main food source for wolves. It prefers more forested areas of the great plains, rather than open space.
  • Saiga Antelope - A species of antelope that is found everywhere, from Europe, to Asia, to North America.
  • American Prairie Camel - Descended from Dromedary Camels that escaped from zoos. They are woollier than their ancestors, thus they resembles a Bactrian camel, but with just one hump.
  • Mustang - A large equine that is present in western north America, it evolved in the late-Pleistocene, by horses that were introduced to the wild west and allowed to form feral populations, it was almost driven to extinction, but then after humans, its population grew by absorbing other feral horses.
  • Moose - The largest species of deer and the tallest native ungulate in the Great Plains.
  • American Mammoth - An elephant descended from woolly mammoths that were cloned in Late Holocene. They are less woolly than their ancestors since the great plains don't get as cold as Siberia. They are the largest herbivores of North America. They resemble the long-extinct Columbian mammoth.
  • Prairie lion - During the eviction of man, lions escaped from zoos and safari parks by climbing over dead-electric fences. They adapted to the colder climate, by growing thicker fur and a larger mane. They also are a browner in color than African lions. They serve as the main predator for the bison and is the apex predator of the great plains.
  • American Elephant - Also known as curvadon, it is descended from either African or Asian elephants that escaped from zoos. They are the second largest herbivores of North America. They have woolly fur, unlike their ancestors.
  • American Woolly Rhinoceros - Despite its name, it's actually a rhino that is descended from white rhinoceroses that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They now have woolly fur on their bodies to survive in the cold. Because of this, they resemble the long-extinct woolly rhinoceros. They are the third largest herbivores in this region of North America.
  • American Wild Dog - Descended from African wild dogs that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are now covered in thick fur to protect themselves against the cold. They are rivals to Prairie Wolves, as they hunt the same prey, Elk. But American wild dogs not only eat elks, they occasionaly hunt bighorn sheep, elands, tapirs, and monkeys.
  • Bighorn Sheep - A large species of sheep adapted to mountainous regions of the Great Plains. They are large, with brownish-red fur and large tan spiraled-curved horns, that help males battle for mates.
  • Coyote - A medium-sized species of canid. After lions became apex predators, coyotes became more adapted to being a scavenger and a hunter of small birds and rodents.
  • Northern Guanaco - In the late Holocene, guanacos migrated from South America to North America. They are larger then their ancestors, about the size of a large domestic llama. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Jefferson's Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were cloned and brought back in the Late Holocene. They are the main prey items for greater bears, wolves, wild dogs, hyenas, tigers, and lions. They prefer the Forested parts of the great plains than open spaces, as they rely on trees to feed on leaves.
  • Grizzly Bear - A large subspecies of brown bear. It preys on young bison, elk, wild sheep, guanacos, and sometimes buffaloes, but also eats berries. They are primarily light brown, with dark brown patches on their face.
  • Pronghorn - A species of artiodactyl mammal indigenous to interior western and central North America.
  • American Mastodon - Same as the extinct species. Revived via De-Extinction. Nothing much is changed.
  • Prairie Dog - A large species of ground-dwelling squirrel relative. Same species alive today.
  • Black-Footed Ferret - A species of weasel native to North America. It was almost killed off to extinction by humans, but without humans (homo sapiens), their prey, the prairie dogs, had recovered and the population grew, allowing the black-footed ferret to also recover and their population also grew. Same species alive today.
  • American Vampire - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Humans took so many characters and species from different universe, one of them is a vampire (from 1930's-1950's Dracula films). When man left earth, vampires broke out from universal zoos. They are no longer evil creatures, unlike their ancestors, It can now reproduce by giving birth to live young and no longer reproduce by turning humans into vampires (since humans are now gone). They are carnivores, drinking blood from small mammals, bovines (if careful enough), chalicotheres, small dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)Edit

  • New Tapinocephalus - Descended from Tapinocephalus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • North American Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Northern Lystrosaurus - Descended from Lystrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Dicynodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Diictodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Moschops - Descended from Moschops that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • North American Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • Bald Eagle - A large species of sea eagle, that preys on fish and small mammals. It gets it's name from the white-feathers it possess on it's head. Same species alive today.
  • American Ostrich - Descended from African ostriches that escaped from zoos, safari parks, or wildlife parks. They are covered in woolly feathers stretching from its feet to its head to keep the birds warm, unlike their ancestors.
  • Ostrichsaur - In the Late Holocene, man mastered reverse evolution. They devolved many animals they want to resemble their ancestors. One of them were ostriches. They are mostly herbivorous, but can feed on insects and fish. They resemble a hybrid between an ostrich, an emu, a troodon, and an ornithomimid. There are 147 species Ostrichsaurs, ranging from chicken size to genyornis sized ones. Some Ostrichsaur species often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • American Moa - Descended from genetically altered Moas that escaped from laboratories. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, other than they are faster and more alert due to predators.
  • Prairie Chickensaur - Evolved from chickens that were genetically engineered to reverse from birds back to dinosaurs. This species of chickensaur is the fastest species of chickensaur, reaching speeds up to about 36 mph.
  • Neo-Brontornis - Trading hollow bones to heavy bones. A power house of a bird. 4 meters tall and 1.9 tons. With massive bite force. Even young mammoths, young elephants, and young mastodons have to fear this bird.
  • Titanofavis - The largest North American terror bird. 17 feet tall and 3.2 tons. They are the natural predator of Gutsman.EXEs, along with Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs (Allosaurids, Chararodontosaurs, etc.), Acrocanthosaurs, and Tyrannosaurs.
  • Piranhakeet - This monstrous critter was brought back from the Croods universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are the most feared predator of North America, hunting anything about as large as a peccary. They are similar to their ancestors, but could no longer hunt anything larger than a peccary due to competition from dragons, pterosaurs, and dinosaurs.
  • Ramu - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Turkey Fish - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. Despite its name, it is not a hybrid between a turkey and a fish, it is actually a giant flightless bird that still retained teeth. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Impalamingo - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Deinomonstrus - Descended from the 50 foot long theropod named after the disease (The theropod is called osteoporosia). The size of deinospinax. The undisputed king of North America, but it is mostly a scavenger due to its giant size.
  • North American Eoraptor - Descended from eoraptor that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Abelisaur - Descended from Majungasaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are cannibalistic carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Suchomimus - Descended from suchomimus that lives in North American. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Baryonyx - Descended from Baryonyx that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Ceratosaur - Descended from Ceratosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 93 species of American Ceratosaurs. They usually hunt Ornithopodus, Iguanodonts, and Stegosaurs, but can hunt Hadrosaurs, ostrich-dinosaurs, and large mammals.
  • American Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 131 species of American ostrich-dinosaurs. They range in size from turkey size to Ornithomimus sized ones. The great plains species of ostrich-dinosaurs often migrate with bison herds to search for new feeding grounds. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, roots, tuber, shoots, insects, washed up fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs from other animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Prairie Desmatosuchus - Descended from Desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 95 species of prairie Desmatosuchus. They range in size from the size of an iguana to Desmatosuchus sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Notosuchid - Descended from notosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Mesozoic reptile houses. There are about 152 species of Notosuchids. They range in size from Nile monitor size to saltwater crocodile sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Simosuchoid - Descended from Simosuchus that lives in the Great Plains. There are 139 species of Simosuchoids. They range in size from the size of a house cat to alligator sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Ankylosaur - Descended from Ankylosaurus. There are 41 species of North American Ankylosaurs. They range in size from the size of a Polacanthus to Ankylosaurus sized ones. They are herbivores.
  • Acrocanthosaur - There are 55 species of Acrocanthosaurs. They usually hunt Hadrosaurs and Sauropods, but can hunt Iguanodonts and large mammals. They ranged in size from 3 tons to 7 ton Giants.
  • Allosaur - There are 57 species of Allosaurs. They usually hunt Ornithopodus, Stegosaurs, and Sauropods, but can hunt Iguanodonts, Hadrosaurs, and large mammals. They range in size from Megalosaurus size to Acrocanthosaurus sized ones.
  • Carcharodontosaur - There are 54 species of Carcharodontosaurs. Mostly hunts sauropods, large mammals, hadrosaurs, and iguanodonts. They ranged in size from 4 to 9 tons.
  • Indominus - Indominus is a hybrid that can run up to speeds of 30 mph when confined in its paddock with its roar alone reaching 140db-160db, as loud as the liftoff and landing of a Boeing 747 airplane. Indominus rex has spiky osteoderms across its body and horns above its eye orbits, traits that originated from the DNA of various abelisaurs used in its creation. Its osteoderms are extremely tough, being able to withstand fire from a GE M134 Minigun and even an indirect hit from an AT4 rocket launcher. It also has well-developed forelimbs from Therizinosaurus complete with opposable thumbs and a giant sickle claw on each middle finger that I. rex uses to grab prey. Its long arms also allows it to become semi-quadrupedal. A single swipe of its claws is able to incapacitate, and several were able to kill even giant sauropods like Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brontosaurus, and other sauropod species, although they prefer ceratopsians and other dinosaurs (as well as mammals now, instead). It is able to change color from the cuttlefish used in its creation, which is used as camouflage in hunting, but also helped the hybrid grow at a quick rate. Their base skin color is a grayish white with eyes whose sclera are red-orange. The teeth of Indominus is tyrannosaurid which must have came from its base genome T. rex and were exposed like a crocodile. Due to this bit of instability, its teeth varies in size, often jutting out at unnatural angles and many can be broken. Indominus rex has a total of 74 teeth. The Indominus' lower jaw is slightly longer than the upper jaw, which gives it something of an underbite. Another trait that came from Tyrannosaurus being in its gene pool, the hybrid inherites the massively strong bite force it has, which Indominus use to even crush a bullet-proof Gyrosphere or break the neck of an Ankylosaurus. Its large size is attributed to Giganotosaurus. Interestingly, I. rex can reach 50 ft as an adult when none of the theropods, including Giganotosaurus, used in its creation could reach this length. The cause of this surpassed length in the hybrid is unknown. The tree frog DNA, which was intended to help them adapt to the climate of Isla Nublar, had allowed it to remove its own thermal signature. The hybrid can also detect the thermal signatures of others as well due to the pit adder DNA. The snake DNA may also be the reason why it can open its jaws wider than any of InGen's cloned theropods. Finally, the Velociraptor DNA used in Indominus creation gives it a high level of intelligence as well as the ability to communicate with JP (Jurassic Park) Velociraptor individuals. Good examples of its intelligence being one of the Indominus's plan of making everyone think she escaped and her ability to remember when and where they inserted her tracking implant. Though they do hunt for food, one known I. rex was shown to kill mainly for sport, though Indominus don't hunt for sports anymore, which can have negative impact to all animals. This individual also was known to have committed cannibalism, as she killed and ate her own sibling, which was the first thing she did as soon as she hatched. However, since the I. rex who had exhibited these traits had a rough upbringing these behaviors may not be natural. The cannibalism could have came from either Majungasaurus DNA or T. rex DNA or both since both theropods have fossil evidence of cannibalism, though the rough upbringing suggests that it could be a mental illness of some sort seen in this individual.
  • Tyrannosaur - There are 59 species of Tyrannosaurs. They hunt Hadrosaurs, Iguanodonts, and large mammals. They range in size from 2 tons to 8 tons.
  • Dromaeosaur - There are 74 species of Dromaeosaurs. They are carnivores. They range in size from 30 pounds to 600 pounds.
  • Tyrannodontoraptor - Descended from JP (Jurassic Park) velociraptors that were brought from Jurassic Park and Jurassic World universes. They are the most deadly native carnivore of North America. They are one of the main rivals to gray wolves, lions, tyrannosaurs, carnosaurs, ceratosaurs, etc. as they also hunt deer, goats, wild sheep relatives, bison, buffaloes, yaks, wild cattles, antelopes, pronghorns, hadrosaurs, iguanodonts, primitive ornithopods, ornithomimids, oviraptorids, therizinosaurids, dicynodonts, other large herbivorous (non-mammal) synapsids, and other herbivores that aren't as big as an elephant. They come in 4 species (one species resembling the first Jurassic Park film raptors, the second species resembling the second film raptors, the third species resembling the third film raptors [which look different from other JP raptors due to their elongated snouts and has quil-like feathers on their heads], and the fourth species resembling Jurassic World raptors [which comes in different varieties of colors like in the movie, similar to how gray wolves have different colors depending on an individual, in order for them to be easily identified]). They are about 13 feet long and weighing a little more than two adult human men.
  • Troodon - There are 93 species of Troodons. They are omnivores. They range in size from 40 pounds to 450 pounds.
  • Diplodocid - There are 172 species of Diplodocids. They feed on ferns, cycads, leaves, and fruit. They range in size from 8 tons to 50 tons.
  • American Shunosaurus - Descended from Shunosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. There are about 239 species of American Shunosaurus, ranging from Elasmotherium size to Borealosaurus sized ones. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Camarasaur - There are 186 species of Camarasaurs. They feed on ferns, cycads, leaves, and pines. They range in size from Saltasaurus size to Camarasaurus sized ones.
  • Brachiosaur - There are 117 species of Brachiosaurs. They feed on leaves of conifers, maples, oaks, and pines. They range from Camarasaurus size to Sauroposeidon sized ones.
  • Titanosaur - There are 198 species of Titanosaurs. They feed on ferns, cycads, leaves, horsetails, and vines. They range in size from 12 tons to 80 tons.
  • Great Plains Bricket - Descended from brickets that escaped from universal zoos. They are herbivores that prefer the forest-covered parts of the Great Plains as they are dependened on leaves. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Hadrosaur - There are 273 species of Hadrosaurs. They are herbivores that feed on leaves, ferns, flowers, and sometimes grass. They range in size from 2 tons to 6 tons. Some Hadrosaur species can occasionally migrate/travel with bison herds.
  • Iguanodont - There are 211 species of Iguanodonts. They are herbivores that feed on leaves, ferns, flowers, and sometimes grass. They ranger in size from 1 ton to 6.5 tons. Some Iguanodont species can occasionally travel/migrate with bison herds.
  • Night fury - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragon are black in Color and can actually be really friendly. Can shoot fire balls.
  • Skrill - A lesser known dragon from HTTYD that produces electricity. It is very intelligent and aggressive to its prey.
  • Night Terrors - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This species of dragon has the ability to form a flock that can mimic a shape of a larger dragon species.
  • Stinger - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This species of dragon is named for two spikes at the end of their tails. They are carnivores. They are similar to Stingers from HTTYD arena spectacular.
  • Gobsucker - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This species of dragon can protect itself against predators by releasing explosive gas from its rear end. It is an omnivore. It is similar to Gobsuckers from HTTYD arena spectacular.
  • 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, peccaries, wild sheep, wolves, deer, monkeys, 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 of larger creatures they targeted (they can't fully paralyze species bigger than a domestic cat's kittens), so young speed stinger only prey on insects, fish, smaller dragons, small dinosaurs, small lizards, small mammals, and eggs of other animals.
  • Bonenapper - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This dragon species makes itself a coat of armor out of bones of dead dragons.
  • Changewing - Man brought this dragon from another universe. It has the ability to blend in with any environment.
  • Deadly Nadder - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragons resemble a hybrid between a dinosaur and a parrot. They have the hottest fire breath of all animals.
  • Timberjack - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This dragon resembles a monstrous nightmare, but without hind limbs. They are known to cut trees that are dying.
  • 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.
  • Hideous Zippleback - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragons are the only vertebrates to naturally have two heads instead of just one. They are known that one of their heads can breath green smoke while the other head ignites it.
  • Snaptrapper - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragons are the only vertebrates to have a three-splitted jaws and four heads instead of just one. It is known to attract birds and bats by producing an attractive smell, in order to get them closer to their jaws until they eat their prey.
  • Terrible Terror - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This is the smallest species of dragons known to science. Despite this, they make up their size for their pack hunting ability.
  • Monstrous Nightmare - Man brought this dragon from another universe. It is the only dragon to set itself on fire without harming itself.
  • Gronkle - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This dragon might have tiny wings, but despite this, its huge body is actually lighter than it looks, allowing the animal to fly.
  • Whispering Death - Man brought this dragon from another universe. This dragon has a long and skinny body without legs. It is a burrowing carnivore.
  • Thunderdrum - A lesser known dragon from HTTYD. They are named due to the sounds they make. It is immune to death songs's siren-like vocalizations.
  • Great Plains Dragon - A Varanid that is about the size of megalania. Unlike monitors from Africa, they take the niche of Megaraptors.
  • Titanoboa - Taking niches of pythons. Unlike their ancestors with the same name, they live on land. They are about 50 feet long.
  • Great Plains Raptor - About the size of a moa. basically like all raptors, except they now have a claw bigger than a small animal.
  • Great Plains Lesser Ceratopsian - Descended from Wendiceratops. They can grow to be about 6 tons. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They occasionally travel or migrate with bison herds.
  • Great Plains Common Ceratopsian - Descended from Pachyrhinosaurus. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They occasionally travel/migrate with bison herds.
  • Great Plains Triceratops - Descended from Triceratops that lives in the Great Plains. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. Unlike Wendiceratops and Pachyrhinosaurus, Triceratops doesn't migrate or travel with most large species, they stay in one place all year round.
  • Ornithopodus - Descended from Parksosaurus. There are 121 species of Ornithopodus. They range in size from Othnielia size to Dryosaurus sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Great Plains Stegosaurus - A stegosaur that lives in the Great Plains. It is similar to its Jurassic ancestors, but can now tolerate the cold.
  • Northclaw - A felid-like meat-eating maniraptoran. Its ancestor were brought from the New Dinosaurs universe. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Sprintosaur - A deer-like, antelope-like, quadrupedal hadrosauroids. Their ancestors were brought from the New Dinosaurs universe. There are about 132 species of sprintosaurs. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Indominus - Indominus is a hybrid that can run up to speeds of 30 mph when confined in its paddock with its roar alone reaching 140db-160db, as loud as the liftoff and landing of a Boeing 747 airplane. Indominus rex has spiky osteoderms across its body and horns above its eye orbits, traits that originated from the DNA of various abelisaurs used in its creation. Its osteoderms are extremely tough, being able to withstand fire from a GE M134 Minigun and even an indirect hit from an AT4 rocket launcher. It also has well-developed forelimbs from Therizinosaurus complete with opposable thumbs and a giant sickle claw on each middle finger that I. rex uses to grab prey. Its long arms also allows it to become semi-quadrupedal. A single swipe of its claws is able to incapacitate, and several were able to kill even giant sauropods like Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brontosaurus, and other sauropod species, although they prefer ceratopsians and other dinosaurs (as well as mammals now, instead). It is able to change color from the cuttlefish used in its creation, which is used as camouflage in hunting, but also helped the hybrid grow at a quick rate. Their base skin color is a grayish white with eyes whose sclera are red-orange. The teeth of Indominus is tyrannosaurid which must have came from its base genome T. rex and were exposed like a crocodile. Due to this bit of instability, its teeth varies in size, often jutting out at unnatural angles and many can be broken. Indominus rex has a total of 74 teeth. The Indominus' lower jaw is slightly longer than the upper jaw, which gives it something of an underbite. Another trait that came from Tyrannosaurus being in its gene pool, the hybrid inherites the massively strong bite force it has, which Indominus use to even crush a bullet-proof Gyrosphere or break the neck of an Ankylosaurus. Its large size is attributed to Giganotosaurus. Interestingly, I. rex can reach 50 ft as an adult when none of the theropods, including Giganotosaurus, used in its creation could reach this length. The cause of this surpassed length in the hybrid is unknown. The tree frog DNA, which was intended to help them adapt to the climate of Isla Nublar, had allowed it to remove its own thermal signature. The hybrid can also detect the thermal signatures of others as well due to the pit adder DNA. The snake DNA may also be the reason why it can open its jaws wider than any of InGen's cloned theropods. Finally, the Velociraptor DNA used in Indominus creation gives it a high level of intelligence as well as the ability to communicate with JP (Jurassic Park) Velociraptor individuals. Good examples of its intelligence being one of the Indominus's plan of making everyone think she escaped and her ability to remember when and where they inserted her tracking implant. Though they do hunt for food, one known I. rex was shown to kill mainly for sport, though Indominus don't hunt for sports anymore, which can have negative impact to all animals. This individual also was known to have committed cannibalism, as she killed and ate her own sibling, which was the first thing she did as soon as she hatched. However, since the I. rex who had exhibited these traits had a rough upbringing these behaviors may not be natural. The cannibalism could have came from either Majungasaurus DNA or T. rex DNA or both since both theropods have fossil evidence of cannibalism, though the rough upbringing suggests that it could be a mental illness of some sort seen in this individual.
  • Crocopup - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are pack hunting carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Liyote - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Turtle Dove - Despite its name, it is not a turtle dove from earth. It is actually a critter from the Croods universe that was brought to earth by humans. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its 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.
  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group. They often migrate with herds of bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.

East Coast ForestEdit

A forest has sprung up across the eastern plains; many animals that were common in urban areas thrive here. There are many large rivers here.

MammalsEdit

  • Red Fox - A species of fox, widespread across all of the bio-diverse continents. Same species alive today.
  • Gray Fox - A species of fox, native to North America.
  • Tyrant Coyote - Descended from coyotes that interbred with a few remaining domestic dogs. They are carnivores. They are about the size of a great dane. They resemble a coydog (dog/coyote hybrid), but with a slightly longer snout, slightly larger ears, and slightly longer fur.
  • American Common Dylanus - A species of dylanus native to North America. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today. Dylanuses in the Great Plains depended on Gutsmen.EXEs for protection against Bass.EXEs, Elecmen.EXEs, and killer dylanuses.
  • American Killer Dylanus - The world's only killer dylanus, it is almost fully carnivorous. Same species alive today.
  • American Running Dylanus - Descended from Florida running dylanuses that spread from Florida to inland North America when Florida was connected with the rest of Americas. They are omnivores that feed mostly on fruits, insects, fish, small reptiles, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Flashlight Dylanus - Descended from genetically engineered domestic dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids that escaped from laboratories. They were made by using the flashlight fish's genes/dna to give a dylanus a pair of light organs (along with bioluminescent bacteria) on their cheeks. These dylanus's are nocturnal, waking up to search for fruits and some nocturnal animals during nighttime. When the flashlight dylanus wants to "shine" to search for potential meals or danger, they open their light organs, if they're done with their light organs for now, they close them up (they close and open their light organs much like the flashlight fish). Their flashlight organs are used to attract their smaller prey (as flashlights and other bright objects can attract herbivores and other prey), but the flashlight organs are also used to stun or frighten away most predators (such as wolves, tyrant coyotes, cougars, bears, predatory dinosaurs, Elecmen.EXEs, and almost all predators) as their flashlight organs were also made to act like weapons (due to that humans modified them so the genetically altered dylanuses could defend for themselves and survive without protection from humans, but the flashlight dylanus themselves are immune to their own "shine"), but one predator is immune to the dylanus's flashlight organs, Bass.EXEs are immmune to the glow of the flashlight dylanus, so the Bass.EXEs are the most deadly predator to the flashlight dylanus. Unlike the American common dylanus, heatwater isn't its main habitat (only used if the Bass.EXEs are hunting them), but land is its main habitat. Unlike their ancestors, they can no longer talk (due to their dna was slightly altered a bit by humans), instead they make low-pitch rumbles, grunts, growls, snarls, and bellows as part of their communications. They are omnivores that feed on fruits, mushrooms (yes, the dylanuses were also modified so they could eat all kinds of native and non-native mushrooms of North America with no signs of being poisoned or getting sick from mushrooms), insects, crustaceans, fish, frogs, small reptiles, and smaller mammals. They resemble a hybrid between the American common dylanus and a domestic dylanus, but with a flashlight organs on its cheeks like the ones found on flashlight fishes.
  • North American 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 302 species of North American 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 deer and antelopes to extinction.
  • Snowstalker - Man brought this animal from the Future Is Wild documentary universe. Despite competion with some large carnivores such as bears, snowstalkers managed to survive and thrive. To kill their prey such as shagrats deer or bison, they attack their victims with their saber teeth and wait until they die from blood loss.
  • Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size, Capybara-like marmot. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They live in herds up to 80 individuals.
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Girelephant - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore that is closely related to an elephant. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Ground Whale - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore that feeds on plants and tiny animals. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Mousephant - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore that eats the same food as mice and rats. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Punch Monkey - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It is named because it is known to fight against predators by punch them really hard.
  • Macawnivore - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • White-tailed Deer - Also known as the whitetail deer, it is a medium-sized deer that is widespread across the eastern forest and the rest of the Americas. It has multiple subspecies and has branched off into 71 species.
  • Eastern Elk - Eastern elk sadly died out in 1880, so in the Late Holocene, Western elk migrated the Eastern North America to replace the Eastern elk. They are common in these forests. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are slightly bigger and are now browner in color than Western elk.
  • American Sika Deer - Descended from sika deer that were introduced to North America by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Fallow Deer - Descended from the European fallow deer that were introduced to North America by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Eastern Lesser Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that lives in East Coast forests. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Coastal Ground-Sloth Chalicothere - Descended from Chalicotherium that lives in East Coast forests. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giant Mega-Chalicothere - Descended from either a Chalicotherium or Ancylotherium. Unlike their ancestors (which feeds only on leaves and berries), they also feed on dead animals to supplement their diet. They resemble a cross between a Chalicotherium and a Shasta ground sloth.
  • Gray Wolf - A large wild dog indgenous to Europe, Asia, and North America. They hunt elk, smaller deer, wild boars, peccaries, tapirs, wild horses, camels, llamas, wallabies, and kangaroos. They are similar to their ancestors. Their ancestors probably migrated to East Coast forests due to elk that migrated to there.
  • American Wombat - Descended from wombats that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their Australian ancestors.
  • North American Tree Porcupine - Descended from tree porcupines of South America that made it to North America by rafting. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Common Porcupine - A species of porcupine native to North America. They are similar to their ancestors, North American Porcupines.
  • North American Crested Porcupine - Descended from African crested porcupines that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Eastern American Kangaroo - Descended from gray kangaroos that escaped from zoos. It is similar to an Australian gray kangaroo.
  • North American Colobus Monkey - Descended from colobus monkeys that escaped from zoos. They are smaller, but otherwise similar to their ancestors.
  • American Vervet Monkey - Descended from vervet monkeys that were imported to North America by humans. They are similar to, but smaller than their ancestors.
  • American Vampire - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Humans took so many characters and species from different universe, one of them is a vampire (from 1930's-1950's Dracula films). When man left earth, vampires broke out from universal zoos. They are no longer evil creatures, unlike their ancestors, It can now reproduce by giving birth to live young and no longer reproduce by turning humans into vampires (since humans are now gone). They are carnivores, drinking blood from small mammals, bovines (if careful enough), chalicotheres, small dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.
  • Terror Bear - Descended from polar bears that migrated south to mainland United States. They are similar to their ancestors, but is now dark brown rather than white. It is a main predator of ground sloths, deer, camels, llamas, and horses.
  • Eastern Llama - Descended from llamas that escaped from private farms. They are similar to a guanaco, but about the size of a llama.
  • Eastern American Camel - Descended from Dromedary camels that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but without a hump.
  • Eastern American Wild Horse - Descended from feral horses that became truly wild. They resemble a hybrid between a Mongolian wild horse and a tarpan.
  • American Springhare - Descended from springhares that were kept in zoos but were let loose by feral dylanuses after most humans are gone. They are similar to their ancestors from Africa.
  • American Wallaby - Descended from wallabies that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Devil - Descended from Tasmanian devils that escaped from zoos. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • American Koala - Descended from koalas that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors. They are responsible for controlling the Australian eucalyptus trees imported to North America by humans and became invasive.
  • Virginia Opossum - A species of marsupial native to North America. Same species alive today.
  • Northern Giant Anteater - Descended from giant anteaters that escaped from zoos. It is similar to modern giant anteaters.
  • Eastern Cougar - A large brownish-grey subspecies of cougar, that is the main predator of the white-tailed deer. The true Eastern cougars are sadly extinct since 2011, so after most humans are gone, Western cougars have migrated to Eastern USA to replace the true Eastern cougars.
  • American Common Flying Fox - Descended from flying foxes that either migrated from Asia to North America or escaped from zoos. They are similar to their Asian ancestors.
  • Giant Grey Squirrel - Evolved from the eastern grey squirrel to take advantage of the surpluss of habitat.
  • Eastern Grey Squirrel - A small species of squirrel that is adapt to run away from predators.
  • American Red Squirrel - A small species of squirrel that is adapt to run away from predators. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giant Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were cloned in the Late Holocene. They are the largest herbivores of the East coast forests.
  • American Beaver - A large rodent, it is considered a keystone species. It builds large dams which help control rivers.
  • American Black Bear - A relatively small species of bear, they are primarily herbivorous, but hunt white-tailed deer fawn and dead giant squirrels. They are also adept at climbing trees.
  • Raccoon - A medium sized omnivorous mammal, that is found all over North America.
  • Striped Skunk - A mammal that sprays to defend themselves against predators.
  • Eastern American Tapir - A large sized Tapir that is descended from mountain tapirs that migrated from South America.
  • Razorback Boar - A large wild boar that is descended from feral pigs that bred with wild boar. It is an omnivore and can be hunted by cougars.
  • Shifty Peccary - also known as the American sabre-tooth peccary, it is a large collared Peccary descendant that possess saber-tooth-like tusks that help it forage for food. It inhabits the swamps of Washington DC in the future.
  • Pakicetus - There are 61 species of Pakicetus, ranging from coyote size to cougar sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors that escaped from Cenozoic parks.
  • Ambulocetus - There are 147 species of Ambulocetus, ranging from red fox sized to alligator sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors that escaped from Cenozoic parks.
  • Kutchicetus - There are 46 species of Kutchicetus, ranging from red fox size to gray wolf sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Remingtonocetus - There are 52 species of Remingtonocetus, ranging from gray fox size to leopard seal sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Georgiacetus - There are 67 species of Georgiacetus, ranging from harbor seal size to elephant seal sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • River Rodhocetus - Descended from Rodhocetus that escaped from Cenozoic parks. There are 39 species of river rodhocetus, ranging from coyote sized to harbor seal sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • River Supayacetus - Descended from Supayacetus that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Ocucajea - Descended from Ocucajea that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to (other than their ability to tolerate freshwater, unlike) their ancestors.
  • River Zygorhiza - Descended from Zygorhiza that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, other than they can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Dorudon - Descended from dorudon that escaped from Cenozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar their ancestors, but can tolerate freshwater.
  • North American River Dolphin - Descended from bottlenose dolphins that can now tolerate both fresh and salt water. It resembles the Amazon river dolphin in size, shape, appearance, color, locomotion, abilities, and niche because of convergent evolution. It is found in many large rivers and some lakes of North America.
  • American River Seal - Descended from harbor seals that escaped from aquariums. They can now tolerate fresh water, unlike their ancestors.
  • North American Capybara - Descended from capybaras that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Hippo Rat - Descended from capybaras that escaped from zoos. They are now much bigger (about the size of a white rhino) and is more hippo-like than their ancestors in size, weapons, shape, amphibiousness, and niche.
  • American Werewolves - Descended from werewolves (from the American werewolf in London universe). They no longer transform from humans as there are no more humans (homo sapiens). They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Igors - Descended from homo ferus that developed a hunchback-like structure on their backs. They are omnivores.
  • American Gargoyles - Descended from gargoyles from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are no longer aggressive and are now living animals, not moving stone.
  • Forest Devil - Descended from Jersey devil cryptids from another universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, they help the ecosystem by hunting sika deer, fallow deer, and whitetail deer.
  • American Ghosts - Descended from ghosts from another universe (scooby-doo universe or dark shadows universe). They are omnivores. They are now immune to sunlight. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now peaceful and are no longer aggressive nor scary.
  • Cat Creature - Descended from vampire beasts (large, blood-sucking, cat-like carnivores) from another universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Wood Elves - Descended from wood elves from another universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Pixies - Descended from pixies from another universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Fairies - Descended from fairies from another universe. They are similar to their 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.
  • North American Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Northern 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.
  • American Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American 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.
  • North American Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

BirdsEdit

  • Passenger Pigeon - A migratory species of pigeon, they originally went extinct in the Early Holocene, but were cloned in Mid-Holocene.
  • Carolina Parakeet - A native North American parrot species, that originally went extinct in the Early Holocene, but were cloned in the Late Holocene.
  • American White-Eye - Descended from Japanese white-eyes that were introduced to North America. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Eastern Old BeeEater - Descended from old world BeeEaters that were released by feral dylanuses after most people are gone. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Osprey - A large species of aquatic bird of prey that is specialized in hunting fish. Same species alive today.
  • Common Whistling Duck - Descended from white-faced whistling ducks that escaped from man-made ponds to natural lakes and rivers of North America. It is similar to its ancesors.
  • North American Harpy Eagle - Descended from harpy eagles that escaped from weakened bird cages from zoos. They are now slightly smaller than their ancestors due to that they now hunt smaller deer, smaller monkeys, beavers, and squirrels, rather than larger deer and larger monkeys.
  • Common Pheasant - A widespread species of pheasant, that was introduced around the world as a game bird. Same species alive today.
  • Turkey - A species of game bird indigenous to North America. Domestic turkeys died out in most places, but wild turkeys continue to thrive, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • American Peafowl - Descended from peafowls that escaped from farms and zoos. These birds are similar to their ancestors, but are 85 pounds bigger due to an Ice Age.
  • Common Raven - A species of large corvid related to crows. Same species alive today.
  • American Crow - A species of opportunistic scavenging corvid. Same species alive today.
  • American River Penguin - Descended from penguins that escaped from aquariums. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate both fresh and salt water.
  • Rock Dove - A species of pigeon, that get's it's name for it's habit of nesting on rocks and ledges.
  • Peregrine Falcon - A small species of bird of prey.
  • Forest Chickensaur - Evolved from chickens that were genetically engineered to reverse from birds back to dinosaurs. It is the smallest chickensaur species, about 15 inches from snout-tip to tail-tip.
  • Piranhakeet - This monstrous critter was brought back from the Croods universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are the most feared predator of North America, hunting anything about as large as a peccary. They are similar to their ancestors, but could no longer hunt anything larger than a peccary due to competition from dragons, pterosaurs, and dinosaurs.
  • Ramu - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Turkey Fish - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. Despite its name, it is not a hybrid between a turkey and a fish, it is actually a giant flightless bird that still retained teeth. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Impalamingo - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • American Blue-Tailed Skink - A species of skink native to the eastern forests.
  • Eastern Box Turtle - A species of box turtle.
  • Common Snapping turtle - A large turtle, specialized with strong jaws, it is the strongest turtle in North America.
  • Stupendemys - Its ancestors have escaped from Cenozoic parks and Cenozoic reptile houses. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Troodon - There are 93 species of Troodons. They are omnivores. They range in size from 40 pounds to 450 pounds.
  • New Neovenator - A massive neovenator. The size of a Chilantaisaurus. They have huge hands to grasp large prey
  • Mega Turtle - The biggest primitive land turtle, about the size of an Ankylosaurus. Having a club tail and unlike other meiolaniid turtles, they have a spiked shell. They also have an armored underbelly. They are herbivores.
  • American Meiolania - Descended from Meiolania that escaped from Cenozoic reptile houses. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Nanotyrannus - Descended from Nanotyrannus that escaped dinosaur parks. They are similar to their ancestors, but are smaller (about the size of an African lion).
  • American Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 131 species of American ostrich-dinosaurs. They range in size from turkey size to Ornithomimus sized ones. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, roots, tuber, shoots, insects, washed up fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs from other animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Forest Desmatosuchus - Descended from Desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 174 species of forest Desmatosuchus. They range in size from the size of an iguana to Desmatosuchus sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Iguanacroc - Descended from Notosuchus that lives in East Coast forests. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Simosuchoid - Descended from Simosuchus that lives in the Great Plains. There are 139 species of Simosuchoids. They range in size from the size of a house cat to alligator sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Indominus - Indominus is a hybrid that can run up to speeds of 30 mph when confined in its paddock with its roar alone reaching 140db-160db, as loud as the liftoff and landing of a Boeing 747 airplane. Indominus rex has spiky osteoderms across its body and horns above its eye orbits, traits that originated from the DNA of various abelisaurs used in its creation. Its osteoderms are extremely tough, being able to withstand fire from a GE M134 Minigun and even an indirect hit from an AT4 rocket launcher. It also has well-developed forelimbs from Therizinosaurus complete with opposable thumbs and a giant sickle claw on each middle finger that I. rex uses to grab prey. Its long arms also allows it to become semi-quadrupedal. A single swipe of its claws is able to incapacitate, and several were able to kill even giant sauropods like Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brontosaurus, and other sauropod species, although they prefer ceratopsians and other dinosaurs (as well as mammals now, instead). It is able to change color from the cuttlefish used in its creation, which is used as camouflage in hunting, but also helped the hybrid grow at a quick rate. Their base skin color is a grayish white with eyes whose sclera are red-orange. The teeth of Indominus is tyrannosaurid which must have came from its base genome T. rex and were exposed like a crocodile. Due to this bit of instability, its teeth varies in size, often jutting out at unnatural angles and many can be broken. Indominus rex has a total of 74 teeth. The Indominus' lower jaw is slightly longer than the upper jaw, which gives it something of an underbite. Another trait that came from Tyrannosaurus being in its gene pool, the hybrid inherites the massively strong bite force it has, which Indominus use to even crush a bullet-proof Gyrosphere or break the neck of an Ankylosaurus. Its large size is attributed to Giganotosaurus. Interestingly, I. rex can reach 50 ft as an adult when none of the theropods, including Giganotosaurus, used in its creation could reach this length. The cause of this surpassed length in the hybrid is unknown. The tree frog DNA, which was intended to help them adapt to the climate of Isla Nublar, had allowed it to remove its own thermal signature. The hybrid can also detect the thermal signatures of others as well due to the pit adder DNA. The snake DNA may also be the reason why it can open its jaws wider than any of InGen's cloned theropods. Finally, the Velociraptor DNA used in Indominus creation gives it a high level of intelligence as well as the ability to communicate with JP (Jurassic Park) Velociraptor individuals. Good examples of its intelligence being one of the Indominus's plan of making everyone think she escaped and her ability to remember when and where they inserted her tracking implant. Though they do hunt for food, one known I. rex was shown to kill mainly for sport, though Indominus don't hunt for sports anymore, which can have negative impact to all animals. This individual also was known to have committed cannibalism, as she killed and ate her own sibling, which was the first thing she did as soon as she hatched. However, since the I. rex who had exhibited these traits had a rough upbringing these behaviors may not be natural. The cannibalism could have came from either Majungasaurus DNA or T. rex DNA or both since both theropods have fossil evidence of cannibalism, though the rough upbringing suggests that it could be a mental illness of some sort seen in this individual.
  • Crocopup - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are pack hunting carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Liyote - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Turtle Dove - Despite its name, it is not a turtle dove from earth. It is actually a critter from the Croods universe that was brought to earth by humans. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

FishEdit

  • Northern Sailfin Catfish - Descended from sailfin catfish that were imported as exotic pets by humans. These catfish thrive in rivers of North America and are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Wels Catfish - Descended from wels catfish introduced by humans. These catfishes are common sights in rivers of North America and are 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.
  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group. They often migrate with herds of bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.

The Great Lake Edit

Despite being in an Ice Age, the great lake has grown bigger due to larger amount of humidity than today. It is the largest lake in North America. Off the coasts of great lakes, there are grasslands and forests nearby.

Mammals Edit

  • Lake Orca - Descended from orcas that were introduced to the Great Lakes can now tolerate both fresh and salt water. It is browner in color than their ancestors.
  • Rodhocetus - A primitive whale. There are 72 species of Rodhocetus, ranging from harbor seal size to walrus sized ones. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giant Beaver - Descended from American beavers that are now much bigger (about the size of an extinct animal with a same name) and more aggressive than their ancestors.
  • Muskrat - A large beaver-like rodent related to mice and rats. Same species alive today.
  • Giant Muskrat - Descended from muskrats that are bigger (about the size of a goat) and more peaceful than their ancestors.
  • Giant Otter - Descended from Asian otters that escaped from zoos and now grow larger, about the size of a large dog, and is more aggressive than their ancestors. It is the giant beaver's natural predator.
  • American Beaver - A species of rodent of North America. Same species alive today.
  • American River Otter - A native species of river otter. Same species alive today.
  • North American Capybara - Descended from capybaras that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American River Dolphin - Descended from bottlenose dolphins that can now tolerate both fresh and salt water. Their ancestors were introduced by humans. It resembles the Amazon river dolphin in size, shape, appearance, color, locomotion, abilities, and niche because of convergent evolution. It is found in many large rivers of North America.
  • Great Lake Commerson's Dolphin - Descended from Commerson's dolphin that can now tolerate both fresh and salt water. Their ancestors were introduced by humans. It is similar to its ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Porpoise - Descended from Harbour porpoises that were introduced to the Great Lakes by humans. They feed on fish, crustaceans, and other small animals. They are similar to their ancestors, other than their ability to tolerate salt water.
  • Great Lake Seal - Descended from harbor seals that escaped from aquariums. They can now tolerate fresh water, unlike most other seals.
  • False Walrus - Descended from Pelagiarctos that lives in the Great Lake. There are about 27 species of false walruses. They range in size from the size of a California sea lion to elephant seal sized ones. Fortunately, they eat only small fish that lives in its habitats.
  • Lake Dweller - Descended from a tribe of Homo Ferus that live near what is now Lake Erie. Have webbed feet and hands to help them in spearfishing.

Reptiles Edit

  • Great Lake Crocodile - Descended from Saltwater crocodiles that escaped from zoos. They can now tolerate the cold better than any other crocodilians, including their ancestors.
  • Great Lake Suchian - Descended from Dakosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate both freshwater & saltwater and they can now tolerate the cold better than any other crocodilians, including their ancestors.
  • Great Lake Beast - Descended from Metriorhynchus that escaped from dinosaur parks and mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but they can now tolerate the cold better than any other crocodilians, including their ancestors.
  • Great Lake Terror - Descended from Geosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but they can now tolerate the cold better than any other crocodilians, including their ancestors.
  • Ogopogo - Man brought this reptilian animal from another universe and introduced some ogopogos into the great lake. It is a carnivore. It has a long, mosasaur-like body, rigid scales on its back, paddle-like tail, two horns on its head (found only on males, humpback whale-like fins, and tyrannosaurus-like teeth. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Great Lake Turtle - Descended from sea turtles that escaped from zoos and aquariums. It can now tolerate both fresh and salt water. It is also cold tolerant, unlike other turtles, including its ancestors.
  • Great Lake Pliosaur - One of The few freshwater pliosaur. It is about the size of 2 great white sharks.
  • New Paleophis - Descended from paleophis. 12 meters long. They are no longer venomous. They have paddles on their tails.
  • 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, large fish, 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 550 foot wingspan.
  • 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.
  • Submaripper - Larger than a scauldron (and also bigger than a Viking ship according to the riders of berk comic). Can use its massive tail as an arm.
  • Scauldron - Man brought this dragon from another universe. It swims in a similar fashion to whales. It can shoot hot water from its mouth to kill its prey or attacker.

Amphibians Edit

  • American Common Toad - A species of toad native to North America that evolved from an American toad. Same species alive today.
  • American Cane Toad - Descended from cane toads that were introduced to North America by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Goliath Frog - Descended from Goliath frogs that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Hellbender - A species of large native salamander of North America. Same species alive today.
  • American Firebelly Frog - Descended from firebelly toads that escaped from pet stores or zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Giant Salamander - Different species are descended from Chinese and Japanese giant salamanders that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Wood Frog - A species of frog native to North America. Same species alive today.
  • Leopard Frog - A species of native frog of North America. Same species alive today.
  • Eastern Newt - A species of newt of North America. Same species alive today.
  • Tiger Salamander - A species of salamander found in North America. Same species alive today.
  • Mudpuppy - A species of Salamander of North American rivers. Same species alive today.

Fish Edit

  • American Carp - Descended from Asian carp that were introduced to rivers of North America by humans and invaded the great lakes after humans are gone. They are similar to their ancestors, but are no longer invasive species.
  • Lake GloFish - Descended from GloFishes that escaped from aquariums after large storms knocked them over, spilling the water and the GloFishes into the great lake. It is similar to its genetically engineered ancestors, but can now only glow at night so it is less likely to be seen by its predators during the day, they glow at night to tell one fish from another, and to attract females (female GloFishes in future great lake don't glow, unlike males).
  • American Fighting Fish - Descended from Siamese fighting fish that were washed out of their aquariums and into the great lake. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but males now only fight other males during breeding season and females can now lay eggs up to about 10,000 in one time to reduce the chance of the extinction of their species. They can also now tolerate both freshwater and saltwater.
  • Great Lake Guppy - Descended from guppies that were washed out of their aquariums and into the great lake. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but they can now tolerate both freshwater and saltwater and can now lay eggs up to about 8,000 to reduce the chance of the extinction of their species.
  • Great Lake Lamprey - Descended from sea lampreys that were imported to the great lakes by humans. They feed on carps.
  • Great Lake Shark - Evolved from bull sharks that now lives in fresh water, rather than salt water. They can tolerate the cold, unlike its ancestors.
  • Atlantic Salmon - A species of salmon in the Atlantic ocean and the great lakes. Same species alive today.
  • Lake Sturgeon - A species of large fresh water fish. After humans are gone, many species of sturgeons have recovered. Same species alive today.
  • Bowfin - A fish that's related to the gars. Same species alive today.
  • Burbot - A species of cod-like fish. Same species alive today.
  • Alligator Gar - A species of large, predatory gar. Same species alive today.
  • Lake Trout - A species of trout that is native to the great lakes. Same species alive today.
  • Yellow Perch - A species of native great lake perch. Same species alive today.
  • Great Lake Wels Catfish - Descended from wels catfish introduced by humans. These catfishes are common sights in the great lakes of North America and are similar to their ancestors, other than they can tolorate both fresh and salt water.
  • Great Lake Sailfin Catfish - Descended from sailfin catfish that were imported as exotic pets by humans. These catfish thrive in the great lakes of North America and are similar to their ancestors, other than their ablility to tolorate both fresh and salt water.
  • Dinosaur Gar - After man left Earth, the so called "Living fossils", Gar, Sturgeon, Sawfish, coelacanths and others, diversify. The descendant of an alligator gar has grown quite big. They hunt the whale sturgeon. 7 meters and 3 tons.
  • Great Lake Common Coelacanth - Descended from coelacanths that lives in the great lake. Their ancestors probably came from aquariums that were destroyed by a massive rain storm and their ancestors were washed into the great lakes. They feed on smaller animals. They can grow to about 5 feet long. Unlike their ocean-dwelling ancestors from aquariums, they can now tolerate both saltwater and freshwater. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Great Lake Terror Coelacanth - Descended from coelacanths that escaped into great lakes from their aquariums after they were destroyed by a massive rain storm. They grew larger and became more carnivorous than their ancestors. They can grow to about 25 feet long. They fill the niche similar to a prehistoric fish, hyneria. Unlike their ancestors, their fins are now useful to crawl onto land to catch some seals and other animals that are dangerously close to the water's edge. They can now tolerate both freshwater and saltwater. They also now have primitive lungs, much like that found in lungfishes, unlike other coelocanths. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Whale Sturgeon - Sturgeon populations now skyrocketed. These guys are massive for river fish. 9 meters and 7 tons.
  • Great Lake Sawfish - The size of the prehistoric onchopristis. They live in schools.
  • Giant Paddlefish - Filling the niche similar to that of the ocean's baleen whales. It is the giant paddlefish that is 18 meters and 25 tons.

Birds Edit

  • American Lake Penguin - Descended from penguins that escaped from aquariums. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate both fresh and salt water.
  • Great Lake Whistling Duck - Descended from lesser whistling ducks that escaped from man-made ponds to natural lakes and rivers of North America. It can tolorate both fresh and salt water, as well as the cold climate and temperature, unlike its 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. They live near the great lake.

Arizona Desert Edit

A desert that is extremely diverse, many animals that migrate from the north met with animals from South America.

MammalsEdit

  • Arizonian Jaguar - A larger subspecies widespread throughout western North America.
  • Western Desert Fox - Descended from the native North American red fox. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with shorter and a more sand-colored fur.
  • Gray Fox - A native species of fox in North America. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • Coyote - A medium-sized species of canid. After giant coyotes evolved and became apex predators, modern-styled coyotes became more adapted to being a scavenger and a hunter of small birds and rodents. They are omnivores. Same species alive today.
  • Giant Coyote - A large-sized species of canid, descended from coyotes. Lions might have became apex predators in North America, but lions never made it into the deserts parts of North America, so coyotes became top predators of the deserts, along with jaguars, wolves, troodons, bear owls, molarbears, gorgonopsids, and terror hawks. They are carnivores. They are more gray wolf-like and larger than their ancestors.
  • Desert Rattleback - A species of large desert-dwelling armored rodent. Its ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild (TFIW) documentary universe by humans. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Girelephant - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore that is closely related to an elephant. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Ground Whale - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore that feeds on plants and tiny animals. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giant Rattleback - Descended from desert rattlebacks that grew larger (about the size of a giant species of African tapirs). They are more herbivorous and less timid than their ancestors, as they have less predators than desert rattlebacks.
  • Dromeduchalicothere - Descended from Ancylotheriums that lives in the deserts of North America. They are herbivores. They are slightly smaller and are better evolved to store fat and water.
  • American Vampire - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Humans took so many characters and species from different universe, one of them is a vampire (from 1930's-1950's Dracula films). When man left earth, vampires broke out from universal zoos. They are no longer evil creatures, unlike their ancestors, It can now reproduce by giving birth to live young and no longer reproduce by turning humans into vampires (since humans are now gone). They are carnivores, drinking blood from small mammals, bovines (if careful enough), chalicotheres, small dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.
  • Black-Tailed Jackrabbit - Also known as a desert hare, it is a large hare found throughout the western deserts.
  • Mule Deer - A medium-size species of deer that prefers the dry areas of North America. Same species alive today.
  • American Meerkat - Descended from meerkats that escaped from zoos. They are now better evolved to store water.
  • Norman's Rat - Descended from brown rats introduced to North America by humans that is now better adapted to live in Deserts.
  • Dryland's Dylanus - Descended from American common dylanuses that adapted to live in deserts by having the ability to store food and water.
  • American Desert Camel - Descended from Dromedary Camels that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Desert Bear - Descended from black bears that lives in deserts of North America. They are omnivores. Unlike their ancestors, they no longer hibernate as desert climates don't change much, so there's enough food source all year long. They are now better evolved to store fat and water.
  • Shasta Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were brought back through cloning in the Late Holocene. They are responsible for the dispersal of Joshua trees.
  • American Pygmy Flying Fox - Descended from flying foxes that migrated to North America. They are similar to their ancestors, but are smaller as it lives in deserts, hence its name.
  • Arizonian Cattle - A large descendant of domestic cattle common throughout the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico. They are primarily tannish-brown, with curved horn and a black and white nose.
  • Prairie Dog - A large species of ground-dwelling squirrel relative. Same species alive today.
  • Sand-Footed Ferret - Descended from black-footed ferrets that colonized the desert reigns of North America. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are sand-colored (in order to blend in the desert enviroment) and their diet is no longer restricted to prairie dogs, so they also hunt other small mammals, small reptiles, small non-venomous amphibians, roots, tubers, and desert-dwelling fruit.
  • Arizonian Llama - A descendant of domestic llamas, that evolved thinner and darker fur. Some species resembles a large vicuña while others resemble a large guanaco.
  • American Desert Rhinoceros - Descended from black rhinoceroses that escaped from zoos and safari parks. They are smaller than, but otherwise similar to their ancestors.
  • American Desert Elephant - Descended from African elephants that escaped from zoos and safari parks.
  • Six-banded Armadillo - A small armadillo that is widespread in South America and the desert.
  • Nine-banded Armadillo - A small species of armadillo that is found in parts of South America and Southern parts of USA, including Florida, deserts, etc.
  • Arizonian Tapir - A descendant of tapirs that migrated from the south to the north. They are better evolved to store water and spend a majority of their life traveling the desert searching for scrub and tubers.
  • 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.
  • Red-Crimson Vampire Bat - A species of vampire bat, that migrated south to north, due to the tapir's arrival. As the tapir has harder skin, than other mammals.
  • Arizonian Gray Wolf - A subspecies of gray wolf, common in central and western north America. It is grayish-brown in fur color.
  • Western Elk - A subspecies of elk, that is descended from elk introduced to Mexico in the mid-Holocene. They are darker and have a more redder color.

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.
  • North American Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Northern 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.
  • American Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American 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.
  • North American Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Bolson's Tortoise - A large tortoise native to Mexico and western North America.
  • Rattlesnake - A species of native snake of North America. Same species alive today.
  • False Viper - Descended from a group of rattlesnakes that lost their "rattles" on their tails so they're less likely to be detected by its prey and predators. They are named because they resemble a Russell's viper, but with a more sandy coloration. Despite competition from the still-existing rattlesnakes, false vipers are still thriving in their native environment.
  • American Vegas Cobra - Descended from Egyptian cobra/Arabian cobra/Indian cobra hybrids that escaped from some zoos. Their ancestors were cobra species, Indian cobras, Arabian cobras, and Egyptian cobras, that hybridlized with each other after their escaped from zoos, forming a new species. They resemble an Egyptian cobra, but with darker spots on their "hoods" and darker tips of their tails. They are named because they originated from areas around Las Vegas (after most humans are gone), but have spread to other deserts of USA. Despite competition from rattlesnakes and false vipers, this cobra species is thriving.
  • American Scutosaurus - Descended from sutosaurus that lives in North American deserts. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Giant Tortoise - Descended from groups of Bolson's tortoises that grew larger (about the size of a volkswagen). They are herbivores. They resemble a galapagos tortoise more than their ancestors.
  • American Common Beared Dragon - Descended from bearded dragons that were released pets. They are common sights in the deserts of the USA.
  • American Frill-Necked Lizard - Descended from frill-necked lizards that were escaped pets. It is similar to its ancestors from Australia.
  • American Giant Bearded Dragon - Descended from released bearded dragons that were made bigger by humans. They are now completely herbivorous. They are 1.2 tons due to abundances of cactus food it likes to eat.
  • Desert Troodon - Descended from Troodons that lives in deserts. They are sand-brown in color and are smaller than their ancestors, about the size of a feral cat, due to less water and food.
  • American Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 131 species of American ostrich-dinosaurs. They range in size from turkey size to Ornithomimus sized ones. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, roots, tuber, shoots, insects, washed up fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs from other animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Crocopup - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are pack hunting carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Bear-Owl - Man has brought this monstrous creature from the Croods universe. Their closest relatives are actually small feathered dinosaurs, including troodons. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Liyote - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Turtle Dove - Despite its name, it is not a turtle dove from earth. It is actually a critter from the Croods universe that was brought to earth by humans. It is a herbivore. 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.
  • Arizona Python - Descended from pythons that escaped from pet stores and adapted to live in deserts. 30 feet long and half a ton. The largest prey it hunts are young giant beared dragons.
  • American Lizardmen - Descended from dinosauroids from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but with the intelligence only as high as that of the neanderthal's.

BirdEdit

  • Mexican Condor - A descendant of the Californian condor. It is a scavenger that feeds on the carrion left behind by wolves and jaguars.
  • Redtail Hawk - A large bird of prey. Same species alive today.
  • Desert Pheasant - Descended from common pheasants that were introduced to North America by humans. It can now survive in desert by storing some of its fat in its breasts.
  • Giant Condor - A descendant of Andean condors that were introduced to North America by humans in the Late Holocene. They are the largest birds ever, about 25 feet from wingtip to wingtip. Despite its huge size, it normally feeds on carrion.
  • Terror Hawk - Evolved from hawks that were genetically altered by humans in the Late Holocene to become ground-based predators, rather than sky-based predators. They resemble the long-extinct terror birds. They are about 8-10 feet tall.
  • Desert Chickensaur - Evolved from chickens that were genetically engineered to reverse from birds back to dinosaurs. The Desert Chickensaur are the second largest species of chickensaurs (after the swamp chickensaur), about 3 feet long from snout-tip to tail-tip.
  • Spink - This mole-like bird lives in many deserts of North America. 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, some seeds and grass, or for breeding season. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Piranhakeet - This monstrous critter was brought back from the Croods universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are the most feared predator of North America, hunting anything about as large as a peccary. They are similar to their ancestors, but could no longer hunt anything larger than a peccary due to competition from dragons, pterosaurs, and dinosaurs.
  • Ramu - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Turkey Fish - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. Despite its name, it is not a hybrid between a turkey and a fish, it is actually a giant flightless bird that still retained teeth. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Impalamingo - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its 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.
  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group.
  • 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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.

Southeastern Swamps Edit

Swamps is one of the most diverse habitats of North America. Some species evolved from animals that migrated from South America while others evolved from species that escaped from zoos.

Mammals Edit

  • American Hippopotamus - A descendant of African hippos that escaped from zoos. This species of American hippopotamus are slightly smaller and are far less aggressive than their African ancestors.
  • American Vampire - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Humans took so many characters and species from different universe, one of them is a vampire (from 1930's-1950's Dracula films). When man left earth, vampires broke out from universal zoos. They are no longer evil creatures, unlike their ancestors, It can now reproduce by giving birth to live young and no longer reproduce by turning humans into vampires (since humans are now gone). They are carnivores, drinking blood from small mammals, bovines (if careful enough), chalicotheres, small dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.
  • American Common Dylanus - A species of dylanus native to North America. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • American Killer Dylanus - The world's only killer dylanus, it is almost fully carnivorous. Same species alive today.
  • American Running Dylanus - Descended from Florida running dylanus. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Flashlight Dylanus - Descended from genetically engineered domestic dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids that escaped from laboratories. They were made by using the flashlight fish's genes/dna to give a dylanus a pair of light organs (along with bioluminescent bacteria) on their cheeks. These dylanus's are nocturnal, waking up to search for fruits and some nocturnal animals during nighttime. When the flashlight dylanus wants to "shine" to search for potential meals or danger, they open their light organs, if they're done with their light organs for now, they close them up (they close and open their light organs much like the flashlight fish). Their flashlight organs are used to attract their smaller prey (as flashlights and other bright objects can attract herbivores and other prey), but the flashlight organs are also used to stun or frighten away most predators (such as wolves, tyrant coyotes, cougars, bears, predatory dinosaurs, Elecmen.EXEs, and almost all predators) as their flashlight organs were also made to act like weapons (due to that humans modified them so the genetically altered dylanuses could defend for themselves and survive without protection from humans, but the flashlight dylanus themselves are immune to their own "shine"), but one predator is immune to the dylanus's flashlight organs, Bass.EXEs are immmune to the glow of the flashlight dylanus, so the Bass.EXEs are the most deadly predator to the flashlight dylanus. Unlike the American common dylanus, heatwater isn't its main habitat (only used if the Bass.EXEs are hunting them), but land is its main habitat. Unlike their ancestors, they can no longer talk (due to their dna was slightly altered a bit by humans), instead they make low-pitch rumbles, grunts, growls, snarls, and bellows as part of their communications. They are omnivores that feed on fruits, mushrooms (yes, the dylanuses were also modified so they could eat all kinds of native and non-native mushrooms of North America with no signs of being poisoned or getting sick from mushrooms), insects, crustaceans, fish, frogs, small reptiles, and smaller mammals. They resemble a hybrid between the American common dylanus and a domestic dylanus, but with a flashlight organs on its cheeks like the ones found on flashlight fishes.
  • Swamp Bison - A descendant of a species of plains bison that now has shorter fur and is more amphibious and less social than their ancestors.
  • Nine-banded Armadillo - A small species of armadillo that is found in parts of South America and Southern parts of USA, including Florida, deserts, swamps, etc.
  • American Chimpanzee - Descended from chimpanzees that escaped from zoos. They are similar to African chimpanzees, other than their fur color (with American species having brown fur color, and African species having black fur color).
  • Eastern Swamp Chalicothere - Descended from Chalicotherium that lives in swamps of North America. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Common Swamp Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that lives in North American swamps. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Trip Gerbil - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Girelephant - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore that is closely related to an elephant. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • BunnyBeast - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Ground Whale - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore that feeds on plants and tiny animals. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Jackrobat - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Molarbear - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • DogHorse - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giraffeoceros - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Mousephant - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore that eats the same food as mice and rats. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Punch Monkey - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors. It is named because it is known to fight against predators by punch them really hard.
  • Macawnivore - Man brought this animal from the Croods universe. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • American Orangutan - Descendants of orangutans that escaped from zoos. They are browner in color than their ancestors.
  • American Gorilla - Descended from gorillas that escaped from zoos. They survived because of their food sources that were imported to North America thrived.
  • American Macaque - A descendant of rhesus macaques that escaped from zoos or laboratories. They are better adapted for swimming than their ancestors. Their natural predators are American leojaguars, American alligators, crocodiles, bears, etc.
  • American Southeastern Tapir - A descendant of tapirs that is more amphibious than their ancestors. Like other North American tapirs, their ancestors migrated from South America.
  • North American Water Buffalo - A descendant of Asian Water Buffaloes that escaped from zoos or private farms. They are more social than their ancestors.
  • American Swamp Rhinoceros - Descended from white rhinoceroses that escaped from zoos and safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Swamp Flying Fox - Descended from flying foxes that migrated to North America. They are the largest bat on earth, about the size of a large Andean condor, but despite this, it is a gentle animal that feeds on nothing but leaves and fruit.
  • River Bear - Evolved from black bears that is now more adaptable in swamps. Hence its name, it is more amphibious than black bears.
  • American Panda - Descended from pandas that escaped from zoos. Their ancestors survived because of bamboo they eat were imported to many parts of North America. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Darwin's Vampire Bat - A descendant of vampire bats that migrated north due to the arrival of tapirs, as tapirs have harder skin than most other mammals.
  • Giant Red Squirrel - Descended from American red squirrels that became bigger, about the size of a medium size dog, and is more terrestrial and amphibious than its ancestors.
  • American Leojaguar - A descendant of of African leopards that interbred with jaguars that migrated from South America. Leopards that escaped from zoos mostly died, but a few managed to survive and interbred with jaguars, thus making a new big cat species, Leojaguars. They are good swimmers like jaguars and good climbers like leopards. They are smaller than jaguars but bigger than leopards. They are built much like jaguars but they have leopard-like claws for climbing trees and have leopard-like spots rather than jaguar-like spots.
  • American Lemur - A descendant of lemurs that escaped from zoos. They have woolly fur, thus they are better adapted in colder climates of North American swamps than their 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.
  • North American Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Northern 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.
  • American Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American 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.
  • North American Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

Birds Edit

  • Swamp Chickensaur - Evolved from chickens that were genetically engineered to reverse from birds back to dinosaurs. This species of chickensaur is the largest species of chickensaur, about five feet long from nose-tip to tail-tip.
  • Darwin's Whistling Duck - Descended from West Indian whistling ducks that escaped from man-made ponds to natural lakes and rivers of North America. It is a common sight in the swamps of the USA.
  • Piranhakeet - This monstrous critter was brought back from the Croods universe by humans. They are carnivores. They are the most feared predator of North America, hunting anything about as large as a peccary. They are similar to their ancestors, but could no longer hunt anything larger than a peccary due to competition from dragons, pterosaurs, and dinosaurs.
  • Ramu - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Turkey Fish - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. Despite its name, it is not a hybrid between a turkey and a fish, it is actually a giant flightless bird that still retained teeth. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Impalamingo - Man brought this critter from the Croods universe. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

Reptiles Edit

  • Mega Gharial - A huge Gharial. The size of the sarcosuchus. Descended from gryposuchus.
  • Cetasuchus - The gentle giants of the swamps. Descended from Either mourasuchus or stomatosuchus. It is about the size of a Mega Gharial.
  • American Alligator - A large crocodillian native to North America.
  • American Dragon - Descended from komodo dragon lizards that escaped from zoos. They are very close to their ancestors.
  • American Monitor - Descended from African monitor lizards that were introduce by humans and are now adapted to climb trees.
  • American Iguana - Descended from Green iguanas that migrated north. they are now more adapted to swim and climb than their ancestors.
  • American Tegu - Descended from Tegu lizards that were introduced by humans. They are very similar to their ancestors, but is no longer an invasive species.
  • Common American Crocodile - Evolved from modern American crocodiles. They are very similar to their ancestors.
  • Giant American Crocodile - Descended from Nile crocodiles that escaped from weakened cages from zoos or safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors, but they now live in North America rather than Africa.
  • Crocogator - Evolved from crocodiles and alligators that were combined through genetic engineering by humans in Late Holocene. They resemble alligators with crocodile-like teeth, crocodile-like tail, and a crocodile-like ability to tolerate both fresh and saltwater.
  • American Gharial - Descended from gharials that escaped from weakened cages from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now native to North America rather than Asia.
  • North American Caiman - Descended from South American caimans that escaped from weakened cages from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now native to North America rather than South America.
  • North American Anaconda - Descended from anacondas that escaped from weakened cages from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now native to North America rather than South America.
  • Seregios - Weirdly enough being an invasive species, they thrive on evinronments that are not familiar (According to the actual game). It ensures their survival, if a mass extinction occurs. They are about 8 tons and 15 meters. It's also a flying wyvern.
  • Crocopup - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are pack hunting carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Liyote - Man has brought this critter from the Croods universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Turtle Dove - Despite its name, it is not a turtle dove from earth. It is actually a critter from the Croods universe that was brought to earth by humans. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • River Mosasaur - Descended from platycarpus that can now tolerate freshwater. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Ball Python - Descended from ball pythons that escaped out of cages from pet stores and homes. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Boa Constrictor - Descended from boa constrictors that escaped from weakened cages from zoos and pet shops. They are slightly bigger than their ancestors, about 22 feet from the tip of its tail to a tip of its snout.
  • American Giant Python - Descended from pythons that were introduced to Florida by humans. Despite their name, they are smaller than their ancestors, about 18 feet long, as crocodiles and alligators are top reptile predators in North American swamps.
  • Deinospinax - The largest theropod in North America and one of the 70 species of spinosaurs In NA. Hunts giant saw fish. 56 feet long and 11 tons.
  • Sigurosuchus - Descended from Simosuchus that became semiaquatic much like carnivorous crocodiles. Just like their ancestors, they are herbivores that feed on ferns, cycads, berries, leaves, and underwater plants. They resemble a saltwater crocodile, but with a Simosuchus-like head with teeth design for eating plants.
  • Keatosaurus - Descended from Koreaceratops that lives in swamps of NA. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 131 species of American ostrich-dinosaurs. They range in size from turkey size to Ornithomimus sized ones. They are omnivores that feed on leaves, fruit, seeds, grass, roots, tuber, shoots, insects, washed up fish, smaller reptiles, small mammals, and eggs from other animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Amerivelociraptor - Descended from velociraptors that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Islaraptor - Descended from Velociraptors that were brought from Jurassic Park/World universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They are named because they originated from both Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna from Jurassic Park universe.
  • Indominus - Indominus is a hybrid that can run up to speeds of 30 mph when confined in its paddock with its roar alone reaching 140db-160db, as loud as the liftoff and landing of a Boeing 747 airplane. Indominus rex has spiky osteoderms across its body and horns above its eye orbits, traits that originated from the DNA of various abelisaurs used in its creation. Its osteoderms are extremely tough, being able to withstand fire from a GE M134 Minigun and even an indirect hit from an AT4 rocket launcher. It also has well-developed forelimbs from Therizinosaurus complete with opposable thumbs and a giant sickle claw on each middle finger that I. rex uses to grab prey. Its long arms also allows it to become semi-quadrupedal. A single swipe of its claws is able to incapacitate, and several were able to kill even giant sauropods like Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Brontosaurus, and other sauropod species, although they prefer ceratopsians and other dinosaurs (as well as mammals now, instead). It is able to change color from the cuttlefish used in its creation, which is used as camouflage in hunting, but also helped the hybrid grow at a quick rate. Their base skin color is a grayish white with eyes whose sclera are red-orange. The teeth of Indominus is tyrannosaurid which must have came from its base genome T. rex and were exposed like a crocodile. Due to this bit of instability, its teeth varies in size, often jutting out at unnatural angles and many can be broken. Indominus rex has a total of 74 teeth. The Indominus' lower jaw is slightly longer than the upper jaw, which gives it something of an underbite. Another trait that came from Tyrannosaurus being in its gene pool, the hybrid inherites the massively strong bite force it has, which Indominus use to even crush a bullet-proof Gyrosphere or break the neck of an Ankylosaurus. Its large size is attributed to Giganotosaurus. Interestingly, I. rex can reach 50 ft as an adult when none of the theropods, including Giganotosaurus, used in its creation could reach this length. The cause of this surpassed length in the hybrid is unknown. The tree frog DNA, which was intended to help them adapt to the climate of Isla Nublar, had allowed it to remove its own thermal signature. The hybrid can also detect the thermal signatures of others as well due to the pit adder DNA. The snake DNA may also be the reason why it can open its jaws wider than any of InGen's cloned theropods. Finally, the Velociraptor DNA used in Indominus creation gives it a high level of intelligence as well as the ability to communicate with JP (Jurassic Park) Velociraptor individuals. Good examples of its intelligence being one of the Indominus's plan of making everyone think she escaped and her ability to remember when and where they inserted her tracking implant. Though they do hunt for food, one known I. rex was shown to kill mainly for sport, though Indominus don't hunt for sports anymore, which can have negative impact to all animals. This individual also was known to have committed cannibalism, as she killed and ate her own sibling, which was the first thing she did as soon as she hatched. However, since the I. rex who had exhibited these traits had a rough upbringing these behaviors may not be natural. The cannibalism could have came from either Majungasaurus DNA or T. rex DNA or both since both theropods have fossil evidence of cannibalism, though the rough upbringing suggests that it could be a mental illness of some sort seen in this individual.
  • Swampland Desmatosuchus - Descended from Desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 137 species of swampland Desmatosuchus. They range in size from the size of an iguana to Desmatosuchus sized ones. They are herbivores.
  • Simosuchoid - Descended from Simosuchus that lives in the swamps. There are 139 species of Simosuchoids. They range in size from the size of a house cat to alligator sized ones. They are herbivores.

AmphibiansEdit

  • American Giant Salamander - Descended from either Chinese or Japanese giant salamanders that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Giant Bullfrog - Descended from American bullfrogs that became bigger due to the abundance of insects after people (homo sapiens) are gone. It is about the size of a juvenile domestic pig.

FishEdit

  • American Eel - A species of native eel. Same species alive today.
  • American Moray Eel - Descended from moray eels that got washed into freshwater rivers of North America. Few of the moray eels survived and became frewhwater tolerant instead of saltwater tolerant. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, other than their freshwater-tolerant ability.
  • American Giant Catfish - Descended from Mekong giant catfish that were introduced by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now 132 species of American giant catfish, ranging from salmon size ones to rhinoceros sized ones.
  • Northern Piranah - Descended from escaped piranahs. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Alligator Gar - A predatory fish found in rivers of Southeastern U.S. Same species alive today.
  • Southern Gar - Also known as the Florida gar, it is a large predatory fish indigenous to rivers of North America. Same species alive today.
  • Black Crappie - A species of commonly found freshwater fish. Same species alive today.
  • White Crappie - A species of commonly found freshwater fish. Same species alive today.
  • Bluegill - A species of small freshwater fish. It likes to find shelter among water plants and in the shades of the trees along banks. Same species alive today.
  • Bowfin - A predatory fish closely related to gars. Same species alive today.
  • Brown Bullhead - A species of catfish native to rivers of Southeastern U.S. Same species alive today.
  • Channel Catfish - A species of catfish native to Southeastern U.S's rivers. Same species alive today.
  • Mosquitofish - A species of small fish native to North American rivers. Same species alive today.
  • American Snakehead - Descended from snakeheads that were introduced to rivers of North America by humans. It is no longer an invasive species.
  • American Carp - Descended from common carp that were introduced to North American rivers. It is similar to its ancestors, but is no longer an invasive species.
  • Rainbow Bass - Descended from peacock bass that were introduced to North American rivers by humans. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Southeastern Tilapia - Descended from spotted tilapia that were introduced to rivers of Southeastern U.S by humans. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Cichlid - Many species of cichlids (both native and nonnative) are still alive, even in the New Pleistocene.
  • River lamna - They are the second top predators. That means they have almost no Predators. 9 meters and 6 tons. Weighs 6 tons because they're bulky. Evolved from either the porbeagle or salmon shark. hunted by deinospinax.
  • Mega Saw - Evolved from sawfishes. With the abudance of both nonnative and native small fishes, they've grown to 12 meters and 5 tons.
  • Giant Carp - Descended from introduced carp. They are about the size of a bottlenose dolphin. They are herbivores that feed on underwater plants.

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.
  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group.
  • 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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.

MontanaEdit

Montana stretched becoming the second largest state in the USA, even the ocean rised up in the Montana rivers, belonging to the largest land animals of Earth. The wild plains and forests of Montana are still ruled by modern species, such as bison, bears, pronghorns, cougars, wolves, deer, and many others.

MammalsEdit

  • American Common Dylanus - A species of dylanus native to North America. It is an omnivore. Same species alive today.
  • Canadian Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now covered in thick fur.
  • Farland's Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids. They resemble a hybrid between an American common dylanus and the American killer dylanus, but like most dylanuses, they are gentle animals. They are opportunistic omnivores.
  • Flashlight Dylanus - Descended from genetically engineered domestic dylanus/American common dylanus hybrids that escaped from laboratories. They were made by using the flashlight fish's genes/dna to give a dylanus a pair of light organs (along with bioluminescent bacteria) on their cheeks. These dylanus's are nocturnal, waking up to search for fruits and some nocturnal animals during nighttime. When the flashlight dylanus wants to "shine" to search for potential meals or danger, they open their light organs, if they're done with their light organs for now, they close them up (they close and open their light organs much like the flashlight fish). Their flashlight organs are used to attract their smaller prey (as flashlights and other bright objects can attract herbivores and other prey), but the flashlight organs are also used to stun or frighten away most predators (such as wolves, tyrant coyotes, cougars, bears, predatory dinosaurs, Elecmen.EXEs, and almost all predators) as their flashlight organs were also made to act like weapons (due to that humans modified them so the genetically altered dylanuses could defend for themselves and survive without protection from humans, but the flashlight dylanus themselves are immune to their own "shine"), but one predator is immune to the dylanus's flashlight organs, Bass.EXEs are immmune to the glow of the flashlight dylanus, so the Bass.EXEs are the most deadly predator to the flashlight dylanus. Unlike the American common dylanus, heatwater isn't its main habitat (only used if the Bass.EXEs are hunting them), but land is its main habitat. Unlike their ancestors, they can no longer talk (due to their dna was slightly altered a bit by humans), instead they make low-pitch rumbles, grunts, growls, snarls, and bellows as part of their communications. They are omnivores that feed on fruits, mushrooms (yes, the dylanuses were also modified so they could eat all kinds of native and non-native mushrooms of North America with no signs of being poisoned or getting sick from mushrooms), insects, crustaceans, fish, frogs, small reptiles, and smaller mammals. They resemble a hybrid between the American common dylanus and a domestic dylanus, but with a flashlight organs on its cheeks like the ones found on flashlight fishes.
  • American Killer Dylanus - The world's only killer dylanus, it is almost fully carnivorous. Same species alive today.
  • American Running Dylanus - Descended from Florida running dylanuses that spread into almost all parts of North America. They are omnivorous. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Big Dylanus - Descended from New Zealand giant dylanuses that escaped from zoos and safari parks. They are omnivores that are mostly herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Giant Dylanus - Descended from Madagascar giant dylanuses that escaped from zoos and safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Mega-Dylanus - Descended from Madagascar giant dylanuses that escaped from zoos and safari parks. They are herbivores. They resemble the American common dylanus more than their ancestors. They are also bigger than their ancestors, about 19.5 feet tall and little more than 2 tons, making them the largest dylanus on earth, about the size of an extinct Indian giant dylanus.
  • New Imperial Mammoth - An American species of elephant, it is bigger than a bull African elephant. It is descended from African elephants. Like the ancient mammoths and mastodons, they have fur to keep them warm and longer tusks. The new imperial mammoth is the 3rd largest mammal in North America, after the Elephantotherium and the Astridotherium.
  • American Plains Lion - A large species of cat, descended from African lions, it became the largest species of cat ever to walk on Earth. Like the ancient American lion, it can run fast.
  • Montana Wolverine-Cat - Descended from genetically-engineered hybrids between cats and mustelids, they are common in areas of the grasslands and tundra. It is bigger than a leopard, They mainly prey on elk, herbivorous reptiles, bison, mammoths, Astridotherium calves and horses. The Wolverine-Cat has powerful limbs like a bear, cat like body, but with a short tail and tiger teeth. The wolverine cat is a mix of a sabre toothed cat and a wolverine like it's cousin, the Snowstalker. It is also the largest feline/mustelid in America. The males have mouth pouch for their sabre teeth like female Bardelot, the females don't have sabre teeth like the male Bardelot, making look like a polar bear. The males have the same fur color as a wolverine, the females have white fur. The male ones are larger than a leopard, the females are the size of a cheetah.
  • Giant Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were cloned in the Late Holocene. They are mostly herbivorous.
  • Jefferson's Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were cloned and brought back in the Late Holocene. They are the main prey items for terror bears, greater bears, wolves, wild dogs, hyenas, tigers, and lions. They prefer the Forested parts of the great plains than open spaces, as they rely on trees to feed on leaves.
  • Astridotherium - Descended from humans, the Astridotherium became one of the largest land mammal ever to walk North America. They stand 40-50ft tall and about 25 tons, bigger than even the biggest theropod dinosaur. Even though they are omnivores, they are mostly herbivores that eat berries, plants, but can even eat carcasses of other large animals. They are actually gentle giants. They are named after Astrid from How  to Train Your Dragon. Unlike other mammals, they bump their necks into each other to mate.
  • Campestribrotherium - Descended from the Indricotherium that escaped from Cenozoic parks. They are now the largest land mammals on earth, even bigger than Astridotherium and the prehistoric Palaeoloxodon (which weighed only 23 tons, compared to this animal, which weighs about 25 tons). It is a gentle giant that is just a browsing herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors, although about 5 tons bigger than their ancestors.
  • Beavalo - A massive species of brovine (a descendant of genetically-engineered hybrids between bovines and rodents such as beavers, porcupines, takin, bison and musk ox), They are herbivores like all bison and rodent species. They are similar to the animals bison and beavers. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds. They have the head and tail similar to that of a beaver and a body and horns similar to that of a bison.
  • American Caracal - The American caracal is descended from African caracals that escaped from zoos/safari parks. They are now bigger than a jaguars, due to competition from lynxes. They are one of the rivals of the American hyenas, due to they also hunt bison, oryxes, and deer.
  • American Oryx - Descended from the Arabian oryxs, the American oryxs became fast. Their predators are the American Caracal, the American Plains Lion and New Barbour's Cat.
  • American Hippopotamus - A descendant of African hippos that escaped from zoos. They are far less aggressive and this species in Montana is two times larger than its ancestors.
  • American Gaur - Descended from the Indian gaurs that escaped from zoos/safari parks. The American gaurs are larger than the American bison. They are gentle giants. They also have predators such as American Plains Lions and New Barbour's Cat.
  • New Barbour's Cat (Barbourofelis americaum) - Descended from the ancient Barbourofelis fricki, Barbourofelis americanum became the apex predator of the Wyoming Serengeti. They prey on bison, elk, horses, pigs, sheeps, young Astridotheriums and mammoths.
  • Greater Bear - Descended from grizzly bears that is more carnivorous than their ancestors. Some species resemble the long-extinct cave bears, while others resembles the another long-extinct bear, short-faced bear.
  • Terror Bear - Descended from polar bears that migrated south to mainland United States. They are similar to their ancestors, but is now dark brown rather than white. It is a main predator of ground sloths, mammoths, deer, camels, llamas, and horses.
  • Herbivorous Bear - A large species of bear. It only eats berries, fruit, leaves, shoots and other kinds of plants. They are primarily light brown, with dark brown patches on their face. They are no longer aggressive, unlike any other bear species.
  • American Serengeti Warthog - Descended from warthogs, the American warthog is the largest species of pig, about the size of a hippo. They only feed on plants.
  • American Prairie Buffalo - Descended from African Cape Buffaloes that escaped from safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors, but in order to survive in the cold, they are now woolly (much like the American bison, another species of bovine that shares the same habitat). Prairie buffaloes often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Plains Bison - A massive species of bovine (slightly bigger than their ancestors from modern times), that was almost driven to extinction during the time of man, when humans colonized North America.
  • Wood Bison - A subspecies of bison, widespread throughout North America. They are slightly bigger than modern bison.
  • Darwin's Bison - Descended from wood bison. They are herbivores like all bison species. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Longhorn Bison - Descended from wood bison. They resemble the prehistoric Ice Age giant bison. They are the largest species of bison of North America. They often migrate with other bison species to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Northern Guanaco - In the late Holocene, guanacos migrated from South America to North America. They are larger then their ancestors, about the size of a large domestic llama. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Northern Peccary - Descended from South American peccaries that migrated to North America. They now have fat to protect themselves against the cold.
  • American Plains Tapir - Descended from mountain tapirs that migrated from South America. They are now covered in woolly fur to protect themselves from the possible cold temperature.
  • American Prairie Macaque - Descended from Japanese macaque monkeys that were introduced to North America by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but is more adapted to life on land and is more adapted to running than their ancestors.
  • American Baboon - A descendant from baboons that escaped from zoos/safari parks. These monkeys are now woolly (unlike their ancestors) to protect themselves against the cold.
  • Savanna Ape - Descended from chimpanzees that escaped from zoos and safari parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but now spend more time on ground. They are also more omnivorous than their ancestors.
  • False Sasquatch - Descended from Gigantopithecus that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are mostly herbivorous. They resemble an orangutan more than their ancestors, but is bulkier and contains more muscles (much like gorillas for strength against larger predators, such as carnivorous dinosaurs, etc.). They are the largest non-human apes on earth, along with the Asian Gigantopithecus. They prefer the forest-covered parts of Montana rather than open spaces due to they need fruits (descended from apples, mangos, etc. that were genetically engineered to survive in more arid climates and colder temperatures) that live in the forests.
  • Great Plains Vampire Bat - Descended from genetically engineered vampire bats that were let loose by domestic dylanuses. Unlike most other bats (including their ancestors that were not yet genetically engineered), they now have antifreeze in their blood to survive the cold.
  • Steppe Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that lives on the Ancestral Steppes. Unlike their ancestors (which fed on only leaves and berries), they now also feed on grass in order to survive in grasslands. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with bison herds to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Montana Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Cougar - A species of large cat that is native to North America. Similar to today's species.
  • Saiga Antelope - A species of antelope that is found everywhere, from Europe, to Asia, to North America.
  • Elk - A very large species of deer that is found in most of North America. Same as today's species.
  • Moose - The largest species of deer of this reign and the tallest native ungulate in the Serengeti.
  • Bighorn Sheep - A large species of sheep adapted to mountainous regions of the Serengeti. They are large, with brownish-red fur and large tan spiral-curved horns, that help males battle for mates.
  • Gray Wolf - A large species of wild dog that commonly communicates by howling. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors of modern times.
  • Coyote - A medium-sized species of canid. After lions became apex predators, coyotes became more adapted to being a scavenger and a hunter of small birds and rodents. They resemble a modern coyote, but are slightly larger and has thicker fur than other coyote species, due to an Ice Age.
  • American Black Bear - A large species of bear native to North America. Same species alive today.
  • Grizzly Bear - A large subspecies of brown bear. It preys on bison, elk, wild sheep, guanacos, young mammoths, and sometimes buffaloes, but also eats berries. They are primarily light brown, with dark brown patches on their face.
  • Pronghorn - A species of artiodactyl mammal indigenous to interior western and central North America.
  • Prairie Dog - A large species of ground-dwelling squirrel relative. Same species alive today.
  • Black-Footed Ferret - A species of weasel native to North America. It was almost killed off to extinction by humans, but without humans (homo sapiens), their prey, the prairie dogs, had recovered and the population grew, allowing the black-footed ferret to also recover and their population also grew. Same species alive today.
  • Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size, Capybara-like marmot. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They live in herds up to 80 individuals.
  • American Vampire - In the Late Holocene, man has mastered universe travel. Humans took so many characters and species from different universe, one of them is a vampire (from 1930's-1950's Dracula films). When man left earth, vampires broke out from universal zoos. They are no longer evil creatures, unlike their ancestors, It can now reproduce by giving birth to live young and no longer reproduce by turning humans into vampires (since humans are now gone). They are carnivores, drinking blood from small mammals, bovines (if careful enough), chalicotheres, small dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)Edit

  • New Tapinocephalus - Descended from Tapinocephalus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • North American Placerias - Descended from Placerias that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Northern Lystrosaurus - Descended from Lystrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks and Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Dicynodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • Diictodon - Its ancestors escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • North American Moschops - Descended from Moschops that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They often migrate with plains bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • North American Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

ReptilesEdit

  • Night Fury - Man brought this dragon from another universe. These dragon are black in Color and can actually be really friendly. Can shoot fire balls.
  • Oviraptorid - A group of feathered bird-like theropod dinosaurs. They are omnivores. There are 182 species of oviraptorids. They range from the size of a chicken to the size of a Gigantoraptor. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Ornithomimid - A group of ostrich-like herbivorous theropod dinosaurs. There are 171 species of Ornithomimids. They range from the size of a Sinornithomimus to the size of a Deinocheirus. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Serengeti Desmatosuchus - Descended from Desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivorous. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Prairie Notosuchid - Descended from Notosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Plains Herbisuchus - Descended from Desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores (hence their name). They resemble a hybrid between a Desmatosuchus and a Simosuchus. They are the size of a Nile crocodile.
  • Savanna Simosuchus - Descended from Simosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Unicorn Ceratopsian - Descended from Centrosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Knob-Horned Ceratopsian - Descended from Pachyrhinosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. Some Knob-Horned ceratopsians can migrate with bison herds.
  • Bison Ceratopsian - Descended from Einiosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They are named because they are the most common dinosaur to be found in herds alongside bison herds.
  • Edmontosaurus - A large Hadrosaur that is native to much of mainland North America. They are herbivores. There are 93 species of Edmontosaurus. They range from the size of a Camptosaurus to the size of an Edmontosaurus. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Maiasaura - A large native hadrosaur dinosaur. They are herbivores. There are 121 species of Maiasauras. They range from the size of a Dryosaurus to the size of a Dryosaurus. They are 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.
  • Gutsman.EXE - A Descendant of a Net-Navi from Megaman Battle Network universe with a same name. There are now female Gutsman.EXEs, not just Male Gutsman.EXEs, in order for their species to survive. They are completely herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, roots, tuber, shoots, and ferns. Adult Gutsman.EXEs can be about 16 feet tall and weigh about 2 tons. They are no longer sapient, so they now only behave, eat, and walk like gorillas, but are a lot more peaceful than gorillas, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee. Unlike their ancestors and unlike other Net-Navis, they could no longer talk as this ability is not important for herbivorous Gutsman.EXEs, so they communicate by snort, grunt, growl, moan, bellow, and roar. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors. Their only natural predators are Elecman.EXEs, Bass.EXEs, Allosaurs, Tyrannosaurs, and large terror birds. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group. They often migrate with herds of bison to search for new feeding grounds.
  • 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.
  • Colonel.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, Colonel.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Colonel.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.
  • Tomahawkman.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, Tomahawkman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Tomahawkman.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.
  • Searchman.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, Searchman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Searchman.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.
  • Swallowman.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, Swallowman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Swallowman.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.
  • Serenade.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, Serenade.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Serenade.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.
  • Roll.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, Roll.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just females, but also male Roll.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.
  • Burnerman.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, Burnerman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Burnerman.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.
  • Plantman.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, Plantman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Plantman.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.
  • Zero.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, Zero.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Zero.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, but they no longer have masks, so they actually have a Megaman.EXE-like face. They eat the similar kind of food as modern humans. They are sometimes hostile, according to Megaman Battle Network games and anime.
  • Quickman.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, Quickman.EXE (a Net-Navi) clones had escaped from laboratories, starting their population. Their descendants now includes not just males, but also female Quickman.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. They are the fastest runners on earth, reaching speeds about 250 miles per hour.