Taking up the southern parts of California, a flat grassland with scattered trees.
- Californian Wild Horse - A descendant of domestic horses, they resemble Przewalski's horse, but are slimmer and have color variations of orange(similar to przewalski's horse), white, gray, brown, tan, and black.
- California Plains Sika Deer - A descendant of sika deer deer that were brought to California by humans. They are similar to their ancestors.
- Californian Grizzly Bear - A descendants of brown bears that migrated to California.
- California Hyena - Descended from spotted hyenas that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
- Californian Cattle - A descendant of domestic cattle, they resemble Hereford cattle, but without the white patches. They run in large herds.
- Californian Buffalo - A descendant of African cape buffaloes that escaped from zoos or safari parks. Unlike their ancestors, they now have brownish grey fur and they have larger and stronger horns to defend themselves against bears and other predators.
- Californian Bison - A subspecies of American bison, that has shorter fur with dark rings around it's eyes.
- Californian White Rhinoceros - A descendant of white rhinoceros that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are the second largest mammal herbivore in California.
- Californian Elk - A large cervid that is found throughout North America. The Californian elk is identical to the other subspecies of Elk, but with greenish-brown fur.
- Shagrat - A Large, Sheep-size Capybara that resembles a shagrat from the future is wild, hence their name. they live in herds up to 80 individuals. They are similar to their ancestors, but without blubber or undercoat fur, since California is now very warm.
- Californian Gray Wolf - A A descendant of gray wolves that migrated to California, when it was still connected to the rest of North America. They are similar to their ancestors.
- Californian Black Rhinoceros - A descendant of black rhinoceros that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors.
- Californian Scimitar Oryx - Descended from scimitar oryxes that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are similar to their ancestors.
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