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Most of California has become a large chain of islands.

Redwood Forest

The Californian redwood forest is one on the most bio-diverse biomes in California.

Mammals

  • Western Giant Rat - Descended from genetically engineered rats that escaped or were released by dylanuses after people left earth. They are now much bigger (ranging in size from about the size of a pouch rat to the size of a hippo) and are completely herbivorous. Unlike their ancestors, they are peaceful/gentle animals and they reproduce really slow (as slow as a cape buffalo) to reduce the chance of native species going extinct. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Island Giant Mouse - Descended from lab mice that were released by dylanuses. They are now completely herbivorous and are much bigger (ranging in size from rat size to goat sized creatures). They now reproduce slower than their ancestors (as slow as a antelope). Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californian Entelodont - Descended from Entelodons that escaped from cenozoic parks. They are slightly less carnivorous than their ancestors due to less competition, so their favorite food are fruit, cycads, ferns, leaves, horsetails, nonpoisonous flowers, fish, and sometimes dead animals. They are now much less aggressive and more peaceful than their ancestors due to lack of competition. Other than that. They are similar to their ancestors. They live in herds up to about 38 members in a single group.
  • American Pine Marten - A small arboreal mustelid that is common throughout the redwood forests. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Common Dylanus - Descended from American common dylanus that mirgated to California (when most of California was connected to the rest of USA) and interbred with the few remaining feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors, but with a lighter skin color (almost pale in color).
  • California Giant Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanus/wild American common dylanus hybrids. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but are the largest dylanus on earth (along with the Madagascar giant dylanus), about 14-16 feet tall and 1 ton. They are mostly herbivorous, but can feed on insects or dead animals to supplement their diet and when they do, nothing gets in their way.
  • Californian Dwarf Dylanus - Descended from feral dylanus/wild American common dylanus hybrids. They are omnivores. They are the smallest dylanus species, about 2.5 feet tall and 52.5 pounds. They have longer legs than their ancestors to run away from raptors, jaguars, and bears easier. They are also one of the fastest running dylanus, reaching speeds about 38-44 mph.
  • False Killer Dylanus - Descended from American killer dylanuses that escaped from zoos. They are less carnivorous than their ancestors and are no longer canibalistic, due to lack of competition on California, so they are no longer aggressive to their own species or other species of dylanuses, so they now only feed on insects, fish, small reptiles, smaller mammals, and fruit.
  • Californian Running Dylanus - Descended from Florida running dylanus that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californian Forest Flying Fox - Descended from flying foxes that migrated from Asia. They are similar to their Asian ancestors.
  • American Badger - A large aggressive mustelid. Same species alive today.
  • Pacific Lemur - Descended from many species of lemurs that escaped from zoos or safari parks. There are about 2,150 species of Pacific lemurs native to California. Many species of Pacific lemurs are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gray Squirrel - A small arboreal species of squirrel, that lives holes in redwood trees. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Elephant - A descendant of Asian elephants that are now about 1.3% bigger than a modern day African elephant. Its ancestors probably escaped from zoos, safari parks, or both, and migrated to California when most of California was connected to USA. They are the largest herbivores of California and the largest species of elephants.
  • Western Fossa - Descended from fossas that escaped from zoos. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Western Sugar Glider - Descended from sugar gliders that escaped from pet stores from nearby states such as Arizona, and then migrated to California when it was connected to the rest of the USA. Sugar gliders mostly died, but thrive strangely in California. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Redwood Macaque - Descended from the rhesus macaque, which was introduced during the early Holocene and became a introduced species, they are sometimes preyed on by Redwood Cougars. They have darker fur and longer tails.
  • Californian Common Chalicothere - Descended from Ancylotherium that escaped from Cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Californian Knuckle-Walking Chalicothere - Descended from Chalicotherium that escaped from Cenozoic parks. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • California Spider Monkey - Descended from spider monkeys that escaped from zoos.
  • California Night Monkey - Descended from night monkeys that escaped zoos.
  • California Squirrel Monkey - Descended from squirrel monkeys that escaped from zoos.
  • California Opossum - A descendant of Virginia opossum That now lives in California. They are very close to their ancestors.
  • Californian Wood Rabbit - A descendant of European rabbits that interbred with a few remaining domestic rabbits and are now one of the native species of wild rabbit of California. In summer they are brown, but in winter they are pure white. Despite competition with cottontail rabbits, they are flourishing very well.
  • Cottontail Rabbit - A species of rabbit. Same species alive today.
  • California Red Fox - A descendant of red fox that migrated to California when it was still connected to the united states.
  • California Striped Skunk - Evolved from striped skunks that migrated to California when it was still connected to the united states.
  • California Jaguar - Evolved from jaguars that probably migrated from south america. They are now less colorful since they now live in their new habitats that are less colorful.
  • Spike-Furred Boar - Evolved from wild boars that now have sharp fur to protect themselves from predators. the only predator that could hunt them are California jaguars and redwood cougars, as they are known to avoid the sharp parts of their fur.
  • Wolverine - A large, aggressive mustelid. Same species alive today.
  • Redwood Cougar - An arboreal species of cougar, more leopard-like in build than their ancestors.
  • Western Cougar - A species of cougar found throught Western North America and California. Same species alive today.
  • Raccoon - A species of omnivore related to bears. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Wombat - Descended from Australian wombats that made it to California by rafting. They are similar to their Australian ancestors.
  • California Wallaby - Descended from Australia's wallabies that made it to California by rafting. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californian Devil - Descended from Tasmanian devils that rafted to California after they were introduced to Australia from Tasmania. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Koala - Descended from koalas that made it to California by rafting. They are similar to an Australian koalas.
  • Black Bear - A medium size bear. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Grizzly Bear - A descendants of brown bears that migrated to California.
  • Sheepalope - Descended from feral sheep that now resembles a cross between a sheep and a gazelle, and in order to survive, they can now run fast enough to escape from predators. They live in herds up to 30 individuals in a single group.
  • California 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.
  • White-Tailed Deer - A medium sized species of deer, common throughout the Americas. Same species alive today.
  • Black-Tailed Deer - A medium size species of deer, found throughout the Americas. Same species alive today.
  • Mule Deer - A medium sized species of deer, common throughout the Americas. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Tapir - A large species of tapir found sparsely through the red woods, babies are often preyed on by cougars and jaguars.
  • American Mink - A species of mustelid of north america and California. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Saber-tooth Peccary - A species of saber-tooth Peccary, that are native to California. They probably migrated from South America.
  • Shasta Ground Sloth - Originally extinct in the Late Pleistocene, but were cloned and brought back ij the Late Holocene. They are the main prey for bears, cougars, jaguars, and wolves.
  • 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 bears, jaguars, and wolves.
  • Californian Capybara - Descended from capybaras that escaped from zoos or private homes. They are similar to their ancestors, but are not as semi-aquatic as their ancestors.
  • 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.
  • Californian Wolf - A descendant of gray wolves that migrated to California, when it was still connected to the rest of North America. It may have bred with the few remaining domestic dogs, as most of the dogs died out, because they were either too small or spayed and neutered. Just like most other wolf species, they can communicate by howling.
  • American Wood Elves - Descended from wood elves from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Dark Elves - Descended from dark elves from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to 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.
  • American Werewolves - Descended from werewolves from another universe. They are basically upright-walking wolves with man-like bodies, wolf-like fur, claws, head, legs, and tail. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can no longer transform their victims as there are no more modern humans.
  • American Ghosts - Descended from ghosts from another universe. They are omnivores. They are now immune to sunlight. They are similar to their ancestors, but are now peaceful and no longer aggressive, so they are no longer scary.
  • American Unicorns - Descended from unicorns from another universe. They are basically horses with horns similar to narwhal's tusks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Pegasus - Descended from pegasuses from another universe. They are basically horses with bird-like wings. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Satyrs - Descended from satyrs from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Centaurs - Descended from centaurs from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Minotaurs - Descended from minotaurs from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Pixies - Descended from pixies from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Fairies - Descended from fairies from another universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)

  • 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.
  • California 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.
  • Californian Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California 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.
  • California Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

Birds

  • Spotted Owl - A large owl, found throughout the redwood forests. It's favorite animal to hunt is the gray squirrel. Same species alive today.
  • California White-Eye - A bird that is endemic to California. It is descended from introduced Japanese white-eyes.
  • Common Raven - A bird that's closely related to crows. Same species alive today.
  • Ground Raven - Descended from common ravens that became terrestrial and completely flightless. They are both plant eaters and scavengers. They resemble a hybrid between a raven and a genyornis.
  • Redwood Mockingjay - Descended from mockingjays that were brought from the Hunger Games universe by humans. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Wild West Peacock - A descendant of peacocks introduced by people that is less colorful than its ancestors, with green, black and blue tail feathers.
  • California Moon Macaw - A descendant of macaws that probably migrated from South America to California. They are nocturnal.
  • Common California Macaw - Descended from macaws that probably migrated from South America to California. Unlike its neighbors, the moon macaws, they are diurnal.
  • Redwood Parakeet - A descendant of the monk parakeet that has the anatomy of the monk parakeet, but brownish-gray feathers that dot it's body. It is one of the two species of parakeets found in California.
  • Northern Budgerigar - A descendant of domestic Budgerigar that escaped into the forests. They live in large social groups and live high up in the forest canopy.
  • Forest Condor - A large arboreal species of condor, that lives in the redwood forest.
  • Turkey Vulture - A common species of vulture, with its distinct turkey-like head. Same species alive today.
  • Oceanside Moa - Descended from genetically modified moas that escaped from laboratories. They are herbivores. There are 13 species of Californian moas, ranging from emu size to giant moa sized species. They resemble a New Zealand moa, but are slightly faster and more alert than their ancestors.
  • Western Elephant Bird - Descended from genetically altered elephant birds that escaped. They are herbivores. They resemble a Madagascar elephant bird, but are slightly faster and more alert than their ancestors.
  • Pacific Dodo - Descended from genetically engineered dodos. They are herbivores. They are similar to (other than they're faster and more alert than) their ancestors.
  • California Emu - Descended from emus that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Rhea - Descended from escaped rheas. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pacific Gastornis - Descended from escaped Gastornis. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Browsing Genyornis - Desended from genetically altered Genyornis. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors, other than their diet.
  • California Scavenging Genyornis - Descended from escaped Genyornis. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Dromornis - Descended from genetically modified Dromornis. They are herbivores, unlike their ancestors. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Western Forest Turkey - A descendant of domestic turkeys, that escaped from somewhere, like a zoo or private farm. It has a slim body, with both black and dark brown feathers. It resembles a wild turkey more than it's domestic ancestors, but still has some domestic turkey characteristics, such as how big they are, etc.

Reptiles

  • Californian Meiolania - Descended from Meiolania that escaped from Cenozoic parks and Cenozoic reptile houses. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californian Simosuchus - A Simosuchus that lives in California. Its ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 73 species of Californian Simosuchus, ranging from house cat size to Nile crocodile sized ones. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Iguanacroc - Descended from Notosuchus that lives in California. It is a herbivore. It is similar to their ancestors.
  • Californian Desmatosuchus - Descended from Desmatosuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 120 species of Californian Desmatosuchus, ranging from iguana size to Desmatosuchus sized ones. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Nauger - An almost-quadrupedal, woodpecker-like tree-climbing dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Waspeater - A green, anteater-like insectivorous dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Flurrit - A spotted, gliding, carnivorous dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gimp - A tiny, almost quadrupedal, nectar-drinking dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tree Hopper - An agile, primate-like insectivorous dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Scaly Glider - A small, almost quadrupedal, arboreal, insectivorous dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Treewyrm - An arboreal, long-necked, snake-like, armless, carnivorous dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Treepounce - An arboreal, almost marten-like, carnivorous dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Crackbeak - An aboreal, basal, herbivorous ornithopd from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Footle - A small, agile, tree-dwelling, squirrel/hummingbird-like, insectivorous dinosaurs from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Dwarf Titanosaur - A small titanosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They are the largest native dinosaurs of California, about 28 feet long and 6 tons.
  • Kloon - A small, flightless, wingless, bidpedal, herbivorous, moa-like pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Wandle - A large, flightless, wingless, bidpedal, herbivorous, moa-like pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • 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), 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.
  • Death Song - A lesser known dragon from HTTYD. They lure their prey with their songs. They can trap their prey with sticky substance
  • Californian Ostrich-Dinosaur - Descended from Ornithomimids that escaped from dinosaur parks. There are 117 species of Californian 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.
  • Californian Velociraptor - Descended from Velociraptors that lives in Californian redwood forests. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but is slightly smaller (about 4-5 feet long and weighing about 5-12 kilograms.
  • Segnosaurus - A rather small species of therizinosaur. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Nothronychus - A species of bizzare therizinosaur. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Californatherizinus - Descended from Neimongosaurus that lives in redwood forests of California. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Anucosaurus - Descended from Nanshiungosaurus that lives in redwood forests of California. It is the largest theropod of California. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Stanitosaurus - Descended from Beipiaosaurus that lives in California's redwood forests. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Nanotherizinus - Descended from Jianchangosaurus that lives in Californian redwood forests. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Falcarius - A small species of therizinosaur from California. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Alexornosaurus - Descended from Alxasaurus that lives in parts of Californian redwood forests. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Swansaur - Descended from coelophysis that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Wounder - Descended from troodon that escaped from dinosaur parks. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Cassowary Raptor - Descended from Fukuivenator (a first-known fully herbivorous or almost herbivorous raptor dinosaur) that lives in California. It is an omnivore that is mostly herbivorous. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Alloraptor - Descended from eoraptors that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Nanotyrannoraptor - Despite its name, it is actually descended from Staurikosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Bird Robber - Descended from ornitholestes that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Alwalkeria - Descended from Alwalkeria that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californiasaurus - Descended from Masiakasaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores that feed on ferns, fruit, leaves, insects, fish, smaller reptiles, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Deinodontatherium - Descended from Noasaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Ornithotorgosauroids - Descended from Jinfengopteryx that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Anchiornis - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Caudipteryx - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Incisivosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Protarchaeopteryx - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Avimimus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Chirostenotes - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Merksoraptor - Descended from Nomingia that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Citipati - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Oviraptor - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Mononykus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Shuvuuia - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Common Land Speedster - Descended from Fruitadens that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores that feed on ferns, cycads, horsetails, leaves, fruits, and insects. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Darwin's Land Speedster - Descended from Heterodontosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores that feed on ferns, cycads, horsetails, leaves, fruits, seeds, roots, tubers, and insects. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californiocursor - Descended from Eocursor that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Fabrosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californiakia - Descended from Lesothosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pisanosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Hypsilophodon - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Leaellynasaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gigahypsilophodon - Despite their name, these dinosaur are actually descended from Altascopcosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Yaturosaurus - Descended from Qantassaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Oryctodromeus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californiadromeus - Descended from Albertadromeus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Zephyrosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Orodromeus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Parksosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Alloparksosaurus - Descended from Changchunsaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Nanoparksosaurodontus - Descended from Jeholosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Thescelosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Stenopelix - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californiacephalus - Descended from Wannanosaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Goyocephale - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Homalocephale - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Stegoceras - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Prenocephale - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Tylocephale - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pachycephalosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Psittacosaurus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Longosaurus - Descended from Yinlong that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Microceratopsosaurus - Descended from Xuanhuaceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Allopsittacosaurus - Descended from Chaoyangsaurus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Archaeoceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Auroraceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Helioceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Aquantrixanoceratops - Descended from Koreaceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Nanotopsosaurus - Descended from Liaoceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Microceratus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Therosauroceratops - Descended from Mosaiceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Yamaceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Cerasinops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Ischioceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Leptoceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Gigaceratops - Descended from Montanoceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Prenoceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Udanoceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They are the second largest dinosaurs of California, about 5 tons.
  • Alloudanoceratops - Descended from Zhuchengceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Nanosauroceratops -Descended from Ajkaceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Bagaceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Citamosaurus - Descended from Gobiceratops that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Graciliceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Protoceratops - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Calicerasaurus - Descended from majungasaurus that lives in California. It is the largest carnivorous dinosaur of California, about 2 tons. It is a canibalistic carnivore. It is similar to their ancestors.
  • Nanognathus - Descended from compsognathus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Californioraptor - Descended from microraptors that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Hesperonychus - Their ancestors escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestor.
  • Alloavis - Descended from rahonavis that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are insectivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Raptorosaurus - Descended from Scipionyx that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Toraton - The largest natural land animal that has ever lived, even bigger than the biggest dinosaur. Its ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They are about 23 feet tall and weigh about 120 tons. The toraton is a cold-blooded reptile, so it does not face the problem of overheating that would confront a similarly-sized mammal. With a body weight of up to 120 tons, this is the biggest terrestrial animal ever to have walked Earth, bigger even than the greatest of the dinosaurs. Due to its sheer size, an adult toraton has no predators and no longer has any need for a shell. Small sections of the ancestral shell do still remain, however, forming an external support for the creature's muscles, which its feeble ribs and vertebrae alone cannot carry. In addition, the legs have moved from a sideways position in most other reptiles to underneath the animal to support like four great pillars as it walks along, just with a elephant's legs. Any animal bigger than a ton has to support itself with directly under its body, not out to the side, otherwise it would not have to strength to stand up. Once the toraton changed its gate to accommodate this, it could get bigger and bigger. The toraton eats constantly. A body this huge requires a large intake of food and the toraton consumes about 1,300 pounds (600 kilograms) of plant matter each day. Huge jaw muscles support a scissor-like beak which rips vegetation from the trees. The toraton does not chew, but grinds up its food in a big muscular stomach, or gizzard. The rear part of the digestive system is a gut where bacteria break down remaining plant matter. This digestive system allows the toraton to eat virtually any kind of vegetation. While most tortoises mate on top of each other, toratons do not because a female will not be able to support 120 tons on her back. They solve this problem by mating back to back. They back into each other, and face away from each other, during courtship and mating. Once the male and female are back to back, they both raise their tails to reveal their cloaca, and the two cloaca actually touch and that is when sperm is transferred from one to the other. Young toratons emerge from eggs so tough that the mother helps them out by cracking the shell with her beak. Before they graduate to eating true greens, hatchling toratons will often eat feces from the adults in order to acquire the essential microflora to digest their low-quality herbivorous diet. Youngsters are cared for by their parents for the first five years of their lives. With no predators big enough to threaten them, healthy toratons can live to the ripe old age of 120 years.
  • Western Dwarf Toraton - Descended from toratons that were brought. from The Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. Unlike their giant ancestors, adults of this species does have natural predators, large carnivorous dinosaurs and some large dragon species inlcuding monstrous nightmares, bonenappers, etc. They are much smaller than their larger relatives due to insular dwarfism, about the size of an African elephant. They lay larger amount of eggs and lay them more frequently than their ancestors.
  • American Firebreathing Dragons - Descended from mountain dragons from the last dragon documentary universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

Fish

  • Forest Flish - A species of flish (a group of bird-like, air-breathing, flying cod descendants with bird-like vocalizations) that were brought from The Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are mostly herbivorous. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now more than 3,185 species of forest flishes of California, ranging from sparrow-size to eagle-sized ones. Despite competition from modern birds, flishes are thriving well.

Invertebrates

  • Megasquid - A terrastrial air-breathing cephalopod that eats smaller organisms. It is part of a group of land-living cephalopods called tetrasquids. Their ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are omnivores that feed on fruit, flishes, smaller tetrasquids, insects, small dinosaurs, small speed stingers, birds, monkeys, mongooses, and dylanuses (except giant dylanuses as they are too big to be eaten by megasquids). They are similar to their ancestors. Despite competition with elephants and toratons, they are flourishing very well.
  • Squibbon - An agile, tree-climbing, terrastrial, tetrasquid-grouped cephalopod. Just like megasquids, squibbons were brought from the Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are omnivores that feed on fruit, leaves, flishes, small lizards, small birds, and small mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.

Net-Navis

  • 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.
  • 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, and Tyrannosaurs. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group.
  • 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.

Plant

  • Giant Sequoias - A giant tree, that is one of the largest trees in the world. It has stayed untouched throughout the thousands of years of it's long life spans.

Californian River

A eruption of fault lines caused a large pathway to open through the redwood forest, causing a large river.

Mammals

  • California Riverbank Dylanus - Descended from American common dylanus that interbred with some of the last North America's domestic dylanuses. They are omnivores that feed on fruit, small invertebrates, small fish, small amphibians, small reptiles, reptile eggs, bird eggs, and smaller mammals. They are similar to their ancestors, but spent much of their time near the rivers, so they could hunt fish and crustaceans, their main food source.
  • 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.
  • Californian River Dolphin - A descendant of bottlenose dolphins that evolved to stand both fresh and saltwater. It is smaller than bottlenose dolphins and has a longer snout, with a minimized dorsal fin.
  • Western Freshwater Seal - Descended from escaped harbor seals. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but are browner in color and they can tolerate freshwater.
  • Woody's Freshwater Seal - Descended from escaped weddell seals. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but have slightly less blubber (due to that California is much warmer than Antarctica) and can now tolerate freshwater.
  • Darwin's Freshwater Seal - Descended from escaped gray seals. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • Hooded Freshwater Seal - Descended from escaped hooded seals. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but are slightly browner in color and have slightly less blubber (due to that California is much warmer than the Arctic).
  • Harpy's Freshwater Seal - Descended from escaped harp seals. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but are browner & darker in color and can now tolerate freshwater.
  • Western River Lion - Descended from escaped California sea lions. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Fur Seal - Descended from escaped fur seals. They eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Monk Seal - Descended from escaped monk seals. They can eat fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Elephant Seal - Descended from escaped elephant seals. They feed on fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Fishing Seal - Descended from escaped leopard seals. They feed on fish, crustaceans, small amphibians, smaller mammals, and sometimes penguins. They are similar to their ancestors, but are less aggressive and can now tolerate freshwater.
  • River Walrus - Descended from escaped walruses. They feed on fish, crustaceans, shellfish, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • American Beaver - A species of beaver that is a same species alive today.
  • American River Otter - A Swimming mustelid. Same as today's species.
  • Muskrat - A beaver-like rodent. Same species alive today.
  • Giant Beaver - A larger descendant of the American beaver, it lies near the river formed in the middle of the forest after humans. They are much more aggressive and slothful than it's ancestors. They are about the size of a long-extinct giant beaver, castoroides, hence their name.
  • Giant Muskrat - A larger descendant of muskrats that live alongside giant beavers. They are much more peaceful and slothful than their ancestors. They are about half the size of a giant beaver.
  • Californian Capybara - Descended from capybaras that escaped from zoos or private homes. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Damraider - A larger descendant of minks, they are the natural enemy of giant beavers. Raiding their dams and chasing them away and/or killing offspring. They have developed more stout bodies and have become slightly more aquatic.
  • Californian River Mermaid - Descended from mermaids from another universe (mermaids animal planet documentary). They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now also tolerate freshwater.
  • River Vampire - Descended from vampires from another universe. They resemble a vampire, but with seal-like back legs and sea lion-like front legs for swimming. Their favorite food is blood, but they also like to feed on fish, crustaceans and frogs. They no longer transform their victims into vampires, unlike their ancestors, as there are no more modern humans.

Synapsids (Mammal-Like Reptiles)

  • Pristerognathus - A small dog-size therocephalian that lives near the riverbanks of California. Same as their prehistoric ancestors that escaped from Paleozoic Parks.
  • Proburnetia - A primitive omnivorous synapsid that about the size of a cat. Same as their prehistoric ancestors that escaped from Paleozoic Parks.
  • Procynosuchus - A primitive, small-size, semi-aquatic cynodont. Same as their prehistoric ancestors that escaped from Paleozoic Parks.

Fish

  • Amargosa River pupfish - Amargosa pupfish inhabit several isolated springs and reaches of stream that are all different in relation to habitat and water quality characteristics.
  • Western Cichlid - Descended from cichlids that (despending on species) were introduced to rivers of California by humans or were washed into the rivers after modern humans are gone. They are similar to their ancestors. There are more than 2,100 species of Western cichlids.
  • California Carp - Descended from carp that were brought here by humans. They are mostly herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Bigmouth Bass - A species of fish that lives in many rivers of California. Same species alive today.
  • Smallmouth Bass - A species of fish that lives in many rivers of North America (including California). Same species alive today.
  • California Mudskipper - In the Late Holocene, some humans released their unwanted pet mudskippers into rivers of California. Most of the released mudskippers died, but a few survived and thrive in their new environment. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now more than 2,300 species of California mudskippers.
  • Tetrafish - Descended from genetically engineered mudskippers that spend more time on land than their ancestors. They now have amphibian-like lungs (as well as gills) to help them breath air, unlike modern mudskippers. They have stronger fin base in order to travel farther on land (only to find new river areas if the older ones dry out). They have thicker skin than their ancestors to stay out of water longer. They resemble a cross between a mudskipper and a prehistoric fish Tiktaalik. There are more than 1,600 species of tetrafishes.
  • Sockeye Salmon - A large species of salmon that comes to North America's rivers (including ones from California). Same species alive today.
  • Atlantic Salmon - A medium-size species of salmon that were brought here by humans. Unlike other salmon species, including their ancestors, they stay here for the rest of their life. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pacific Salmon - A medium-size species of salmon that, unlike other species of salmon, including their ancestors, stays here for the rest of their life. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Western American Salmon - A species of salmon that comes here to breed. They resemble a hybrid between an Atlantic salmon and a sockeye salmon.
  • Redwood Goldfish - A descendant of domestic goldfish that inhabits the Redwood River. It resembles a the common goldfish, but it evolved larger and a more omnivorous diet.
  • Boreal River Koi - Descended from koi that inhabits the Redwood rivers. It resembles its ancestors, but is now bigger (about the size of a Domestic pig due to the abundance of its food source) and it has a more herbivorous diet. It can live for about 300 years, making it the longest living vertebrates on the planet.
  • Western American Guppy - A descendant of domestic guppies that inhabits the Redwood River. It resembles a modern guppy, but it is larger and it has a more herbivorous diet.
  • Western Giant Catfish - Descended from Mekong giant catfish that were introduced by humans. They are similar to their ancestors, but there are now 121 species of Californian giant catfish, ranging from salmon size ones to polar bear sized ones.
  • Pacific GloFish - Descended from GloFishes that escaped from aquariums after large storms knocked them over, spilling the water and the GloFishes into nearby rivers. 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 California rivers don't glow, unlike males).

Amphibians

  • California Giant Salamander - Desended from either Chinese or Japanese giant salamanders that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Crocomander - Descended from Koolasuchus that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Proterogyrinus - A large predatory amphibian. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Rhinesuchus - A large, coccoon-making, drought resistant, predatory amphibian. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Eryops - A large and robust predatory amphibian. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Capetus - A rather small scavenging amphibian. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Prionosuchus - The largest amphibian on record, it is a really crocodile-like predatory amphibian. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Mastodonsaurus - A crocodile-like predatory amphibian. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

Birds

  • Californian Flamingo - A descendant of American flamingos that migrated from South America to California. It has less colorful feathers than its counterpart.
  • Californian Spoonbill - Descended from spoonbills that either migrated to California, escaped from zoos/safari parks, or both. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • American Coot - A species of rail that is part of a coot family. Same species alive today.
  • Californian Gigancoot - Descended from American coot that grew larger, about the size of a flamingo. Unlike their ancestors, they can no longer fly.
  • Giant Gray Heron - Descended from gray herons that became ostrich-sized birds. Unlike their ancestors, they can no longer fly. They feed on fish, frogs, crabs, lizards, and small mammals.
  • California Egret - Descended from egrets. They eat fish and smaller animals. They are similar ro their ancestors, but are slightly bigger and couldn't fly as much as they are lossing fear of animals they were once hunted by, t-rexes, carnosaurs, etc. due to they're not present in California.
  • Inland Pelican - Descended from white pelicans that live inland. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate just freshwater and can now eat not just fish, but also small reptiles, small mammals, smaller birds, dead animals, and sometimes grass and vegetables.
  • Western River Gannetwhale - Descended from gannetwhales that were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They can hunt small fish, crustaceans, and small amphibians. They are similar to their ancestors, other than their ability to tolerate freshwater.
  • California River Hesperornid - Descended from hesperornids. There are 103 species of California river hesperornids, ranging in size from swan size to harbor seal sized ones. They eat fish. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now tolerate freshwater.
  • Californian Swan Goose - Descended from swan geese that escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Lesser Goose - Descended from Canada goose that flew to California. They are herbivores. They resemble a barnacle goose more than their ancestors.
  • Tamped Mallard - A small aquatic duck that is common all over the world. This special subspecies resides in California.
  • Californian White-Faced Whistling Duck - Descended from white-faced whistling ducks that escaped from man-made ponds to natural lakes and rivers of California. it is similar to its ancestors.
  • California Swan - Descended from mute swans that were introduced by humans. They are herbivores. They are less agressive than their ancestors, only as aggressive as modern geese. They resemble a cross between a mute swan and a whooper swan.
  • Californian River Penguin - A descendant of Galapagos penguins that can stand both fresh and saltwater. it is about the size of the adelie penguin and has a longer beak and is faster in order to catch fast moving freshwater fishes. they probably migrated from Galapagos to California or possibly escaped from SeaWorld.

Reptiles

  • Stupendemys - Its ancestors have escaped from Cenozoic parks and Cenozoic reptile houses. It is a herbivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Slider - A group of turtles that are semi-aquatic. Many species are still alive.
  • Cribrum - A flamingo-like maniraptorid dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pouch - A semiaquatic pelican-like dinosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They eat fish. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Sift - A fine-toothed, omnivorous, bidpedal, heron-like pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Paraso - A solitary, bidpedal, crane-like pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Scissor-Head - Descended from Skull Island's scissor-heads that escaped from universal zoos. They can feed on fish, crustaceans, and small frogs. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Giant Slider - Descended from a group of red-eared sliders that grew much bigger than modern red-eared sliders, with species ranging from the size of a green sea turtle to the size of a leatherback sea turtle.
  • California Alligator - Descended from American alligators that escaped from zoos. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • California Caiman - Descended from caimans that escaped from zoos. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Iguana - Descended from iguanas that were released pets. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • California Monitor Lizard - Descended from monitor lizards that escaped from weakened cages from pets stores. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • California Tegu - Descended from tegus that escaped from pet shops. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • California Dwarf Crocodile - Descended from crocodiles that escaped from zoos. They became smaller as alligators are top reptile predators.
  • California Boa - Descended from boas that escaped from weakened cages from houses and pet stores. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Neovenator - California has become predator haven, with gigantic neovenators and other theropods. This one weighs 3 tons.
  • Aerosteon - With the absence of allosaurs, tyrannosaurs, and spinosaurs, some theropods such as neovenators and megaraptors diversify. Ranging in size to deinonychus sized to medium sized carnotaurus size. New Aerosteon is the size of a ceratosaurus. Unlike their ancestors, they are semi-aquatic.
  • Gigantosuchus - Descended from deinosuchus that shrank (despite its name) and lives in California. They are the largest crocodiles of California, about 35.5 feet long and 6 tons. They are similar to their ancestors.

Invertebrates

  • Swampus - A large, semi-terrestrial octopus that originated from The Future Is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans. They are no longer poisonous as their are much less intruders here. They are also smaller than their ancestors, about the size of an average size Pacific giant octopus, due to an Ice Age. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.

Californian Plains

Taking up most of California, a flat grassland with scattered trees.

Mammals

  • 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.
  • Womp Rat - A cat-size, bipedal, rat-like mammal from star wars universe.
  • Bantha - A large, elephantine, oxen-like mammal from star wars universe. About the size of an elephant.
  • Californian Zebra - A descendant of zebras that probably escaped from zoos. they are similar to their ancestors, but they are dark brown and white instead of black and white.
  • Pharaoh Deer - A descendant of white-tailed deer, they are in many respects close to their ancestors.
  • California Prairie Macaque - Descended from macaques that escaped from zoos. They are slightly bigger and have shorter tails than their ancestors.
  • Californian Plains Flying Fox - Descended from flying foxes that migrated from Asia. They are similar to their Asian ancestors.
  • California Savannah Monkey - Descended from spider monkeys that escaped from zoos. Spider monkeys in redwood forests remained similar to their ancestors, but a California savannah monkey looks very different, as they became semi-terrastrial and they resemble a hybrid between a spider monkey and a macaque (spider monkey-like fur, hands, and feet & macaque-like body plan for semi-terrestrial life similar to macaques and baboons).
  • Ragland's Alpaca - A descendant of domestic alpacas, it evolved shorter fur, due to heat, and is larger about the size of a llama.
  • California Vervet Monkey - Descended from vervet monkeys that were introduced to North America and California by humans. They are slightly bigger than their ancestors, about the size of a large macaque.
  • California Baboon - Descended from baboons that probably escaped from zoos or wildlife parks. They prefer the tree-covered parts of the Californian plains rather than open grassland.
  • Californian Elephant - A descendant of Asian elephants that are now about 1.3% bigger than a modern day African elephant. Its ancestors probably escaped from zoos or wildlife parks and migrated to California when most of California was connected to USA. They are the largest herbivores of California and the largest species of elephants.
  • Californian Grizzly Bear - A descendants of brown bears that migrated to California.
  • Californian Common Dylanus - Descended from American common dylanus that mirgated to California (when most of California was connected to the rest of USA) and interbred with the remaining feral dylanuses. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors, but with a lighter skin color (almost pale or white coloration).
  • California Hyena - Descended from spotted hyenas that escaped from zoos. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Western Meerkat - Descended from meerkats that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They fill the niche similar to the black-footed ferrets, being know to hunt mostly on prairie dogs, but they are not as depended on prairie dogs as black-footed ferrets, so they also feed on insects, fish, fruit, small amphibians, small lizards, and other smaller mammals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pacific Civet - Descended from civets that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Wild West Gennet - Descended from gennets that escaped from zoos. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pacific Prairie Dog - Descended from prairie dogs that migrated when California was connected to the rest of the USA. They are mostly herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • 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 baboons deer or bison, they attack their victims with their saber teeth and wait until they die from blood loss.
  • Californian 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 339 species of Californian rabbucks, with species ranging from 3 feet long and 30 kilograms to 8 feet long and 673 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 other herbivores to extinction.
  • 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 probably 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.
  • California Rhinoceros - A descendant of white rhinoceroses that probably escaped from zoos or safari parks. They are the second largest 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.
  • Californian Wolf - A descendant of gray wolves that migrated to California, when it was still connected to the rest of North America. It may have bred with the few remaining domestic dogs, as most of the dogs died out, because they were either too small or spayed and neutered. Just like most other wolf species, they can communicate by howling.
  • Pongo Boisei - A descendant of Orangutans that have evolved to walk upright and live in small family groups. They look like Paranthropus Boisei due to appearance and the niche they have on California for hominid, but the have widened their diet.
  • American Werewolves - Descended from werewolves from another universe. They are basically upright-walking wolves with man-like bodies, wolf-like fur, claws, head, legs, and tail. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can no longer transform their victims as there are no more modern humans.
  • 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)

  • 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.
  • California 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.
  • Californian Edaphosaurus - Descended from Edaphosaurus that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. They are herbivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California 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.
  • California Gorgonopsid - Descended from Gorgonopsids that escaped from Palaeozoic parks. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.

Birds

  • Californian Ostrich - Descended of ostriches that escaped from zoos or safari parks. Unlike their ancestors, their heads, necks, and legs are now covered in short feathers to keep the flightless birds warm. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Neo-Terror bird - These monsters evolved from the rather expected seriema. There are 189 Neo terror bird species. Although this one is 4 meters tall and 300 Kilograms.
  • Western Jabberjay - Descended from jabberjays that were brought from the Hunger Games universe by humans. They fill the similar niche to American crows (in the future, there are no crows in California other than ravens). They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Western Harpy Eagle - Descended from harpy eagles that escaped from weakened bird cages from zoos. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now survive in grasslands as well as forests.
  • Common Pheasant - A widespread species of pheasant, that was introduced around the world as a game bird. Same species alive today.
  • 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.
  • Passenger Pigeon - A migratory species of pigeon, they originally went extinct in the Early Holocene, but were cloned in late Holocene.
  • Osprey - A large species of aquatic bird of prey, that is specialized in hunting fish. Same species alive today.
  • Forest Condor - A large arboreal species of condor. Despite its name, it can also live in parts of grasslands.
  • Turkey Vulture - A common species of vulture, with its distinct turkey-like head. Same species alive today.
  • Western Bald Vulture - Descended from griffon-grouped vultures that escaped from zoos. There are more than 29 species of western bald vultures. They are normally scavengers that feed only on dead animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • California Condor - A scavenging bird of prey that feeds on the carrion left behind by wolves and other predators. Same species alive today.
  • Mountain Condor - Descended from Andean condors that were introduced to North America by humans in the Late Holocene. They are scavenging birds that feed only on dead animals. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • 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.
  • Redtail Hawk - A large bird of prey. Same species alive today.

Reptiles

  • Wounder - Descended from troodons that escaped from dinosaur parks. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Swanlizard - Descended from coelophysis that escaped from dinosaur parks and now lives in California. It is a carnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Toraton - The largest natural land animal that has ever lived, even bigger than the biggest dinosaur. Its ancestors were brought from the Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. They are about 23 feet tall and weigh about 120 tons. The toraton is a cold-blooded reptile, so it does not face the problem of overheating that would confront a similarly-sized mammal. With a body weight of up to 120 tons, this is the biggest terrestrial animal ever to have walked Earth, bigger even than the greatest of the dinosaurs. Due to its sheer size, an adult toraton has no predators and no longer has any need for a shell. Small sections of the ancestral shell do still remain, however, forming an external support for the creature's muscles, which its feeble ribs and vertebrae alone cannot carry. In addition, the legs have moved from a sideways position in most other reptiles to underneath the animal to support like four great pillars as it walks along, just with a elephant's legs. Any animal bigger than a ton has to support itself with directly under its body, not out to the side, otherwise it would not have to strength to stand up. Once the toraton changed its gate to accommodate this, it could get bigger and bigger. The toraton eats constantly. A body this huge requires a large intake of food and the toraton consumes about 1,300 pounds (600 kilograms) of plant matter each day. Huge jaw muscles support a scissor-like beak which rips vegetation from the trees. The toraton does not chew, but grinds up its food in a big muscular stomach, or gizzard. The rear part of the digestive system is a gut where bacteria break down remaining plant matter. This digestive system allows the toraton to eat virtually any kind of vegetation. While most tortoises mate on top of each other, toratons do not because a female will not be able to support 120 tons on her back. They solve this problem by mating back to back. They back into each other, and face away from each other, during courtship and mating. Once the male and female are back to back, they both raise their tails to reveal their cloaca, and the two cloaca actually touch and that is when sperm is transferred from one to the other. Young toratons emerge from eggs so tough that the mother helps them out by cracking the shell with her beak. Before they graduate to eating true greens, hatchling toratons will often eat feces from the adults in order to acquire the essential microflora to digest their low-quality herbivorous diet. Youngsters are cared for by their parents for the first five years of their lives. With no predators big enough to threaten them, healthy toratons can live to the ripe old age of 120 years.
  • Western Dwarf Toraton - Descended from toratons that were brought. from The Future Is Wild documentary universe by humans. Unlike their giant ancestors, adults of this species does have natural predators, large carnivorous dinosaurs and some large dragon species inlcuding monstrous nightmares, bonenappers, etc. They are much smaller than their larger relatives due to insular dwarfism, about the size of an African elephant. They lay larger amount of eggs and lay them more frequently than their ancestors.
  • Dewback - A large, dinosaur-like, lizard-like reptile from star wars universe. About the weight of an elephant.
  • Varactyl - A feathered lizard-like warm-blooded reptile from star wars universe. About the weight of a large iguanodont.
  • 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.
  • New Majungasaurus - Descended from Majungasaurus that lives in California. They are carnivores. Just like their ancestors, they are canibalistic. They are similar to (but smaller, about 10 feet long, than) their ancestors.
  • Harridan - A large, bidpedal, Andean condor-like pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors. They prefer the mountains around the California's plains.
  • Rodan - A lot smaller than their ancestors from Godzilla universe. Though still can breath fire and fly. They now walk on all fours rather than on their hind limbs in order to support their weight in the real world. It now weighs 140 pounds and has a wingspan about 40 feet, in order for earth's atmosphere to fit this creature.
  • Springe - A troodont from the New Dinosaurs universe that plays dead to attract their prey. They are carnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Lank - A giraffe-like, herbivorous, flightless pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Flarp - An ostrich-like, flightless, bidpedal, herbivorous pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • New Aucasaurus - Descended from aucasaurus that were introduced to California by humans. They are carnivores. They are similar to (but smaller, about 13 feet long, than) their ancestors.
  • Plains New Aerosteon - Weighing 7 tons. They have great sense of smell, hearing etc.
  • New Neovenator - 7 tons. They have huge hands to grab prey, but more often, they are scavengers.
  • Pygmy Aerosteon - This creatures weighs about 5 tons. It is a scavenger.
  • Dwarf Nanotyrannus - Descended from escaped Nanotyrannus. They are carnivores. They are similar to (but smaller, about 8 feet long and 300 pounds, than) their ancestors.
  • 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), 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.

Invertebrates

  • Dwarf Mothra - Descended from mothras that were brought from godzilla universe by humans. They are now a lot smaller than their ancestors, as there's less oxygen in the air than in godzilla universe. They also had lost their laser shooting ability (but dwarf mortha larvas still can shoot webs/silk, but is non-threatning), as there aren't as many giant predators around, making them completely harmless. There are about 7,550 species of dwarf mothras, ranging from house fly-size ones to albatross-sized ones. They can communicate with similar sounds to their ancestors. They are all herbivores, drinking on nectar (only in smaller species) feeding on leaves and grass. Other than they are a lot smaller and are completely harmless, they are similar to their ancestors.

Net-Navis

  • 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.
  • 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, and Tyrannosaurs. Gutsman.EXEs live in herds up to about 95 in a single group.
  • 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.

Californian Coast

The Coasts Of California

Mammals

  • Californian Elephant Seal - A descendant of elephant seals that that escaped form SeaWorld. They are similar to their ancestors, but have less fat due to their new habitat being warmer.
  • Californian Walrus - A descendant of walruses that escaped from SeaWorld. They are similar to their ancestors, but have less fat due to their new habitats being warmer than the arctic and are grayish brown rather than plain brown.
  • Sealwhale - A large descendant of harbor seals, they are the biggest seals that has ever evolved, about 19 ft from the tip of its feet to the tip of its snout and about 2 tons, hence their name, and is now more slothful than its ancestors. Despite its slothfulness, it protects itself or its group from bears, snowstalkers, cheetah seals, etc. by vomiting disgusting, half-digested fish and squid, which is too much for the bears, snowstalkers, cheetah seals, and other predators sensitive noses. It still has to go to the sea to hunt fish and squid it eats, despite being slothful.
  • Californian Sea Cow - A descendant of manatees that migrate from Eastern Indian ocean to the Californian ocean. they resemble the extinct stellar's sea cow and are about the size of the stellar's sea cow, thus, it is the largest sea cows on earth.
  • California Manatee - Descended from manatees that migrated from Eastern Indian ocean to the Californian ocean. They are similar to their ancestors from the Holocene.
  • Cheetah Seal - A descendant of leopard seals that escaped form SeaWorld. They are now fast and agile, hence their name. Unlike their ancestors, they now hunt in packs In order to hunt and kill Californian elephant seals, Californian sea cows, California manatees, California sea lions, Harbor seals, and Californian walruses, but not sealwhales (but they only hunt them while they're swimming). They usually hunt for fish, squid, crustaceans, sea turtles, and penguins.
  • Harbor Seal - A Common species of seal. Same species alive today.
  • California Sea Lion - A Native species of sea lion. Same species alive today.
  • Bottlenose Dolphin - A species of dolphin. Same species alive today.
  • Humpback Whale - A large baleen whale. Same species alive today.
  • Blue Whale - A species of large whale and the largest natural animals on the planet. Same species alive today.
  • Right Whale - A large species of baleen whale. Same species alive today.
  • Orca - A large species of dolphin. Same species alive today.
  • American Mermaids - Descended from mermaids from mermaid animal planet documentary universe. They are omnivores. They are similar to their ancestors.

Birds

  • Californian Penguin - A Descendant Of Chinstrap Penguins That Now Live In Californian Shorelines. They Probably Escaped From SeaWorld. Unlike Their Ancestors, They Don't Have Their "Chinstrap" Stripes On Their Necks.
  • Californian Sea Whistling Duck - Descended from West Indian whistling ducks that escaped from man-made ponds to natural shorelines of California. It can now tolorate salt water, unlike its ancestors.
  • MegaGull - A descendant of seagulls that are now bigger than an albatross and is less predatory than its ancestors. It resembles a cross between a yellow-footed seagull and an wandering albatross. It is the largest flying bird ever to evolve, about 28 feet from wingtip to wingtip, much bigger than the long-extinct argentavis. It feeds on fish, crabs, clams, and sea urchins. Their scaly legs and strong digestive systems help protect megagulls as they eat sea urchins. They have strong beaks in order to break into the shells of clams.

Reptiles

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Godzilla 2014 - It is smaller than its ancestors from Godzilla (2014 Film) universe, about 38-47 feet long and 9 tons, in order for earth to support such animal. They are carnivores that hunt small dolphins, smaller sharks, and game fishes such as swordfishes, etc. Very similar to Godzilla. When they go offshore they hunt squaladons.
  • Zilla - Smaller, but similar to their ancestors. They can still dig and swim, but no longer breathes atomic breath. They are about 30-60 feet long and 7-12 tons.
  • 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, 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 550-650 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.
  • Giga turtle - Evolved from archelons that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. 4 meters and 2 tons.
  • Speedy Sea Snakelizard - Descended from Cryptoclidus that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. They can eat fish and squid. There are about 175 species of speedy sea snakelizards. They haven't changed much, so they're similar to their Jurassic ancestors.
  • Californian Elasmosaurus - Descended from Elasmosaurus that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. They can eat fish and squid. They are similar to their Cretaceous ancestors.
  • Californian Speedster - Descended from polycotylids that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. There are about 380 species of Californian speedsters. Very little has changed.
  • NeoPlatycarpus - Descended from Platycarpus that escaped from Mesozoic aquariums. They are carnivores that feed on fish, crustaceans, squid, and horseshoe crabs. There are about 152 species of NeoPlatycarpus. Very little has changed, other than their size (Platycarpus are now only about the size of the largest modern komodo dragon).
  • Shorerunner - A flightless, bidpedal, seaside pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They can feed on crabs, razor clams, coconut grabs, washed up fish, and washed up cetaceans or marine reptiles. They are similar to their ancestors
  • Soar - An albatross-like pterosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They eat fish. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Plunger - A flightless, partly bidpedal, semiaquatic, chinstrap penguin-like pterosaurs from the New Dinosaurs universe. They feed on fish and squid. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Pelorus - A small, polycotylid-like pliosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They eat fish. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Birdsnatcher - A large, bird-eating, pterosaur-eating elasmosaur from the New Dinosaurs. They don't eat just flying animals (despite their name), they also feed on fish, squid, and crustaceans more often. They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Whulk - A massive, baleen whale-like plankton-eating, krill-eating pliosaur from the New Dinosaurs universe. They are similar to their ancestors.

Fish

  • Wolf tarpon - A pack hunter. Evolved from escaped xiphactinus. These creatures are faster than Marlin. 7 meters and 3 tons.
  • Giant Whalefish - In the Late Holocene, humans have mastered time travel. People brought back many prehistoric animals, including Leedsichthys, the ancestors of the Giant Whalefish. When humans left earth, Leedsichthys escaped from temporary aquariums and swam into the Pacific ocean. Despite being one of the largest fish on earth, about 100 feet long and about 120 tons, it is a gentle giant that feeds only on plankton and krill. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Whale Placoderm - Descended from Titanichthys that escaped from Palaeozoic aquariums. They are gentle filterfeeders that feed only on small anchovoies, herrings, sardines, minnows, and krill. They are similar to their ancestors, but can now swim in schools to protect themselves against predators (including wolf tarpons and sharks).
  • Megatoothed shark - The largest predator in this time (However the largest predator that isn't revived by humans is the giant orca). It has few natural predators, including red deaths, zillas, goszillas, and orcas. It preys on (instead of being preyed on by) most native animals, because they can sense any native species, for example, lampreys and wolf tarpons. The size of a Megalodon (97 tons and 60 feet). Evolved from genetically modified Megalodon.
  • False Marlin - Faster than wolf tarpon. However smaller by 3 meters. Evolved from protosphyraena.
  • Enchodus - basically the same species. Just a bit bigger.
  • Rhinconichthys - Same as its ancestors. It is a plankton eating fish.
  • Whale Shark - Same as its ancestors. A filter-feeding gentle giant shark.
  • Giant Whale Shark - Descended from whale sharks. They are bigger than their ancestors, about 80 feet long and 125 tons. Other than that, they are similar to their ancestors.
  • Filter-Feeding Shark - Descended from the pseudomegachasma. Weighing 130 tons, it is the largest shark on earth, bigger than a megalodon, despite this, it is a gentle giant filter-feeder, hence its name.
  • Giga Sandtiger Shark - Descended from the giant shark Leptostyrax. It Weighs about 35 tons.
  • Ocean Flish - A species of flish (group of bird-like, flying, air-breathing fish with bird-like vocalization) that were brought from The Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are omnivores (that mostly eat smaller fish [that isn't a flish] and silversimmers). They are similar to their ancestors.
  • Sharkopaths - The sharkopath is an large, bioluminescent, pack-hunting kitefin shark that was originally native to the Global Ocean, 200 million AD, in The Future is Wild documentary universe, but were brought to the California seas by humans. Huge as they are, rainbow squids still have a few enemies, chief among them an ancient evolutionary success story. Sharks have been hunters of the oceans since Devonian times (but with a possible Silurian record), around 400 million BC. They are survivors, sleek and efficient, and have outlived all the mass extinctions that have occurred during their time of existence, adapting to whatever new aquatic environment presents itself. The simple, primitive design of the shark and its brutally straightforward lifestyle have ensured its survival. With the formation of Novopangea and the resulting vast ocean mass, there are new problems for these marine hunters. Shark food is now widely dispersed, with huge stretches of empty water between. A single shark hunting randomly is unlikely to come across enough prey to sustain it and may be unlucky enough to starve. But many sharks hunting over a large area are in a better position to meet a food source. When they do, if they are able to communicate the presence of food to the others, the whole shark population benefits. The sharkopath has evolved just such a method of communication. The oceans of California is patrolled by loose groupings of sharkopaths covering a large expanse of water. If one happens upon a prey animal (such as a rainbow squid), it sets off a flashing sequence in bioluminescent patches along its side. This visual signal penetrates the water and can be picked up by the sharkopath's closet neighbor. The neighbor repeats the signaling process and soon the whole group of sharkopaths is aware of the presence of food and starts to home in on its quarry. In defense, a rainbow squid can camouflage itself to blend in with the water as soon as it notices the danger. Despite this remarkable camouflage, a marauding group of sharkopaths - armed with an incredible array of senses, and with the added advantage of strength in numbers - stands every chance of overcoming the squid's defenses. Their pack-hunting ability also helps them for defense against or to hunt Megalodons (carnivorous sharks that are bigger than great white sharks), making them much more dangerous than megalodons.

Invertebrates

  • Coconut Grab - An unusual ammonite that crawls on land to feed on coconuts much like a coconut crab, hence its name. Its ancestors were brought from the New Dinosaurs universe by humans. It is an omnivore. It is similar to its ancestors.
  • Silverswimmer - A crustacean that were brought from The Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are crab larvae that stay in their larval form for the rest of their lives. They live in large schools much like many species of fish that lives in the ocean. Despite the competition with fish, silverswimmers thrive well.
  • Ocean Phantom - The ocean phantom is an enormous, dangerous, floating physaliid siphonophore that originally traveled in from the Atlantic Ocean 100 MY AD, from The Future is Wild documentary universe, but were brought to modern Atlantic ocean and the Pacific ocean by humans. This large and sinister hydrozoan jellyfish can be seen slowly gliding over a red alga reef and the coral reef. It casts a long shadow which creeps across the irregular surface of the reef. The looming shape of the creature has a peculiar translucent quality when seen from below. It trails a forest of streamer-like organs and tentacles that brush across the surface of the reef, probing into crevices, questing around the red cups of the algae. The creeping darkness overhead will throw smaller swimmers (like young reef gliders that cruise and gyrate among the red algae and coral) into confusion. The ocean phantom is a floating menace. It is no different from its relatives - an order of communal jellyfish, delicate and transparent in appearance but predatory in behavior. The most well-known of these was the Portuguese man o' war of the Quaternary, which the ocean phantom is descended from. Each siphonophore specimen, although appearing to be a single organism, is actually a colony composed of many individuals (one provides a floating chamber while others adapt as feeding organs, stringing organs or reproductive organs). This relative of the Portugues man o' war can grow to a huge size. A typical ocean phantom is over 30 feet (10 meters) long, 13 feet (4 meters) wide and consists of many thousands of individuals. The largest part of it is the float. This looks like a giant mattress, made up of an assemblage of small air sacs. On its surface are a number of sails, turning and catching the wind to drive the animal along. These sails are gas-filled, but their walls contain a network of tubes which can be filled with water to control their shape. By filling different tubes, the ocean phantom can turn the sail to face any direction, catching the wind from whichever quarter it comes. When the water is withdrawn, the sails collapse. The ocean phantom does not just drift downwind. When necessary it can tack like a yacht, moving its bulk against the wind. The force of the wind is counterbalanced by the pressure of the water against the submerged "keels". There are also individuals in the colony that produce water jets, driving the phantom along when winds and currents are insufficient to do so. Other individuals act as rudders. This sophisticated setup carries the ocean phantom from one reef to another on its quest for food supplies. It can sense wind direction and bottom depth, and so avoids dangerous shallows, beaches and exposed rocks where it might become trapped or damaged. When not feeding or avoiding hazards, the phantom simply drifts along with its sails collapsed and its underwater appendages retracted. It traverses the Shallow Seas like an enormous piece of lifeless flotsam. Only when it is hungry, or when it drifts towards the reefs, does the whole colony spring into action. A complex sensory array is also used to detect feeding grounds and potential danger. This system can analyze wind strength and the position of the sun, information which allows the animal to navigate. Other siphonophores possess a simple neural network, connecting individuals of the colony to one another. The sheer size of the ocean phantom and the degree of communication required for so many individuals to function in harmony mean that, in many ways, this mass of living matter resembles a giant, floating brain. Above the waterline, the exposed surface is covered by red algae. Like the reef algae, these organisms build structures from calcium, forming small trunks upon which the algal strands cling, streaming in the wind. The algae are a kind of farm, providing much of the nutrition for the siphonophore colony. Carbohydrates generated by the algae through photosynthesis are carried throughout the colony by a vascular system which takes food to every individual member. In return, the red algae are provided with a safe base and even a supply of fresh water. When rainfall does not provide this, specialist individuals in the colony can desalinate seawater and pump it to the upper surface. Algae-generated sugars and starches do not provide all the nutrition the ocean phantom colony needs. For protein it must hunt other animals in the waters beneath. This is why the ocean phantom presents such a threat to the reef-living creatures. When the dark shape drifts overhead, all except the younger and most inexperienced of the Shallow Sea swimmers make themselves scarce. The ocean phantom uses suction bells to hunt. At the end of each hunting tentacle there is a spherical structure with a downward pointing mouth. In the tentacles above, muscle fibers operate like bellows, expanding and contracting to open the bells. Small water jets are used for more accurate, localized movement. Around the mouth of each bell, there is a ring of stalked eyes and feathery sensors. Such a structure allows each tentacles to function and hunt independently. This apparatus is dragged across the surface of the reef until it detects prey of the right size. The bells then opens and closes like an umbrella, its pulsing action driving the whole unit into an attack position. With a sudden dilation, the prey is drawn into the bell and trapped, to be digested at the ocean phantom's leisure. The nutrients extracted are then pumped up the tentacle and distributed to the whole colony through its vascular system. Nitrates from the prey are also delivered to the algal meadow on the exposed surface of the ocean phantom, providing additional nutrition for the red algae. Underpinning the ocean phantom's sophistication and the astounding specialization of its constituent parts is an inherent flexibility. The whole structure of the creature is modular. It can exist as a huge mass or as smaller units, provided each unit has the full range of individuals it needs to survive. After a heavy storm, a large ocean phantom may have broken into many smaller parts, each of which will eventually regenerate. The ocean phantom is not invulnerable, though. Drifting along in the open water, even this huge creature is open to attack. Adult reef gliders which, as juveniles, were prey to the ocean phantom, are now its chief predator. The ocean phantom is at the top of an adult reef glider's menu. The large gastropod will bite off chunks from an ocean phantom from below. In the face of such an assault, the phantom has evolved a brilliant symbiotic defense mechanism. Some of the suction bells have ceased to function as hunters. Instead, they are troop carriers. Should a reef glider be unlucky enough to brush against one of these modified bells, an army of spindletroopers emerges and comes to the rescue of its host. Before forming their symbiotic relationship with the ocean phantoms, spindletroopers live on the algal and coral reefs, occasionally raiding an ocean phantom's suction bells for food. Soon some begin to remain safely inside the bells for longer periods of time. Eventually those particular spindletroopers adapt to fold up and fit nearly inside a suction bell, which in turn modifies itself to house and feed the spindletrooper. When hungry, an ocean phantom-guarding spindletrooper scratches at the walls of its home bell, stimulating it to regurgitate food from the rest of the colony. In return, the spindletrooper provides defense, coming out to fight when its ocean phantom colony is threatened. With their large chelicerae and long chelae, they slash at anything that attacks their ocean phantom home.
  • Reef Glider - The reef glider is a massive, omnivorous nudibranch from the Shallow Seas of California that originated from The Future Is Wild documentary universe in 100 million AD, but were brought here by humans. The large form of a reef glider can often be seen sweeping through the water, silhouetted against the bright surface and throwing its shadow across a coral reef or red alga reef. From its bulbous, teardrop-shaped body protrude three pairs of paddles. A long bunch of streamer-like filaments trails behind. It is difficult to believe that this is a variety of nudibranch, bigger than any of its relatives. During previous times, they were unflatteringly called sea slugs but, despite their ugly common name, they have been dainty-looking creatures, colorful and elegant, their gills forming fernlike arrays on their backs. Growing to the size of seals. Like their ancestral relatives, they are brightly colored, their gills flowing behind them in a long train of silky fibrous plumes, like the tail of certain birds of paradise. The reef glider's head sports a pattern of bumpy, scent-detecting chemical receptors, called rhinophores, and groups of eyes mounted on stalks. It has a horny, beaklike mouth. Unlike its relatives, the reef glider no longer relies on simply crawling across a reef by expanding and contracting its body. It has developed paddles, which are fleshy extensions of its invertebrate body. Each pair beats in turn, propelling the animal slowly through the water. To swim efficiently and to save energy, a large, slow-moving marine animal needs to be neutrally buoyant (able to float effortlessly through the water). Bony fish achieve this using their gas-filled swim bladder. Sharks keep their bodies lighter than seawater by means of low-density oils in their tissues. The reef glider's method is more sophisticated. By replacing the heavy sodium ions in its bodily fluids with lighter ammonium ions, the reef glider becomes lighter than the water around it. Staying buoyant requires large quantities of ammonium-rich fluid, hence the glider's bloated shape. Adult reef gliders spend most of their lives in open water, coming to the reefs to breed and to give birth. The algal reefs are a secure nursery for the baby reef gliders, which derive most of their nutrition from red algae. The juveniles are like smaller, faster and more brightly colored versions of their parents. They flit about the surface of the reefs, extending their long mouths into the cup-shaped structures form by the reef algae. In the base of the cups, the algae produce deposits of protein and carbohydrate. The bay reef gliders' beaked mouths reach into the cups to gather food. As they emerge, they are coated with sticky strands of reproductive gamete cells. These are carried across to another cup and scraped off as the young animal feeds. Like bees, the baby reef gliders are acting as fertilizing agents for the algae. Juvenile reef gliders are the ultimate vector animal for red algae, and have been for millions of years. Monumental reef structures, graced with pretty algal fronds and flowerlike appendages, live in harmony with the elegant young reef gliders. As young reef gliders cruise and gyrate among the red algae, they can at times become prey. An ocean phantom colony might just snatch a baby glider (sometimes it will be drawn to the jellyfish by its own curiosity) and devour it. Adult reef gliders which, as juveniles, were prey to the ocean phantom, are now its chief predator. As they move into adulthood, reef gliders must leave the reefs in search of a larger source of protein. The ocean phantom is at the top of the menu. Circling their victim like slow-moving sharks, the reef gliders home in on the floating mass. Their horny beaklike mouths tear into the air sacs, tentacles, the rudders and the keels (in fact, every part of the ocean phantom beneath the waterline is a potential meal for an adult reef glider). Chunks bitten from an ocean phantom are the adult gliders' main food supply. In the face of such an assault, the phantom's symbiotically-living spindletroopers will rush to its defense and fend off an attacking reef glider by nipping at it.
  • Spindletrooper - The spindletrooper is a sea spider that has in a symbiotic relationship with ocean phantoms. They originated from The Future is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans. In the face of such an assault as by a reef glider, the ocean phantom has evolved a brilliant symbiotic defense mechanism. Some of the suction bells of ocean phantoms have ceased function as hunters. Instead, they are troop carriers. Should a reef glider be unlucky enough to brush against one of these modified bells, a horde of spindly-legged spindletroopers, with their slashing chelae and slicing chelicerae, emerges. It is an army come to the rescue of its host. Throughout history (sea spiders in general dating back to the Late Cambrian), shallow water sea spiders have been small, ranging in size from 1 millimeter to over 35 inches in some deep water species. With a legspan of 12 inches (30 centimeters), the spindletrooper is far larger than most of its relatives. Before forming their symbiotic relationship with the ocean phantoms, spindletroopers live on the algal reefs and coral reefs, occasionally raiding an ocean phantom's suction bells for food. Soon some begin to remain safely inside the bells for longer periods of time. Eventually those particular spindletroopers adapt to fold up and fit nearly inside a suction bell, which in turn modifies itself to house and feed the spindletrooper. When hungry, an ocean phantom-guarding spindletrooper scratches at the walls of its home bell, stimulating it to regurgitate food from the rest of the colony. In return, the spindletrooper provides defense, coming out to fight when its ocean phantom colony is threatened. Spindletroopers have large chelicerae full of sharp fangs, capable of delivering an injection of painful venom. With these and their long chelae, they slash at anything that attacks their ocean phantom home.
  • Rainbow Squid, the rainbow squid is an enormous, rorqual whale-sized squid, that were brought from the Global Ocean, 200 million AD, in The Future is Wild documentary universe to California seas by humans. Sometimes, several flocks of ocean flish or seabirds will gather above one whirling silverswimmer shoal. Suddenly, a rainbow squid tentacle will snap from the water surface, seizing a flish or seabird and disappears. The shoal then vanishes as well, and in its place appears a broad, dark shape - the back of the enormous animal drifting just below the surface. Part of the shoal is not a shoal at all, but the changing pattern on the skin of this beast. With a body 60-75 feet (20-25 meters) long, and tentacles of similar length, this is the biggest invertebrate-group animal in the sea, along with the giant squid. Like other cephalopods, the rainbow squid has the ability to change color at will. It can merge with the ubiquitous green of the ocean and hide from sight; or flash up a sudden dramatic display to scare away would be predators or to attract a mate. It can even produce a flowing pattern of colored patches to mimic the swirling motion of a shoal of silverswimmers or school of fish - bait for the ocean flish and seabirds on which it feeds. The rainbow squid has shaken off the evolutionary manacles of its ancestors to achieve this feat. While the lifespan of a typical squid of previous times was only two years, other, simpler mollusks can live for decades. Once the squid had escaped this live-fast-die-young cycle, it was able to unlock its evolutionary potential. In the California's seas, the rainbow squid has virtually no predators (few other creatures would dare to take on such a giant) and can now live for up to a century. With this extended lifespan has come a highly-evolved intelligence and sophistication. The sophistication of the rainbow squid is evident in the way it controls changes of color, through pigmented muscular sacs on the surface of its skin called chromatophores. These can be expanded or contracted at will, producing color changes or flowing patterns over the surface of the whole animal. Each chromatophore is controlled by its nerve, part of a complex nervous system connected to the brain. The rainbow squid's large brain enables it to command the flashes, pulses and rippling patterns that make up the display across its back. Its senses are acute. Indeed, it is so sensitive to its surrounding environment that it is able to choose the appropriate display for any situation: attraction, warming or bait for prey. These color pigments are present in each chromatophore, and combinations of these can produce an almost infinite variety of patterns. Some even contain symbiotic, luminous bacteria, enabling the squid to produce displays of light. Once a year, this skill is put to dazzling use. On the night of the full moon on the autumnal equinox, the entire population of rainbow squids gathers to mate. Normally rainbow squids are solitary creatures, ranging all across the Global Ocean, but at this one time of year they all converge on a particular area off the southwestern cape of Novopangea, setting the sea ablaze with their vivid displays of color and light. They do this near seamounts. Females choose males according to their display - the better the display, the more successful the individual is likely to be in hunting, and the more likely to produce equally successful offspring.

Further evidence of the advanced intelligence of rainbow squids can be found in their family relationships. The squids recognize relatives through family-specific chromatophore displays which they produce by sending unique messages from the brain. Each individual has the ability to learn this social behavior and communicate with other members of the group. Huge as they are, rainbow squids still have a few enemies, chief among them is the sharkopath. The rainbow squid's camouflage is so effective that it melts into the background as soon as it notices the danger. By spreading a light color across its underbelly, crisscrossed with rippling patterns like surface waves, it disguises itself from attackers coming from below. By darkening its back to merge with the depths, it hides from attackers above. Despite the remarkable camouflage, a marauding group of sharkopaths - armed with an incredible array of senses, and with the added advantage of strength in numbers - stands every chance of overcoming the squid's defenses.

Plant

  • Red Algae - Red algae becomes corals' new partners in many seas such as Californias seas. They originally came from The Future is Wild documentary universe, but were brought here by humans. The dominant reef-building organisms of previous times were corals. This time, the reefs are formed not from coral, but from a prolific species of red algae. Red algae, dating back to the Stenian period in the Mesoproterozoic era, 1.2 billion BC, were not always prolific. Their reproductive cells cannot swim, so the algae's fertilization technique was a matter of releasing millions of gametes into the water and relying on favorable currents to carry them to the female organs. Now, 100 million AD, the red algae have evolved a sophisticated, symbiotic fertilization process by teaming up with a reef-dwelling animal, like a young reef glider. The algae offers up a protein meal and, as the animal moves from red algae to red algae feeding on this meal, it transports the algae's sticky gametes. This new species of red algae produces fewer gametes and yet enjoys a much better fertilization rate. With such reproductive efficiency, the red algae have built up a successful reef system. Shafts of sunlight will slant through the clear water of the Shallow Seas, penetrating as far as the jagged spikes of the algal reefs which form much of the seabed. Here and there, cuplike shapes sprout from the red surface of the reef. Swimming animals dart among the reefs and algal flowers. In the base of the cups, the algae produce deposits of protein and carbohydrates that lure in vector animals. This strategy of recruiting other marine life to help out in the reproductive process has evolved over millions of years. An evolution took its course in the fertile habitat of the Shallow Seas, red algae split into two broad types. Those algae which released gametes into the open sea placed their survival at the mercy of the currents and fate. Meanwhile, algae that began to rely on unwitting feeding animals to distribute their sticky reproductive cells were soon able to breed more efficiently. Eventually, the sticky-gamete trait became predominant, and algae that did not have it died out. Evolution does not always follow the most straightforward route, but it always rewards reproductive efficiency, as it has in the case of red algae. The reef-forming species of red algae went through a long period of evolutionary experimentation to perfect its reproductive strategy. Different kinds of swimming animals were used as fertilizing carriers, known as vectors, and the algae developed different forms of marine "nectar" to act as bait for them. Finally, the flowerlike structures were developed to tempt and feed the vector animals, and reproductive cells were produced within these. The female part of the "flower" became more sophisticated too, evolving parts to remove the gametes from a visiting animal. Over time, juvenile reef gliders became the ultimate vector animal, and have been for millions of years. Above the waterline, an ocean phantom's exposed surface is covered by red algae. Like the reef algae, these organisms build structures from calcium, forming small trunks upon which the algal strands cling, streaming in the wind. The algae are a kind of farm, providing much of the nutrition for the siphonophore colony. Carbohydrates generated by the algae through photosynthesis are carried throughout the colony by a vascular system which takes food to every individual member. In return, the red algae are provided with a safe base and even a supply of fresh water. When rainfall does not provide this, specialist individuals in the ocean phantom colony can desalinate seawater and pump it to the upper surface. Algae-generated sugars and starches do not provide all the nutrition the ocean phantom colony needs. For protein it must hunt other animals in the waters beneath. Nitrates from consumed prey are partly delivered to the algal meadow on the exposed surface of the ocean phantom, providing additional nutrients for the algae.

Net-Navis

  • 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 coastlines.

The Californian seas

Teaming with wildlife. There are even animals from spec and Star Wars

Mammals

  • Whaladon - A whale like mammal from the Star Wars universe. About the size of a blue whale.
  • Squaladon - A small toothed whale. Similar to its ancestors that were introduced to the Pacific ocean.
  • Megasqualadon - Nothing much is changed. It is bigger though, bigger than its ancestors, about the size of a large orca.
  • Megacetus - Descended from the blue whale. Weighing 220 tons.
  • Gigantocetus - Descended from genetically modified basilosaurus that are now filter feeders, their teeth replaced by baleen. They are now the largest animals on earth, about 1050 feet long and 1200 tons. Unlike their ancestors, they are gentle giants.

Fish

  • Gigamouth shark - Sharks still are the biggest fish (along with leedsichthys). The size of Megacetus. Don't worry they are filter feeders.
  • Gigantosalmon - Descended from genetically modified salmon that became the second biggest fish on earth, about 200 tons. Unlike their ancestors, they don't migrate into rivers as they are too big, so instead, they give birth to live young. They are also filter feeders.
  • Ultra shark - The biggest Macropredatory shark. 145 tons. Though not the top predator. Descended from the rather new deinoselachus.
  • Bonnericthys - ranging from 190 tons to 220 tons. They are closely related to leedsicthys.
  • Ocean Flish - A species of flish (group of bird-like, flying, air-breathing fish with bird-like vocalization) that were brought from The Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are omnivores (that mostly eat smaller fish [that isn't a flish] and silversimmers). They are similar to their ancestors.

Invertebrates

  • Silverswimmer - A crustacean that were brought from The Future Is Wild universe by humans. They are crab larvae that stay in their larval form for the rest of their lives. They live in large schools much like many species of fish that lives in the ocean. Despite the competition with fish, silverswimmers thrive well.

Reptiles

  • Plesioth - Plesioth are also confined to saltwater. 20 tons. They are fast predators
  • 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 of 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.
  • Shin Gojira - Now only slightly bigger than the new godzilla 2014 (which is now only about 38-47 and 9 tons. Can still breath the atomic breath, but is now a lot less dangerous to the surrounding enviroment.
  • Bagan - The biggest Godzilla Monster. But is now much smaller than its gigantic ancestor which was 1990 tons, now only about 68 feet long and weighs about 18 tons.
  • Raviente - And here we have ANOTHER BIGGEST ANIMAL OF ALL TIME. Basically from the monster hunter universe. They are much bigger than the mohrans and the size of a Dalamadur. 500 tons. They are carnivores that hunt young bewilderbeasts.
  • Giant Ceadeus - Otherwise the 3rd biggest animal in the planet. 1000 tons. Nothing stands up to this guy, but fortunately, it is now just a gentle giant the feeds only on plants, fish, squid, crustaceans, and dead animals.
  • Filterfeeding Pliosaur - Descended from genetically modified pliosaurs that had teeth replaced by baleen. They no longer hunt large animals, now feeds only on krill and tiny fish. They are gentle giants unlike their ancestors. They can grow to about 200 feet long.
  • Godzilla - Though a lot smaller, it is still big, about 95 tons and is about 100 feet long from nose tip to tail tip. Still has the classic atomic breath, though not as deadly or powerful. It is now fully aquatic, reducing the chance of godzillas destroying anything that lives on land. They feed on fish, squid, swarm of krills, sharks, whales, plesiosaurs, ichthyosaurs, and sometimes gameras.
  • Gamera - Though much smaller than their ancestors, they are still big, about 100 tons and about 110 feet long from nose tip to tail tip. Still has the hovering ability. They are fully aquatic for the same reason as godzillas. They are gentle giant omnivores that feed on mostly giant seaweeds, and sometimes fish, squid, and small sharks.
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