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North America and the Caribbean Islands had histories of wide varieties of introduced species from the beginning and they have the largest collection of introduced species in the world, creating a melting biodiversity in the continent. Here's the list of the species that were introduced to mainland North America and the Caribbean islands.

Plants

Modern plants

  • Angel's trumpet I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer deadly to touch or eat, due to genetic engineering, and they now also flourish well in cities and suburbs due to genetic engineering)
  • Doll's eye plant I (in the rest of North America) [note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer deadly to touch or eat, due to genetic engineering, and they now also flourish well in cities and suburbs due to genetic engineering]
  • Pumpkin I (in the rest of North America)
  • Tomato I (in the rest of North America)
  • Potato I (in the rest of North America)
  • Wolf's bane I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Wheat I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Oat I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Barley I (in the entire North American continent)
  • All known real species of seaweed I (note: they were genetically engineered to tolerate freshwater and brackish waters, not just saltwater, and were also modified to tolerated colder and warmer waters, as well as polluted waters, and were also genetically engineered to survive and flourish on land [making them grow upwards like in water], not just in water)
  • Black bamboo I (in California, Oregon, Nevada, and Florida)
  • White bamboo I (in California, Oregon, Nevada, and Florida)
  • Spruce I (in the rest of North America)
  • Oaks I (in the rest of North America)
  • Birch I (in the rest of North America)
  • African rainforest trees I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • Asian rainforest trees I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • South American rainforest trees I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • Tropical cycads & ferns I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • All known species of palm trees I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • Coconut trees I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • Bananna trees I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • Hawaiian plants I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • Nonnative sugarcanes I (in most of USA, except the arctic regions)
  • European roses I (in most of USA, except the desert and the arctic regions)

Prehistoric plants

Former fictional plants

  • Spitfire Tree I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Grass Tree I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Deathbottle I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Lichen Tree I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Coralizing red algae I (note: due to the introduction of reef gliders from the Future is Wild documentary universe to real life North American shorelines [being brought in America's shorelines around 1910s], sapient species/beings knew that reef gliders need their own food source, the former fictional species of red algae from the reef glider's home universe, so the coralizing red algae were introduced [possibly around 2 weeks after the reef glider's introduction to real life] as a result, fortunately, they have no impact to coral reefs, kelp forests, etc, and now coexist alongside coral reefs and other native habitats)
  • All known species of DinosaursRoar's dream plants I from DinosaursRoar's dream to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, the formerly aggressive plants that came from DinosaursRoar's dream are not aggressive, killers, nor evil, as the ones that are aggressive, predatory/killers, or evil aren't tolerated)
  • Tomatoblob I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer stubborn nor very unintelligent, despite having no brain, so this reduce the chance of them killing someone or something by accident)
  • Flora colossus I from Guardians of the Galaxy films to real life North America
  • All of the known species of plants from Avatar film I (note: all species of plants from Avatar film were successfully brought to North America, even the Baja tickler, which was genetically modified so they don't poison the earth's atmosphere, so they now have no dangers towards native earth species and earth itself)
  • Epona Pagoda Tree I from Natural History of an Alien documentary to real life North America
  • Audrey II I from Little Shop Of Horrors 1986 film to real life Florida and California (note: unlike their ancestors, they could no longer talk as all of the talking Audrey IIs used curse words, which aren't tolerated by sapient beings, so they now only make grunting and groan sounds, they are also now small, only about as small as this newborn Audrey II to about as large as this young Audrey II being held by this human, so, therefore, are no longer dangerous and no longer could take over the world and eating everyone, so these North American Audrey IIs are now completely harmless, other than they can occasionally bite the legs or ankles of large animals and beings such as humans, dylanusids, horses, cattle, sheep, goats, deer, antelopes, hadrosaurs, iguanodonts, vampires, etc, to drink their blood, but has no effect to the individuals of the species and beings that were bitten by these tiny Audrey IIs)
  • Meat tree I from Toriko anime series to real life North America
  • Beef tree I from imagination to real life North America
  • Bacon rose I from imagination to real life North America
  • Pizza plant I from imagination to real life North America
  • Spaghetti tree I from the Spaghetti Tree hoax to real life North America
  • Lasagna plant I from imagination to real life North America (note: it is a gigantic plant that [strangely] grows a huge lasagna-like flowering parts, just like real lasagna, it isn't deadly and tastes good, but unlike real lasagnas, it is healthy rather than unhealthy and can reach about 1 meter across to about 7 meters across)
  • Giant sandwich plant (aka world's largest sandwich) I from imagination to real life North America (note: it is a strange species of huge plant that grows a gigantic sandwich-like fruit, which isn't deadly and is healthy, just like the lasagna plant, and this plant can range in size from 4 meters across to 8 meters across)
  • Night howler I from Zootopia film to real life North America
  • All known types of sapient plant produce I from Veggietales franchise to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, the formerly evil produce, including sapient apples and rumor weeds, are not evil anymore as evil species/beings aren't tolerated, and sapient plant produce can now know science, evolution, etc, not just believing in religion)
  • All known species of Spongebob's underwater plants I (note: they were genetically engineered to tolerate freshwater and brackish waters, not just saltwater, and were also modified to tolerated colder and warmer waters, as well as polluted waters, and were also genetically engineered to survive and flourish on land [making them grow upwards like in water], not just in water)
  • Man-Thing (aka plant creature) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor try to kill any sapient species/beings, as the ones that do so aren't tolerated, and there are now female Man-Things, not just males, so their kind could live on in real life North America)
  • Ya-te-veo from cryptozoology islands to real life North America

Mammals

Monotremes and relatives

  • Sapient echidna I from Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole 2010 film to real life North America
  • Hodag I (note: it is a species of monotreme which is a carnivore, having a somewhat weird dinosaur-like appearance)
  • Furby I from 2005 Furby CGI TV series to real life North America
  • Holioid I (note: it is named because it resembles a true holio, but is completely harmless and does not create black holes, so it is now 100% harmless)
  • Babyfier (aka Babypus) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they lost their babyfying powder in their tails as they no longer turn anyone to babies, as the ones that do so are NOT tolerated by any sapient species/beings, they also don't have pacifiers as they aren't baby humans and they need to eat and communicate, they also have cute puppy-like barks and cat-like meows and purrs, they are omnivores that feed mainly on leaves, fruits, vegetables, roots, tubers, insects, non-deadly spiders, small fish, small non-deadly frogs, small lizards, small non-poisonous snakes, small birds, eggs, smaller mammals, carrion, and man-made food)

Marsupials and relatives

  • Tree koala I (note: It was introduced to North American forests to control the already invasive eucalyptus trees and people are using koalas to help stop the spread of the invasive trees, but the koalas themselves have also became invasive species due to the lack of its native Australian predators)
  • All known species of Australian potoroos I (note: they were genetically engineered to tolerate habitat loss and predators like foxes and such, so they are flourishing in North American habitats, including human settlements)
  • Koaleopard I (note: it is now much smaller than its ancestors, about the size of a jaguar, due to competition for territories and food)
  • Chuckaboo I from After Man book series to real life North America
  • Giantala I from After Man book series to real life North America
  • Posset I from After Man book series to real life North America
  • Slobber I from After Man book series to real life North America
  • Hiri-Hiri I from After Man book series to real life North America
  • Trichopteryx I (note: it is a species of marsupial that can glide from tree to tree. It is very closely related to the cuscus, one of its cousins. In addition, the female of this species is capable of carrying two to three young in her pouch)
  • Mewtwo I (note: unlike their ancestors, their spinal cords (tubes) no longer protrude out of their shoulders or their neck and head, so these tubes are now inside their bodies like most other mammals)
  • Mega Mewtwo X I (note: they are now a completely different species from common Mewtwos and Mega Mewtwo Ys, so they couldn't interbred with them and so each species could continue to live on as purebreds on Earth)
  • Mega Mewtwo Y I (note: they are now a completely different species from common Mewtwos and Mega Mewtwo Xs, so they couldn't interbred with them and so each species could continue to live on as purebreds on Earth)
  • Marsupial human I (note: it is a descendant of a prehistoric group of opossums that evolved into a human-like marsupial with varied diets, bipedalism, sapience, etc)
  • Phantasmo (aka phantasmoroo) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer cause mischief nor they could invade/possess any objects, as the ones that do so aren't tolerated by any sapient species/beings, so they are completely peaceful and harmless)

Mongooses and relatives

  • Ghole I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Sapient meerkat I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of any sapient species/beings nor are they ignorant about everything including the emvironment, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, they also now live for about 100 years, they can talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many languages including English)

Hyenas and relatives

  • Liena I from fictional future world's North America to modern/real life North America
  • Hyaena I (not to be mistaken for modern-styled hyenas)
  • Sapient hyena I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer aggressive nor scared of any sapient species/beings and no longer take everything as jokes, unlike in the Lion King franchise they came from, and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, they also now live for about 100 years and not less than 50s-40s anymore [possibly due to modern medicine on sapient species/beings], they can talk like any sapient species and can speak in many languages including English)

Dylanuses and relatives

  • Domestic dylanus I (introduced in Florida only, native to most of North America like their wild ancestors)
  • Asian dylanus I (introduced unintentionally after being stowed away from native eastern Asia to replace the extinct Pleistocene Joc's dylanus)
  • Bass.EXEs I (from native New Jersey to the rest of North America)
  • Sapient dylanus I from the fictional future world's North America to real life North America
  • Predator dylanus I from the fictional future world's North America to real life North America
  • Marine dylanus I from the fictional future world to real life North America
  • Flying dylanus I from the fictional future world to real life North America
  • Space dylanus I from the fictional future world to real life North America
  • Ralts I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Kirlia I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Gardevoir I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Gallade I from Pokemon series to real life North America (note: there are now female Gallades, not just male Gallades, so their species could live on in real life)
  • Ralgardalladia (aka feline dylanus) I (note: this species is named due to its resemblance to Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, and Gallade, with offspring resembling Ralts, juveniles resembling Kirlias, females resembling Gardevoirs, and males resembling Gallades)
  • Sewage dylanus I from the DeviantArt series, Urban Future, to real life North America
  • Clones of Timmy Turner I (note: there are now female counterparts of this being, so their species could live on in real life North America, they are also no longer considered as humans as their DNA shows, so they don't grow any beards, mustaches, get obese, etc. that are only found on humans, so they are now known to be related to dylanusids)
  • Ghost I (note: since their introduction into real life, all people, dylanuses, and other humanoids that die will live forever when they become ghosts themselves)

Pinnipeds and relatives

  • Common walrus I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Skull Island fur seal I (in the Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and in coastlines off the coast of Oregon, Washington, Baja California, and California)
  • Grey seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Harbor seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Leopard seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Weddel seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Baikal seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Ladoga seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Sapient leopard seal I from Happy Feet film series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by dylanusids and sapient species/beings, they could no longer breed with any species of non-sapient seals due to their DNAs being too different, they no longer bully nor kill penguins as sapient species/beings bullying or killing others is not tolerated by other sapient species/beings, also unlike the films they came from, they tolerate penguin species as well as dancing, they also now know all about humans, who they once considered as "aliens", and what they have and make, they also now work and live in peace with all sapient species and beings, except vampires)
  • Sapient elephant seal I from Happy Feet film series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by dylanusids and sapient species/beings, they could no longer breed with any species of non-sapient seals due to their DNAs being too different, they no longer bully penguins as sapient species/beings bullying or killing others is not tolerated by other sapient species/beings, also unlike the films they came from, they tolerate penguin species as well as dancing, they also now know all about humans, who they once considered as "aliens", and what they have and make, they also now work and live in peace with all sapient species and beings, except vampires)
  • King seal I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Shrimp-eater I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Krakken I (in the Great Lakes and shorelines Central America, Mexico, Baja California, Washington, California, and Oregon) (note: Contrary to its name, The Krakken isn't a giant cephalopod, but a future cousin of the Sea lion. Filling the similar role to real life whales, they have evolved a similar structure to their baleen from their whiskers. The male is smaller than the female. These are the largest creatures seen in the film they originally came from. Adults have no enemies, but their offspring are vulnerable to predators (like the Jabberwockys), which is why they live in family groups)
  • Saber-toothed seal (aka vampire seal) I (note: this harbor seal-sized seal species is named because of its large sharp canine teeth, which are used not only for cutting down windpipes of animals [from crow-sized ones to horse-sized ones], and not only eats meat, but also to suck the blood out of animals larger than itself [from horse-sized ones to gigantic whale-sized ones], making these seals infamous and the scariest of all marine mammals, but fortunately, they pose no threat to any sapient species/beings)
  • Sapient sea lion I from Finding Dory movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by any other sapient species/beings, they are also as smart as humans and now work with and live with any sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Spheal I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve into Sealeo as they are now a completely different species entirely, baby spheals are also a little smaller than half the size of the adult spheals)
  • Sealeo I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from Spheal nor evolve into Walrein as they are now a completely different species entirely, baby sealeos are also a little smaller than half the size of the adult spheals)
  • Walrein I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from Sealeo as they are now a completely different species entirely, baby walreins are also a little smaller than half the size of the adult spheals)
  • Horker I from Elder Scrolls franchise to real life Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and coastlines of Oregon, California, Baja California, Washington, western Canada, Alaska, and Mexico

Whales and relatives

  • Baiji I throughout North American waterways (note: they are extinct in their native range, but they are flourishing as invasive species in nonnative North America, where they feed on native fish, crustaceans, frogs, and turtles)
  • Amazon river dolphin I (in Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California, and Oregon)
  • Sapient dolphin I from Finding Nemo and Finding Dory movies to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by any other sapient species/beings, they are also as smart as humans and now work with and live with any sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Sapient beluga whale I from Finding Dory movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by any other sapient species/beings, they are also as smart as humans and now work with and live with any sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Common hippopotamus I (in marshes and swamps of Mississippi, New Mexico, California, Louisiana, Texas, Utah, Arizona, Oregon, Nevada, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) (note: Unlike native ones in Africa, hippos in North America are peaceful, rather than aggressive)
  • Pygmy hippopotamus I (in marshes and swamps of Mississippi, New Mexico, California, Louisiana, Texas, Utah, Arizona, Oregon, Nevada, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida)
  • Giant hippopotamus I (in marshes and swamps of Mississippi, New Mexico, Louisiana, California, Texas, Utah, Arizona, Oregon, Nevada, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) (note: Unlike native ones in Africa, hippos in North America are peaceful, rather than aggressive)
  • Domestic hippopotamus I (in marshes and swamps of Mississippi, New Mexico, Louisiana, California, Texas, Utah, Arizona, Oregon, Nevada, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida)
  • Satan's Whale I (in the coastlines of California, Oregon, an Baja California)
  • Cetotherium I (in the Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and coastlines of California, Oregon, an Baja California)
  • Nanocetus I (in the Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and coastlines of California, Oregon, and Baja California)
  • Livyatan I (in all of the oceans around North America)
  • Maiabalaena I (in all of the oceans around North America)
  • Common Dorudon I (in the Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and coastlines of California, Oregon, and Baja California)
  • Greater Dorudon I (in the Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and coastlines of California, Oregon, and Baja California)
  • Whale-like Dorudon I (in the Great Lakes, California's Lake Tahoe, and coastlines of California, Oregon, and Baja California)
  • Crete dwarf hippopotamus I (note: unlike their ancestors, due to genetic engineering, they now tolerate native American and nonnative predators, by being aggressive towards them [but not to sapient species/beings], so their species will survive)
  • Sicilian hippopotamus I (note: unlike their ancestors, due to genetic engineering, they now tolerate native American and nonnative predators, by being aggressive towards them [but not to sapient species/beings], so their species will survive)
  • Cyprus dwarf hippopotamus I (note: unlike their ancestors, due to genetic engineering, they now tolerate native American and nonnative predators, by being aggressive towards them [but not to sapient species/beings], so their species will survive)
  • Malagasy dwarf hippopotamus I (note: unlike their ancestors, due to genetic engineering, they now tolerate native American and nonnative predators, by being aggressive towards them [but not to sapient species/beings], so their species will survive)
  • Huburalut I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Alula whale I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Bloop I (in the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean)
  • Gambo I (in the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean)
  • Cetaceoid I (in the coasts off of California and Baja California, the Great Lakes, and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Ketos I (in the Great Lakes, and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Pigokeels I (in the coasts off of California and Baja California, the Great Lakes, and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Titan dolphin I from the Future Is Wild virtual reality to real life North America
  • Dolphin predator I from the Future Is Wild virtual reality to real life North America
  • Bearded whale I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Death whale I (in the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean)
  • Sea boar I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Snakewhale I (in the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean)

Rhinoceroses and relatives

  • Great woolly rhinoceros (were brought back and were introduced to the Great Plains, Canada, and Alaska, and they are spreading to most of North America)
  • Greater Elasmotherium (were brought back and were introduced to the Great Plains and are spreading to most of North America)
  • Menoceras (were brought back and were reintroduced to southern North America and were introduced to California)
  • Metaynodon (were brought back and were reintroduced to swamplands and marshlands of the both middle and western parts of North America and were introduced to swamplands and marshlands of eastern parts of North America)
  • Subhyracodon (were brought back and reintroduced to middle parts of USA and were introduced to Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California)
  • Juxia (were brought back and were introduced to western and eastern North American areas)
  • Wild Paraceratherium (were brought back and were introduced to California, Oregon, Arizona, and Nevada)
  • Hornless white rhinoceros (aka stripe-nosed white rhinoceros) I (note: despite the scar-like appearances, the lines on their snouts are luckily/fortunately not scars at all, but have evolved red colorations on the male's snouts to make up for having no horns to attract mates, they are also much more aggressive towards other non-sapient non-dylanus species to make up for no horns)
  • Sapient Indian rhinoceros I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these Indian rhinoceroses can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient Indian rhinoceroses, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)

Horses and relatives

  • Asian wild horse from Pleistocene Asia to the modern Great Plains and grasslands of California (note: it is the wild ancestor of domestic horses that resembles a hybrid between a tarpan and a Mongolian wild horse)
  • Heck horse (in the grasslands and forests in the state of New York)
  • African wild donkey (in the Great Plains and grasslands, scrublands, and deserts of Nevada, California, Arizona, Oregon, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah)
  • Kiang (in the Great Plains and grasslands, scrublands, and deserts of Nevada, California, Arizona, Oregon, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah)
  • Onager (in the Great Plains and grasslands, scrublands, and deserts of Nevada, California, Arizona, Oregon, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah)
  • Quagga (in the Great Plains and other grasslands and savannas of North America)
  • Grevy's zebra (in the Great Plains and other grasslands and savannas of North America)
  • Ferrari horse I from the Disney's Bedtime Stories film to real life North America
  • Mudbray I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Unicorn (from mythical Europe to real life North America, this animal resembles a normal white horse, but with antelope-like feet and horns that resembles a narwhal's tusks)
  • Pegasus (from mythical Europe to real life North America, this animal resembles a normal white horse, but has airsac organs [like bird's, but with helium to help it as it flies] and large wings with stitched fur that resembles feathers, but aren't feathers)

Tapirs, Chalicotheres, and relatives

  • Early tapir I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Heptodon I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Wild Moropus I from Miocene North America to modern North America
  • Domestic Moropus I (note: they were domesticated by humans for their meat and leather, but were/are mainly used for carrying people and supplies across the landscapes)
  • Domestic Megacerops I (note: they were domesticated by humans for meat and milk, but also for transportation of supplies and people)
  • Dolichorhinus I from Eocene North America to modern North America
  • Goatapir I from fictional world's future North America to real life North America
  • Horse tapir I (note: this species of tapir is a grazing herbivore that fills a similar niche to horses that were also introduced and reintroduced, yet horse tapirs still thrive)
  • Drowzee I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Hypno I from Pokemon series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors from Pokemon series, they no longer evolve from Drowzees nor do Drowzees evolve into Hypnos, since they are no a completely different species)

Camels and relatives

  • Fertile cama I (in Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, and California)
  • Koobish from Home cartoon series to real life North America

Giraffes and relatives

  • Straight-necked giraffe I (in Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Colorada, South Dakota, California, North Dakota, New Mexico, Texas, Missisippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Gerogia, and Florida)
  • Greater okapi I (in Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Colorada, South Dakota, California, North Dakota, New Mexico, Texas, Missisippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Gerogia, and Florida)
  • Rhinocerakeryx I (note: it is a species of rhinoceros-like mammal that is actually a kind of giraffe related to okapis and giraffes, despite their appearances, and have some skeletal features similar to more common giraffids, like skull shape, etc)
  • Giraffopod I from DeviantArt's series All Todays to real life North America

Pigs and relatives

  • Moose-pig I (it is a very large aggressive herbivorous wild pig species with large tusks for knocking over small trees and digging out roots and tubers, as well as defense against predators)
  • Scrofa I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Trumi I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Zarander I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Swinub I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolved into Plioswine and Mamoswine, as they are now a completely different species entirely, and like all placental Pokemon-type mammals, they don't come from eggs and their newly born young are about the size of a black rat without a tail)
  • Plioswine I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolved from Swinub and into Mamoswine, as they are now a completely different species entirely, and like all placental Pokemon-type mammals, they don't come from eggs and their newly born young are about the size of a rabbit)
  • Mamoswine I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolved from Swinub and Plioswine, as they are now a completely different species entirely, and like all placental Pokemon-type mammals, they don't come from eggs and their newly born young are about the size of a medium sized dog)
  • Sapient pygmy hog I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these pygmy hogs can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient pygmy hogs, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under, they are also very common and not endangered, unlike the non-sapient pygmy hogs in their native range)
  • Green Pigman (aka Suidohomus sentius) I from the Angry Birds Movie to real life North America (note: they no longer try to steal and eat Birdmen eggs and are now friends to Birdmen since they now find human food and real life chicken eggs more tasty)
  • Sapient warthog I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are not aggressive to nor scared of any sapient species/beings, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, they can now live for about 100 years, they can talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many languages including English)

Cattle-grouped Bovines and relatives

  • Plains bison (reintroduced, but were also introduced to the rest of North America)
  • Wood bison (reintroduced, but were also introduced to the rest of North America)
  • Great giant bison I from Disney Pixar's The Good Dinosaur to real life North America
  • Miltank I (note: unlike their ancestors, there are now male miltanks (despite having udders for producing milk), not just females, just like how there are now female Tauroses as well as males, so their species will live on, and are a completely different species from Tauroses, they also now breed very well without human help and no longer need their help to mate or give birth)
  • Two-legged cattle I (note: it is a species of cattle that stands, walks, and runs on its hind legs with no problem like many bipedal animals and, unlike domestic cattle with a similar-looking rare condition, this animal is a completely different species)
  • Sapient water buffalo I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these water buffalos can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient wild/domestic water buffalos, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)
  • Mooshroom I (note: it is a close relative of domestic cattle and aurochs [the extinct ancestors of domestic cattle], but is red and white and has mushrooms growing on their heads and their backs, and unlike in games, they don't actually become domestic cattle if the mushrooms on their backs are sheared or pulled off, instead, they're still mooshrooms, also, the mushrooms on their backs will grow back about 1-2 months)

Sheep-Goat-grouped bovines and relatives

  • Two-legged goat I (note: it is a species of goat that stands, walks, and runs on its hind legs with no problem like many bipedal animals and, unlike a domestic goat with a similar-looking rare condition, this animal is a completely different species)
  • All Todays sheep I from DeviantArt's series All Todays to real life North America
  • Cotton candy sheep I from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film to real life North America
  • Godmonster I from a bad horror B-movie Godmonsters of Indian Flats to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, these bipedal ground sloth-like sheep now have functional and moveable mouths like (almost) all land vertebrates, they also are no longer aggressive nor predatory, as the aggressive ones were not tolerated, but they have now been tolerated by sapient species/beings since they now only feed on small non-sapient species/beings [plants, insects, fish, small frogs, small lizards, small nonvenomous snakes, small birds, eggs, smaller mammals, carrion, and man-made food, they also now have regular-looking front legs that resemble that of ground sloths)

Antelopes

  • Gigantelope I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Hornheads I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Snorke I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Valuphant I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Sapient blackbuck I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these blackbucks can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient blackbucks, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)
  • Sapient nilgai I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these nilgais can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient nilgais, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)

Deer ahd relatives

  • Reindeer (in the rest of North America)
  • Moose (in the rest of North America)
  • Elk I (in the rest of North America)
  • Giant reindeer I (note: it is a giant relative of a common reindeer, but is more muscular and more elk-like in appearance, but with reindeer-like fur and antlers)

Insectivores and relatives

  • Tree drummer I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Parashrew I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Reedstilt I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Trovamp I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Tusked mole I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Pfrit I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Truteal I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Testadon I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Leaping devil I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Desert shark I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Vyloo (aka flying shrew) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer dangerous and no longer causes anyone's noses to be lost, as the ones that were dangerous and caused nose losses weren't tolerated, and they now flourish very well in forests, grasslands, scrublands, swamps, rainforests, and cities across North America and also make good exotic pets)
  • Sapient star-nosed mole I from Disney's G-Force movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they can now talk naturally, so they don't need devices to help them talk anymore, they are also not evil nor try to end civilizations, unlike the fictional sapient star-nosed mole, Speckles, as evil creatures of any kind aren't tolerated, they are also not blind, unlike their ancestors, so they can actually see as well as an average human, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)

Bats

  • New Zealand short-tailed bats I (note: like all invasive North American animals that originated from islands without predators or competition, these bats were genetically modifed to tolerate competition and predatation by cats and other predators, so these bats now reproduced fast like many native American urban bats, and can now crawl/sprint fast enough to escape from house cats, dogs, native predators [bears, wolves, coyotes, foxes, cougars, bobcats, etc], and other animals)
  • Common vampire bat I (note: these bats were introduced from laboratories after many labs during The Great Depression closed and let these bats loose, and they now thrive in California, Oregon, Florida, and most other parts of the USA)
  • Wing-winged vampire bat I (note: these bats were introduced from laboratories after many labs during the Great Depression closed and let these bats loose, and they now thrive in California, Oregon, Florida, and most other parts of the USA)
  • Hairy-legged vampire bat I (note: these bats were introduced from laboratories after many labs during the Great Depression closed and let these bats loose, and they now thrive in California, Oregon, Florida, and most other parts of the USA)
  • All known species of fruit bats I (note: all of the known fruit bat species in North America are descended from ones that escaped from zoos and safari parks that closed in 1960's 1970's, and they now live in most of Mexico, Central America, and USA)
  • Snowbat I in the rest of North America
  • Purrip Bat I from After Man Book to real life North America
  • Surfbat I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Flooer I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Nightstalker I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Deathgleaner I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Ahool I (it is a giant predatory bat species that resembles a hybrid between a flying fox and a vampire bat, but with a long baboon-like tail)
  • Devil Bat I from The Devil Bat film to real life North America (note: one family, Charles Nickins (Son), Fred Nickins (Dad), and Marry Nickins (Mom) had brought some devil bats after their vacation from The Devil Bat film universe and released them into real life North America, causing some negative impact towards some native real life dylanus species of North America, including some populations of Florida Running Dylanus)
  • Starling bat I from Dracula Untold film to real life North America (note: they are named because just like European starlings, which are native to real life, these bats are known to flock together in large masses like what this image shows, but are not mind-controlled, instead, they inherently have this behavior for protection against predators)
  • Greater giga bat I from a Sony Animation film, Hotel Transylvania 2, to real life North America (Note: unlike their ancestors, the North American greater giga bats are now friendly with sapient beings, as the evil/aggressive ones are not tolerated)
  • False mothman (aka the giant false bat and the western mothman) I (note: it is a very unusual species of giant bat, lacking echolocation and is a biped when not in the air, their behaviour however is more similar to an owl: this animal sits most of the time on high spots such as branches from where it can search for prey. They use their huge eyes and mask on their face to locate them and when that's done, they simply glide or fly soundlessly towards their victim to catch it with their feet. The teeth are then used to deliver the fatal bite. On the ground they have to be careful though: they are light build because of the hollow bones and slow because of their extremely long legs connected to each other by a membrane. A cougar, wolf or even coyote can kill them if they aren't scared off by the huge wings. The giant false bat can take of fast though because it uses the same squad launch as its cousins. They feel the most comfortable in trees or cliffs where they can climb around without having to touch the ground that often)

Rodents

  • Vancouver Island marmot I (in the rest of North America) [note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer threatened to extinction as they were genetically modified to tolerate climate change, habitat loss, and will now easily cooperate and socialize with other Vancouver Island marmots without acting aggressively, so this will ensure the further survival of this species]
  • Purple squirrel I (note: it is a species of squirrel with purple fur colorations)
  • Garden dormouse I (note: unlike their ancestors, they now tolerate climate changes, so their species will survive for much longer in a distant future)
  • Key largo woodrat I (note: Even though it is endangered in Florida, it was introduced to the rest of USA, where they are thriving, despite competition with brown rats)
  • Amazon bamboo rat I (note: It was accidentally introduced when people brought some South American plants into North America, and it now thrives in California, Oregon, Arizona, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida)
  • Atlantic bamboo rat I (note: It was accidentally introduced when people brought some South American plants into North America, and it now thrives in California, Oregon, Arizona, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida)
  • Galapagos rice rat I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are not vulnerable nor endangered of becoming extinct due to being genetically engineered to tolerate competition and predation from any life forms)
  • European Islands giant rat I (note: unlike their ancestors, they now tolerate predators well, even introduced and native American predators, so their species will survive)
  • Desert Leaper I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Strick I from the After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Wakka I from the After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Sand flapjack I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Tapimus I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Trevel I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Terratail I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Rootsucker I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Grobbit I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Chiselhead I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Meaching I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Desert spickle I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Sapient squirrel I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these squirrels can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient squirrels, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)
  • Sapient crested porcupine I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, they also can now control their quils so they don't injure any other sapient species/beings by accident, these porcupines can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient crested porcupines, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)
  • Sapient guinea pig I from Disney's G-Force movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they can now talk naturally, so they don't need devices to help them talk anymore, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • Sapient hamster I from Disney's G-Force movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they can now talk naturally, so they don't need devices to help them talk anymore, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • True sapient mouse I from Disney's G-Force movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are actually very smart, about as smart as sapient guinea pigs, so they know almost everything about life and such, they can also now talk naturally, so they don't need devices to help them talk anymore, they come in two similar-looking subspecies, one with high-pitch voices and the other with regular-sounding voices, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • Poggle I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Shagrat I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Corticochaeris I (note: it is a large rodent the size of a cow and is one of the capybara's cousin, it is very similar to hippos in build and is semi-aquatic, feeding mainly on underwater plants and grass)
  • Launchoid I (note: it is an experimental rodent species that resembles the purely-fictional time paradox-causing true launch (607), but the launchoid is actually completely harmless and doesn't cause time paradox, therefore can't effect time nor space)
  • Ratman I from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 film to real life North America (Note: There are now female ratmen so their species could live on in real life North America. Also, they had a country called Ratvania. Also, due to being a sapient, they DO NOT spread diseases.)
  • Daedric rat I from Elder Scrolls franchise to real life North America
  • Skeever I from Elder Scrolls franchise to real life North America
  • Pikachu I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Sapient Pikachu I from Detective Pikachu 2019 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by every sapient species/beings and dylanusids, there are also now also females, not just males, so their species could live on for generations)
  • Raichu I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Pichu I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Plusle I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Minun I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Dedenne I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Togedemaru I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Pachirisu I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Emolga I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America
  • Rattata I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America (note: like all Pokémon species that now exists in real life and unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve into newer forms [in Rattata's case, Raticate], since they are now a completely different species)
  • Raticate I from a video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America (note: like all Pokémon species that now exists in real life and unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from older forms [in Raticate's case, Rattata], since they are now a completely different species)
  • Bidoof I from Pokemon series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve into Bibarels, as they are now a completely different species)
  • Bibarel I from Pokemon series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from Bidoofs, as they are now a completely different species)
  • Wererat I from the Frankenweenie film to real life North America (note: they no longer become dead rats when they get electrocuted, since they are now a completely different species, they are now considered living rather than undead, they also don't turn victims into wererats as this feature is only a myth, this is what wererats look like in real life)
  • Squirrelanoid I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor aggressive, as the ones that were so weren't tolerated, so they're completely harmless towards sapient species/beings and dylanusids)
  • Sapient mouse I from a popular Disney franchise, Mickey Mouse, to real life North America. (Note: Because of their high intelligence, they can now have a country called Disneyaria, located in California. Also, due to being a sapient, they DO NOT spread diseases.)

Rabbits and relatives

  • Amami rabbit I (note: unlike native ones of Japan, even though they are similar to their ancestors from Japan, the invasive Amami rabbits in North America are thriving due to they now tolerate predators [most likely due to genetic engineering], both native and nonnative, by evolving a faster reproductive system and can now move faster to escape from danger)
  • Rabbuck I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Lutie I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Spanish biped rabbit I (note: it is a fully-upright-walking, blue-skinned, hairless, intelligent rabbit species that is almost as smart as an extinct homo habilis, it is actually a herbivore that feeds on grass, flowers, and vegetables)
  • Girona gremlin I (note: just like the Spanish biped rabbit, it is a fully-upright-walking, blue-skinned, hairless, intelligent rabbit species that is almost as smart as an extinct homo habilis, it is actually a herbivore that feeds on grass, flowers, and vegetables)
  • Jackalope I (note: it is a relative of jackrabbits that has horns similar to that found on pronghorns, and is mostly similar to its relative, other than having horns)
  • Looney rabbit I from a popular Warner Bros. animated franchise, Looney Tunes, to real life Eastern North America)
  • Powerpuff bunny I from a Powerpuff Girls episode, Super Zeroes. (Note: They have now male counterparts so they can thrive in the real life. However, unlike Bubbles in her Harmony Bunny costume, eye colors were now varied. even skin colors, especially having voices varied.)

Sloths, anteaters, armadillos and relatives

  • Silky anteater I (in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi)
  • Southern tamandua I (in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oregon)
  • Kakamora I (in the rest of North America)
  • Giant ground sloth from Pleistocene South America and North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Greater Glyptodon from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Glyptotherium from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Doedicurus from Pleistocene South America to modern North America
  • Plain jumper (aka Alaskan monster) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they prefer fruits, leaves, insects, fish, frogs, lizards, eggs, birds, and mammals that aren't sapient or close to sapient including humans, dylanusids, nor others, but can hunt and kill vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • Richter (aka richtadillo) I (note: unlike their ancestors, richters no longer causes earthquakes as the ones that do so aren't tolerated by real life sapient beings, also, they are now peaceful herbivores that feed only on plants, shrubs, ferns, cycads, roots, and tubers)

Pangolins

  • Sapient pangolin I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these pangolins can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient pangolins, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)

Proto-primates

  • Carpolestes I from Paleocene North America to modern North America
  • Plesiadapis I from Eocene North America to modern North America

Primitive primates and relatives

  • Clatta I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America

Lemurs

  • Sapient lemur I one subspecies from the theatrical film version and the other subspecies from the abandoned concept version of Disney's 2000 film, Dinosaur, to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now fully civilized so they now have culture, religion, tech, society, etc)

Monkeys

  • Babookari I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Raboon I from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Khiffah I from After Man Book series to real life North America
  • Mutt Monkey I from the Hunger Games films to real life North America
  • Gremlin monkey I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer put up any pranks, including deadly ones, nor turn their victims into gremlin monkeys or kill any sapient species/beings, as the ones that do so aren't tolerated by any sapient species/beings)
  • Marshadow monkey I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer ghosts and are instead living breathing animals, so they have no supernatural powers, they also aren't aggressive towards sapient species/beings nor dylanusids, they live in large groups and not only eat marshmallows, but also natural food sources such as leaves, fruits, roots, tubers, and bulbs)
  • Napa Rebob I from cryptozoology California to real life Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, and California
  • Sapient mandrill I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of any sapient species/beings nor are they completely religious, so they can now believe in evolution or both, they also now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, they also now live for about 100 years, they can talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many languages including English)
  • Saiyan I from Dragonball Z to real life North America (note: there are no evil Saiyans in real life nor they try to destroy Earth, as the ones that are evil or try to destroy Earth aren't tolerated, so they are now living in peace with all sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Friezaiord I from Dragonball Z to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now peaceful and gentle towards all sapient species and beings [except vampires], as the evil Friezaiords aren't tolerated by any sapient species nor any sapient beings)
  • Majin I from Dragonball Z to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now peaceful and gentle towards all sapient species and beings [except vampires], as the evil Majins aren't tolerated by any sapient species nor any sapient beings)
  • Jumanji monkey I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer sapient, so they can't drive cars, use knives, etc, and are no longer menacing nor want to kill any sapient species/beings nor any animals larger than themselves, as ones that did so weren't tolerated, so instead they are just regular monkeys, they also only feed on insects, lizards, smaller mammals, fruits, and nuts, and they only attack if they're protecting themselves against danger, not with man-made objects like knives, since they're non-sapient in real life, but with long and sharp canine teeth)
  • Intelligent flying monkey (or Oz's flying monkey) I from the Oz the Great and Powerful 2013 movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, none of the formerly aggressive baboon-like species of intelligent flying monkeys are evil anymore, as the ones that were evil weren't tolerated, and all species of intelligent flying monkeys now live in peace with other sapient species/beings, except vampires)

Apes

  • Lar gibbon I (Introduced in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and California)
  • Siamang I (in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, and California)
  • Bonobo I (in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and California)
  • All known species of fully sapient non-human apes I from The Planet of the Apes reboot film series to real life North America (note: they are no longer interested in war against humans and other sapient species, so they are now friendly and even live with and work with all sapient species, except vampires)
  • All known species of Maleficent fairies I from Maleficent 2014 live action film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, some species of fairies [including a species that Maleficent herself belongs to] no longer want to kill anyone nor are evil, as the ones that did or were so weren't tolerated, so they now work and live in peace with all sapient species/beings except vampires, they also aren't killed or harmed by iron or other similar man-made objects anymore)
  • Warthogman I from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows film to real life North America (note: there are now female warthogmen so their species could live on in real life North America)
  • Rhinocerosman I from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows film to real life North America (note: there are now female rhinocerosmen so their species could live on in real life North America)
  • Fur-faced human I (note: it is a subspecies of homo sapien that resembles a human with a werewolf syndrome, but it's not a disease in this subspecies, instead, they always have fur on their face, they might not be as smart as real life humans [including humans with werewolf syndromes], but they are much friendlier and are not even willing to do war or war-related stuff)
  • Humanzee I (note: these human-chimpanzee hybrids were created by Elecman.EXEs during the civil war as part of slave labor, but ever since humanzees achieved rights, they now live in peace and such, living and working like all sapient species/beings, except vampires, this is what a humanzee's face looks like)
  • Hurilla I (note: these human-gorilla hybrids were created by Elecman.EXEs during the civil war as part of slave labor, but ever since hurillas achieved rights, they now live in peace and such, living and working like all sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Zero Graver I (note: it is a species of human that originated from a genetically engineered strain of humanity optimized for life in zero gravity. Most notably they have ape-like and monkey-like feet in place of human-like feet and four long powerful arms for moving about habitats and space stations and a prehensile monkey-like tail that they mostly uses to hold onto bars and other such things. They also have large eyes, elf-like ears for identifying where sounds come from, a good deal of flexibility and various other cleanups and tweeks to allow her to live their entire life out of a gravity well, but can also flourish well in high-gravity-filled places, even in planets with much higher gravity than Earth)
  • Complex humans I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer kill themselves off to extinctions, accidentally or intentionally, so they could live on in real life North America)
  • Florida skunk ape I (in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas)
  • Orang Pendek I (hence its name, it is actually an upright-walking relatives of orangutans which replaced the former extinct homo floresiensis in Indonesia)
  • Greater imp I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil, they no longer insult anyone, nor do they cause harm to anyone, as the ones that did so weren't tolerated, so they are now just peaceful and gentle species)
  • Common imp I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil, they no longer insult anyone, nor do they cause harm to anyone, as the ones that did so weren't tolerated, so they are now just peaceful and gentle species)
  • Werewolfman I (note: it is named werewolfman because of its resemblance to the formerly fictional Wolfman's werewolf, but unlike werewolves, werewolfmen don't turn their victims to one as they don't have any substance inside them to do that)
  • Hylian I from Legend of Zelda games to real life North America
  • Hyrulean I from Legend of Zelda games to real life North America
  • Zora I from Legend of Zelda games to real life North America
  • Elder Scrolls Orc I from Elder Scrolls series to real life North America (note: they still have their barbarian clans, but can open diplomacy to world's nations)
  • Goblin I (note: it is a hominid that resembles its relatives, humans, but is smaller, about 3-4 feet tall and 100-120 pounds, as well as having either gray skin, pale skin, tannish skin, or green skin, and they also have elf-like ears)
  • Stoor I from Lord of the Rings film franchise to real life North America (note: they are no longer evil, as the ones that are evil are not tolerated by all sapient beings, so instead they are now friendly and even live with and work with all sapient species, except vampires)
  • Ringling's orc I (note: unlike their ancestors and like all Lord of the Ring/Hobbit species that now exist in real life, they are now peaceful and gentle and are no longer evil, so their kind will survive and live on as a species)
  • Giant I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (note: they are now completely herbivorous and are now gentle giants, so they are no longer aggressive, as the ones that are aggressive are not tolerated by all sapient beings, so instead they are now friendly and even live with and work with all sapient species, except vampires)
  • Armor-faced orge I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (note: they are no longer aggressive or mean towards anyone as the ones that are aren't tolerated by any sapient species)
  • False troll I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • False goblin I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (unlike their ancestors, they can now be seen even without any glass, so they are much easier to detect, they are also no longer aggressive nor mean towards any sapient species as the ones that are aggressive and mean aren't tolerated by any sapient species)
  • Brownie I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they do NOT become boggarts anymore even if they get angry [as boggarts which now also exist in reality are seperated species], so they are much easier to keep)
  • Boggart I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are NOT aggressive forms of brownies [as they are a completely different species in real life] and are not aggressive to any sapient species, as the ones that are aren't tolerated by any sapient species, so they only feed on insects, spiders [except dangerous ones like black widows and such], small frogs, and small lizards)
  • Hobgoblin I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are all completely peaceful and gentle species that feeds on not just birds, but also smaller mammals, small reptiles, frogs, fish, and insects)
  • Knocker I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now peaceful and gentle omnivores that feeds only on bats, marsupials, rodents, small birds, small reptiles, small amphibians, fish, and insects)
  • Sprite I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • Sylph I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • Banshee I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • Changeling I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • Nixie I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • Common elf I from Spiderwick Chronicles franchise to real life North America
  • Wood elf I from Elder Scrolls game franchise franchise to real life North America
  • Snow elf I from Elder Scrolls game franchise franchise to real life North America
  • Sinistral elf I from Elder Scrolls game franchise franchise to real life North America (note: they are no longer considered as evil and are no longer aggressive, as the ones that are aggressive are not tolerated by all sapient beings, so instead they are now friendly and even live with and work with all sapient species, except vampires)
  • Rocky troll I from Disney's Frozen film to real life North America (note: these are relatives of humans that have almost boulder-shaped bodies and grayish skins, can also roll up into a ball to disguise themselves as rocks as protection against both native predators (bears, cougars, etc) and nonnative predators (Jurassic Park raptors, vampires, etc), making the fooling predators leave an area to search for more suitable prey)
  • Rainbow troll I from Dreamwork's Trolls 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer only eat insects when said, since they happily adapted to feed on insects, they also now feed on various man-made food)
  • Bergen I from Dreamwork's Trolls 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer need to feed on rainbow trolls to be happy, as eating other sapient species isn't tolerated, and they now remain happy unless there's disasters, and they are now as peaceful as rainbow trolls)
  • Powerpuff Person I from Powerpuff Girls cartoon series to real life North America (note: there are now male powerpuff people, not just females, so their species could continue to live on in real life North America)
  • Martial Arts Kids from Martial Arts Kids Netflix series to real life North America (note: they are alien kids that have parts that makes them look like they're wearing boxing trunks, socks, sneakers, fingerless gloves and mouthguards that don't age at all, boys are shirtless, and girls have sports bras-like parts covering their top torao areas, they're talented at fighting and self-defense, the boy's nipples and navels of both genders are removed and they never reached puberty at all and of course, they always look like 2 to 12 years old, and they look cute, boys have only cycling shorts-like parts underneath their trunks, while girls have cycling shorts-like parts, capri leggings and leggings underneath their trunks, Some girls might have boxing skirts-like parts)
  • Asgardian I from Marvel live action films to real life North America
  • Frost Giant I from Marvel live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now peaceful and gentle towards all sapient species and beings [except vampires], as the evil Frost Giants aren't tolerated by any sapient species nor any sapient beings)
  • Mantisperson I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Xandarian I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Krylorian I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Zehoberei I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Kree I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Xeronian I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Aakon I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Easik I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Hurctarian I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Luphomoid I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Centaurian I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Draxonian I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Sneeper I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America
  • Chitauri I from Avengers live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer try to kill everyone nor try to destroy or take over the world, as the ones that do so are not tolerated, and they no longer shut off as they are now fully independent from the Chitauri Command Center from the fictional Avengers films)
  • Marvel dark elf I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films and Thor live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer want to take over worlds and are no longer evil, as the ones that do so aren't tolerated, as an effect, they are no longer endangered and are now very common species)
  • Sakaaran I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor try to kill anyone or take over the worlds, as the ones that do so are not tolerated, so they are now peaceful to all sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Skrull I from from Guardians of the Galaxy live action film concept to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor try to kill anyone or take over the worlds, as the ones that do so are not tolerated, so they are now peaceful to all sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Sovereign I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer easily offended and no longer try to kill anyone, as the ones that did so were not tolerated, so they are now peaceful, there are now also sovereign that believe in evolution, not just ones that are religious, due to freedom to all sapient species/beings, except for the evil creatures known as vampires)
  • Celestial I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor try to destroy planets, as the ones that did so weren't tolerated, and they are now all human-like much like the now-deceased celestial individuals like Ego himself)
  • Inhuman I from the Inhumans TV series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of showing their powers to any sapient species/beings nor letting them know about Inhumans and their powers as they got used to that and they're now peaceful and gentle species that now work with and live with any sapient species and beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • True titan I from the Marvel live action film franchise to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer obsessed with nor wanting to kill half of any populations on any planets, as the ones that were so weren't tolerated, they also aren't aggressive nor evil anymore, so they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings peacefully, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • Smurf I from The Smurfs live action films to real life North America (note: they now know much about life in cities, unlike their ancestors, so they could flourish well in both primitive and modern-styled cities, as an effect, their population has exploded from just 41 after being introduced to real life to almost 4 billion in the United States alone, and that population is still increasing due to medicine and abundant food sources)
  • Naughty I from The Smurfs live action films to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are not made from clay and instead are natural living species, they are also no longer mean, mischievous, nor naughty, despite their names and unlike their ancestors, as the ones that were always naughty, mischievous, and mean were not tolerated, they are also the grey colored and less common relatives of Smurfs)
  • Pygmy oompa-loompa I (note: unlike their ancestors, they can now talk very often [in languages like English, etc], not just singing, so every sapient species/beings can better communicate with them)
  • Penguinman I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor aggressive, as the ones that were so weren't tolerated, there are also now female penguinmen [which resembles skinnier feminine versions of males], so their species will live on in the future)
  • Ice human I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor aggressive, as the ones that were so weren't tolerated, there are also now females of their kind [resembling skinnier and feminine version of males], so their kind will live on in the future)
  • Ivy human I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor aggressive, as the ones that were so weren't tolerated, there are also now males of their kind [resembling more muscular and masculine version of females], so their kind will live on in the future)
  • Blue demon I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer aggressive towards any other sapient species, as any aggressive creatures are not tolerated, they are also named blue demons because of their silky shiny skin that seems to be blue in the light, and they're named because of their cannibalistic nature towards ill, young, and injured blue demons)
  • Sith (aka Red-skinned human) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil nor aggressive, as any evil species/beings weren't tolerated, so they are now peaceful and gentle to almost all species and even work with and live with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • False vampire (aka Homo Sapiens Homovorus) I (note: unlike real vampires, false vampires no longer feed on the blood of other human species, instead they feed on non-dylanus non-human non-sapient species after adapting to be tolerated by any sapient species/beings, they are now peaceful and gentle to dylanuses and even other sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them)
  • 2017 King Kong I (note: these apes are now much smaller than their ancestors, about the size of a bigfoot)
  • Grinch I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer evil, aggressive, nor do they hate/steal Holidays, as the ones that were so and did so weren't tolerated, so they are now peaceful and gentle species and now love holidays [even Christmas], there are also now female grinches so their species could survive)
  • Who (aka Hoo) I (note: they no longer do Christmas everyday since they now do Christmas at the same time as every other sapient species/beings)
  • Gremlin I from Gremlins film franchise to real life New York, New Jersey, and Florida
  • Mogwai I from Gremlins film franchise to all parts of real life North America (note: they no longer die in sunlight as they developed the immunity against the sunlight, and also can no longer become gremlins when they eat after midnight, as the ones that became aggressive gremlins were not tolerated by all sapient beings)
  • Darwin's hobgoblin I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer aggressive nor evil, as the ones that are either one aren't tolerated, they also won't make someone imagine and thus killing themselves anymore and no longer have that ability, instead, they are normal animals part of the ape family most closesly related to chimpanzees, bonobos, humans, and Elecman.EXEs)
  • Mythic's merfolk I from mythical oceans, TV series, and movies to real life North America
  • Yodan I from Star Wars film series to real life North America
  • All known kinds of human-like Yugioh monsters I (note: unlike their ancestors, the formerlly evil human-like beings are no longer evil and are now peaceful and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, like their ancestors, though, they are very human-like [human-like faces, hands, etc], like Dark Magicians, Sorcerers of Dark Magic, etc, each kind, however, now have females, not just males, while female ones like Dark Magician Girls, etc, now have males, not just females, so their kinds will live on in real life)
  • Neoraptor I (note: these are not raptor dinosaurs, but genetically-engineered hominid apes (mammals) that become raptor-like tailed apes with feather-like fur, they also only turn common humans (Homo Sapiens Sapiens) into Neoraptors with bites and/or clawing, they are also as smart as common humans)
  • European ghoul I (note: it is a species of hominid that resembles a human, but is more stout in build and has a more ape-like mouth, unlike Japanese ghouls, which are more human-like in appearance)
  • Japanese ghoul I from Tokyo Ghoul manga and anime series to real life North America
  • Nick's werewolf from Nickelodeon's The Boy Who Cried Werewolf film to real life North America
  • Twilight werewolf from a Lionsgate film series, Twilight, to real life North America. (Note: These werewolves are no longer aggressive to humans, neither any other sapient beings)
  • Ghost I (note: since their introduction into real life, all people, dylanuses, and other humanoids that die will live forever when they become ghosts themselves)
  • Greater cupid I from Fantasia to real life North America (note: they remain as small children-like beings due to genetic engineering by prehistoric aliens, and the aliens used human DNA and fly DNA together to create real cupids, which would explain why there are arts and myths of cupids around the world)
  • Faunperson I from Fantasia to real life North America (note: they remain as small children-like beings due to genetic engineering by prehistoric aliens, and the aliens used human DNA and goat DNA together to create real faunpersons, which would explain why there are arts and myths of faunpersons around the world)
  • Fantasian centaur I from Fantasia to real life North America (note: due to genetic engineering by prehistoric aliens, these sapient animals now have upper bodies, arms, and heads of humans and the bodies, legs, and tails of horses, which would explain why there are arts and myths of centaurs around the world)
  • Zebra centaur I from Fantasia to real life North America (note: due to genetic engineering by prehistoric aliens, these sapient animals now have upper bodies, arms, and heads of humans and the bodies, legs, and tails of zebras, also, there are males of that species, so their kind as a species will survive for generations)
  • Aladdin sprite I (note: unlike their ancestors, they normally do not cause mischief and they now understand if someone wants to fly or not and understand if someone they're playing with are done playing or not, they now also know about various man-made objects so they no longer pick and drop fragile objects to the ground, which was not tolerated since that behavior caused these objects to be ruined)
  • Aladdin genie I (note: unlike their ancestors, there are no evil genies, as the evil genies were not tolerated, and genies are either servants or free, depending on whether they want to be servants or free genies)
  • Gruthus I from Despicable Me film franchise to real life North America (note: they are NOT humans at all, unlike how they were confused for humans in the film franchise, instead they're actually orangutan relatives that evolved from the same ancestors as orangutans [while humans evolved from same ancestors as chimpanzees], they are also NOT evil at all [stealing moons, landmarks, etc], unlike Gru and Dru [the film franchise's gruthuses], as the ones that were evil weren't tolerated, so they now live and work in peace alongside all other sapient species/beings, except vampires)

Primate Hybrids

Cats and relatives

  • Jaguar (in the rest of the USA and most of southern Canada)
  • Snow leopard I (in most of USA, Canada, Alaska, and Greenland)
  • Caracal I (in most of USA and southern Canada)
  • European wildcat I (in Canada, Alaska, Maine, New York, and other cold northeastern states)
  • Asiatic wildcat I (in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida)
  • American lion from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Scimitar cat from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Onza I (note: it is a species of cat that is very closely related to a cougar, but has stripes on its legs and the onza is smaller in size, about the size of a large-to-medium-sized dog, onzas can also survive and thrive well in human settlements, this is what the onzas look like in real life)
  • Purple Cheshire cat I (note: there are now both males and females of this species, so their species could live on for generations to come, they also don't normally cause mischief, unlike in the Alice in Wonderland cartoon movie)
  • Common Cheshire cat I (note: there are now both males and females of this species, so their species could live on for generations to come, they also don't normally cause mischief, unlike in the Alice in Wonderland 2010 live action/CGI movie)
  • Chaos cat I (note: there are now both males and females of this species, so their species could live on for generations to come, they also don't normally cause mischief, unlike in the Aladdin TV series, and they aren't considered evil anymore)
  • Striger from After Man Book and Documentary series to real life North America
  • Jaguaro I from Scooby-Doo series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are not evil at all, since they only hunt in order to survive, they are also real animals much like how one of them from Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase was real instead of being a disguise, they are big cats with muscular humanoid gorilla-like bodies and smilodon/saber-toothed cat-like heads)
  • Winged cat (aka sphinx) I (note: it is a grizzly bear-sized sphynx cat-like feline with large eagle-like wings that, like the pegasus, is actually wings with stitched fur that resembles feathers, but aren't feathers, also like the pegasus, it has airsac organs [like bird's, but with helium to help it as it flies])
  • Winged vampire cat I from Frankenweenie film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are actually living and not undead, so they aren't considered evil, unlike their namesake, since they only hunt prey [including feral/stray cats, feral/stray dogs, mice, rats, squirrels, etc] in order to survive [whereas vampires hunt for sports and/or for pride], they don't turn victims into their own kind, unlike vampires, this is what vampire cats look like in real life)
  • Sapient lion I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, males of this lion species can have mane that can range from blonde, to brown, to red, to orange, and even to black in color, depending on an individual, these lions can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient lions, they can live for about 100 years, not just under 20s)
  • Sapient leopard I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, also unlike Bagheera, they don't even fear tricks of any kind, they also aren't all melanistic, since only about as much melanistic sapient leopards exist as much as melanistic nonsapient leopards, so the common colored ones looks similar to the common Indian leopard colorations, these leopards can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient leopards, they can live for about 100 years, not just under 20s)
  • Sapient tiger I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, also unlike Shere Khan, they don't even fear tricks of any kind nor have hatred against humans, these tigers can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient tigers, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)
  • Tigger I from Winnie the Pooh to real life North America

Bears and relatives

  • Sun bear (aka honey bear) I (in Nevada, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, Utah, and New Mexico)
  • MacFarlane's bear I (it is a species of bear that resembles a hybrid between a polar bear and a grizzly bear, but is about the size of a Kodiak brown bear)
  • Scarebear I (note: they are now real animals and not people in costumes, and aren't mutated form of any bear so they are natural and are a completely different species, they also don't talk at all, unlike humans, as they are non-sapient, they are no longer aggressive towards any sapient species/beings and aren't considered evil anymore as they only hunt to feed and survive, they also only feed on non-dylanus non-sapient species)
  • Tank (aka tankbear) I (note: they now only feed on unwanted metal rubbish, human food, plants, and small (non-domestic) animals, as the ones that feed on metal that humans and other sapient species are using (such as currently-active cars, etc) are not tolerated by sapient beings)
  • Sapient sloth bear (aka intelligent grizzly-like sloth bear) I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of modernized humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, they are no longer as lazy and can now learn to do things themselves, these sloth bears can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient sloth bears, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)

Dog-Cat hybrids and relatives

Dogs and relatives

  • Dire wolf from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Sapient gray wolf I from The Jungle Book 2016 film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are no longer scared of humans or any other sapient species/beings and they now live with and work with any sapient species/beings, except vampires due to bloody conflicts with them, these gray wolves can also talk like any sapient species/beings and can speak in many different languages like English and others, also unlike non-sapient gray wolves, they can live for about 100 years, not just about 20 or under)
  • All Todays wolf I from DeviantArt's series, All Todays, to real life North America
  • Turner's wild dog I from cryptozoological North America to real life North America (note: it is a species of very large gray-colored strong-jawed wild dog that hunts animals from as small as a rat to as large as a bison, they can either be solitary predators or social pack-hunting predators)
  • Man-eating wolf I (it is a species of very large long-tailed big cat-like hypercarnivorous wild dog which is very closely related to gray wolves, but unlike gray wolves (which only hunts humans if they're too old or sick to hunt other animals they usually hunt), man-eating gray wolves (including healthy ones) like to prey on humans (if provoked), not just deer, wild boars etc.)
  • Bray Road beast (it is a werewolf-like species of upright-walking relative of gray wolves. Unlike werewolves of mythical Europe, they are gentle animals towards humans as studies have recently showed, also, they don't turn their victims into their own kind, even if their victim is bitten. They feed only on deer, elk, goats, rabbits, sheep, rats, beavers, and horses)
    • Wisconsin werewolf I (it is a subspecies of the Bray Road beast that is slightly smaller, about 6.5 feet tall, and is lighter in color than other Bray Roar beast subspecies, they are also the most common, adapting to human settlements and are also the most gentle of all Bray Road beast subspecies)
    • Michigan dogman I (it is a slightly larger and darker colored subspecies of the Bray Road beast which is stronger and able to hunt larger non-sapient non-dylanus animals, fortunately for us, they are also gentle towards humans)
  • Mutt Dog I from the Hunger Games films to real life North America
  • Remoolian I from Men in Black films to real life North America
  • Eevee I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Vaporeon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Jolteon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Flareon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Espeon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Umbreon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Glaceon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Sylveon I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Vulpix I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Ninetails I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Growlithe I from Pokemon series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve into Arcanines, as they are now a completely different species entirely)
  • Arcanine I from Pokemon series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from Growlithes, as they are now a completely different species entirely)
  • Herdier I from Pokemon series to real life North America
  • Sabre dog I (note: it is a very large bear-like canine that largely resembles the American Werewolf in London's werewolf, but isn't/was never a human in beast form, rather a natural large carnivorous mammal that mainly hunts deer, wild boars, goats, and other animals smaller than humans and dylanuses, fortunatelly, they are now completely peaceful towards humans and dylanuses)
  • Nine tails I from Naruto series to real life North America (not to be confused with Ninetails, a Pokémon-grouped canine with a similar name)

Domestic Dogs

  • Two-legged dog I (note: it is a breed of dog that stands, walks, and runs on its hind legs with no problem like many bipedal animals and, unlike a common-type of domestic dog with a similar-looking rare condition, this dog is a completely different breed, which can come in different fur colors and length)
  • Scooby Doo's talking dane I from Scooby-Doo movie and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed movie to real life North America (note: unlike Scrappy Doo from the first Scooby-Doo movie, real talking danes aren't evil as the ones that are evil aren't tolerated, they also come in two body plans depending on an individual, the small bipedal ones similar to Scrappy Doo himself and the large mostly-quadrupedal ones similar to Scooby Doo himself)
  • Ratdog I (Note: It is a smallest ever breed of dog, resembling a hybrid between a dog and a rat and is about the size of a pet rat, making it smaller than a chihuahua)
  • Merpup I from PAW Patrol series to real life North America
  • Courageous dog from a Cartoon Network animated series, Courage the Cowardly Dog, to real life North America. (Note: There will be female versions of that dog so that they can now live in the real life. However, unlike Courage, they are no longer easy to be afraid, and cannot make gestures of screaming, even in case of horrifying stuff, so they can now be tolerable to everything that can be horrifying)
  • Riolu I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve into Lucarios, as they are now completely different species, instead, Riolu adults are always similar to their Pokemon world Riolu ancestors, their pups are only less than half the size of their parents)
  • Lucario I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from Riolus, as they are now completely different species, instead, Lucario adults are always similar to their Pokemon world Lucario ancestors, their pups, which resemble miniature adults but with short limbs, less sharp spikes, and more stout bodies, are only less than half the size of their parents, they also don't become Mega Lucarios anymore for some reason)

Bear-dogs

Raccoons, coatis and relatives

  • Ringtail I (in the rest of North America)
  • Kinkajou I (in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and New York)
  • Red panda I (in California, Oregon, Washington, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida)
  • Raccoonman I from Guardians of the Galaxy live action films to real life North America (note: there are now female raccoonmen so their species could live on in real life North America)
  • Saber-toothed raccoon I from the 2010 film, Furry Vengeance, to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they act very much like real raccoons and no longer attack people (either comical or realistic attacks), they also don't have any comical attacks, etc in real life, they are just basically now just real raccoons, other than having smilodon-like teeth, which they use only for defense against predators and/or for hunting smaller animals)

Mustelids and relatives

  • Sea otter I (in the Great Lakes and California's Lake Tahoe)
  • Marine otter I (in shorelines off the coast of Baja California, Oregon, Washington, western Canada, and California)
  • European mink I (note: unlike their ancestors from Europe, they are now tolerant to competition from American minks, they are now also now tolerant to climate change, so they are very common in North America and aren't endangered there)
  • Sea mink I (reintroduced to its former range, but was introduced to the rest of North America)
  • Black-footed ferret I (reintroduced to its former range, but was introduced to the rest of North America)
  • Snowstalker I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Gryken I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Jabberwocky I (in the Great Lakes and coastlines of California, Oregon, an Baja California) (note: Named after the creature from English writer, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon, and photographer Lewis Caroll's poem, these are agile and quick otter descendants predator who occupy the ecological niche similar to real life's killer whales. They hunt in packs, feeding on everything from fish, to sea-birds, sea-lizards and even young Krakkens, as well as some real life species such as young whales, sea otters, and seals. They have a long prehensile neck, allowing them to catch all what is around them and their jaws are retractable)
  • Deforestator (aka Deforestor or Deforine) I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer have interest to nor even try to cut down forests [despite their names], as they could endanger many tree-dwelling animal species possibly to extinction so the ones that cut down forests are not tolerated by any sapient species, so they now only use their spinning/rotating hands with sharp claws to defend themselves against any predators, they are also herbivores that feed only on fruits and leaves)
  • Domestic badger I (note:unlike their ancestors from Elder Scrolls franchise, they are now much less aggressive and much more tame towards humans, making them good pets, even though there are now feral populations of these badgers in North America)

Lombaxes

Elephants and relatives

  • Dugong I (in rivers of Utah, Wyoming, Colorada, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, New Mexico, California, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida)
  • West Indian manatee (in rivers of Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Colorado, Utah, California, Wyoming, New Mexico, Texas, Idaho, Washington, Montana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Great Lakes, South Dakota, and North Dakota)
  • Prorastomus I from Eocene Jamaica to modern North America
  • Helena manatee I (it is a species of semi-aquatic herbivorous manatees which are build more like elephant seals than any other manatees)
  • Columbian mammoth from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • American mastodon from Pleistocene North America to modern North America (reintroduced)
  • Trunko I (in the Pacific ocean, Atlantic ocean, and the Great Lakes)
  • Phanpy I(note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve into Donphans as they are now a completely different species, so their similar-looking young are only less than half the size of their parents)
  • Donphan I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer evolve from Phanpys as they are now a completely different species, so their similar-looking young are only less than half the size of their parents)

Vampires and relatives

(Note: This list of vampire subspecies and relatives is only shown here due to less space in other section of this list of introduced species, though, all vampire subspecies and relatives listed here are also found in all continents except Antarctica)

American/European vampires

  • Marvel's vampire I from Marvel's series, Ultimate Spiderman, Avengers: Assemble, and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. series to real life North America
  • DC's vampire I from Batman vs. Dracula animated movie to real life North America
  • Hotel Transylvania vampire I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now evil and aggressive like all vampire subspecies that live in real life North America, since they had now gotten used to drinking blood)
  • Highgate vampire I from English mythologies and hoax to real life North America (note: they are one of the shiest of the vampire subspecies and the easiest to avoid, since they prefer to be in cemeteries, abandoned castles, and abandoned churches to make them into their vampire lairs [homes], this is what most male Highgate vampires look like while females resemble Dracula 1930's female vampires)
  • Nosferatu vampire I (Note: They currently only in Florida, but their population is spreading and could possibly spread into other parts of North America. However, the North American governments were currently trying to keep the Nosferatu vampires from spreading around North America.)

Chinese/Japanese vampires and relatives

  • Shiki I from Shiki series to real life North America
  • La Luna Sangre vampire (aka Clones of Sandrino) I from an ABS-CBN teleserye, La Luna Sangre, to real life North America. (Note: There could be female clones of Sandrino so their species can thrive. Also, they had a plan to attempt to eradicate the Filipino-American population, and spread to the Philippines and eradicate its population, and then to eradicate other oversea Filipinos, and replace it with Filipino vampire population, but the Philippine government and oversea Filipino communities were trying to do their best to resist the invasion.)
  • Manananggal I from Filipino mythology to real life North America. (Note: Manananggals can transform babies who were still inside their tummies into newborn vampires. The Philippine government was doing their best to protect Filipino mothers and children.)

Zombies

(note: unlike their ancestors, they can now breed with their same species, which helps their population to grow, also unlike their ancestors, they no longer could infect their victims, so they are now mostly safe)

  • Boney zombie I (note: unlike their ancestors from warm bodies film, they are no longer aggressive to humans, dylanuses, and other sapient beings, so they are now peaceful, feeding only on deer, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, cats, and other non-sapient animals)
  • Transition zombie I (note: unlike their ancestors, they no longer become boney zombies, and they're also no longer aggressive)
  • Walker I (note: unlike their ancestors from The Walking Dead TV series, they are no longer aggressive to humans, dylanuses, and other sapient beings, so they are now peaceful, feeding only on deer, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, cats, and other non-sapient animals)
  • LFD Special Infected I from Left For Dead games to real life Eastern North America (note: unlike their ancestors from left for dead games, they are no longer aggressive to humans, dylanuses, and other sapient beings, so they are now peaceful, feeding only on deer, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, cats, and other non-sapient animals)

Cyclopsis

(Note: unlike their ancestors, all known species of cyclops are no longer evil nor aggressive, as the ones that were so weren't tolerated, so they now live peacefully in real life North America)

Other mammals and relatives

  • Giant Toxodon from Pleistocene South America to modern North America
  • Uintatherium I from Eocene North America to modern North America
  • All known species of DinosaursRoar's dream mammals I from DinosaursRoar's dream to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, the formerly aggressive mammals that came from DinosaursRoar's dream are not aggressive nor killers, as the ones that are aggressive or predatory/killers aren't tolerated)
  • Common beast I from a live action version of an animated movie made in 2017, Beauty and the Beast, to real life North America. (Note: Like the Beast from Beauty and the Beast, they would NOT destroy all of everything, and they would NOT be aggressive to sapient beings. They only do the good things, and for their diet, they only eat human food, especially carrion and bones from animals. Also, they use animated objects as their pets as well. Also, they also are extremely tolerant to humans, like what the Beast did to Belle.)
  • Piranahcanis I from a Universal Pictures animated film series, Despicable Me, to real life North America. (Note: Unlike Kyle, they are not vicious, aggressive and ferocious, despite looking monstrous.)
  • Reshiram I from a famous video game series, Pokémon, to real life North America.
  • Pix (aka pixyrat) I from a Disney's animated series, Lilo and Stitch the series, to real life North America. (Note: Unlike their ancestors, pixes, or pixyrats, can only take good pictures of people rather than bad pictures of people, because the United Nations imposed a law to prevent bad pictures of people)
  • Bandersnatch I from Alice in Wonderland live action film series to real life North America
  • All known species of Narnian mythical beasts and sapient non-humanoid mammals I from a 2005 film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, the formerly evil Narnian beasts and sapient non-humanoid animals, such as Narnian wolves, are no longer evil and now work and live in peace with every other sapient species/beings, except vampires)
  • Ghost I (Note: Since their introduction into real life, all people, dylanuses, and other humanoids that die will live forever when they become ghosts themselves.)
  • Mewnimen I from a Disney Channel animated series, Star vs The Forces of Evil, to real life North America.
  • Crockerman (Note: Unlike Denzel Crocker, they will no longer catch fairies, and be nice to them, so they only hunt jellyfishes and butterflies, because, according to the United Nations, they have imposed a law to the countries of the world that catching and hunting of fairies is officially banned.)
  • Hulk I From Marvel to Real Life North America
  • Tamaranean I from Teen Titans to Real Life North America

Non-mammal synapsids

  • Dragon-Like Therocephalian I (note: it is now peaceful towards humans and dylanuses, no longer attacking them, so their population can continue to thrive in real life/modern times)

Birds

Ibises

  • Giant ibis I (in the entire North American continent, as well as Hawaii)
  • Scarlet ibis I (in the entire North American continent, as well as Hawaii)

Gulls

  • Ivory gull I (in the entire continent of North America) (note: they are now adapting to live without icebergs, adapting to lay eggs in many man-made gardens, fields, etc)
  • Rainbow gulls I (note: due to their colorations, they no longer spend much time in seas and now have specialized feet for perching on branches, poles, etc, and they now fill a similar niche to hornbills, toucans, parrots, etc which are also present in North America after being introduced there by humans. Unlike most other gull species, they not only eat fish, crustaceans, insects, or carrion, but they also feed on fruits, nuts, and leaves. Also unlike most other gull species, they seem very tame towards any sapient species/beings, making them easier to get up close or even catch one to keep one as a pet)

Petrels and relatives

  • Brown skua I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Snow petrel I (note: unlike their ancestors from Antarctica, they were genetically-engineered to tolerate warmer temperatures, as well as freshwater, brackish waters, and even polluted waters, nor just saltwater, so they now live in the entire North American continent)
  • Sapient albatross I from Happy Feet short film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by dylanusids and sapient species/beings, they could not breed with non-sapient albatrosses due to their DNA being too different, they also now know all about humans, who they once considered as "aliens", and what they have and make, they also now work and live in peace with all sapient species and beings, except vampires)
  • Sapient skua I from Happy Feet film series to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by dylanusids and sapient species/beings, they could not breed with non-sapient skuas due to their DNA being too different, they no longer bully nor kill penguins as sapient species/beings bullying or killing others is not tolerated by other sapient species/beings, also unlike in most of the first film they came from, they tolerate penguin species as well as dancing, they also now know all about humans, who they once considered as "aliens", and what they have and make, they also now work and live in peace with all sapient species and beings, except vampires)
  • Roachcutter I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Spitfire Bird from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America

Pelicans and relatives

  • Sunbittern I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Kagu I (in the entire North American continent)
  • Sapient pelican I from Finding Nemo movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by any other sapient species/beings, they are also as smart as humans and now work with and live with any sapient species/beings, except vampires)

Flamingos

Auks and relatives

  • Sapient puffin I from Happy Feet Two film to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, their talking can now be heard by dylanusids and sapient species/beings, they could not breed with non-sapient puffins due to their DNA being too different, they also now know all about humans, who they once considered as "aliens", and what they have and make, they also now work and live in peace with all sapient species and beings, except vampires)
  • Great auk (reintroduced, but was also introduced to Oregon, Washington, western Canada, western Mexico, Baja California, and California)

Jacanas

Herons and relatives

  • Eurasian bittern I (in California, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and Southern Florida)

Plovers and relatives

Rails and relatives

  • Laysan rail I (note: like all former island-dwelling species, including other former island-dwelling rails, the nonnative Laysan rails on mainland North America and Caribbean Islands were genetically engineered to tolerate habitat loss, invasive species, etc, so they are still alive today)

Grebes, loons, and relatives

  • Domestic loon I from Finding Dory movie to real life North America (note: unlike their ancestors, they are now about as smart as parrots and were domesticated by sapient sea lions to catch more fish that both domestic loons and sapient sea lions needed)

Terns, gannets, and relatives

  • Inca tern I (note: unlike native ones in South America, they were genetically engineered so they could tolerate cats, rats, and other bird-eating and egg-eating animals, and can now thrive in other suitable habitats, including human settlements, they also can now feed on not just anchovies, but also other fish species, small frogs, and small lizards, so their populations in all parts of mainland North America is actually increasing)
  • Darter I (in the rest of North America)
  • Gannet I (in the rest of North America)

Cranes and relatives

Storks and relatives

Mockingbirds

Honeyguides

Swallows and relatives

Swifts and relatives

(note: some species of swifts such as cave swiftlets, edible-nest swiftlet, and the black-nest swiftlets are now allowed to live in everyone's houses as they no longer defecate or urinate inside everyone's houses, apartments, etc, as the ones that so so aren't tolerated, and will instead only do it inside their nests and/or outside of any buildings)

Martins

Kookaburras and other kingfishers

Lyrebirds

Wrens and relatives

Old world warblers

Flycatchers and relatives

Bird-of-paradises

Babblers and relatives

Shrikes and relatives

Woodpeckers

Drongos

Gamebirds

  • Indian peafowl I (in most of USA, except Maine or other northern cold states)
  • Red junglefowl I (in Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, California, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida)
  • Grey junglefowl I (in Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, California, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida)
  • Spink I from the Future Is Wild documentary to real life North America
  • Chickenstein I (note: unlike their ancestors, they are not people in costumes and are not undead, instead they are living breathing birds, there are also now females of this species so they could continue to live on in real life North America, they are also not evil and also don't attack any sapient species/beings anymore, as any aggressive species aren't tolerated, instead, they only hunt non-sapient species and non-dylanus species, they also only hunt in order to survive)
  • Milking chicken I (note: it is a genetically-engineered relative of natural domestic chickens that produce milk like a mammal, a feature used from the DNA of domestic cattle, these chickens is also slightly larger than chickens and has longer legs and stronger legs, so they can run faster than chickens and can fly long distance and high like a crow, they are also farmed for the same reason as domestic chickens, but is also farmed for milk as well)

Bee-eaters

Rollers and hoopoes

Large non-passerine jungle/savannah birds

Hoatzins and relatives

Cuckoos and relatives

  • Ani I (in the entire North American continent)

Barbets

Broadbills

Pittas

Larks, wagtails, and thrushes

Bulbuls and relatives

Trogons and relatives

Galbulis

Pigeons and relatives

  • Mariana fruit dove I (note: unlike their ancestors from Marianas Islands, they were genetically engineered to tolerate any invasive predators [even brown tree snakes] and native American predators, so they will flourish in North America)
  • Passenger pigeon I (reintroduced, but was also introduced to the rest of North America)

Sparrows and relatives

Starlings and relatives

  • Nias hill myna I (note: unlike native ones in Sumatran islands, the invasive Nias hill mynas are thriving in North America and are adapting very well into human settlements)
  • Tick bird I from After Man Book series to real life North America

Parrots

  • All known species of conures I (in Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Colorado, California, Wyoming, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina)