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Mammals

Monotremes

  • American Platypus - A North American relative of a similar Australian platypus. It lives in almost all parts of North America.
  • New Zealand Platypus - A relative of a similar Australian platypus. It is one of New Zealand's only native land mammal to be known to science.
  • Asian Platypus - An Asian relative of a similar Australian platypus. It lives in almost all parts of Asia.
  • European Platypus - A European relative of a similar Australian platypus. It lives in almost all parts of Europe.
  • African Platypus - An African relative of a similar Australian platypus. It lives in almost all parts of Africa except deserts.
  • Platysaurus - This is the most Hadrosaur-like of all mammals. It is a large herbivore, about 30 feet long and weighing about a ton. It feeds on leaves, fruit, ferns, horsetails, and shrubs. It is indigenous to Asian areas, including India, Thailand, China, and Mongolia. It resembles a long-extinct hadrosaur, but with mammal fur and it has a rubbery bill like its relatives, platypuses.
  • Deinoplatysaur - While platysaurus is a herbivore, this animal is a carnivore. It resembles a long-extinct theropod, but with mammal fur, mammal earbones, and tiger-like teeth. It is the largest carnivorous mammal alive today, bigger than the long-extinct Andrewsarchus, about 35 feet long and weighing about 1-5 tons. It is indigenous to Asian areas including China, Mongolia, Thailand, and India. Its favorite prey items are elephants, platysauruses, rhinoceroses, large deer, and carrion, while young deinoplatysaurs feeds on insects, small fish, small frogs, small salamanders/newts, small birds, and smaller mammals.
  • Ankyloplatypus - This is the most Ankylosaurus-like of all species of mammals. Unlike Ankylosaurus however, it has fur, it has poisonous spurs on its hind limbs, and it is a slightly faster runner. It lives in parts of Asia, including Mongolia, China, Thailand, India, Cambodia, and Burma. It is a herbivore, feeding on grass, berries, leaves, and bulbs.

Marsupials

  • Dwarf Opossum - Relatives of Virginia Opossum that resembles the long-extinct alphadon, indigenous to California, Nevada, and other parts of the Western U.S.
  • Marsupial Hopping Mouse - A small marsupial that is similar to an Australia's placental hopping mouse, but has a pouch and lives in USA areas, including California.
  • American Wallaby - Despite its name, it is not an Australian wallaby, but a similar marsupial with a similar niche. It lives in the western parts of the U.S, including California. and is actually more closely related to the Virginia opossum.
  • Marsupial Dylanus - This marsupial resembles a placental dylanus, but it has a pouch like all marsupials, has about 3% less intelligence, has long hind limbs (so it walks bipedally more like a long-extinct Procoptodon than the true dylanus), and has claws for defending itself against predators. It is an omnivore, feeding on small mammals, small nonpoisonous reptiles, fish, insects, carrion, ,and berries, but unlike the true (placental) dylanus, it also feeds on leaves. It evolved from a same ancestors as koalas, but became fully-terrestrial, became human-like (except its hind limbs, intelligence, locomotion, claws, and pouch), became omnivores and not herbivores, and is both diurnal and nocturnal (not just nocturnal, unlike koalas). It lives in forests and grasslands of Australia.
  • Jack's Giant Wombat - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Diprotodon that survived and remained unchanged. It inhabits woodlands of Eastern, Southeastern, Southern, Central, Southwestern, and Western Australia. It is a herbivore, feeding on nothing but leaves, berries, and shrubs. It is the largest marsupial on earth, about the size of a small car.
  • Marsupial Hippo - Also known a Bunyip, it inhabits swamplands of Northeastern, Eastern, Southeastern, Central, and Southern Australia. Despite its myths, real bunyips are actually herbivores, feeding on grass, leaves, shrubs, roots, tuber, and berries. A reason why people fear bunyip is because these herbivores are aggressive much like African hippopotamuses, which share a similar kind of niche and aggression. Just like hippos, bunyips can swim very well and it resembles a hippo, but with waterproof fur, a pouch, and a more Diprotodon-like head. It is about the size of a sub-adult hippopotamus.
  • Marsupial Lion - Also known as Thylacoleo or Queensland tiger, it is the largest of carnivorous marsupials, about the size of a Jaguar. It is descended from Thylacoleos that survived and remained unchanged since the Pleistocene. It is known to hunt and feed on wallabies, kangaroos, common wombats, marsupial tapirs, marsupial pandas, flatnose giant wombats, bonycheek giant wombats, pignose giant wombats, young Jack's giant wombat, young marsupial hippos, introduced rodents, young demon ducks, lizards, and carrion. It is indigenous to woodlands, grasslands, and outbacks of Australia.
  • Thylacine - This is a really large species of modern carnivorous marsupial of Tasmania and Australia, similar in size to a large dog. It was on a verge to extinction, but was protected in 1931, while it was extinct in the wild in 1930, it was reintroduced back to the wild in 1943 and it was successful, and was introduced to mainland Australia in 1963, so it is no longer an endangered species. It is also known as the Tasmanian tiger because of its stripes on its back. Its favorite food are small wombats, mice, rats, feral cats, wallabies, kangaroos, young jack's giant wombats, demon ducks, small lizards, and other small land animals. It lives in Tasmania and Australian areas including Eastern, Southeastern, Central, and Southern Australia.
  • Marsupial Tapir - This animal evolved from a prehistoric palorchestes that survived and remained unchanged. It lives in Northwestern, Northern, Northeastern, Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Australia. It is a herbivore, feeding on leaves, berries, ferns, and shrubs. It is the 3rd largest marsupial alive today, about the size of a large horse.
  • Marsupial Panda - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Hulitherium that survived and remained unchanged. It is a herbivore, feeding on bamboo indigenous to its area. It is about 3 feet tall and almost about 6 feet long, weighing about 175-20 pounds. It lives in New Guinea, Tasmania, and Australian areas including Western, Northwestern, Northern, Northeastern, Eastern, Central, and Southeastern Australia.
  • Flatnose Giant Wombat - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Zygomaturus that survived and remained unchanged. It inhabits Eastern, Southeastern, Southern, Central, Southwestern, and Western Australia. It is a herbivore, feeding on leaves, berries, and shrubs. It is the 2nd largest marsupial alive today, about 4.9 feet tall, 8.2 feet long, and weighing about 1100 pounds.
  • Bonycheek Giant Wombat - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Euryzygoma that survived and remained mostly unchanged. It inhabits Eastern, Southeastern, Southern, Central, and Southwestern Australia. It is a herbivore, feeding on grass, leaves, shrubs, ferns, and berries. It is about 4.2 feet tall and 6.5 feet long, weighing about 700 pounds.
  • Pignosed Giant Wombat - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Nototherium that survived and remained mostly unchanged. It is a herbivore that feeds on grass, leaves, shrubs, ferns, horsetails, and fruit. It lives in Eastern, Southeastern, Southern, Southwestern, Western, Northwestern, Northern, Northeastern, and Central Australia. It is about 3.2 feet tall and 5.9 feet long, weighing about 530 pounds.
  • Marsupial Otter - Also known as the Water Demon, it is the most aggressive small marsupial of Australia, slightly more aggressive and more dangerous than Tasmanian devils. It is similar to the American river otter, but with a pouch, Tasmanian devil-like head with small ears, and a more carnivorous diet. It is a close relative of quolls and Tasmanian devils. It feeds on insects, eggs, fish, small nonpoisonous frogs, small reptiles, carrion, and small mammals. It lives in swamplands of Eastern, Southeastern, Central, Southern, and Southwestern Australia. It is about the size of a dachshund dog.

Placentals

  • North American Lemur - These primates are the last primitive group of primates that are indigenous to North America. There are about 2,500 species of North American lemurs, with some species that can survive in human cities, towns, urban, and suburb areas.
  • North American Monkey - These primates are animals that evolved from old world monkeys that migrated from Asia to North America about 28 million years ago. There are about 3,800 species of this group of monkeys, with some species adapting to human environments, including cities, towns, urban, and suburb areas.
  • Elecman.EXE - This is the most advanced primate on earth, almost as advanced as maverick hunters, smarter than the closely-related human. It resembles Elecman.EXE character from Megaman Battle Network in shape, appearance, abilities/powers, voices (in males), and coloration. The fully-grown Elecman.EXE can be about 10 feet 10 inches tall. They were indigenous only to Asian rainforests, but were introduced worldwide (except Antarctica) as part of a pet trade, but they became a problem to native dylanuses and other species worldwide and killed more than 2,000 kinds of animals to extinction (example; 3 dylanuses now extinct: Australian dylanus, Madagascar dwarf dylanus, and British dylanus). Elecman.EXEs evolved from a same ancestors as humans, but became taller, stronger, smarter, and developed an ability to be immune to electricity and an ability to use electricity. They have their own culture, tech, etc. that involves electricity, their history with humans, what they hunt, etc. They are omnivores, feeding on the same food as humans. They are greater masters of domestication than their relatives (including humans), having domesticated thylacines (pets), dholes (pets) wounders (pets), jaguars (pets), dylanus (dylanus dylanus(pets)), northern llamas (livestock), zebras (livestock), mokele-mbembes (livestock), sauropod-like anteaters (livestock), tricerhinoceroses (livestock), mesorons (livestock), weseras (livestock), flatnose giant wombats (livestock), pignosed giant wombats (livestock), Jack's giant wombats (livestock), and Madagascar giant dylanus (livestock).
  • European Elephant - This is the only species of elephant indigenous to Europe. It is descended from a surviving group of stegodonts that are now smaller, about the size of an Asian elephant. These animals dominate the warm forests of Europe.
  • American Elephant - This is the last species of native American elephants. It is descended from a group of primitive gompotheres. It resembles an Asian elephant, but with an African elephant-like tusks, skin, and its lower jaw still has two extra tusks like its ancestors. It is about two times bigger than the African white rhinoceros. This species prefers the dry parts of the USA, including southern California, Nevada, etc.
  • Northern Llama - This animal species is the only native North American camelid of modern times. It is the most adaptable of large animals of North America, adapting in areas such as the deserts of California and Nevada, to grasslands of the great plains, and swamps of Florida. It resembles a guanaco of South America, but are about the size of a large domestic llama.
  • North American Tapir - This is the only species of tapir indigenous to North America. This tapir species is also the most adaptable of all tapirs, living from Californian deserts, to grasslands of Colorado, to swamps of Florida (with some surviving in human villages, urban, suburbs, cities, and towns in North America) and it is the only species of tapir that is not endangered (This tapir species status is: Lower Risk).
  • European Tapir - Most tapirs live outside Europe, but this species is the only tapir indigenous to Europe. It is the smallest of modern tapir species, about the size of a medium-size potbellied pig. Just like North American tapirs, European tapirs are not endangered (This tapir species status: Lower Risk) and it can survive in urban, suburbs , cities, and towns as much as their natural habitats including forests and swamps of Europe.
  • African Tapir - This is the only African species of tapir alive today. It is similar in size to a Brazilian tapir. It can survived survive in cities, towns, urban, and suburbs as much as in savannahs, swamps, and rainforests. Just like North American tapirs and European tapirs, this tapir species is not endangered (This tapir species status: Lower Risk).
  • American Common Dylanus - This is one of the most man-like of all animal species, with males resembling a European human male (but without beard and mustache, their skins don't wrinkle as they age, their hair doesn't turn white as they age, and non are bald) and females resembling female European humans (but their skin doesn't wrinkle as they age and their hair doesn't turn white as they age) in size, appearance, niche, diet, etc. Unlike humans however, there are no dylanuses that are obese or fat because their immune system, liver, and spleen help prevents obesity from being developed in dylanuses. This species lives in warm waters (much like Japanese macaques), forests, grasslands, cities, towns, urban, and suburbs parts of North America. The dylanus is immune to the burning waters it lives in, so it lives there, along with some water bugs, fish, newts, turtles, lizards, rodents, and otters, that developed a protective skin against the heat of this kind of warm water, called heatwater. If extinction events do happen the dylanus can go to the bottom of each lake and river with this type of water have air holes that goes 500-600 meters, providing oxygen for dylanus for next-generation dylanuses, so dylanuses could survive future extinctions. It is the least fastest dylanus species, running an average speed only about 15 miles per hour. This species of dylanus can escape from predators by going into warm waters where most predators, such as bears, wolves, cougars, and killer dylanus, can't follow. Despite its man-like appearance, it is actually a relative of meerkats, fossas, binturongs, civets, hyenas, and mongooses, making them not humans, but mongoose/carnivore-grouped mammals with a similar niche, but have slightly less intelligence, not much culture or tech, etc. This species of dylanus feeds on fruit, nonpoisonous mushrooms, insects, fish, lizards, bird eggs, small mammals, carrion, garbage, and man-made food. They can be friends to many humans, since it is the most peaceful and gentle of all dylanuses and land animals, with no recorded attacks on humans. Because of this, they make good pets and were domesticated about 4,000 years ago. They are the first known animals (other than humans) that can speak clearly and in complete sentences. They are also the first non-human animals to understand what the words they say or look up means. Its scientific name is Dylanus Dylanus.
  • American Killer Dylanus - Also known as the WolfDylanus or WereDylanus, this species of dylanus is different from its neighbors (American common dylanus, Florida running dylanus, etc.), resembling a fictional werewolf character, Wolfman (2010 version), in size, ears, teeth, claws, hairy body, wide Neanderthal-like nose to help warm up the air they breathe, leg posture and locomotion, how fast it can run, and its almost-carnivorous diet. It is also the most primitive of modern dylanuses, similar to its ancestors of 5 million years ago (other than it is cannibalistic and is slightly larger). Unlike other dylanus species, it is a cannibalistic omnivore, occasionally killing other dylanus species and sometimes its own species (whereas most other dylanus species are gentle and peaceful to their own kind and other animals). It feeds on fish, lizards, small mammals, deer, goat, wild boars, dylanus species (including its own kind), and sometimes humans, but the only non-meat food item it eats are fruit (but 95% of its diet is meat and only 5% of its diet are plants). It is indigenous to forests and grasslands of North America. Its scientific name is Dylanus Edwienus.
  • Florida Running Dylanus - This is one of the fastest dylanus on the planet, running in speeds up to about 35-40 miles per hour. It is also the world's only nocturnal dylanus species, active from dusk until dawn. It resembles an American common dylanus, but with a leg design like a Dylanus Edwienus to run at high speeds, slightly larger eyes, slightly smaller bodies, and a lighter weight bones. It feeds on fruit, insects, fish, frogs, lizards, nonpoisonous snakes, bird eggs, and small mammals. It lives in swamps and forests of Florida, hence its name, its scientific name is Dylanus Floridanus.
  • Asian Dylanus - This species of dylanus might have been the first dylanus species to step foot outside North America, possibly about 3 million years ago. It resembles an American common dylanus, but with leg design more like a Dylanus Edwienus, to run fast to escape from most predators. It lives in China, Mongolia, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, and India, with populations of dwarf species in Japan, Borneo, and Sumatra. It feeds on fruit, insects, fish, lizards, eggs, carrion, and small mammals. Its scientific name is Dylanus Asiaticus.
  • African Dylanus - This species of dylanus is indigenous to savannahs of Africa. It resembles an American common dylanus, but with fat-storing lumps on its back to be used as food in case of likely droughts, Dylanus Edwienus-like legs to escape from most predators (including lions, Mandi bears, wolves, hyenas, African wild dogs, and jackals (except cheetahs), and bumps on its cheeks (only found in males) to attract its mate. It feeds on fruit, insects, fish, lizards, bird eggs, carrion, and small mammals. Its scientific name is Dylanus Robumy.
  • Madagascar Giant Dylanus - It is one of the largest dylanus species and the largest bipedal animal on the planet since the theropod dinosaurs, between 14-16 feet tall and weighing about 2,000-2,500 pounds. It is also the most aggressive animals on the planet, being more dangerous than hippopotamuses, having the ability to problem-solve (open doors, pick up and throw boulders about 350 pounds, pick up and throw people [if provoked], and attack by crush with fists and by biting), but only found in males of that species, usually in males that has a high amount of testosterone, ready for mating. Madagascar giant dylanus are the most herbivorous of all dylanus, being known to feed on fruit on many kinds of Indigenous trees of its native reign (it is 100% herbivorous). It lives in woodlands and grasslands of Madagascar. Its scientific name is Dylanus Gigantecus.
  • New Zealand Giant Dylanus - This species of dylanus is indigenous to both South island and North island of New Zealand. It is the second largest dylanus species on earth, about 9-11 feet tall and about 1,200-1,450 pounds. It's ancestors probably migrated from Asia into Australia and then rafted to New Zealand and started to grow larger and became more herbivorous. It feeds on fruit, insects, fish, and small mammals (it is 85% herbivorous and 15% carnivorous). Its scientific name is Dylanus Zealandii.
  • European Dylanus - This dylanus species is indigenous to forests and grasslands of Europe. It resembles an American common dylanus, but with a Dylanus Edwienus-like legs to escape from most predators, wide noses to help warm up the air they breathe, and slightly larger eyes for living in both day and night. It feeds on fruit, insects, fish, frogs, lizards, nonpoisonous snakes, bird eggs, carrion, and small mammals. Its scientific name is Dylanus Europeanensus.
  • Bass.EXE - Hence its name, it resembles a video game (and anime) character with a same name in shape, appearance, color, voice (males only), darkness powers, hovering ability, and intelligence. It is one of the smartest species on the planet (smarter than humans), along with Elecman.EXEs and maverick hunters. They evolved from a same ancestors as dylanuses and maverick hunters, lion-sized, meerkat-like omnivorous mammals closely related to modern mongooses that lived about 16 million years ago. They evolved the ability to make and use darkness about 1.2 million years ago, derived from a poisonous flower called darkwater ivy, formerly deadly to be eaten by Bass.EXEs, but Bass.EXEs became immune to this flower and since this flower has voidan pollen in the flower, it allowed the ancestors of Bass.EXEs to developed the ability to make and use darkness. They have their own tech, culture, etc. that are more advanced than humans. They live all over the world, except Antarctica. Just like maverick hunters, they are masters of animal domestication, having domesticated their own animals, including some bat species (pets), dylanuses (dylanus dylanus(pets)), snakes (pets), foxes, (pets), peccaries (livestock), gaurs (livestock), fallow deer (livestock), giant ground squirrels (livestock), and American giant pandas (livestock). They are omnivores, feeding on the same food as humans, but they also like to drink blood like a mythical vampire, even though they also like to drink water. It can grow to about the size of a human.
  • Protoman - It is the most advanced species of Earth (along with Bass.EXEs, maverick hunters, and Elecman.EXEs), smarter than humans. It evolved from a same ancestors as maverick hunters, evolved from a group of prehistoric dylanuses that evolved larger amount of intelligence, armor on parts of their body, etc. It resembles a Megaman character with a same name. There are 2 species, with one resembling Protoman from Megaman classic series in shape, appearance, coloration, voice (males only), scarf-like material around their necks, etc. and the other resembling Protoman.EXE from Megaman Battle Network series in shape, appearance, coloration, voice (males only), etc. They have their own culture, tech, etc. that are more advanced than humans. They live all over the world, except Antarctica. They are omnivores, feeding on the same food as humans. Since they're masters of animal domestication, they have domesticated marsupial lions (pets), wallabies (pets), otters (pets), dylanuses (dylanus dylanus(pets)), bonycheek giant wombat (livestock), New Zealand giant dylanuses (livestock), elands (livestock), blackbucks (livestock), pronghorns (livestock), and Guinea fowls (livestock). They are about the size of a human.
  • Maverick Hunter - Hence its name, it is one of the only species of vertebrate to resemble a video game character (along with Elecman.EXE and Bass.EXE), with this species resembling maverick hunters from Megaman X series. It is the most advanced species on the planet, about 5% smarter than humans, can build 8% more advanced tech than humans, have much more advanced culture, etc. leaving humans as the second most advanced species on the planet. Male maverick hunters can resemble Megaman X, Zero, Axl, Gate, Lumine, Middy, Techno, Green Biker Reploid, and even Dynamo, with females resembling Alia, Layer, Cinnamon, and Iris. Their direct ancestors are a group of prehistoric dylanuses of North America that increased intelligence, evolved armored parts of the body, etc. about 2 million years ago. Maverick hunters are good friends with humans and rule earth along with humans. They are omnivores, feeding on the same food as what humans eat. They live in all continents, except Antarctica. Since they're smarter than humans, they can go to school ago about 11 months old and finish school at 3 years old with no problem, and start college at the same age and finish college at 4 years old, and they could get their own job earlier than humans. Maverick hunters seem to learn and solve problems 68% faster than humans, even newborn maverick hunters are ready to learn. Just like humans, maverick hunters have domesticated their own animals, but are great masters of domesticating animals, even animals that humans can't tame, including tapirs (livestock), African buffaloes (livestock), warthogs (livestock), black rhinoceros (livestock), mule deer (livestock), Thomson's gazelle (livestock), bongos (livestock), sable antelopes (livestock), cassowaries (livestock), flamingos (livestock), Madagascar giant dylanuses (livestock), black bears (pets), lemurs (pets), African leopards (pets), sounders (pets), spotted hyenas (pets), meerkats (pets), and dylanuses (dylanus dylanus(pets)). Unlike humans, all maverick hunters prefer to protect many plants and animals species and save them from extinction, so there are no such thing as maverick hunter poachers, smugglers, etc, even from the beginning of human civilization.
  • Florida Grizzly Bear - This is the smallest species of grizzly bear of North America. It resembles a cross between a now-extinct Mexican brown bear and a long-extinct short-faced bear. It is endangered because of its recourse, giant salmon, are being over hunted by illegal fisherman. But it also feeds on small deer, young alligators, black bears, wild boars, berries, and smaller fish.
  • Wolfman - Despite resembling a mythical werewolf in size, appearance, and locomotion, it is actually a carnivorous mammal indigenous to Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Indiana, Tennessee, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and California, but were also introduced to Europe (including England) by humans, where these carnivorous mammals are terrorizing people. It does not transform people into wolfmen by biting people, that's only a myth, real wolfmen actually reproduce by giving birth to about 4-7 pups in one gestation period. Real wolfmen are not allergic to silver, and are not immortal since the person who described them in myths made it up, they are, however, super strong carnivores that weigh about 700 pounds and can pick up objects about more than 400 pounds, and can stand over 7 feet tall. This animal can walk fully on its hind legs, giving it an anthropomorphic appearance. It can kill its prey, including deer, goat, young/old/sick bison, rabbits, giant ground squirrels, capybaras, mesorons, pandas, tapirs, wild boars, pig-hippos, false bears, RatDog, weseras, llamas, lemurs, and monkeys, using its sharp teeth in its snout and razor sharp claws on its hands. Just like its relatives, gray wolves, it communicates with a growl, snarl, hiss, grumble, and a howl (even though its howl is more bloodcurdling than gray wolves).
  • American Rhinoceros - This animal evolved from a prehistoric woolly rhinoceros that migrated to North America. It is similar to its ancestors in niche, appearance, size, and its diet.  It lives in the grasslands of Alaska and Northern Canada. Unlike most other rhinoceros species, this species of rhinoceros is not endangered.
  • Nandi Bear - Despite its name, it is actually a giant carnivorous hyena species. It is the largest carnivorous mammal of Africa, about the size of a average size polar bear, and is the largest species of hyena on the planet. One reason why people think its a bear is because it is huge and looks like a bear, but don't be fooled by this, just like other hyena species, it has a hunchback area on its upper back. It lives in many savannahs in eastern Africa. Its favorite prey items are young hippos, large-sized antelopes, medium-sized antelopes, deer, ostriches, tapirs, zebras, horses, and other herbivores.
  • African Wild Horse - While there are Asian species of wild horse, AKA Mongolian wild horses, there is also an African species which resembles an American mustang, but is not domestic nor feral, so it only comes in one color, brownish body color and black colored manes and tails. It is a common horse species found in Africa and some African wild horses can migrate with wildebeests and zebras. Its favorite food it likes to eat is grass like all modern horses. It is indigenous to savannahs of eastern Africa.
  • African Gray Wolf - This subspecies of gray wolf is the Africa's only gray wolf subspecies ever found. It is indigenous to savannahs and temperate forests of Africa, hunting deer, antelopes, sick/weak buffaloes, horses, zebras, warthogs, red river hogs, hyraxes, rabbits, monkeys, apes (including chimps and gorillas), and other herbivores. It is similar to an Indian gray wolf, but with a slightly longer tail and shorter fur, since Africa is literally a hot place to live in.
  • African Fallow Deer - This deer is indigenous to forests, rainforests, and savannahs of Africa. It resembles a European fallow deer (its relative), but with more spots on its body and with smaller antlers due to competition with antelopes. It feeds on grass, leaves, and berries indigenous to Africa. It is a food source for, lions, wolves, hyenas, african wild dogs, jackals, nandi bears, and other predators.
  • American Water Buffalo - This species of buffalo is indigenous to Southeastern parts of the USA, including Florida. It resembles a wild Asian water buffalo, but with slightly larger/longer horns, stronger necks to carry this weight, and a larger and stronger body. It feeds on grass, leaves, and berries.
  • American Prairie Buffalo - This species of buffalo is indigenous to prairies, woodlands, and grasslands parts of the USA (including California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington) and Canada. It resembles a cape buffalo, but with a slightly thicker fur to survive the cold winters. It feeds on grass. It lives and migrates alongside bison.
  • Giant Sauropod-Like Anteater - This is one of the most dinosaur-like of all mammals. It resembles the long-extinct sauropod dinosaur, but with mammal fur and teeth. It actually evolved from a prehistoric anteater species. It has a snout unlike other anteater species (being more giraffe-like), so it not just feeds on ants and termites, it feeds on leaves and fruit as well. It lives in forests of western parts of U.S. It is the largest land mammal alive today, about 2 tons bigger than an African elephant. Unlike all other anteater species, this is a social animal, living in herds up to about 95 members in a single group.
  • Giant Ground Squirrel - This is the largest squirrel species on Earth, about the size of a small cougar. It resembles the long-extinct Thylacoleo, but it is a placental mammal and not a marsupial, and it is herbivorous, feeding on grass, seeds, nuts, roots, and tuber. It lives in western parts of U.S., including California.
  • Mokele-mbembe - This is a largest species of pangolin on earth, about twice the weight of a white rhinoceros. It might look like a surviving sauropod dinosaur, but people most likely mistaken a large mammal for a reptile thought to be extinct in the mesozoic, and not just that, it has fur like all mammals, gives birth to live young, it has scaly like like other pangolins, and it has mammalian teeth. It feeds on insects, leaves, and fruit. It is indigenous to rainforests of central Africa and western Africa. One reason why they feel threatened by hippos is because hippos are the most dangerous mammals of Africa and can sometimes kill young Mokele-mbembes, so Mokele-mbembes protect their kind from dangerous animals, including hippos.
  • Tricerhinoceros - Also known as Emela-ntouka by native people of central Africa, this is the largest of modern rhinoceroses, almost similar in size to an African elephant (though the Indricotherium was much bigger than the largest land mammal alive today, sauropd-like anteaters). Many people thought it was a surviving horned dinosaur because of its horn on its snout and a long, reptilian-like tail, but to their surprise, when scientists tested their DNA, it's confirmed they're actually rhinoceros species. Unlike the long-extinct horned dinosaurs, it doesn't have a frill nor a beak (but rather a mouth like all rhinoceros species), its ability to give birth to live young, and it is semiaquatic. Just like some African rhinoceros species, Tricerhinoceros can protect its territory from elephants.
  • Northern Capybara - This is the largest species of modern rodents, about the size of a Malayan tapir. It resembles the South American capybara, but is more specialized to life on land as equally as in water. It lives in western parts of U.S., including California, and in eastern parts of U.S., including Florida.
  • American Giant Panda - This animal species evolved from the same ancestors as Asian giant pandas. It is similar to an Asian giant panda, but is slightly darker in color and its diet is not restricted to bamboo, it also feeds on grass, leaves, and berries. It lives in Western USA areas, including California, and Eastern USA areas, including Florida.
  • Western Mesoron - This is one of the last chalicothere species, evolving from a prehistoric Ancylotherium that survived and remained unchanged. It lives in western parts of the USA. It feeds on shrubs, leaves, and berries.
  • Asian Mesoron - This is one of the last chalicothere species, evolving from a prehistoric Ancylotherium that survived and remained unchanged. It lives in China, Mongolia, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Borneo, and Sumatra. It feeds on shrubs, leaves, berries, and ferns. 
  • African Mesoron - This is one of the last chalicothere species, evolving from a prehistoric Ancylotherium that survived and remained unchanged. It lives in Eastern Africa areas including, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, South Africa, and other parts of Eastern Africa. It feeds on leaves and shrubs.
  • European Mesoron - This is one of the last chalicothere species, evolving from a prehistoric Ancylotherium that survived and remained unchanged. It lives in France, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, and Portugal. It feeds on leaves, shrubs, berries, and unlike other modern chalicotheres, it also feeds on insects and carrion, making this chalicothere species the only known omnivorous hoofed mammals, other than pigs.
  • Pig-Hippo - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Gobiatherium (a long-extinct pantodont, group of mostly herbivorous mammals that first evolved in the Palaeocene period) that survived and remained mostly unchanged. Its ancestors migrated from Aisa to North America to find suitable habitats in order to survive and flourish. It is similar to its ancestors and it has a similar niche to an African hippopotamus, but unlike hippopotamus, it is not aggressive, but a gentle and peaceful herbivore. It feeds on grass, shrubs, leaves, and berries. It lives in southeastern U.S. areas, including Florida.
  • False Bear - This animal is not a bear at all, but a species of modern day pantodont descended from a prehistoric Titanoides (a large, bear-like herbivorous mammal) that survived and remained unchanged. It is a peaceful and gentle animal, unlike true bears, about as peaceful as the aquatic manatee, feeding on nothing but leaves, shrubs, and berries. It lives in Western USA areas, including California.
  • Californian River Dolphin - This species of river dolphin is the only known indigenous North American river dolphin, found in rivers and lakes of California, Nevada, Arizona, and Oregon. It resembles a hybrid between an Amazon river dolphin and the Indian river dolphin. It feeds on trout, salmon, perch, introduced Asian carp, bass species, and other indigenous fish species. It is about as smart as a bottlenose dolphin, as it evolved from a same ancestor.
  • Brush-Tailed Wesera - This animal evolved from a prehistoric Stylinodon (a large, pig/leopard sized herbivore part of a taeniodont family) that survived and remained mostly nchanged. It feeds on grass, roots, tuber, and bulbs indigenous to its area. It lives in deserts and scrublands of California, Nevada, Arizona,  New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico.
  • RatDog - This animal is descended from a prehistoric Psittacotherium (A large, dog-size, mongoose-like herbivorous mammal) that survived and remained mostly unchanged. It feeds on grass, roots, tuber, bulbs, and shoots that are indigenous to its area. It lives in savannahs, scrublands, and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Colorado, and Mexico.

Birds

  • North American Ostrich - Despite its name, it is actually a large species of rhea that can survive in most habitats such as the deserts of California and grasslands of Colorado (except tundra). It is the largest bird of the Americas and the species of rhea, about the size of the sub-adult African ostrich. It is the only species of rhea native to North America.
  • American Lyrebird - It is a North American relative of an Australian lyrebirds. It is almost similar to an Australian lyrebird, other than it can survive in all human settlements. It lives in almost all parts of North America, except the tundra parts of North America.
  • Common Ibis - It is the only species of ibis that can survive in human settlements, including cities, towns, urban areas, and suburbs. It resembles a hybrid between a scarlet ibis and the American white ibis. It is also indigenous to North American forests and swamps.
  • Rural Spoonbill - It is one of the only species of spoonbill to survive in many human settlements. It resembles a hybrid between an African spoonbill and a roseate spoonbill. It is also indigenous to North American forests and swamps.
  • Common Flamingo - It is the only species of flamingo to survive in many human settlements. It resembles a hybrid between a greater flamingo and the American flamingo. It is also indigenous to North American forests and swamps.
  • American Common Whistling Duck - It is the only species of whistling duck that can survive in all human settlements. There are more than 1,600 species of American common whistling ducks, ranging from white-faced whistling duck-like species to Indian whistling duck-like species. They are also indigenous to North American forests and swamps.
  • African Giant Condor - It is one of the largest flying bird species on earth, about the same size as the long-extinct argentavis, having a wingspan up to about 25 feet. It is a scavenger (feeding only on large dead animals including carcasses of elephants, rhinos, hippos, antelopes, buffaloes, etc.) and is not a predator, so there has never been a record of an African giant condor attacking and killing people, so they are safe to be around. They are found in the mountains, grasslands, savannahs, and scrublands of Africa. Because of their huge size, they are immune to all kinds of lead poison (unlike any other vultures and condors) that humans use when human hunters shoot animals. Their ancestors might have been a prehistoric relative of Andean condors of 25 million years ago that flew from South America to Africa when Africa and South America was closer to each other than today, allowing the condors to fly into Africa safely. They resemble a hybrid between two of their relatives, an Andean condor and a California condor, but are much bigger.
  • Giant Crow - It is the largest crow species on earth, about the size of an endangered California condor. It is an omnivore much like its smaller relatives, common ravens and American crows. Just like American crows, they adapt really well with humans and can survive in all human settlements. They are also indigenous to North American forests, grasslands, swamps, and scrublands.
  • Giant Raven - It is the largest species of bird in the crow family on earth and the largest flying bird of North America, about the size of an Andean condor. Just like its smaller relatives, common ravens and American crows, it is an omnivore. Just like American crows, giant ravens adapt really well with humans and can survive in all human settlements. They are also indigenous to North American forests, grasslands, swamps, scrublands, and deserts.
  • Darwin's Coot - It is a species of coot that can survive in all human settlements. It resembles a hybrid between an American coot and a Hawaiian coot. It is also indigenous to North American forests and swamps.
  • American Dodo - Despite its name, it is not an extinct dodo species at all, but a close relative of one. It resembles a hybrid between an extinct dodo and an extinct rodrigues solitaire. It can live in forests, grasslands, and swamps of North America.
  • Tyrant Pelican - It is the only species of pelican that can survive inland much like seagulls. This pelican species have two things that other pelican species don't have, ability to eat food other than fish and the ability to live in areas where inland seagulls live in. It resembles a brown pelican, but is it bigger, about 100 pounds bigger than other species of pelican.
  • Darwin's Protobird - This is one of the most primitive birds of modern times. It evolved from the prehistoric Alexornis that survived extinction and remained unchanged. Its favorite food are small flying insects. It lives everywhere in the USA from California to Florida. It has no fear of humans.
  • Raptor Protobird - This is one of the most primitive birds of modern times. It evolved from the prehistoric Avisaurus that survived extinction and remained unchanged. It feeds on small mammals, small reptiles, frogs, fish, and insects. It lives in the western USA areas, including California. It has no fear of humans.
  • Common Protobird - This is one of the most primitive of birds in modern times. It evolved from a prehistoric Longipteryx that survived extinction and remained unchanged. It lives in Asia, where it fed on fish and insects, but where introduced to North America by humans. It has no fear of humans.
  • Least Protobird - This is one of the most primitive of birds in modern times. It evolved from a prehistoric Gobipteryx that survived extinction and remained unchanged. It lives in Asia where it hunts different species of small insects. It has no fear of humans.
  • Rarity Protobird - This is one of the most primitive of birds in modern times. It evolved from the prehistoric Sinornis that survived extinction and remained unchanged. It lives in Africa, where it feeds on small insects, but was introduced to North America by humans. It is named because in 1920's, this bird was rare and was on the verge of extinction due to overhunting by humans for its feathers, but since it was saved from extinction, its population recovered and is no longer endangered. Ever since its population recovered, it is no longer scared of humans.
  • Clown Protobird - This is one of the most primitive of birds in modern times. It evolved from Liaoxiornis that survived extinction and remained unchanged. It lives in China, where it feeds on small flying insects, but this species was introduced to North America by humans. Just like all other protobirds, it has no fear of humans. It is named because of its feather coloration, which depends on different birds of a same species, males can be Yellow-Orange-Red, Orange-Red-Pink, Red-Pink-Purple, Pink-Purple-Blue, Purple-Blue-Green, Blue-Green-Yellow, and Green-Yellow-Orange, while females on the other hand are always brown or gray.
  • Demon Duck - This species of bird evolved from a prehistoric Genyornis that survived and remained mostly unchanged since the Pleistocene. It is named because it can sometimes get aggressive to humans and other animals in its area if it has high amount of testosterone in its body. Unlike its ancestors, It is usually a herbivore that feeds mostly on fruit, nuts, leaves, and shrubs, but also feeds on insects, fish, and carrion to supplement its diet. It is indigenous to Australian outbacks. It is the world's largest species of modern day bird of Pacific islands, about 420 pounds, almost 200 pounds bigger than an African ostrich, but the extinct moa was much bigger than a modern Genyornis or demon duck.
  • Elephant Bird - It is the largest bird on earth alive today, about 10-12 feet tall and 900-1,200 pounds (but it is dwarfed by a larger extinct moa). It was on the brink of extinction in the 1600's due to habitat loss and overhunting, but was protected by humans because the elephant birds are important to the native people and the wildlife of Madagascar. It is a large herbivore that feeds on leaves, shrubs, and berries. It is indigenous to Madagascar's rainforests, forests, and swamps.
  • Jack's Giant Parrot - Despite its name, it is not a parrot. It is actually a modern descendant of Gastornis that survived to modern times and remained unchanged. It is a herbivore, like its ancestors, feeding on large fruit and nuts. It is indigenous to North American areas, including forests ranging from California to Colorado, and swamps ranging from Mississippi to Florida.
  • Fish Turkey - Despite its name, it is not a fish nor turkey, but a descendant of ichthyornis that survived extinction of most non-avian dinosaurs (other than troodons) and became terrestrial and larger, Gastornis-like birds with a crocodile snout-like beak full of sharp teeth for catching fish (including ones washed up on shores). It lives in western U.S. areas, including California. It is about two times bigger than an Australian emu, making it the fifth largest modern bird, only after Jack's Giant Parrot, North American Rhea, an African Ostrich, a Demon Duck, and an Elephant Bird.

Reptiles

  • Western Alligator - Western alligators are one of the only species of crocodilians indigenous to Western USA areas, including California. It resembles a Florida alligator, but is slightly browner in color and is about the size of a Nile crocodile.
  • Californian Crocodile - This is one of the only indigenous Western USA crocodilians, along with Western alligators. It resembles a Nile crocodile, but is browner in color and is about the size of a sub-adult saltwater crocodile.
  • California Iguana - These lizards spend more time in grasslands, forests, and deserts than any other iguana species. It resembles a marine iguana, but is not specialized in ocean, prefers feeding on insects, fruits, and leaves, rather than marine algae, and are brownish-green in color.
  • Western Wounder - It is one of the last dinosaur species, evolving from Troodon that remained unchanged. Its favorite food it likes to hunt are wild boars, bison, deer, northern llamas, tapirs, American ostriches, and occasionally feral dogs and cats, but also likes to eat small mammals, reptiles, frogs, fish, insects, berries, and leaves. It lives in Western USA areas, including California.
  • Eastern Wounder - This species is also one of the last dinosaur species, and it also evolved from Troodon that remained unchanged since the Cretaceous. It feeds on similar food to its western relative. It lives in eastern parts of USA, including Florida.
  • Dwarf Wounder - It is one of the last dinosaur species, evolving from Troodon that remained unchanged, other than it shrank to about the size of a chicken. It feeds on small mammals, small birds, small reptiles, frogs, fish, and insects. It lives in grasslands and woodlands of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Kansas, but were introduced to Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California.
  • Marine Sealsnake - Plesiosaurs, such as Elasmosaurus, are the only marine reptiles, other than sea turtles, to survive the K-T extinction event. Marine sealsnakes are descended from a group of Elasmosaurids that survived and remained mostly unchanged. There are about 248 known species of marine sealsnakes around the world's oceans, living alongside whales, dolphins, seals, sea lions, manatees, modern-styled sea turtles, modern sharks, and other marine life. Many marine sealsnake species feed on fish, squid, and crustaceans.
  • River Sealsnake - River sealsnakes evolved from a same ancestors as marine sealsnakes, Elasmosaurids. Unlike marine sealsnakes however, many species of river sealsnakes are adapted to rivers and lakes in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia, and are responsible for sightings of cryptids such as loch ness monsters, ogopogos, etc. River sealsnake species can feed on fish, crustaceans, small amphibians, smaller reptiles, birds, and small mammals (including pets). They are similar to their ancestors, other than their brownish coloration and their ability to tolerate freshwater.
  • Runner Lizard - This is a species of descendant of a prehistoric lizard of 55 million years ago that evolved to run on its hind limbs and first started out as eupakeria-like animals, but later became theropod-like. It resembles a long-extinct dinosaur, Eoraptor, but without feathers. It feeds on eggs, insects, fish, small lizards, small birds, carrion, and small mammals. It is a small reptile, with different species ranging from about 1 feet long and 10 pounds to about 3 feet long and 30 pounds. Their are about 4,250 species in this group of reptiles and all of them are indigenous only to Asia, but about 16 species were introduced to North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Australia by humans and all 16 species adapted to their new environment and thrived. Many species of runner lizards can survive in cities, towns, urban, and suburbs.

Amphibians

  • Northern Goliath Frog - It is the largest North American frog ever discovered. It lives in southeastern U.S. areas, including Florida. It resembles its South American cousin, Southern Goliath Frog, but is cold-tolerant and is slightly browner in color.
  • American Giant Salamander - This is the largest amphibians in the world, bigger than the Japanese giant salamander and the Chinese giant salamander. It resembles a cross between a Japanese giant salamander and a long-extinct koolasuchus, but is darker in color and is bigger, between 7 and 10 feet long. They live in southern USA areas, including Florida. It is known to hunt young Florida alligators, but more often, it feeds on small fish, smaller amphibians, small reptiles, and small mammals (including rats, mice, etc., and sometimes pets).
  • Jack's Giant Newt - This is the world's largest species of newt, about the size of a sub-adult Japanese giant salamander. It resembles a terrestrial juvenile Eastern newt, but has a slightly builkier body and a slightly larger head. Unlike all other amphibians, this amphibian species now has that ability to lay hard-shelled eggs much like reptiles and birds, allowing this amphibian species to survive on land without ever going back to the water, not even to keep its skin moist, because its skin is no longer thin for an amphibian. Its favorite food are insects, fish, smaller amphibians, small reptiles, and small mammals. It is indigenous to Western USA areas, including California. Unlike other amphibian species, it does not have a tadpole stage, since it no longer lives in water.
  • Knob-Skinned Western Newt - There are about 3,950 known species of newts in this family, all of which are indigenous to California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, and Texas. Unlike most other newt species, knob-skinned western newts never return to the water to become fully aquatic adults, so knob-skinned western newts remain on land for the rest of their lives after the complete metamorphosis from tadpole to newt. Many species of newts in this family feeds on insects, non-dangerous spiders, snails, slugs, centipedes, millipedes, and pillbugs.

Fish

  • Giant Salmon - It is the world's largest species of salmon, but it is the most endangered, with only 150 of them left in the wild and 500 of them in captivity. It is an important food source for Florida grizzly bears.
  • Asian River Shark - This species of shark is even more freshwater-tolerant than bull sharks. It lives in rivers of China, Mongolia, Thailand, India, Burma, and Cambodia. It feeds on smaller fish, crustaceans, small amphibians, small lizards, and small mammals (including pets). It resembles a hybrid between a bull shark and a blue shark, but is browner in color.
  • American River Shark - This shark species is even more freshwater-tolerant than bull sharks, just like its cousin, the Asian river shark. It lives in almost all rivers of California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Oregon, Kansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina.. It feeds on smaller fish, crustaceans, drowned insects, small amphibians, small lizards, and small mammals (including pets). It resembles a hybrid between a bull shark and a mako shark, but is browner in color.

Invertebrates

  • Giant Ground Crab - This is the largest terrestrial crab in the world, about two times bigger than the coconut crab, and is fully terrestrial, unlike most other crabs. It feeds on grass, seeds, insects, small reptiles, and small mammals. It is indigenous to Western USA areas, including California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, and Idaho. It lays its eggs underground where most predators won't eat their nutritious eggs, but since humans introduced domestic dogs to its area, this crab species is near threatened because dogs are known to dig out its eggs, leaving its eggs vulnerable to other predators (including other feral dogs).

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