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Help on the community central. Maybe I will not quit the wiki because of the ucp. Just find some help. That google docs that I sent you now just for chatting. But maybe so,day I will quit.
I decided to quit. This wiki because of the stupid ucp. Instead I made my speculative evolution projects on google docs now. If you can make one in google docs if you have please share it to me. I will quit soon.
Here the Link to my project.
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Continuation of my project. Cooling trends intensified. Along with this, the flora and fauna have changed.
I decided to create my own project, which is a remake of the future is wild. https://spec-evo.fandom.com/wiki/True_future_is_wild._10_million_years_A.D
Hey guys, my name is pvzideas123 or smth but you can (please) call me lucid lizard or lucid for short. ive been interested in this topic for about a year now. i want to start some kind of project myself but im most likely just going to make quick concepts and help around when and if needed,
- Sincerely, lucid
Brachiocauda Sciuridae is a basal animal for all Kinkebras which have adapted tails that function as appendages like that of a hand. theres two main groups of Kinkebras one of which are ambush predators (traprats). the other are herbivores not unlike that of lemurs (grabtails).
Boingos- boingos are a very early group of kinkebras not having highly adapted tails. however, they are a very unique group of animals having their tail as their main means of locomotion. they are basically tiny kangaroos but they spend most of their time on their tails to look bigger by being taller. they also have patterns on their bellies to scare off predators even more. they are omnivores, which mostly eat fruits and nuts but also sometimes bugs. some boingo species have even been seen using their giant tails as a means of aquatic locomotion to run from predators or to gather rocks for their nests. most boingos build nests for their babies out of rocks and other junk they can find, they make their nests before they even have a mate in an attempt to lure a mate in by having a pretty nest.
5 armed kinkebra - the 5 arm kinkebra (also known as just "kinkebra" or plural "kinkebras") is an omnivorous species of kinkebras being the most common and recognized species. they evolved their "fifth hand" by splitting their tails and fusing them to form a wrist.
Sorry this isnt finished i will work on it later. i was making it in school and i have to go so i wil edit this when i get home,
(Taken using WorldBox)
In the warmer and more lush climate of the Neo Creatacious, Africa is much less arid than it is in our timeline, in fact, the Sahara Desert is restricted to a small strip straddling the Red Sea. The Kalahari Desert in the south is still rather large, but but receives a bit more rain each year. The Western Shore is separated from the mainland by the Nigerian Sea. Just like on our timeline, the entire continent is hot and humid.
Flora: Africa hosts a larger collection of parasitic plants than any other continent, such as the Clamber Vine, the spearoot, and the Collossal lily. However there are nice plants here, one of the largest are the East African needle trees.
Fauna: Like other continents, excluding Australia, Africa is dominated by dinosaurs, and hosts some of the largest, such as the great African Goliath, which can be as long as 30 meters long and weigh 60 tons. As well are some unique predators, such as the Gojirasuchus.
Size: Average is about 40 feet long, but some old females can top 50 around 7 or 8 tons, and 13 feet tall
Habitat: Forests and savannas
Range: Northern Africa
Diet: Strict carnivore, and is usually an active predator, but will scavenge if times get tough.
Description: Unlike most spinosaurids, which have a stocky build, the skullface has a more gracile look, with long thin legs for running down prey, and even large females can run about 30 miles per hour. Like most spinosaurids, they have a sail, though it is short height wise. It also has two black spots on either side of the head that give it its name.
Bio: One of the largest spinosaurids in the Neo Creatacious, the Skullface is the only one that actively tries to prey on sauropods from time to time, its cousin, the American Bulbsnout, coexists with sauropods but is too small to be a threat to them. The skullface has the weapons to take down a sauropod, a mouth that can open almost 90 degrees, sharp serrated teeth for slicing open arteries, and long hooked claws for slicing flesh. The main sauropod they go after is the massive North African Goliath, which can be longer than 90 feet long and weigh almost 40 tons. Like most Neo Creatacious spinosaurids, the females are larger than males
Behavior: Skullfaces are elusive animals, often hiding out unless they are hunting. They are one of the few spinosaurids, along with the Godzilla crocodile, dwarf Hookmouth, the Brazilian Hookmouth, and the American Bulbsnout that are nocturnal.
Ok, let’s imagine a alternate universe where the world suffers a nail mass extinction, it wiped out 80% of birds, 100% of mammals , 40% of fish. The insects and the reptiles were completely harmless to this mass extinction. A year after the mass extinction, life was recovering. Everything was getting back to normal step by step. But, there are a lot of niches to occupy. Reptiles were the main animal to occupy the niches left behind by extinct animals. The reptiles evolved into strange , dinosaur like creatures. Meanwhile, the skies were like a battleground for birds and Neo pterosaurs. The birds, on the other hand, evolved into like a Mesozoic bird, for example, archaeopteryx . But, Neo pterosaurs were still the dominant flying animals. The crocodiles and the water monitors evolved into Neo plesiosaurs and also Neo mosasaurs.
So here’s a little project I thought of, it’s a timeline where the asteroid hit a full hour sooner than it did in ours, and as a result, hit a full thousand miles further East, in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, absorbing most of the impact, though any dinosaurs on the south coast of North America suffered a particularly bad earthquake and tsunami that day. So the dinosaurs survived, even though some species, such as the tyrannosaurs and ceratopsians went extinct. In addition the Western interior sea never dried up, the climate is warmer than it is in our timeline, but not by much. Sometime in the late Paleocene, mammals went extinct after smaller dinosaurs started trying to take over the roles of burrowing and tree climbing.
Will it drown, will it survive?
Share your opinion in the comments.
Wow, this is a weird one, but anyways if something that is supposed to be a deformity in a species ends up being beneficial in environmental factors that are present after the deformed individuals birth does this deformity have a chance of ending up genetically integrated?
Deformity mutations and such are almost always dangerous and they also have potential to make a lot of strange things to appear on the individual. In this case if the factors stay present, may the body somehow accumulate deformity to transform it into a natural looking thing but still a new feature on an individual's descendants bodies like a unique-looking horn or maybe even a new organ?
Anyways, what are your thoughts regarding this stuff?
Coming across this wiki, I already had sizable content of speculative evolution sketches and writings. There is a large problem, however, I noticed that my evolutions seem way-out there.
Here is a written example of what I have run into:
On an art site there was a Speculative zoology group that focused on choosing specific species and then making drawings of these species choosing niches by existing animals. The group allowed the drawings to be zoologically inaccurate. So I chose one of existing bear species and tried to evolve them into something fitting for crustacean niches.
The resulting forefather species and it's descendant species happened to get traits such as:
- Koala like nose with two openings on each side
- Outer specialized lung/gill resembling leaf
- Tortoise shaped armor grows on some parts on it's body.
- Hind feet capable of bending outward and backward.
- At least three patches of differently shaped fur.
Seeing as lot of the species here look much similar to their ancestors, I now wish to know what to do. Should I look elsewhere to put content like this or should I do a compromise variant where I provide gradual development into forms as mine? The evolution involved here is supposed to take humongous amounts of time since the speculative evolution took place on an another planet but using Earth species.
As some of you know, there is a Japanese documentary about the evolutionary speculation book by Dougal Dixon, After Man. The thing is that doing a little research, there is no version subtitled in English (or any other language ) and there are people who really want to watch and understand it.
So I'm thinking of doing a small project to translate it and put the English captions, I know how to create subtitles, edit the video and that sort of things but the main problem is that I need someone who knows japanese to translate it. That is the only requirement, I take care of the rest. I will start posting this on other sites but I wanted to start here for convenience.
If people in the urban future would have pets, then what would the future descendants of domesticated dogs look like?