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The Alternate UUniverses have far different and sparse life than in the Original UUniverses. They can exist anywhere, whether it be land, sea, air, or even space or toxic or spatial environments. Animals are sentient, semi-sentient, or non-sentient, and sentient beings are more common than normal here, and are not technically classified as aliens.

(Currently under revamping for an easier time finding creatures here.)

Evolution

Life in the AUU evolved differently from the OUU because of always interacting with each other since the beginning when the Evolution Masters of the Gods of the Alternate UUniverses were growing to council it with their ability to warp genetic code. Though the commonality of OUU life would form, other groups occurred. This is because of the conditions of different planets, their location in the system, and the stars themselves. Biota that was not the traditional physiology of life would often be dubbed 'xenimals', or 'xeno-animals'. The biota would be categorized based on planetary conditions. This would be classified in 4 types: Star-Type (ST), Gravity-Type (GT), Distance-Type (DT), and Atmosphere-Type (AT).

Star-Type would classify what kind of star the creature can thrive in based both on spectrum and magnitude. Based around the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram (Starzsprung diagram in AUU terms), the spectrum measures the type of sunlight and radiation of a star, and the magnitude measures the size of the star.

Spectrum:

  • O-Type: O-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of O-Type stars, or blue stars, which are the coolest, most luminous, but lowly hydrogenous, stars known.
  • B-Type: B-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of B-Type stars, or blue-white stars, which are between 10,000–30,000 K, have a solar luminosity of between 25–30,000 L, and a medial amount of hydrogen.
  • A-Type: A-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of A-Type stars, or white stars, which are between 7,500–10,000 K, have a solar luminosity of between 5–25 L, and have the strongest amount of hydrogen.
  • F-Type: F-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of F-Type stars, or yellow-white stars, which are between 6,000–7,500 K, have a solar luminosity of between 1.5–5 L, and a medial amount of hydrogen.
  • G-Type: G-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of G-Type stars, or yellow stars, which are between 5,200–6,000 K, have a solar luminosity of between 0.6–1.5 L, and have a weak amount of hydrogen. This is the base type of Earth/Marbon-like biota.
  • K-Type: K-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of K-Type stars, or orange stars, which are between 3,700–5,200 K, have a solar luminosity of between 0.08–0.6 L, and a very weak amount of hydrogen.
  • M-Type: M-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of M-Type stars, or red stars, which are between 2,400–3,700 K, are the least luminous, and have the weakest amount of hydrogen. Flora in this orbit are usually black instead of green.

Magnitude:

  • 0-Type: 0-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of hypergiant stars.
  • 1a-Type: 1a-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of high-luminous supergiant stars.
  • 1ab-Type: 1ab-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of medium-luminous supergiant stars.
  • 1b-Type: 1b-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of low-luminous supergiant stars.
  • 2-Type: 2-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of bright giant stars.
  • 3-Type: 3-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of normal giant stars.
  • 4-Type: 4-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of subgiant stars.
  • 5-Type: 5-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of main-sequence stars, or dwarf stars. This is the base type of Earth/Marbon-like biota.
  • 6-Type: 6-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of subdwarf stars.
  • 7-Type: 7-Type Organisms are biota that can live under the orbit of white dwarf stars.

Gravity-Type would classify what kind of gravity the creature can thrive in. Creatures that live in different kinds of gravity often require stronger or weaker means of movement, and flight is differential to the kind of gravity of a planet.

  • T1-Type: T1-Type Organisms are biota that can live on Tier 1 planets, which are the biggest planets and therefore have the strongest gravity and thickest atmospheres. Creatures on these planets are usually stronger, shorter, and have legs that are usually close to the ground.
  • T2-Type: T2-Type Organisms are biota that can live on Teadr 2 planets, or Super-Earths/Super-Marbons, with gravity usually multiplied. Creatures on these planets are usually in between the physiology of alien and earthly.
  • T3-Type: T3-Type Organisms are biota that can live on Tier 3 planets like Earth/Marbon. Thus animals are in the average category.
  • T4-Type: T4-Type Organisms are biota that can live on Tier 4 planets, which are the smallest planets and therefore have the weakest gravity and thinnest atmospheres. Creatures on these planets are usually weaker, taller, can fly easier, and are built very fragile.

Distance-Type would classify what distance from the star the creature can thrive in. Planets too close are too hot, while planets too far are too cold, and thus planets the most likely to house life are housed in the habitable zone.

  • Hot-Type: Hot-Type Organisms are biota that can live on planets too close to the stars they orbit. Cold-blooded creatures are the most likely to thrive on these planets.
  • Average-Type: Average-Type Organisms are biota that can live on planets within the habitable zone.
  • Cold-Type: Cold-Type Organisms are biota that can live on planets too far the stars they orbit. Warm-blooded animals are the most likely to thrive on these planets.

Atmosphere-Type would classify what kind of atmospheric conditions the creature can thrive in. Different atmospheric conditions can alter the biological needs of the planet's biota, usually deviating from the average Earth atmosphere. These creatures breath different kinds of air, require no respiration, need more or less respiration, and so on.

  • Type I: Type I Organisms are biota that can live on Type I planets and require normal respiration like oxygen and carbon dioxide. This is the base type of Earth/Marbon life.
  • Type II: Type II Organisms are biota that can live on Type II planets and require a half-oxygen respiration, as well as an alternate kind of element.
  • Type III: Type III Organisms are biota that can live on Type III planets and thus oxygen is poisonous to them. They have a different kind of respiration as a result.
  • Type IV: Type IV Organisms are biota that can live on Type IV planets and therefore don't require atmosphere or respiration, capable of even living in a vacuum.

Mammals

Land Mammals

Rodents

Rodents in the AUU are noted for being just like our own, but their teeth are made entirely of regenerative calcium and can regenerate. They have skeletons 50% cartilage to aid in squeezing through tight spaces, and their gums are 25% cartilage.

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  • Aerea- A flying crest-winged chipmunk found in many forests across the AUU in 19 species.
  • Acmumk- A patterned groundhog with 4 sets of buck teeth and are very territorial.
  • Battus- A bat-like mammal with wings made of pure cartilage and skin. This allows the battus to fly at a faster speed than a regular bat. Instead of a sonar, it has a radar, which allows it to locate many small insects in the night.
  • Barmaset- A giant saber-toothed predatory rat with a short tail, a bear-like body, and a vicious reputation.
  • Bougher- A prairie-dog-like gopher that lives in groups of 100-170. They occasionally go out to steal food from other animals, and maybe even people if it means their survival.
  • Barpu- A solitary agouti which can grow to the size of a rhino. They reside in savannas and are very fast runners, with good sight and good hearing.
  • Beeo- A small quadruped bat which evolved a terrestrial lifestyle but can still glide or fly depending on the species. They are fast creatures that carry their young on their back.
  • Bolot- A chiropteran that is noted for being roughly the size of a rat, and dwells in forests as a semi-arboreal quadruped that can climb trees very easily, and can glide with it's patagia that are what's left of it's former flight-capable wings. They do this even with their young perched on their backs.
  • Burvubat- A chiropteran that is noted for having a coloration of a butterfly, having patagia between their legs and tail, and developed wing-like feet besides their other wings. They even have large wings with a coloration that looks like a monster's eyes. They use their coloration to scare off predators bigger than them, and they eat fruit and berries.
  • Bancu- A bear-like porcupine that formed a large bulky and muscular bear-like body, hundreds of small quills on their back, short tails, brown-to-black coloration depending upon the 18 different species across the AUU, and are deadly and aggressive killers with good wrestling skills.
  • Bagon- A bat-like creature well-known for being a pollinator, feeding on nectar and storing it within it's yellow neck sac, storing it like a rodent's cheeck pouches. They come in 78 different species across the AUU.
  • Beastring- A giant predatory bat that dwells in deserts consuming anything big enough for it to swallow. They use their sonars as a deafening projectile weapon to stun it's prey before seizing it and taking it to it's roost to feed itself or it's ravenous young.
  • Bivi- An aggressive large beaver with durable and regenerative teeth.
  • Crujuck- A species of fairly large burrowing rodent that evolved from prehistoric jerboas. They are fast runners that live in desert climates.
  • Crobon- A species of small chipmunk-like rodents which live in groups. They are omnivorous, and they can hide in even the most compact of spaces.
  • Creese- An arboreal springhare which eats tree leaves and fruits. They are very elusive rodents with long bushy tails, good vision and hearing, and can travel very silently.
  • Churrel- A squirrel-like rodent that is noted for it's black-and-white head that looks like it's wearing a mask. They are known for an elaborate home that is composed of a treetop and an underground burrow, as they are good builders. They feed on seeds, nuts, and fruits.
  • Combiront- A large sapient predatory flightless bat with eyes that have turned vestigial due to their highly-improved melons that formed an electrosonic-based imaging system through antennae connections that allows them to pick up anything their antennae pick up through neuronically-charged high-frequency shockwaves that not only act as an electroreceptor, but also analyzes anything the shockwaves pick up and bounce off of, allowing them to easily trace networks like the Omninet and create a digital 3D map within their human-like brains, allowing them to see perfectly well without eyes. They have large webbed sharp talons on their arms for fatal wounding, sharp retractable teeth, webbed structures under their arms and between their strong legs and moderately-short tails, ugly faces, ears that are patterned for display in males, and their brains are similar to human brains by 97.99%, giving them the ability to adapt, learn, and mimic. They have the agility and stance of a great ape, fast reflexes, lightning-fast speed and a grand jumping height, can stand up like a gorilla or bear, and they can easily avoid gunfire.
  • Crouse- A rare species of vrat that actually looks like Mickey Mouse, having a face and appearance like his, having round eyes, white faces, a brown lower torso, and are omnivorous scavengers that can eat anything despite the danger. A hardly known animal, it was made famous by Qaltom Mimzy (AUU Walt Disney), who made a character named Critcey Crouse because he had a pet crouse named Critcey.
  • Cobrot- A wild rat that acts like an urban rat, but do the same in a wild setting, stealing food from other animals, hunting small insects, and doing anything else to get food and make a decent living, while at the same time still being vulnerable to larger predators. They come in 21 different species across the AUU.
  • Deet- A small numbat-like rat that dwells in outback worlds as a local pest. They are fierce and aggressive when confronted with sentient beings, but are good pets when bred in captivity or trained.
  • Dimet- A large Dimetrodon-like rat that has a large sail that regulates body temperature. They are predatory creatures that are aggressive amongst strangers due to territorial instinct, and live in groups of what is called prides.
  • Dinomunk- A large pterosaur-like rodent that has a brown, black, and white coloration, a long striped tail with a crest on the tip, large bird/pterosaur/bat-like wings, horned gopher-like horns on their faces, bird-like feet, and live in large trees within large colonies. They come in 88 different species across the AUU.
  • Eevlet- An agouti-like burrowing rodent and a widely-known destructive pest on many worlds for their wood diet.
  • Fasima- A wolf-like predatory rat that hunts prey using stealth, speed, numbers, and secrecy. They have razor-sharp claws and teeth used for ripping and tearing.
  • Floomer- A flightless bat with a nose and ears that imitate the designs of native flowers, which it uses to catch and eat bugs.
  • Fwooter- A semi-aquatic otter-like rat that has wide flat feet, a muskrat-like tail, grasping arms, and are known to dwell in marine/freshwater environments catching fish and swimming in groups. They come in 28 different species across the AUU.
  • Fajjack- A semi-quadruped burrowing jerboa with a long flat bushy tail. These creatures are known for their burrow's condensation traps which provide water for them as they require water in their natural habitat as they are more vulnerable to sunlight and have little sweat glands.
  • Gannat- A flying marine squirrel that has the niche of gannets on many worlds that can fly and swim.
  • Glat- A dexterous nocturnal arboreal gliding bat that hunts in the treetops like a gliding monkey.
  • Gnole- A bone-eating scavenging ferret-like rodent. Some of these creatures can use bones as tools, as a sign of animal intelligence.
  • Gryban- A predatory lion-like squirrel which hunts in packs. They have large manes, puffy tails, are semi-arboreal, and their roars are almost horrifying.
  • Glat- An arboreal ape-like bat that, instead of wings, have built-in patagia used for gliding. They come in over 50 different species across the AUU.
  • Gleasel- A weasel-like rodent which is known for it's long neck and long body, allowing it to stalk prey like a snake, and even swallow it whole.
  • Grapher- A large raptor-like rodent that takes their niche as a predatory omnivore, having a long tail, long legs, small vestigial clawed arms, and different patterns depending upon the 56 species across the AUU.
  • Gmunck- A small aerial chipmink-like rodent with a long rat-like tail, wings with the membrane split within the fingers, and fly in large flocks, living within large trees and hunting for whatever food they can find. They come in 86 different species across the AUU.
  • Grapher- A giant jerboa with pointed accurate ears, large powerful running legs, a long muscular tail, vestigial arms, and can be found in open prairies.
  • Hydrocabiais- A race of semi-aquatic omnivorous squirrels with pointed ears, beaver-like tails, and flat feet.
  • Horpher- A horned gopher which are the size of a capybara. They are cave-dwelling creatures that only eat insects, worms, and fruit that they gather through their cheek-pouches.
  • Hort- A rat similar to the extinct horned gopher that steals and vandalizes from both animals and sentient beings.
  • Hummingvrat- A small hummingbird-like prochiropteran that looks like a rat with butterfly wings, as their wings beat 30 times per second, making them easily maneuverable. They are precious pollinators that take the niche of hummingbirds on many worlds.
  • Inlacca- A predatory hutia which is a solitary creature that hangs out in caves. They were curious, but aggressive when angered. Their coloration depends upon the species.
  • Ikemwing- A giant predatory bat that is native to Rabodia, and spread out and introduced to their many colonies. Evolving from introduced giant predatory bats of the past, these creatures take the niche of pterosaurs, taking any animal that they can snack on, and either eat them, or feed them to their babies in the nests of high rock formations. They have large leaf-shaped wings that are bred to absorb sunlight for heat in cold environments, including cold deserts and snowy mountains.
  • Jerbonia- A species of large kangaroo-like jerboa with large ears, a high jumping height and speed, and a small snout. Their large ears give it good hearing, however, it has bad eyesight.
  • Joagin- A pack-hunting capybara which are extreme killers which use strategy to fight. They are roughly the size of a bear cub, but they can attack in any direction.
  • Jhajha- A kangaroo-like jerboa the size of an actual kangaroo. It's good at wrestling like many other AUU kangaroo and wallaby-like animals. It mostly hangs around in the desert climates that can occasionally gain cold storms such as snow, and it's got the body to combat it.
  • Klumming- A lemming-like rodent that can frighten with it's chaotic squeaks when disturbed.
  • Lumreed- A bioluminescent mole hailing from planets with chemically different atmospheres. They are capable of glowing in the dark, and they feed off of different toxins and chemicals.
  • Lasquall- A squirrel-like rodent which is known for it's crested tail. It feeds on seeds, nuts, and legumes, and are sometimes very solitary.
  • Leopoll- A leopard-like rat that takes the niche of leopards on many worlds across the AUU, having the same coloration, but a rat-like tail, and are very dangerous and efficient predators.
  • Lemrat- An arboreal rodent that evolved from rat-like creatures. They ended up filling the niche of lemurs on various worlds across the AUU, and came in 96 different species. They are often pests that raid sentient property to steal their food. They are agile in their arboreal homes as they can leap from branch-to-branch.
  • Marrit- A species of marmot-like squirrels which are a close evolutionary relative to the Hydrocabiais. In fact, the two species share the same habitat, and usually compete for food. Marrits are noted for their long beaver-like squirrel tails, their small ears, their flattened feet, and their caste systems.
  • Mott- A species of mole-like bats that are recognized by their large foxlike ears, mole-like snouts and size, and their gruesome faces similar to certain bats like ghost-faced bats.
  • Monag- A kangaroo-like jerboa which can be exactly the same size. They eat leaves and fruits, and they have a deep-brown and black-spotted coloration.
  • Mashrag- A large marmot which can be found in cold environments, able to combat the cold with their specially-adapted fur and fat layers. They travel in groups of 15-18.
  • Magug- A marine muskrat-like rodent which is more related to beavers. They reside on coasts in complex dams that lead to habitats to escape from predators.
  • Membris- A large fruit-bat-like rodent that is roughly the size of a large dog. They feed on any fruit, either poisonous or otherwise, as it has an immunity to many forms of fruit poisons. They can eat fruits and seeds, and even insects to fight diarrhea. They come in 54 different species across the AUU.
  • Nogser- A rat-sized hamster which is commonly kept as a pet. In some places in the AUU, they are considered pests for their property damage and thefts of food.
  • Navaraque- A large pacarana which feeds on the leaves of trees, and has powerful arms which can injure any attacker with one swipe. They have a tremendous amount of fur and fat to combat cold environments.
  • Nummy- An outback squirrel that has a chipmunk coloration, a stripey middle and lower body, and for it's infamy as a park pest.
  • Nuffle- A small rodent related to hedgehog-like creatures that has a long rat-like tail, and have quills that are useful for defense against predators, being so painful they do not need to curl into a ball. They come in 7 different species across the AUU.
  • Orrag- A predatory spiny rat the size of a jaguar. They have a jaguar-like coloration to camouflage themselves when hunting in packs. They even protect themselves from predators with their spiky hedgehog-like spines.
  • Obogic- A large semi-aquatic paca which evolved the amphibious lifestyle of a hippo. While they were not as aggressive, they were passive, and could be found in the shallow waters of rainforests.
  • Olfer- A wolf-like rat that takes the niche of wolves on many worlds across the AUU, coming in 9 different species across the AUU, having tufted half-bald tails, bald and clawed hands and feet, and are fiercely aggressive.
  • Opsory- The most common chiropteran in the AUU, coming in 6,808 different species, and are ranged in biology, diet, and other qualities, mainly by the shape of their faces.
  • Odoxory- A small rodent similar to skunks, only they have brown-and-white-splotched camouflage, and their tails shrunk to a much shorter length yet remained bushy. They retain their odor glands, and their glands are much stronger than a skunk's as it has mixed chemicals of things from it's diet, excrement, and many others, as the chemical spray is often poisonous. The side-effects are commonly nausea, vertigo, dizziness, hallucinations, and sometimes death depending upon the 15 species across the AUU.
  • Outch- A cockroach-rat creature from Uridia with four cockroach-like legs, the back ones being longer, two long rat-like tails, and is an invasive species that has life stages and is capable of flight when they mature, essentially being rats with exoskeletons that can mutate for a caste. They have even invaded other worlds.
  • Ottiriot- An otter-like rat that evolved in a similar niche to otters on many worlds across the AUU. They can be found either in freshwater or saltwater, commonly being composers of dead meat, or consuming anything they find edible.
  • Purripat- A large flightless bat with no eyes, and a highly-advanced echolocation system.
  • Preen- A type of big-eared prairie dog which is known for making their homes underground or inside cliff sides. They are quick-footed sprinters which use their large chinchilla-like ears to hear out for danger.
  • Plouse- Small mouse/rat-like rodents that occur in nearby-urban areas, thriving in dumps, abandoned houses, and are actually capable of building elaborate homes to house an entire colony. They come in 14 different species across the AUU.
  • Pollt- A small bee-striped rat that actually pollinates and are quick when reproducing. They live in eusocial underground borrows where they produce their own honey, and they can bite very hard when defending themselves.
  • Pramber- A flightless predatory quadruped bat-like rodent that lost it's wings and now hunts in packs of 7-19 individuals. They are nocturnal hunters, and have bad eyesight, but can feel vibrations in various ways with it's improved sonar senses.
  • Pinhog- A pinecone-like hedgehog that camouflages itself as it's favorite food, the normally-inedible pincone.
  • Qyrmce- A small rodent evolved from guinea pig-like cratures that are noted for being parthenogenic and reproducing asexually at a rapid rate. They make an adorable pet, but they are always required to be neutered using a mostly-harmless procedure, though only after reproducing to the appropriate and desired number. On their home planet, their population is quelled by predators and superpredators (predators which are so adaptable, they can cause economical imbalance when it is too easy for them).
  • Rangu- A solitary dog-like mountain degu which eats any mountain ungulates that drop by their hunting grounds. They only go outside their territories to mate.
  • Reaver- A predatory sea beaver which hunts in groups and eat fish of all sizes. They can hold their breath underwater for 10 minutes, they have highly-evolved biting jaws, and they are very lovable as pets.
  • Rattlevrat- An armored rodent that hangs around either in grasslands, prairies, or deserts depending upon the species. They evolved from small ground squirrel-like rodents that have fused their hairs to form large scaly spines that are mainly used for defense, and can also rattle and be used for territorial display. They are the size of a warthog, and are omnivorous, feasting on eggs and plants. Their armor plates are useful for protecting it from predators, and even fire.
  • Ratter- A raptor-like rat that has evolved to hunt in packs, are very intelligent, can pick up things with their feet, have long flexible rat-like tails, pink skin, and black fur.
  • Rassum- A large fanged rat that takes the urban niche of raccoons.
  • Ree- A monkey-like rat that evolved into being mischievous agile urban pests.
  • Skaleadon- A species of giant pterodactyl-like bats that hunt in flocks. They're sonars have evolved into weapons of high and low frequency. Low frequency is for echolocation, and high frequency is for defense and hunting. They're carnivores that eat mainly Xultusaurs.
  • Stalik- A kangaroo-like rodent that runs on two legs. It evolved massive ears for hearing over the tall grass. It lives in grasslands and savannahs.
  • Shalloth- A sloth-like flightless omnivorous bat that sometimes kills small animals with its sharp thumb claw. It's hand has a single separate digit and its other fingers are fused together. It spends much of its life hanging upside-down.
  • Sinchi- A squirrel-like rodent which is known for it's white-and-black-striped tail, and for it's much faster reflexes than other rodents.
  • Shrap- A predatory burrowing gopher which lives underground to protect their young, and they go out and hunt in packs, tackling creatures even larger than their own, and a group of 10 annually leave the nest and attack territories of their own kind to take them over.
  • Scraber- A predatory sea muskrat who shares the same niche as the Reaver, even having to compete for food. They are much powerful swimmers that can stay underwater for 19 minutes, and hunt in groups.
  • Salroe- A rat-like hamster the size of a Guinea pig. These are social creatures that burrow small holes in the ground and feast on worms and insects.
  • Sphrot- A tusked mole with a black velvety fur coloration, spade-like feet, a flat paddle-shaped tail, two straight tusks for reaming out soil when it's burrowing.
  • Saliber- A diurnal white bat that has white fur, pink veined and clawed wings, small ears, they eat fish, and they commonly fill the niche of sea birds.
  • Sidekull- An arboreal porcupine that looks like a sloth, but has a prehensile tail, has quills on the sides of it's back, and it consumes fruit, amphibians, and eggs. It can also swim good to get rid of parasites.
  • Sabouse- A predatory dormouse slightly larger than a cat, and having a similar appearance to a marten. It is an ambush predator that attack around twilight and night. They can live either on the ground or in trees to protect themselves from larger predators.
  • Somnawing- A 4-winged bat that has wings on it's arms and legs, and used a modified low-frequency sound that is capable of hypntotizing it's prey to sleep.
  • Synx- A small arctic and mountainous lion with a cobra-hood-like mane, clouded leopard coloration, and is said in heraldry to be wiser than any elder.
  • Tweaver- A species of beaver that is characterized for it's teeth which gnaw through anything. It can cut through solid wood, lead pipe, cinder blocks, and even steel. This makes it a hated species. But picking on it is no picnic. It will gnaw through your body like a hot knife through butter.
  • Terapax- A giant bat-like flying omnivorous rat with a wolf-face, a rat-tail, large two-fingered bat-wings, and a huge appetite. They attack in flocks tearing apart anything they find on the ground. They hang out in desert and jungle caves where they are active during the day.
  • Tapmia- A medium-sized omnivorous rodent that bears long legs for galloping or trotting. It spots a striped coat for blending into it's environment and has a pair of tusks used for uprooting small plants.
  • Tremma- A monkey-like rodent with slender fingers and a prehensile tail. It uses both to reach pine cones out of the reach for animals its size.
  • Tybopine- The alternate version of porcupines. They have detachable poisonous quills on their backs that can be lethal to anyone they touch.
  • Tormarin- A predatory paca which hunts in the night time since they are nocturnal rodents. They hunt in groups of 10-12, and will attack anything that they can easily kill.
  • Traate- A bat-like rodent noted for it's patterned translucent wings, it's liquivorous diet of blood and fruit juices, it's short crested tail, and 4 ears for efficient hearing in darkness.
  • Unaloris- A predatory brush-tailed porcupine which disguises itself as a land urchin for those that feed on it. When a creature falls into it's trap, it expels the poisonous quills, kills off the creature, and feeds on it.
  • Uorat- A semi-aquatic rat which hangs out in wetlands or any metropolitan areas where water is present. They have thick tails, bulky slender bodies, and flat feet, and they are omnivorous creatures that eat crustaceans and plants. Some species live in swamps or marshlands.
  • Uouse- A small semi-aquatic mouse which can be found expansively in metropolitan areas including sewers and households. They are similar to the Uorat, but are much smaller, and are also omnivorous.
  • Vlunk- The alternate version of skunks. Like skunks, it uses a lethal stink to scare off predators. It can also curl up into a ball to keep itself warm in cold weather.
  • Vinse- An arboreal rat which lives inside trees in nests. They are elusive creatures which are commonly kept as pets, and they eat leaves and insects.
  • Vrat- A squirrel-like rat which is considered both a pest and a clean pet. There are a hundred species of vrat across the AUU, and each are distinguished for carrying diseases and raiding metropolitan areas for food.
  • Vrakkey- A monkey-like rat that has evolved for easier climbing. They are known to be more painful pests than their Vrat evolutionary cousins as they cause more property damage.
  • Vorawing- A giant predatory bat with a meter-long wingspan that dwells in deserts searching for either carcasses or small creatures that are out on the surface and within their sights. Unlike certain chiropterans, they are diurnal and hunt during the day, and roost in caves during the night.
  • Wasma- A large bipedal rodent with two legs and no other limbs. It is a fast sprinter, and can run like an ostrich.
  • Wachter- A semi-aquatic rat which has a beaver-like tail, and can stay underwater for as long as 10 minutes. They are omnivorous and will eat almost anything.
  • Woruk- A large bat-like creature with large pterosaur-like wings, long rat-like tipped tails, rat-like faces, large ears, and were primarily carnivores that ate small rodents, lizards, and anything small enough for them to eat. They have occasionally attacked sentient beings.
  • Weollow- A jackal-like rat that has evolved to hunt in sparse savannah grasslands solitarily, killing and eating anything it sees. There are 188 different species across the AUU.
  • Wim- A semi-aquatic rat that can be found in murky and deep country waters across the AUU, being able to swim for roughly a weak, and hold their breath for roughly 10 minutes catching fish. There are over 100 different species across the AUU.
  • Weesh- A quick-footed wolf-like flightless chiropteran with massive running speeds and hunt in packs.
  • Xecvec- A nocturnal black rodent named for it's noise that invades anything at night.
  • Yeerkat- A meerkat-like rodent with a complex tunnel system and a vast running speed. They are found in mostly African-like planets.
  • Zeeim- A large species of predatory bat which comes in different forms depending upon the species. Some look like butterflies, some can camouflage, others are large and feed on rodents. They have pterosaur-like wings that come with different membranes, they have human-like eyes, large ears, and their tails are enlongated and crested.
  • Zeehdow- A large species of predatory bat that is known to have a 15-meter wingspan, large transparent solar-absorbing wings that give it increased stamina, bizarre-looking faces, large wings, long crested tails, and are noted for never setting foot on the ground, as they spend most of their time in the sky feeding on anything they can find. They are close relatives of the Zeeim.
  • Zipsip- A small feathered rodent that takes the niche of passerines on many worlds, being pests to households.
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  • Bate- A large predatory chiropteran with a long tufted tail, iridescent fur, large solar-absorbing wings, and two large horn-like ears. It was introduced throughout the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

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  • Cavvus- A giant chiropteran with a poisonous bite and blood-sucking fang-like teeth. It was introduced throughout the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.
  • Ceu- A hummingbird-bat with quick reflexes and a nighttime pollinator.

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  • Wat- A womp-rat-like rodent that scavenges across scarce landscapes.
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Canines of the AUU are more intelligent than OUU canines to grow their hunting and survival tactics. They evolved to stay off sentient territory or accept them like family. Their teeth are 25% metallic to increase durability.

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  • Arnnek- A fox similar in appearance to the bat-eared fox, with large bat-like ears, and a bat-like face. They are known for having brown fur with white streaks and stripes.
  • Alrato- An evolutionary cousin to the Rolf, and is very similar in appearance to the extinct dire wolf. They too hunt in packs, and they are a natural rival to the Rolf for it's competition.
  • Ajack- A colorful striped alien-like jackal that looks like the alien jackals of Chronicles of Riddick, having an aggressive appetite, and are very hard to interact with to sentient beings. The rogue solitary ones are of a mysterious new breed that can deliver fatal attacks to their own species.
  • Berog- A bear-dog-like predator that hunts either solitarily or in a pack, in coordinated formations, as cunning as a wolf pack, or can add their own strategy to it. Their barks are terrifying, their teeth and claws pack powerful punches, and they have the ferocity to steal the meat they find from other predators.
  • Cynogue- A Dalmatian-like canine that hunts in packs and runs very fast. Unlike most canines, they have large muzzled-teeth.
  • Chutie- A fuzzy fennec-fox-like creature which hangs out in salt valleys and have adapted to surviving the harsh conditions by eating wet bugs and dying animal carcasses.
  • Carnbus- A cat-like arboreal fox which has grasping limbs like a monkey's and a short prehensile tail. While they eat insects most of the time, they will have a taste for meat on some occasions.
  • Caynere- A canine-like mammal which evolved from canines, yet developed efficient hoofed running legs. They are omnivorous creatures that have a finer taste in meat, and come in 8 different species.
  • Cornoge- A tiger-like wolf that is about as big as a tiger. They have the same near-instinct with a blend of a canine, being a very efficient ambush predator, and rarely hunts in packs. They were hunted to endangered status, and they are currently growing back to a decent population. It has over 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Cereller- An orange tiger-colored canine and a relative to the raccox with a lion-like mane, a bushy striped tail, and are mainy solitary hunters unless they have a family. They are coordinated creatures, and are very hard to train as pets.
  • Doggard- A species of dog-like canines that are the size of an average human, and kills it's prey by crushing bones whenever the prey is small, and when the prey is larger than it is, then it hunts in a pack.
  • Dinjo- A spotted hyena-like dingo from desert outback planets. They have a great sense of hearing and smell, and unlike other canines, they can see in color. They can run very fast, and have large muzzled teeth.
  • Domplox- A plains-dwelling fox that can run as fast as a cheetah to catch it's prey. They have very thin bodies to cope with it's speed.
  • Eox- A fox that takes the niche of raccoons on many worlds, being aggressive to sentient beings and sneaky pests.
  • Fasher- A canine that resides in streams catching their main food source of fish. They dwell in tundra and polar environments, having legs that looks like it's covered with muck and weed, and they can grasp things with their frontal legs.
  • Ferusulox- A bear-like dog with a red head, vicious claws and teeth, are carnivorous, are used to sentient beings and thus will attack them when they feel like it, are very territorial and violently protective of their young pups. They are mostly scavengers, but they will eat what they kill.
  • Guocyne- A species of Doberman-like wolves which are incredibly smart, and hunt in packs. They are social creatures, but can sometimes be friendly once you get to know them.
  • Gollox- A wild wolf-like fox that can be found in open savannas hunting in packs.
  • Haigatoh- A large canine that hunts in packs of 10-12 individuals, usually with a dominant pair and several subordinated pairs. They hunt creatures often much bigger than them and can commonly be found around semi-temperate deserts and prairies around jungles.
  • Jakilla- A species of jackal with leopard-spotted light brown coats and pointed ears. They have a vast running speed, good hearing and smell, and are mostly found on desert planets.
  • Lupara- A black-streaked dingo-like canine with a long fox tail, and an impressive running speed. They hang out almost anywhere.
  • Leevy- An aerial fox-like canine that has a long black tail, pterosaur-like wings, and accurate bat-like ears. They come in 63 different species across the AUU.
  • Morgucy- A canine noted for being night-hunters that hunt in packs. They are noted for having bat-like faces and ears, have rat-like tails, black-to-blackish-brown fur, and are too feral to be tamed.
  • Numgo- A canine that is noted for it's males' striped behinds and their very passive-aggressive nature to sentient beings.
  • Ornskry- A canine-like nocturnal predator which have dark-gray skin, small traces of black fur, long crusty whip-like tails with poisonous spines, and they had the ability to plan attack strategies and attack in coordinated formations.
  • Porrin- A species of dog-like fox with a great sense of smell, sharp eyesight, excellent hearing, and vast agility and speed. Many species of Porgith are clever masters of hunting and strategy.
  • Phobhound- A wild hound known for being fiercely aggressive against anything nearby it's territory, are very hard to tame, being 5x as aggressive as a dingo, being bred to fight against the dangers of it's lifestyle.
  • Raccox- A raccoon-like fox which are usually crepuscular or diurnal. In the wild, they are omnivorous scavengers, usually feasting on trash, tearing it up like a dog. They are quick on their feet, have great senses of smell, hearing, and sight, and are very adaptable.
  • Rolf- A species of wolf which comes in different sizes depending on the species. They are the Alternate version of wolves which are capable of hunting in packs of 8-40. They have stronger senses than wolves. Their domestication with the AUU humans lead them to evolving into the Rog, the alternate version of dogs.
  • Rog- The alternate version of dogs. Like dogs, they evolved into breeds. There are over 302 breeds of Rog known to the AUU. They are passive and emotional, and at the same time, vicious and quick-footed.
  • Raika- A raccoon-patterned coyote which is known for being an invasive species that has the bad habits of a raccoon. It will eat anything it can find, and very few attacks are recognized.
  • Razwul- A saber-toothed wolf which hunt in packs of 15-29. They are very efficient hunters that come in different species.
  • Reezen- A polar-dwelling canine that hunts in packs of 5-12 individuals. They change their fur coloration from gray in the summer and white in the winter to camouflage themselves within the environment when hunting for large prey items. They are also good swimmers that can stay submerged for 6 minutes.
  • Ranyct- A bizarre jackal with an orange mane, long ears, long striped tails, and are fast runners.
  • Tangerra- A large bear-like dog with large bear paws with sharp claws, a brownish with black spotted coat, and a carnivorous diet.
  • Troggle- A species of genet-like dogs which are a famous pet for all Alternate UUniversals for it's loving nature, their vicious guarding instincts, it's cat-like agility, and it's curiosity. They are about the size of an average wolf, having long striped tails for agility, have a sense of smell more powerful than dogs, have stronger hearing, and are fast runners.
  • Taena- A hyena-like dog that is known to have a similar appearance to a hyena. They are quick, hunt in packs of 10-25, and can hunt things 4 times bigger than them depending on the numbers.
  • Tinxer- A lynx-like fox which often spends it's time in the trees and launching attacks at prey from the trees and targeting the throat. They are solitary creatures that only find mates during mating seasons.
  • Trogglvut- A genet-like predatory canine that is a distant ancestor to the domesticated troggle, while the original troggle ancestor after it went extinct. They are roughly the size of an average genet, and has more of a physical resemblance to both a canine and feline, having a head on a strong neck, muscular legs, a long tail and a distinctive spotted coloration. The tail of the animal is semi-prehensile, and unlike it's further extinct ancestor, it was a solitary hunter, yet just like it's next descendant, remained highly territorial. It hunts small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds.
  • Trolf- An arboreal canine who has a long prehensile tail, a lion-like mane, are crepuscular predators, and only socialize and mate in the mating seasons.
  • Vitan- A canine similar to the African Wild Dog, only with a much stronger build. They range in color from white to black, and they have been known to spread disease, yet is still being preserved by law.
  • Xultices- A mysterious and elegent spieces of fox-eqsed canines. They are covered in a chriselised fur that allows them to thrive best in extremely cold planets. These creatures would've suffered a serious hunting issue if the christail fur wasn't rendered useless for profit as pretty much normal water ice. They are also used as the greatest pets for those of the cold planets given their knack to hunt for salt and sometimes being able to dig up lightly more valuable reshorces in digging for salt. Their skelital structure is very flexable, allowing the canines to form chrsitailene balls like hedgehogs and either roll to safety down a hill or basicly become an inpentritable ball of cristails that, while not deadly sharp, they do then to prick painfully to sensitive areas. Alone, A Xultice will always get into a ball for defence, but in packs, Xultices can be very aggressive against predators or intruders unless you can get their trust, and given that they like salt, I wouldn't call it a daunting challnage.
  • Xomot- A burrowing fox-like slender wolf with a yellow coloration, an omnivorous diet, and a curious reputation. They hang out in desert habitats.
  • Xammoge- Predatory nocturnal jackal-like animals that hunt in packs with two sets of eyes: two large yellow ones in the front similar to the eyes of an owl which are used to see normally, and two small blue ones in the back that allow it to see in the darker regions through infrared vision, seeing the heat signatures of it's prey or anything around them.
  • Zaldon- A canine similar to the Short-eared dog. They are black and brown, and they are noted for their large lizard-like eyes.
  • Zibetoy- A grassland-hunting canine that not only fishes, but also a long neck and tail, has the same coloration as their ecosystem, a back mane, and are omnivorous.
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  • Baggard- A nocturnal wild dog with gliding patagia, allowing them to glide long distances and jump onto the sides of their prey.

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  • Folf- A canine similar to Monster Hunter Midogarons that hunts in packs.

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Felines of the AUU are noted for increased senses and a more powerful cerebellum. They have more dexterity in their front limbs, and more selection in fur coloration. They are almost just as respectful to sentient beings as their convergent cousins, the canines.

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  • Azoolde- A blue jaguar with white and black spots. They are extremely quick carnivores who are ambush predators, using strategy and teamwork to hunt down their prey.
  • Aqline- A semi-aquatic otter-like cat which can hold it's breath underwater for several minutes. They are ambush predators that take their prey by surprise or try drowning it like a crocodile.
  • Burcker- A bear-like feline that takes the same niche of bear-like animals. Like them, they are omnivorous, lack a certain fear of sentient beings, can stand on their hind legs, have powerful punches with their claws, are very bulky, and can wrestle very well. They come in 18 different species across the AUU.
  • Berther- A panther-like jaguar that has barely-noticeable striped or spots, some of which are noticeable as mixed colored stripes, are efficient ambush hunters, and are commonly accepted as a sign of bad luck.
  • Cauter- A lion-like feline that is very common on various jungle worlds, and is considered the AUU king of all animals. They are much larger than lions, and they actually come in over 6 species each with different color schemes depending upon their habitat.
  • Coda- A species of black with white-streaked tiger which are cunning and clever hunters. They rarely hunt in a group. They are nocturnal predators that only hunt at night as their coloration and night-vision gives them a unique advantage.
  • Chimerge- A species of blue-and-white tiger-like lions which are noted for their white striped, their white manes and white puffed legs, their tiger-like faces, their sharp claws, and their monstrous roar.
  • Creenach- A leopard-patterned cheetah-like feline which is noted for, while not having the speed of a cheetah, it is quiet enough to catch prey and is an ambush predator.
  • Cack- A hyena-like cat that is a very aggressive predator that hunt in large packs, and are often times pesky scavengers in savannah climates.
  • Creg- A social feliform that behaves like a pack of wolves.
  • Durbac- An omnivorous felinoid which has a large striped durable back with flattened spines, a shortened tufted tail, bear/cat-like limbs, and vicious-looking faces.
  • Feloot- A large-eared domestic cat species with good agility, senses, and has different colors depending upon the breed. They are the domestic cats of the Alternate UUniverses.
  • Felother- A carnivorous feline descended from feloots that went out into the wild, coming in various colorations, and are very passive-aggressive against sentient beings.
  • Felsh- The distant ancestor of Feloots. Being as feral and very different to their urban descendant as a dingo to a dog, these felines have grown out of sentient activity, they will have ranged reactions to confronting them. Like the feloot, they come in different breeds, and have a similar appearance, except with different wild-oriented changes.
  • Felinel- A feline and a missing link to felines and mustelids as, in the AUU, the two are closer in the evolutionary chain than in the OUU. They are a vastly alternate branch of the Feloot family that, though more weasel like in appearance, still retain some (if not all) cat traits. They are as agile as the feloot's masterful skills, if not made better with their thinner structure, come in 22 species across the AUU, and are mostly found in alleys and the wild than as pets.
  • Feze- A semi-arboreal predatory feline that commonly eats prosimian primates, filling the niche of fossa. They also hunt birds, lizards, and amphibians.
  • Gladiozont- A mammalian cat-like creature that is the AUU's top superpredator (a predator that can persevere so much, it can sometimes cause as much an impact on the ecosystem as sentient being activity). It is a creature with needle-like backward-curving serrated regenerative teeth, regenerative serrated retractable jagged claws, jaws that are flexible like a snake's, and are not attached to the skull allowing for wider opening like a shark's jaws, 6 powerful slashing and running legs, a muscular cat-like body with large traces of fur, a long tufted tail, armor plating on it's neck, flanks, sides, and other areas, long flaring neck frills for intimidation and display, a regenerative healing factor, it's common 40ft length, and most-notably it's semi-sentient intelligence, which is what give it it's ability to rapidly change lifestyles in impending situations. It is a deadly predator native to Keyti Prime that has adapted to environments and stayed out of extinction and remained 75% stagnant in evolution since it actually came into existence 99 million years ago. If not put in an environment with large amounts of population control, it can cause damage to the environment itself and it has caused hundreds of extinctions. It cannot be tamed by even the best of animal whisperers as it is far too aggressive. It killed sentient beings and took on loads of competitive predators.
  • Galeyon- A large felinoid which looks like a blend between a wolf, bear, and a saber-toothed tiger, possessing a wolverine-like bulky body, a short tail, and sabre-like incisors. They are mostly-solitary predators that hunt in high elevations inside caves where they raise and feed their ravenous young.
  • Gongle- A red caracal that has aggressive behavior and are omnivorous creatures. Cubs are much more passive and grow more aggressive as they grow.
  • Jrynx- A spotted lynx which is noted for it's large mustache-like lower face, it's dark-yellow coloration, it's black spots, and it's regal body structure.
  • Larrho- A maned serval which is found mainly in savannas. They are felines with an omnivorous diet, but they mainly eat meat and plants together to add better flavor or for digestive reasons.
  • Mekkan- A carnivorous maned and spotted lion that hunt in prides, and are skilled in it as well. Like all cats, they can see in the dark, and are very agile.
  • Maralaide- A red caracal-like leopard which is noted for it's rareness as an unsentient creature while sentient versions are very common. Their speed and their vicious tempers ensure that they are never seen, and no bounty has ever been made of this species.
  • Malam- A large feline that is an efficient ambush predator that can only conserve energy from a long consumption of anything bigger than it. It lives in cross-country territory as it can swim, climb, and hide good.
  • Norbil- A species of oddly-colored African civet with a fearsome reputation. They can run very fast, and have muscular canine teeth and fangs.
  • Okyena- An okapi-colored hyena that camouflages itself easily among prey of choice that are of the same coloration, hunting in packs.
  • Phiynx- A feline that hangs around in prairies and jungles. They have spotted pelts that afforded them natural camouflage, the males had short manes of fur around their heads. They have two horns on their chins which are used for protection and as piercing weapons in fights. They had furry forked tails that are used to both dissipate heat and for emotional displays.
  • Quchael- A blue jackal-like feline with a long fox-tail and black stripes. They have long pointed ears, and they are agile and stealthy hunters.
  • Rynx- A large carnivorous dog-like civet which hunts in packs. They are agile, vicious, and adorable as a pet.
  • Robar- A scavenging fishing-cat-sized leopard which is not an attack predator, and prefers to steal other animals food with their serrated teeth that can slice through flesh quickly. A single fill of the mouth can satisfy them for a day, which makes it easy for them to retreat without being seen.
  • Rapchin- A tiger-like feline with the coloration of a tiger, yet has a black-and-white head. They are solitary ambush predators that attack the weakest prey.
  • Royage- A predatory feline that was the result of hybridization of ancient humans. After thousands of years, this predatory feline became widespread across the AUU. They look like a feloot, but are the size of a leopard, having large ears and a long striped tail, and can hunting anything it can tackle, and has little fear of sentient beings.
  • Strabber- A monkey-like cat that evolved to hunt fast arboreal animals, like monkeys and thus many tree wildlife battled to combat this new predator.
  • Skarp- A vicious terrifying felinoid which has a bat-like face, bioluminescent spots, retractable bioluminescent patterned frills, moderately-short lion-like crested tails, 6 legs that pack powerful punches and inflict serious wounds with serrated claws, and come in a dozen species across the AUU. All are known to either be ambush hunters or scavengers.
  • Scion- An aggressive solitary tiger-sized feline with a whitish coloration, orange striped legs and tail, back manes, and can run as fast as a cheetah.
  • Triger- A lion-like tiger with a black mane and a black puffed tail. This tiger is very agile. It's sharp claws make it an excellent tree climber, and it kills by either launching attacks from the air when alone or attacking as a pride in open areas.
  • Toocher- A saber-toothed cat-like feline that actually has sabre-like tusks on it's chin which are actually the result of the lower jaw evolving to get around it's growing fangs, which allow it to slice meat.
  • Tress- A gliding cat with wing-like patagia allowing it to glide long distances.
  • Uogga- A cheetah-like oncilla which has adapted from an arboreal lifestyle into the lifestyle of an ambush predator with the ability to run as fast as a cheetah.
  • Warble- A yellow tiger-striped caracal which hunts in packs and their long muzzles ensure that no creature gets out alive. While they are perfect predators, they do face competition with other predators.
  • Xmyger- A predatory feline that, despite being roughly the size of a large dog, is an efficient hunter that evolved to hunt small animals. They have a spotted body, and beards, heads of hair, and a mantle-like layer of hair on their shoulders and upper bodies.
  • Yaraton- A large species of hyena where males are bigger than females, and hunt in packs. They are omnivorous, and are skilled and intelligent hunters.
  • Zlash- A large leopard/jaguar-patterned saber-toothed cat that is bigger than the average Smilodon. They can blend into their surroundings perfectly, and deliver fatal blows with both their retractable claws and their teeth. They can intimidate easy with their alien-like eyes, and their leopard-like coloration is much more intensely-detailed. However, in Gree, the Zlashes native there once had a major reproductive problem that caused them to have more then a protortionate amount of cubs. The population in the planet was at first met with conventional hunting, but when it only made little dents and only resulted with angry Zlashes, the better alternative lead to simply having them be exposed to a gene serum that gets their reproductives to make a more normalised amount and put the population in balence.
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Ungulates of the AUU have been known for possessing 50% metallic bones to increase structural integrity. Their hooves and horns are 25% metallic, and they have higher senses than OUU ungulates.

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  • Alige- Alien-like deer that dwell in large forests. They are partially-furless slender creatures with small trunks, and are well-known xeno-herbivores.
  • Awbra- A zebra-like equine that has black and white stripes that fade into white at the middle and rear, yet stay on the hind legs. They come in hundreds of individuals, and are coordinated evaders.
  • Argaham- An armor-headed warthog which is very devastating in a stampede. These creatures' charge is very strong, especially since their armored heads can absorb fatal blows.
  • Arlite- A species of predatory rhino which has upward-facing tusks, a large curve-shaped horn on the top of it's face which can easily kill an animal through major trauma in the charge.
  • Akbin- A long-legged camel with a large hump on it's back, a long snout, and a gray-with-black-streaked coloration. They were fast runners and came in groups of 32-51.
  • Ancinery- A relative of giraffe-like ungulates that has a striped back, a spotted rear and flanks, and a black-spotted head. They travel in large herds across massive grasslands across the AUU.
  • Amblydont- An oreodont-like ungulate that has small tapir-like trunks, are congregated in groups of 8-19, have rough and aggressive bulls, and come in over 56 species all over the AUU.
  • Boshocerus- An alien-like rhinoceros with a long horn, long back stripes with a broad hump-like back, females with back horns, powerfully-built short legs for running and charging, and an armored skeleton. They come in 7 different species across the AUU.
  • Brontyus- A mammoth-sized boar which are dangerous when in a stampede. They can charge at you so fast that you can't even dodge it in time. When they are not stampeding, they are curious creatures.
  • Bulath- A species of apricot-colored bull with 4 bull-like horns that have a much stronger impact when the animal charges. They have good eyesight, which allows them to charge more efficiently, and can run at a speed of 48 mph.
  • Banzarch- A trunked furry boar which travels in groups of 13-32. They are lethal in stampedes, having 4 upward-facing tusks, short trunks, and can run at very fast speeds.
  • Baral- A horned pig which has a large horn in the top-middle of it's face, and is lethal in a stampede. They are omnivorous creatures that will only eat meat when it sees it.
  • Brambus- An enormous wooly rhinoceros with a thick coat of fur, a massive size, an oddly-shaped horn that looks like a 'T', and a brutal reputation.
  • Bullmarg- A bull-like pig with short horns and a bony head for softening blows. Their charges are very lethal and they are very dangerous when angered.
  • Bamal- A species of giant camel that can move moderately fast, and use their leathery hide and powerful kicking legs to deter predators. They are mainly used for riding on.
  • Barpax- A small predatory boar that is commonly found in jungles and grasslands scavenging for food. They are brown and black in coloration, have a black head, and two tusks on it's mouth.
  • Belporce- A coast-dwelling boar that is noted for being roughly the size of a rhino, and is characterized for it's large head, incisors on bottom jaw jut forward like a scraper allowing it to consume an omnivorous diet of mollusks, seaweed, and crustaceans, and a gristly snout that can be used to handle uprooted food into the mouth.
  • Boroder- A large hairy armored porcine found in deserts and savannahs.
  • Camarbou- A large terrestrial caribou-like mammal that has slightly-smaller does. They dwell in polar tundra climates, and gather together in migratory herds of up to twenty animals led by a dominant male. Mating occurs in October. The males in the herd have a brief tussel to see who will be the one to mate with the does in heat this year. However unsuccessful males or those from herds with few females may try to entice does from other herds which can lead to violent confrontations. They can take advantage of other predators to protect themselves from other more-coordinated ones. They come in 10 different species across the AUU.
  • Canerther- A giraffid that is more like an okapi with a strange-looking snout and a giraffe-like coloration of stripes instead of spots, having striped legs. They come in 6 different species across the AUU.
  • Carnicorn- A large unicorn-like antelope with upward water deer tusks, and a large head horn. They were mainly native to Outishra. They come in sentient and unsentien variments, with the sentients noticingly smaller but still a sight to behold.
  • Choisen- An elephant-like tapir with no tusks, elephant-like skin, a small amount of fur, and long trunks.
  • Caainro- A species of horned chevrotain which has 2 small horns on it's head for attracting mates. They hang out on high mountains, while low-dwelling species are very colorful.
  • Carpalxe- A brown mammoth-like muskox with twisted horns and is so large, it can deter most predators. They are usually domesticated for their milk, but not so much as their foul-tasting meat, which doesn't seem to bother predators.
  • Chitihead- A woolly moose-like creature that has different horn shapes depending upon the species, and their heads are coated with a horny plate to soften blows. They fight aggressively for mates, and they use their randomly-shaped horns to search for food. They come in 11 different species across the AUU.
  • Clefeo- A large antelope with crusty long antlers. They are plains-dwelling creatures that have two back crests on their backs that are an evolved form of symbiosis among birds, as they make homes in between these back crests, and even lay their eggs in them, while at the same time still serving to act as a warning against the arrival of a predator. They come in 4 different species across the AUU.
  • Canehorn- A large ungulate which has rhino-like feet, a warthog-like tail, and is noted for the large front-curving cane-like horn on top of it'd head, as well as the smaller ones in the front. They are commonly used for riding on certain worlds.
  • Camrube- A 4-meter tall species of giraffe-like camel that can graze on high-altitude foliage. They have thick fur, and come in groups of 5-12.
  • Caichen- A large trunked saiga the size of a llama. It inhabits light forests, and has a long trunk for grazing on high foliage. It fills a similar niche to deers and is nearly-endangered.
  • Coppotomus- A hippo-like mammal that has a crocodile-like snout and teeth, small amounts of hair, a long tail, small ears, and are still semi-aquatic. They are omnivores that consume seaweed, fish, and large animals.
  • Corotaur- A large rhino-like ungulate that is characterized for it's brightly-colored ornamental structure that is used to attract potential mates. They are placid herbivores that are often aggressive and will not take kindly to sentient beings that intrude their territory.
  • Corgocir- A giant rhino-like mammal that is 75% the size of an orca whale, is very bulky, has long bulky legs, a fan-like horn with colorful display spots for the males, a boney frill on top of it's head, and are roguely aggressive and territorial to even sentient beings.
  • Curvidot- A giant pachyderm that is almost as big as a mammoth, having much smaller tusks, leathery skin and small amounts of hair, and more notably the 6 horns that are arranged in 2 by 3 on the front of it's face. They are very passive-aggressive creatures that can cause a lot of damage, especially when males are competing for mates.
  • Crowon- A small ungulate that has two curved rugged head crests ending with two spikes in the back, have two water deer-like tusks, and long tails. They are social yet curious creatures that are considered in heraldry to recognize and serve royalty or anyone pure who wears a crown. There are 45 different species across the AUU.
  • Crubho- A large rhinoceros-like creature that has numerous horns and tusks on it's face, including a large horny crest on it's upper face. They are blind like regular rhinos, but use birds to detect predators and defend itself. They are aggressive when provoked, and will kill with a single charge. They come in 8 different species across the AUU.
  • Ccamber- A fast camelid that has the ability to entire torpor, lowering their metabolism to survive in harsh environments.
  • Ditann- A species of Sumatran rhino with an oddly-shaped snout used as a battering ram. Unlike other rhinos, it has good eyesight, and is capable of running as fast as a cheetah.
  • Dateer- Sometimes refered to as Barnity. A species of fast-running gazelle with long straight antlers, and hollow bones.
  • Delder- A deer-like mammal that is noted for it's ability to glide long distances with it's frontal legs that have built-in pterosaur-like patagia. It mostly hangs around in high elevations feeding on the nutritious high-elevated plants above.
  • Egachen- A gigantic hornless rhino similar to the extinct Paraceratherium. They are massive creatures that can drive off almost any predator.
  • Earlla- A kind of bison which has heavily-built bodies, has ranging coloration, and has 2 horns, one short one on the top of it's face, and the other on the back of it's head shaped like a cane.Equiok- A miniature equine which is noted for being smaller than the common horse, having two-toes hooves, long-tufted tails, and comes in hundreds of breeds, all having mahogany head and tail hair. The males are larger, and have horns, and the females are smaller. They are commonly used as mounts and pack animals by smaller beings.
  • Fulwama- A trunked llama which evolved from creatures similar to the long extinct Macrauchenia. They are fast runners, travel in herds, and use their long snouts to sniff out for food.
  • Flagiter- A small deer that is noted for it's back-crested antlers that are brightly-colored for males and brown for females, and come in 5 species across the AUU, living in forests, rainforests, and sometimes prairies and wetlands.
  • Fwopyderm- A pachyderm that is similar to Platybelodon, but they have 4 downward-facing tusks, have 4 visible, have hair on their upper areas, and are very aggressive.
  • Gargalope- An elephant-like antelope with massive straight-pointed horns. They use their thick hides to protect it from danger.
  • Gember- a beautiful spieces of Ungulates from planet gem that range from deer-like to giraffe like, known as The Gembers, creatures of a very unigte biological system. The creatures are without the ability to produce fecal matter due to not having a colon track, instead only having a speical stomich that goes beyond digestion. The Gembers are famous for being able to turn anything they eat into gems and other precious stones (Depending on Type), where the most commenplace produce commen gems, the most rare create rare gems, Rarium included. Many want to claim the Gember system either in the name of economic embetterment or for their greedy gus selves, and as such the poor beautiful creatures are targeted by less desireables to turn them into private wealth factories. Luckly, there's three things protecting this lovely world and it's creatures. Laws of Conversation by the Grand Council, Heavy Gem Mining Restrictions in that only the gems the creatures produce are taken, and that Gembers are considered sacred by the planet's native population, the many tribes of pygmy gem donning dog people called the Gemberians.
  • Ganco- A species of dark-brown and white guanaco that hangs out on jungles and grasslands. They can run only 20 mph, but they can use their size as a defense against predators.
  • Ghont- The alternate version of goats that have multiple breeds, wool, 2 side horns and 3 small forehead horns, and three-toed hooves. Sometimes they are known as "Goahts" for the term "Scapegoahts".
  • Goraili- A giant wooly boar which could be found in cold environments. They were the size of rhinos, and their coloration depended either by the species or the environment.
  • Gofe- A giraffid that is known for having a moderately-long and bulky neck, wishbone-like antlers, and a giraffe-like coloration that, instead of the common giraffe coloration, is actually like that of cracked magma rock formations.
  • Grover- A giant giraffid with long legs, a bulky body, a short neck, and black and grey-brown giraffe-like coloration, along with patterned faces. They reside in open plains across the AUU.
  • Grombo- A giant water-buffalo-like creature that has long and powerful horns that regrow after breaking off much faster than an average ungulate, something of which they need or the horns will be too heavy for them. They are water-waders that eat seaweed and sea fruits of shallow waters.
  • Grig- Pig-like alien creatures that have 6 eyes that go around it's head that give it a wider detection of it's surroundings, it has 4 back legs fused together, two front legs, and it commonly preys upon smaller creatures.
  • Hallama- a massive moose-like relative of antelopes with axe-shaped hooves used for impaling anything it charges into as defense.
  • Hippopod- A large long-necked hippo which are curious, but are vicious when angered. They can hold their breath underwater for 2 hours, and eat the aquatic plants and fruits that thrive in the murky waters of their jungle habitat.
  • Horog- A giant boar-like warthog which evolved from entelodont-like pigs. It was known for having 2 sets of large tusks that were on both jaws. The lower ones curved downward while the upper ones curved upward, giving it a lethal charge. They were omnivorous, eating plants, and is also a scavenger which will hunt small animals and steal bigger food from other predators.
  • Helioron- A type of deer which has antlers that form a sun-like shape. The males can often be aggressive, especially when fighting for mates.
  • Hoogo- A giant red warthog that is very aggressive in the wild, having wide curved thorned horns, spots, and hairy backs. Many species are used to ride on in many worlds.
  • Halcle- A giant bovine noted for it's long upward-facing canine horns, and for being very bulky and dangerous when in a herd. They are aggressive animals filled with testosterone and have the most of it when fighting for females.
  • Hasta- A pig-goat forest warthog with small goat horns, four saber teeth, and are a common AUU farm animal.
  • Ippot- A semi-aquatic creature that resembles hippos, only it is much smaller, allowing for easier space and maneuverability in the water.
  • Ildebeest- A species of large hartebeest with horns that look like a wishbone together. They have different coloration ranging from each species.
  • Ietjove- A deer-like ungulate which has a short-tufted tail, differently-shaped antlers, striped legs, and could run very fast.
  • Ilihog- An elephant-sized porcine that is sparsely aggressive, social, and territorial. They can be found in savannas and jungles in groups of 15-56 individuals with balanced varieties of females. They have leathery skin, long tails and snouts, 4 upward-facing tusks, blackish-blue hair on the top of it's neck and upper back, darkish-gray heads, and they were filled with 5 times more testosterone than an elephant, which gives them their active and aggressive nature.
  • Kufu- A furry orange gazelle with feet replacing hooves, and a streaked long tail. It has thick legs for running over 45 mph, as well as it's long straight horns for defense and mating.
  • Kneep- The alternate version of sheep. They have blue-colored wool, and are very precious and curious.
  • Krance- A spotted water buffalo which has 4 horns, 2 curving backward, and the other 2 pointing upward for defense. They usually live in groups of 7-32, and are dangerous in a stampede.
  • Kelk- A moose-like giraffid that takes many savanna climates as the makes have attractive colors and large detailed horns for attracting mates and competing with males.
  • Leteg- A red predatory pig that evolved into hunting in groups.
  • Mammodon- The alternate version of the extinct Mastodon. This species is still alive thanks to adapting more in the changing environment, and are very friendly.
  • Mastoth- The alternate version of mammoths. Thanks to early humans having a compassion for these creatures, they ceased at hunting them, and formed a connection with them.
  • Merf- The alternate version of cows. They are like cows, but the males have four horns on their heads, two downward-curving ones on the sides of their heads, and two upward-curving ones on their foreheads, and they come in different breeds. They're domesticated for their sweet milk and protein-rich meat, but they are noted or their strong body odor.
  • Malamui- A shaggy-white ungulate found in cold environments. They were giant creatures with straight forward-facing tusks, and had a thick white fur coat.
  • Murpot- A hippo-like mammal which evolved a seal/manatee-like body with a tail fin with rough pads that straighten and support it when it's out of the water, it has frontal flippers, a hippo-like head, and it feeds on aquatic fruits and plants.
  • Muscdon- A muscular ungulate with goat-like antlers, a buff and bulky appearance, longer front legs for tearing down trees too tall for it to reach, it's long tufted tail, and it's giraffe-like coloration.
  • Magadonth- A giant pachyderm that is best noted for it's larger bulls with mammoth-like tusks with barbs on the bottom of them, a darker gray skin coloration, large spines on their front legs and backs, and dark-brown hair on the top of their necks, while the females are 17% smaller and have lighter skin, smaller tusks that lack the bottom barbs the males possess, and spines only on their back. They are aggressively damaging when fighting for females, tearing down trees and are easily powerful enough to bring down skyscrapers, making them either menaces or game animals that are currently at the point of endangerment.
  • Mamogont- A small boar-like mammal that is noted for it's large upward-facing tusks, it's leathery skin, the orange hair on the back of it's neck and upper back, it's white-splotched lower back and tail useful for attracting potential mates, and they are omnivorous creatures that come in groups of 15-67 in either jungles, savannahs, and prairies. They are passive-agressive creatures, and they are widely known as apex herbivores as they are widely distributed and numerous across their natural habitats.
  • Malloceros- A hammerhead rhino that stands much larger than an average rhino, can be easily frightened, is nearly-blind, and can be rather aggressive.
  • Mougo- Mountain goat with moderately-longer horns, a black wool coloration, and is famously known for camouflaging itself in night times and even storms, as their wool is electricity-retardant, though they cannot survive all that storms can inflict upon them. This is a tactic used to avoid sensitive predators, especially the ones that live in high altitudes like them.
  • Nilicon- A brutal and bad-tempered frilled rhino with spines and a butt-shaped skull plate as hard as adamantium with 6 straight horns. Unlike the rhino, it has good eyesight, and can charge at a speed of 75 mph, the same speed a cheetah runs.
  • Noosont- A trunked wild pig with short tusks and huge horns on it's head. They are very large and omnivorous.
  • Nolark- A yak-like mountain goat with white-and-gray-spotted coloration. They have ram-like horns for defense, and they have thich fur coats for combating the cold of high mountains.
  • Numbhog- A large porcine roughly the size of a buffalo, having a large wde and flat horn on it's head which serves as a protective helmet when fighting against predators or competing with rival males for a mate.
  • Nyma- A nyala-like antelope that has golden leggings and bottoms, patterned faces, thick fur coats with white and black streaks, thick-furred necks, 2 long horns and 2 short horns, and females that look like an average deer despite the shorter horns.
  • Orvyx- A species of okapi-colored oryx whic hang out in savannahs and jungles. They can run surprisingly fast, and live in herds of 50 or less.
  • Oapijane- An okapi-like horse with black coloration, and black-with-white-stripped legs and neck, and a brown head. They were rarely domesticated, but were very plentiful in the wild.
  • Orlwat- A species of ungulate similar to a wild ass which had evolved into a 2-legged lifestyle while their front legs got smaller and turned into fingers. Their legs are white-and-black-striped and the rest of the body is black and grey.
  • Olufrush- A lake-dwelling pachyderm that takes a similar lifestyle to a manatee. They turned their legs into flippers, their trunks remained to allow for a snorkel, and they can hold their breath for 10 minutes.
  • Octophant- A large pachyderm that is noted for being twice as big as an average elephant, except it has 8 tusks that are used for better fighting against rival males, but worse for property damage. They are territorial passive-aggressive creatures that will attack anything that provokes it or poses as a threat.
  • Olophant- An omnivorous elephant-like boar which has large manes, tufted tails, a durable hide, dozens of species across the AUU, and evolved from entelodonts.
  • Ouroch- A prehistoric cattle similar to the extinct auroch, having long horns, though having serrated edges, small horns on their foreheads, thick wool, and are much larger than the extinct creature they are similar to.
  • Onogo- A bongo-like antelope that has pronghorn-like horns, brown, black, and white-streaked patterns, striped black and brown legs, three-toed hooves, and the females have a wooly mane.
  • Probsoe- A trunked mammal that evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Moerotherium. They have short trunked snouts, and a large size. They are amphibious, and use their large snouts to search for food.
  • Punaga- A tall white and red horned wildebeest with a long lion tail and a fast running speed. They are elusive, and cunning creatures.
  • Porce- A small pig which is noted for it's 4 tusks, 2 of them being on the top of it's snout, it's small size, it's small trunk, and it's passive nature.
  • Pronkes- An okapi-like donkey which is known for living in the savanna in groups of 8-26. They have white-and-black-striped legs, and even their bottoms and tails are black-and-white.
  • Plake- A massive yak-like creature with a thick fur coat, long horns, and can live in groups of 21-42. They are farmed in certain areas for their milk and meat.
  • Pottahog- A large hippo-like porcine that has long curved tusks, and is as bulky as a hippo. They are semi-aquatic creatures that can stay longer underwater than hippos, and they are equally as aggressive and territorial.
  • Panzryme- A small deer-like ungulate that is distinguished for it's back spines that are useful for protection, it's toe-like hooves, and it's crooked-backward horns which it uses for protection. They are quick runners and fighters, and can elude a predator thanks to increased coordinative intelligence.
  • Pakygrote- A large pachyderm 2 times larger than elephants, and is noted for it's large curved tusks, and the rhino-like horns on their heads. They are aggressively-territorial creatures that will attack any strangers, including rival males or females looking for a mate, which they will have to hold off in a careful mating ritual that, if done wrong, can result in her demise. When done right, the female leaves and raises her young for several years until she mates again, driving off her offspring to make a life of their own.
  • Portspog- A horse-like porcine whose broad hooves can allow it to run in swampy marshes in it's temperate forest environment. They have a long snout, a long tail, Pigs are generally omnivores, eat lots of food of animal origin. Unlike most porcines, it is a full herbivore that consumes grass, and it lives in large herds with an alpha male.
  • Pipmie- A long-legged porcine with a short trunk, large incisors, a tufted tail, and occur in jungles and savannahs in 810 species all over the AUU.
  • Plaxyphant- A spined ceratopsian-frilled Pachyderm that, despite being smaller than an average elephant, is still rough and not to be messed with. The bulls have large spines and highly-detailed frills, horns, and tusks and are the most aggressive and destructive when fighting for territory and females, whereas the females have less-detailed frills and smaller horns and tusks.
  • Qrechus- A 3-lumped camel with a long neck, 2 forward-facing tusks, and hangs out in various desert planets.
  • Quomma- A zebra-like equine that occupies the same genus as the xzerba, and closely resembled the extinct quagga. Like said creature, it was distinguished from the xzerbas by its limited pattern of primarily brown and white stripes, mainly on the front part of the body.
  • Ribhorn- A buffalo-like ungulate that is noted for it's rib-like horns that are widely used to attract potential mates.
  • Sorga- A species of fleet-footed saigas with impressive running speed, and a vast jumping height. They are capable of climbing mountains and steep slopes.
  • Spucker- A small furry boar with a long trunk snout, a tufted tail, four short and long tusks, and are actually very aggressive for their size.
  • Shurgo- A wooly boar which has thick fur, a short trunk, 2 long curved tusks and 2 forward-facing tusks, and ranged coloration depending upon the species or environment. They have bodies similar to yaks.
  • Spiynbeest- An equine known for the long horns on it's face, head, and back. They are herd animals that are passive, but are capable of defending themselves as their horns make it difficult to hunt.
  • Setuh- An afrotherian which looks like a cross between a dog and a tapir, but is closely related to hyrax-like creatures. They had long tufted tails, a short trunk, and four dog-like legs.
  • Stalhog- A large porcine that has long legs, two long incisors in their mouth for digging out roots and tubers, long legs for extended and quick running, and is signified for it's huge osseous horn on it's head. They travel in small herds of family groups.
  • Stegimus- A large antelope that has a large frill on it's head barbed with horns. The frill is brightly-colored in males to attract mates. They commonly appear in forests, and come in 17 different species across the AUU.
  • Torpion- A species of oddly-colored and horned tapir with a brutal attitude and a protective instinct.
  • Tiliton- A long-necked rhino with no horns on it's nose. Instead, it has 4 horns on the top of it's head pointing backward. The creature simply cannot charge since it's long neck is a problem. Instead it uses it's head to push somthing down, or it can even run it over with it's massive body.
  • Turmis- An insectivorous warthog that has a long retractable tongue, two tusks that form a pickaxe-like shape with the long snout, long tufted tails, clawed frontal hooves, and live in sparsely-large herds.
  • Twisthorn- A ram that has longer twisted horns that defend, fight against predators and rival males, and attract potential mates. They come in 48 different species across the AUU.
  • Tenteen- A large xeno-ungulate that evolved 4 tusks, a skull-like armored head, a pangolin-like boney back, multiple tentacle-like tongues, elephant-like legs, and short elephant-like tails. They are very sparse creatures spread across the AUU.
  • Tracthon- An aggressive rhino-like ungulate that has a powerful and durable hammer-shaped horn on it's snout which it uses to push obstacles like a bulldozer, as well as to ram into trees and graze on the food. There are 15 different species across the AUU.
  • Toognath- A species of prehistoric elephant that evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Deinotherium. It has tusks on the bottom of it's lower jaw, and a long trunk.
  • Targalope- A species of yellow-faced antelope which has a yellow nose that tricks predators into thinking they have a poisonous bite, when they actually don't. They actually mimic the similar Yeelalope, which is known for it's poisonous bite. The Targalope uses this to keep safe.
  • Taurge- A cow-like bovid which has thick horns, brown fur, and a thick body. They are often used for livestock, and are very lethal in stampedes.
  • Tiraffo- A giraffe-like ungulate with a spotted head, a long striped neck, and a thick body. They are sometimes very aggressive when disturbed, or will sometimes run away.
  • Toltabeest- A species of large wildebeest with a striped neck and legs, has a battering-ram-like skull for hoarding off predators, and they are very dangerous in a stampede.
  • Tharse- A 2-toed horse which is noted for it's domestication in riding. They are brown in color, have white-stripped flanks, tan heads, short bushy tails, and long manes on their backs and chests.
  • Turth- A swine that uses a long-sticky tongue to feed on small eusocial insects, and is immune to many forms of venom. They have a gray-and-white coloration with okapi-like legs and a striped neck, has a long snout with 2 short tusks, a warthog-like tail, and hair on it's upper body.
  • Taptry- A large tapir-like creature that is roughly 10% bigger than an elephant. They have feet-like hooves, long trunks, have very little fur, short ears, and feed on grass and fruits.
  • Uaraphant- An elephant-like creature which is about as strong as an elephant, only they are much dangerous in a stampede. Their tusks and horns ensure that nothing gets past it, and it's hide is so thick that predators can barely penetrate it.
  • Ualcgin- A brown-and-black takin which are often kept as livestock for their meat. They have upward-facing horns for defense, and they have partially-thick fur coats.
  • Welk- A large elk-like creature about as large as the extinct Irish Elk, but very wooly and white.
  • Winjus- A dark-brown-and-white-spotted musk deer which can elude predators with quick bursts of speed and amazing balance.
  • Xzerba- A zebra-like equine that, despite having a black-and-white-striped body, and have brown legs, are known for their similar hereditary, which is an efficient method of avoiding predator strategy, as they are so identical, it's difficult to identify the sickest and weakest member.
  • Yonith- A furry tusked and bizarre-horned wooly rhino with a dangerous reputation. They will attack anything it sees as a threat.
  • Yeelalope- A species of yellow-faced antelope which is known for it's poisonous bite, which contains blood-poisoning toxins that can cause instant death. Despite this form of defense, they are herbivores.
  • Yimba- A long-necked antelope which grazes in tall trees for foliage and fruits. They are tall creatures with a backward-facing horn, thin fragile legs, and ranging coloration depending upon the species.
  • Yespin- A semi-aquatic boar with a long trunk and long thin legs. They can remain underwater for 30 minutes, and they are very slow on land, yet it's thick hide protects it.
  • Zaranta- A large elephant-like pig that dwells in temperate savannas. They are omnivorous, eating fruits, and dead animals.
  • Zambora- An okapi-like zebra which has a black-and-white-striped lower areas and a brown upper area. They come in groups of 51-59, and are protective of their own herds.
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  • Carnicorn- An omnivorous giant antelope with a large unicorn-like horn that can be found in open deserts.
  • Cergline- A small goat noted for it's colorful glowing horns, and a smaller evolutionary cousin of the Sheen. It was introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

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  • Hipte- A hippo with a manatee tail and a higher lung capacity of 1 hour, allowing it to swim in marine waters for long periods of time.
  • Hiroffe- A giant horse-like giraffid with long legs, no long neck, but a series of head horns going down it's head and neck, as well as giraffe spots on it's back.

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  • Pilligine- An aggressive porcine with a golden mane, bat ears, and lion tail, being omnivorous and not fond of any trespassers in their herd.

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  • Sheen- A small cervine that is noted for it's bioluminescent horns and it's cute appearance.

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  • Womwa- A small white mammoth-like afrotherian that can be found in massive herds on tundra planets.
  • Woolitaur- A woolly bull that dwells in snowy climates and has horns that can kill in an instant.

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Marsupials

Marsupials of the AUU are more evolved than OUU marsupials, evolving to control their own pregnancies through their signature pouches, or can store multiple eggs in one, or even have multiple wombs in one, allowing easier reproduction and therefore easier survival of the species.

USRA
  • Abcadan- A white and brown marsupial lemur that is like a blend between a ring-tailed lemur and a sifaka lemur. They are omnivorous, eating fruits and bugs, and sometimes other meats.
  • Aybat- A medium-sized numbat-like creature which were semi-arboreal, eating nuts and berries. They were very elusive and had a poisonous bite that was only toxic to certain creatures.
  • Arthax- A monkey-like brushtail possum with a prehensile bushy tail which it uses for swinging across the trees. They come in many different species.
  • Arag- A marsupial bear which is a solitary creature. They range in size depending on the species, and they have moderately-long tails.
  • Bradyne- A marsupial sloth with a long prehensile tail, 4-fingered hands, and amazing agility. They hang out in rainforests and jungles.
  • Bilzby- A kangaroo-sized wallaby with a brown-with-white-spotted coloration, and are omnivorous creatures that eat both leaves and bugs.
  • Bawarn- A kangaroo-like creature noted for it's snout, which has a large inflatable sac, resembling a hooded seal, which is used for creating loud calls for communication.
  • Bocrase- A chinchilla-sized kultarr which commonly feeds on rotting meat. They were shy creatures that lived in colonies, and they ranged in color depending on the species.
  • Chusammga- A monkey-like marsupial with grasping arms and legs, opposable digits and a prehensile tail. It spends most of it's time in the trees of wetland jungles.
  • Crallot- A marsupial bat which evolved from koala-like creatures. They stayed most active during the night, and fed on insects and leaves.
  • Charsex- A predatory quoll which has various colorations depending upon the species. They are solitary ambush creatures that attack the weakest of it's prey.
  • Carsum- A semi-arboreal nocturnal predatory possum that kills by launching attacks from the trees, and attacking the neck silently with it's serrated teeth.
  • Cauteroo- A kangaroo-like creature with a lion-like mane that gives it it's name, resembling that of a cauter, along with a lion-like tail. It has long pointed ears, and powerful clawed legs for powerful kicks. They come in 23 different species across the AUU.
  • Dombit- An ape-like koala which lives like gorillas, living in groups of 10-18. They are very aggressive when disturbed, and are rather intelligent.
  • Devel- A predatory wallaby that uses it's speed to chase down it's prey in outback climates, or leaps from the trees to catch prey. They are solitary hunters, and are often aggressive and less curious among sentient beings.
  • Dilzuby- A 3-meter long wombat that is bulky, aggressive, is completely terrestrial, and has small tusks on the bottom of it's jaw and coming out from the lips, which are used to uproot edible plants such as roots and tubers.
  • Gianser- A sloth-like kangaroo that has a massive size, long limbs used for grabbing high foliage, and a brown with white spots and stripes coloration.
  • Garogun- A predatory kangaroo which commonly walks on all fours, but is able to stand up when wrestling or chasing a meal. Their kicking legs and arms are packed with claws that can inflict serious injury.
  • Gollin- A small marsupial similar to the antechinus. They were commonly pests, but they were also commonly pets. They came in many different species.
  • Hontor- A species of marsupial panther with a gray coloration with black streaks. They are carnivorous marsupials that evolved from carnivorous marsupials that shared a convergent evolution from marsupials similar to the extinct Thylacoleo marsupial lion.
  • Hirlon- A Tasmanian-Devil-like predatory nocturnal creature which is distinguished by it's predatory nature, it's black-with-white-spotted coloration, it's long bushy tail, and it's poisonous bites.
  • Ipar- A marsupial marten with a long prehensile tail, a gray with white spotted coloration, and short paws with long claws.
  • Jeejha- An arboreal kangaroo which has a prehensile tail, has legs that have adapted for agility when jumping across the trees, and they mainly feed on the fruits that grow in the trees.
  • Jingabe- A rabbit-like dunnart which has a long tail, long legs, and are the size of a mara. They were herbivorous creatures that commonly ate fallen nuts, berries, and leaves.
  • Kangalot- A rabbit-eared oddly-colored kangaroo with improved hearing abilities and a wider jumping height and speed. They are found in temperate outback climates.
  • Kangcoot- A kangaroo known for it's striped tail, and it's impressive evasive and hunting tactics.
  • Kabteg- A predatory kowari which hunts in packs of 10-18. Their sizes and coloration depended upon the species, and they were sometimes passive as pets.
  • Kabbi- A rabbit-like kangaroo which is about the size of an average rabbit. They were quick sprinters that avoided predators very easily, came in 5 different species, and were often great as pets.
  • Korthga- A kangaroo which is noted for having a large rhino-like horn on their snouts for easier self-defense. They are still surprisingly fast, and come in 5 different species.
  • Krogue- A marsupial hermin that is an efficient hunter who eats reptiles, small animals, and is very good at hunting birds. They can climb trees to avoid bigger predators, and it is only social during the mating season.
  • Kockaroo- A giant kangaroo that had powerful kicks from the claws on their soles, possess six pouches, and are very passive-aggressive.
  • Leptonyx- A species of medium-sized kangaroo-like mammals that evolved from animals similar to the extinct Leptictidium. They have long snouts used for sniffing out prey, as well as an acute sense of hearing. They are fast and agile.
  • Muzagroo- A large kangaroo-like creature which is a distant relative to the Kangalot. They are omnivores that eat fruit and dead meat. They have good defense skills, have manes and more hair on their chests, tufted tails, small spots, and are dark in color.
  • Marse- A marsupial mouse that burrows in dens, and is naked in a similar way to a naked mole rat. They are pests, yet they are very shy.
  • Marpgum- A predatory opossum that can jump and run across the trees of it's forest home, notably having a comb-shaped thumb claw on it's foot for fur care. It is a solitary mammal that hunts small mammals and birds.
  • Monten- An arboreal marsupial monkey marten that has a long prehensile tail, paws with movable, well-developed opposable fingers and large claws, large eyes that glow in the dark, and are omnivores that eat small birds and chicks, rodents, insects, berries and young leaves.
  • Minro- A long-legged wallaby with a striped tail, can use tools, and quick movement speeds.
  • Nabicoot- A type of bandicoot with an orange with dark red streaked coloration. They are intelligent creatures with impressive speed, an acute sense of smell, and the unique ability to use their large ears to hear predators far away from them.
  • Nanowe- A small marsupial shrew with a long tail, a bright orange coloration with dark-red spots, and a long snout.
  • Nouahla- A koala-like herbivorous marsupial with pointed rabbit-ears, and are among the many crepuscular marsupials in the AUU. It and the very similar Torala both evolved from divergent evolution.
  • Nallow- A marsupial mole-like jerboa which is colonial and behaves like meerkats, digging tunnels in the ground for safety and for collecting the worms and tubers that they eat.
  • Namcho- A kangaroo-like quokka which are omnivorous, and range in color depending on the species. They will eat any meat they find, and they are very elusive from predators.
  • Nuggmot- A small marsupial rat similar to a numbat, hanging out in outback worlds as a pest that invades sewers, and are very common pets in the exotic trade. They come in 36 different species across the AUU.
  • Oichin- A predatory possum which hunts in packs. They hunt like wolves and tackle large prey, and they are very easy to tame. They are commonly kept as pets.
  • Obchong- A kangaroo-like woylie which are omnivorous creatures. They were known for living in outback deserts in massive colonies, had the colorations of meerkats, and were often curious.
  • Ongby- A marsupial agouti closely related to wallaby-like mammals. They are scavengers that consume carrion from dead animals. They are fast creatures that can elude any larger predator. They sometimes share a relationship with large predators such as carnivorous monitor lizards, unintentionally offered shares of food and protection. When the larger predators finish their fill, they'll steal as much as they can, and other predators that feed on them will disturb their larger predator protectors.
  • Pithaby- A monkey-like wallaby with a long prehensile tail. They can be found climbing on trees searching for leaves to eat. They also show signs of intelligence.
  • Parslia- A semi-aquatic kangaroo which has evolved it's long feet into kicking webbed feet, and their tails have shrank. They now feed on fish and aquatic fruits.
  • Qackle- A marsupial hyena that is roughly 2 times bigger than an average hyena, has strong jaws capable of breaking bone, and it is a good runner. It can hunt in packs of up to 21-42 individuals, and is noted for it's intimidating laughter-like noises.
  • Quader- A gray kangaroo with two small head crests, and can sprint 100 mph.
  • Ravda- A marsupial mouse which feeds on nectar, sap, or honey. They will raid any house if they smell it's natural food there. They are famous for their fur coloration changing from light-gray in the morning and black in the night.
  • Rynthe- A predatory thylacine similar to the extinct Tasmanian Tiger. They were pack-hunting ambush predators who used strategy to pick off the weakest or smartest of targets.
  • Racigo- A rabbit-like bilby which were very fast creatures. They had large patterned ears, long tufted tails, and patterned fur which ranged depending on the species.
  • Strutheri- A skinny kangaroo which can use it's well-adapted long legs to run at high speeds. Not even the fastest predators could tackle it.
  • Scimpy- A koala-like marsupial noted for having males with brightly-colored noses to attract mates. Unlike koalas, these creatures are crepuscular, meaning they sleep at twilight. They come in 11 different species across the AUU.
  • Torala- A species of rabbit-eared koala that hangs out in outback planets. They are nocturnal like real-life koalas, and they are good at blending into their surroundings.
  • Thyerk- A thylacine that is among the most common in the AUU, having dark coloration, and brightly-colored stripes on their backs that were used to attract mates. There are 88 different species across the AUU.
  • Thylzene- A predatory nocturnal semi-arboral koala that hunts from the trees and launches attacks in the air, using it's claws and deadly muzzles and incisors to deliver fatal bites. There are 18 different species across the AUU.
  • Tonk- A trunked kangaroo which uses it's trunk for grabbing foliage in high places, as well as for other uses. They are fast travelers which have fur that it uses for camouflage from predators.
  • Tryshen- A lion-like thylacine which hunt in groups of 8-17. They had long manes, tufted tails, and are about the size of a jaguar.
  • Thycer- A predatory bandicoot which is a close relative to the Nabicoot. They were pack-hunters which worked in groups of 7-15, tackling creatures even bigger than themselves.
  • Toleg- A kangaroo-like marsupial distinguished for their leg membranes which allow them to glide long distances, and are efficient swimmers, hunting fish and shellfish.
  • Thylther- A Thylacosmilus-like thylacine common in not just outbacks, but jungles, rainforests, and savannas, taking the niche of predatory felines. It has 2 pairs of aligned saber-teeth, and had two large bone growths on it's mandible that ran alongside both teeth so they had extra support and protection when the jaw was closed.‭ They were solitary predators that only reproduced in a rite-of-passage that required hunting among a mate to prove it's strength, and reproduce when it has proved it's worth. They come in 13 different species across the AUU.
  • Troola- A primate-like marsupial lion that attacks from the trees, and carries it's young in it's pouch.
  • Ursike- A bear-like possum with a short tail, an omnivorous diet, and a bad attitude. They are capable of playing dead in order to surprise it's prey.
  • Ulamer- A species of marsupial lemur with grasping arms, and a prehensile tail. They are agile, fast, and omnivorous, eating both tree leaves and dead meat.
  • Uopith- An enormous marsupial gorilla similar t koalas with a bizarre coloration, and sharp claws. They are very intelligent creatures who have been hinted to have used tools many times before.
  • Ugany- A nocturnal gliding possum with black-and-white-spotted coloration. They fed on small insects and worms, and were capable of gliding with specially-built patagia.
  • Waraby- A squirrel-like wallaby from desert outback planets. They are quick on their feet, and have excellent hearing and smell.
  • Woben- A marsupial squirrel which has ranging coloration, long ears like a rabbit, and were considered pests for raiding houses for food. But sometimes they are kept as pets.
  • Womlin- A sloth-like wombat which eats the leaves and fruits of trees while dangling upside-down. They were as calm as koalas, and only needed less sleep.
  • Wollon- A giant wombat-like marsupial that dwells within caves and is sparsely-populated across their homes on outback worlds across the AUU. They are herbivores that migrate annually as their homes get colder, and will charge when distressed, dealing damage to anything in it's way.
  • Zethi- A wallaby-like creature which eats small mammals and reptiles. They do have predators of their own, but they are able to elude them through good hearing and lightning-fast jumping speed.
  • Zabbith- A rhino-sized wombat similar to the extinct Diprotodon. They are gentle creatures that can be very violent when angered, and are noted for their purple snouts.
  • Zawrun- A marsupial wolf which hunts in groups of 14-31. They were curious creatures when unactive, and when they're active, they're aggressive and mean, having the coloration of a jaguar.
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  • Digre- A burrowing marsupial meerkat-wallaby found in colonies all over outbacks in the AUU.

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  • Shrenkle- A predatory nocturnal and subterranean marsupial possum-kangaroo that hates light, and hunts in massive groups lead by an alpha joey. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria, and are the evolutionary ancestors of the Eerioses of Lapse Wastes.

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Primates

Primates of the AUU carry 2x intelligence capacity than OUU primates. Each primate can use one or more tools or use intelligent survival skills.

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  • Arapith- An 8-limbed spider monkey that is similar to the Hexilla, considering they're both part of the same evolutionary chain. Arapiths make their homes out of jungle vines like a spider's web, and is omnivorous, eating fruits, fish, and steal fresh meat from other predators.
  • Asimicus- An omnivorous large baboon with sideburn-like manes, small saberteeth, and color-changing buttocks.
  • Borfin- A kangaroo-like lemur which can hop surprisingly fast and is very good at sensing it's surroundings.
  • Bemur- A bear-like lemur that is an almost exclusively terrestrial animal, climbing trees rarely and mostly only at a young age. It is an omnivore that scavenges for dead meat, and consumes fruits, seeds, and fungi.
  • Beangutan- A large semi-arboreal semi-quadruped orangutan/bear-like primate that dwells in deep jungles looking for things to eat, and a mate to spread it's kin, being well equipped for self-defense with it's strength and power.
  • Brutug- An ape with armadillo-like colorful back armor, monstrous teeth, and a wishbone-like horn.
  • Clatam- a sloth-like prosimian primate with an armored prehensile tail as protection against predators.
  • Cycoon- A coast-dwelling semi-aquatic white baboon that lives in dense forests during the winter feeding on fruits and insects, then goes to the coast in the summer to dive into shallow waters and feed on crustaceans, mollusks, and seaweed.
  • Cheella- A cat-like primatoid that can be found in rainforest climates and take the niche of lemurs. They are vicious and aggressive amongst creatures that are alien to it. They come in 19 different species across the AUU.
  • Corthu- A cat/raccoon-like primatoid related to the cheella, and occupying the same niche. However, they are more slender, coordinated, and elegant, and are crepuscular frugivores.
  • Challen- A monkey with a goblin face and nose holes, white front neck manes, and tiny colorful buttocks.
  • Cuimpzee- The chimpanzee of the AUU, being the size of an average human, head and back-neck hair, can use tools, and come in 75 subspecies.
  • Darmini- A monkey noted for it's flamboyant coloration of whites, browns, blacks, and oranges, a dark-purplish-gray faces, glowing gold eyes, and are very agile climbers that take extreme risks in their arboreal habitat. They are often pests that steal things for their intelligent display of life.
  • Desertfoot- A small genetically-engineered human-like primate which can live in deserts and survive without food or water for weeks. They can climb on cacti easily without touching the thorns, can evade and actually kill predators, and they are naturally capable of building tools, primarily out of cactus thorns. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Faaboon- An omnivorous and arboreal baboon with colorful faces, tan or brown coloration, and it is rarely seen using tools.
  • Floomo- A very small gliding monkey commonly seen in tropical wetland forests.
  • Farah- A tarsier that has a long whiplike tail and is one of the most elusive primates in the AUU.
  • Gargarilla- A muscular 9ft tall orangutan-like gorilla with spots and vast strength. Evolving from creatures similar to Gigantopithecus, these behemoths are one of the largest primates in the Alternate UUniverses. There are 2 species: Savanna Gargarillas, which hangs out in savannas and jungles, and Tundra Gargarillas, which lives in tundrous climates.
  • Gorinian- A medium-sized species of chimp which are 99.95% similar to the AUU humans. They were basically the AUU version of chimps, being extraordinarily intelligent, having good climbing and athletic abilities, and are more closely related to gibbon-like animals rather than chimp-like animals.
  • Gargantuan- The biggest of the transhumans which have been known to kill humans and many other sentient beings. They are the size of a T-Rex, and has often been known to use tools in the wild. It is an omnivorous being which has a bear-like appetite, eating berries, honey, fish, and even people every now and again. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Goloda- A gelada-like ape that is known for having red greatly-displayed chests and breasts. They are very social and omnivorous creatures that use tools very well.
  • Gwong- A six-limbed giant primatoid ape with small side tusks, scaly necks, armored heads, red faces, and feral hatred of sentient beings and sentientised animals, even if it's a counterpart to them. They are mainly native to Outishra.
  • Horboo- A carnivorous lion-maned striped primate that does not use tools, but kill it's prey in numbers. These primates are usually kept as pets.
  • Hexilla- A species of 8-limbed gorilla that has a greater intellect than a regular gorilla. It uses better tools than a Kreeron, and it has the ability to roll into a ball like Stitch, and roll around destroying anything in it's path. This gorilla is no pushover, and can be very snobby. It's 6 fists are so dangerous, it's pounding force can deliver a blow as lethal as a rhino's charge.
  • Heankey- A small monkey that live in small hierarchic family groups in forest canopies, communicate in 20 different ways, Animals communicate with each other by means of various sounds; in “language” of healer monkey there is about 20 various signals, and eat fruit while passing some to other animals while also grooming the animals of parasites in exchange for protection while their own good hearing and sight warn of predators by loud cries.
  • Isnagutan- An orangutan-like primate with mud-brown fur, deep-gray skin, salmon buttocks, and are very agile.
  • Jogang- An orangutan-like semi-arboreal tailless lemur which has golden fur and golden skin with human-like faces. They are very common in savanna worlds and are omnivorous creatures.
  • Jumzoble- A giant quadruped baboon that has adapted for an Ice-Age-like climate. They are large omnivorous and territorial creatures that are passive-aggressive, and will attack anything that poses a threat or agitates it. They are semi-solitary creatures that will change their solitary habits throughout their lifestyles when necessary as circumstances can allow them to create a troop.
  • Kreeron- An intellectual omnivorous lemur with a short tail, a small amount of fur, vast agility, and a great tactical brilliance. They use highly advanced tools to gather fruit and kill prey.
  • Kongin- A species of mandrill which grow very large, and have lion-like manes on their necks, have blue and white faces, and are herbivorous.
  • Larmur- A tan ringtailed lemur from many places around the Alternate UUniverses. They are agile, clever, and very reflexive.
  • Lougger- A quadruped primate that is best known for agitating nearby animals with it's calls that are much louder than a howler monkey, as well as it's habits of thievery and property damage. They are omnivorous, as they eat fallen fruit and rotten carcasses.
  • Lestoon- A large monkey that evolved in a very scary way. Descended from monkeys that were pests to sentient beings, they have adapted well to this hobby and have made it their very norm, thus becoming a social, omnivorous primate the size of a baboon that, while feeding on or stealing plants and rotten meat and being intelligent jerks to other animals and sometimes themselves when not in urban areas, they will adapt well out of fear of sentient beings, and often use their strength of numbers, their grabby hands and feet, and their sharp teeth and claws, to overwhelm larger animals, including sentient beings, for food. They have been good at thievery that an entire troop of 200 individuals can cause a lot of injuries and deaths in any urban area, and even know zoovocalism and offend sentient beings in vulgar ways, thus safety and counter measures are established when approaching one of these primates, including not provoking an individual, putting up protective walls that even the intelligent creatures cannot pass, or animal control. Due to their AUU-wide endangered status, they are protected by law, and thus everyone is advised to follow the guidelines of dealing with these primates in order to avoid breaking the law.
  • Leaper- A genetically-engineered lemur-like primate with the intelligence of an Australopithecus and can leap through trees with ease. They are also fast runners on both two and four limbs, and have a long lion-like tail for agility. They are omnivorous and are naturally immune to many poisons. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Lemma- A sapient lemur with no tail, and are somewhat primitively intelligent, capable of using basic tools, adapting, and sharing a kind of culture to their kin.
  • Leet- A miniature primatoid that behaves more like a rodent.
  • Monkelle- An ungulate-like monkey that, despite looking like an antelope, it is a digitigrade with feet that are still dextrous and useful for grabbing food, evolving from quadruped-based monkeys. They fill the niche of antelopes in savannas across the AUU, and they can carry their young on their backs.
  • Meatoon- A carnivorous baboon that has been documented being capable of coordinated hunting within their troop, having a bald lower body and a furry upper body, a short lion-like tail, prehensile hands and feet, long canines, and blue bottoms.
  • Nobe- A loris-like primate known for a loris-like face, body, yet large bat/cat-like ears, and are mainly nocturnal.
  • Ojutan- An orangutan-like arboreal primate which has orange fur and black human-like faces, and have an omnivorous diet. Troops of these creatures are only hostile when threatened.
  • Ouran- An aerial lemur-like primate common in multiple jungle worlds. They are equipped with large membrane-like wings attached to its arms that allow it to take flight, has two very wide, long bat-like ears on its head that give it fantastic hearing, it has a monkey-like tail, acute senses, and is also very quick and agile.
  • Pithite- A human-like baboon with a chimpanzee's body, a mandrill's face, and a human-like structure. It's known for being capable of standing upright, climbing on trees with great flexibility, and is recognized for it's yellow skin coloration.
  • Poklem- A cat-like creature evolved from primates. They are monogamous creatures that often live and hunt in family groups, and the babies later go off and form their own family group in later years. They have long prehensile tails, and frontal legs that function as both front legs and opposable arms.
  • Ramaki- A carnivorous primate similar to baboons that uses tools to slaughter it's prey.
  • Roscis- A muscular and large species of gorilla-like proboscis monkeys with massive strength, agility, and a great sense of smell. They are omnivorous, so be careful not to piss one of these creatures off.
  • Robaine- A presimian primate that spends time in the trees of jungle planets. They make their homes in the trees like birds, and they rarely go to the ground.
  • Rabemur- A species rabbit/lemur-like primate which is noted for it's rabbit-like ears, it's agility, it's prehensile tail, it's sand-blue coloration, and it's omnivorous diet.
  • Robis- A large loris-like primate that's much faster than it's OUU counterpart.
  • Sozaboon- A gorilla-like baboon with pointed elf ears and a large intellect. They live in jungles, savannahs, and grasslands.
  • Savaboon- A savanna-dwelling baboon with a spotted dull-yellow coloration, a white mane, and a blue bottom. They live in family groups of 10-20 individuals, and they run across the savannas of rainforest worlds searching for food. They are omnivores that build nests in secluded areas of the savanna, and some serve as sentries in tall trees to look out for danger. They are also aggressive creatures that live in a tough hierarchy.
  • Snatcher- A genetically-engineered semi-aquatic human-like primate which hunts for fish in deep murky waters and lakes. They have flattened feet and clawed hands, and can actually camouflage itself with it's white-and-blue coloration, snatching water birds and fish right out of the water. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Snowbeast- A vicious human-like gorilla carnivore that lives in tundras and snowy arctics. They are larger than the Wildfoot, and can often be hostile. They are among the rarest of transhuman beings due to their small population and secluded habitats. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Sonkey- A sloth-like gorilla that takes the same niche as sloths, but they are not slow due to metabolism, can hang upside down on their limbs, are good swimmers in the flooded environments of their rainforest home, are roughly the size of a chimpanzee, and are very shy.
  • Tavaset- A marmoset-like primate native to tropical island worlds across the AUU. They mostly come from rainforest climates that suffered climate change, forcing these primate to migrate or be introduced to new climates. All 73 species across the AUU have larger hair bushes on the sides of their heads, and they can come in wider varieties like a common monkey.
  • Treeman- A genetically-engineered arboreal human-like primate which can only be found in the trees and has flexible movement. They are quite agile and can swing across the trees with incredible flexibility, being engineered with the greatest flexibility of any primate. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Tinkerer- A genetically-engineered semi-sentient chimp/human-like primate which has the greatest tool use of any transhuman. They are often seen as inventive pets and laborers for tinkering. In the wild, they use anything they find to their advantage, whether it be hunting, scavenging, killing, swimming, flying, anything. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Tetralla- A four-armed ape that are rough yet intelligent high-dwelling primates that are classified as quarter-intelligent. They are social creatures that are curious around sentient beings, yet alphas are very aggressive and the biggest of family groups.
  • Troom- A lemur-like baboon that has been a branching cousin that are entirely quadruedal like baboons, yet have long prehensile tails, and are arboral omnivores. There are over 1,000 species across the AUU.
  • Ukorilla- A gorilla-like ukari monkey with a face capable of changing color. This unique ability is a kind of mating ritual for opposite genders.
  • Wildfoot- A genetically-engineered human-like gorilla with muscular build and stature. They are often intelligent beings who have been shown using tools in the wild, yet will not hesitate to attack something when it feels it's a threat. Only native to the Planet Exalt.
  • Yatse- A yeti-like primate that dwells in high elevations and comes with the ability to change it's hair color to black and gray or white, usually for camouflage.
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  • Apeser- A giant cave-dwelling ape that is not very welcoming, and can use tools, and are only social in social seasons when they meet in hot springs.

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  • Boober- A small ape with colorful buttocks and breasts for attracting mates.

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  • Coari- A bald uakari ape with mandrill face patterns, and a very intelligent and coordinated ape.
  • Cranche- A giant primatoid with a mane of golden hair, long side-horns, furry arms and legs, and are fiercely intelligent.

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  • Droogter- A giant ape-monkey with a bushy long tail, a reptilian snout, powerful arms and legs, and a gorilla-level intelligence.

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  • Gangatang- A large ape-orangutan with colorful mandrill pecs that can walk upright or on all fours.
  • Garogola- A giant feral ape with a lion mane and small horns on it's back head.
  • Goloden- A golden monkey with bluish skin, gold fur, a long rainbow prehensile tail, a colorful butt, and colorful face.
  • Gwong- A giant four-limbed ape that can crawl on all sixes and roll. It has immense physical strength and can often come in family groups.

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  • Leink- A monkey lemur with an extremely long striped tail that goes completely black as it goes down the butt. They are solitary primates and are curious or shy amongst sentient beings.

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  • Molvetey- An ape with crazy mandrill colors on the face, chest, butt, and even crotch. These colors are present on both genders to attract each other.

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  • Ommo- A mandrill with a colored striped lemur tail. Though it is not poisonous, this coloration attracts mates and falsely-advertises aposematism to trick predators into thinking it's poisonous.

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  • Ugle- A gorilla noted for it's colorful facial structures.

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  • Wivy- A snow monkey with a colorful tail that attracts potential mates.
  • Wooltherium- A giant woolly ape similar to Gigantopitchecus, but can walk and use tools, and is strictly a herbivore, having a very thick layer of hair like a mammoth.

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  • Yeatimus- A giant yeti with long sideburns, large horns, powerful muscular arms, and can camouflage themselves as rocks.
  • Yormir- A giant Viking-horned yeti with white, gray, or black fur, immense strength, and are omnivorous.

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Other Land Mammals

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  • Aguadillo- A semi-aquatic armadillo with a beaver tail, webbed feet, and a hard shell. They can stay underwater for over 20 minutes.
  • Ambule- A species of walking spined whale that descended from creatures similar to Ambulocetus. They were amphibious, and could swim surprisingly fast, and were also capable of walking on land.
  • Aquanx- An aquatic rabbit with webbed hind feet, a fast swimming speed, and eats fish and underwater plants.
  • Arrin- A shrew-sized hedgehog which feeds on tiny insects. They are unable to curl into a ball, but they are swift runners like mice.
  • Askoga- An arboreal sloth-like hyrax which is known for feeding on the leaves of trees. They have 4 fingers, the two middle ones being longer for easy climbing.
  • Aisin- A flying cetacean which can commonly be found flying in the skies of oceans. While they retain their semi-aquatic features, they have taken up flight through large leathery wings, and inflatable hydrogen sacs under their lungs for keeping themselves in the air.
  • Alikwall- A large ursine-like mammal that is a very powerful and dangerous hunter and scavenger. While it feeds on meat, it also feeds on berries that give it a natural immunity to sting venom to get at honey. They are like the bears of the AUU. They have long incisors, a short racoon-like tail, and a meerkat-like head.
  • Asorx- A semi-aquatic shrew that swims as quickly as an average fish. They can be found in both freshwater and marine environments, only dwelling in tide pools or shallow waters feeding on edible echinoderms, mollusks, fish, cnidarians, and others. They have high metabolic rates and thus they have to eat 60 times their own body weight every day.
  • Aurro- An armadillo-like mammal that looks like a small dear, and is commonly found on desert worlds across the AUU. They commonly feed on desert plants such as tubers, as well as insects and worms.
  • Awkok- An arboreal hyrax that takes a unique niche of lorises on certain worlds. They are equally agile and slow, and they can leap quickly from tree to tree, and can often live in the highest of trees. They eat berries, insects, and bird eggs.
  • Arbmor- A large armadillo-like desert-dwelling creature that has an armored scaly back to protect against predators, long front claws, and are dedicated herbivores and scavengers.
  • Abot- A long-legged lagomorph with brown-and-black stripes, small rabbit ears, large buck teeth, and are quick runners.
  • Bungo- A squirrel-like civet with a long tail, a long skinny body that's about a quarter length of the tail, large muzzles, and a brown-and-white coloration.
  • Bacthoon- A short-tailed bear-like raccoon that is almost the size of a bear, not going into hibernation but eating to get tremendous amounts of fat to combat winter colds.
  • Berql- A huge mustelid the size of a bear. They are carnivorous, hunting for food with it's razor-sharp claws and teeth. It is also a scavenger.
  • Barbear- A cave-dwelling ursine that has grayish-dark-blue fur, as the males have underbellies with upper white-yellow and lower zebra-stripes to attract potential mates during the mating season. The cubs are rivals with their siblings and often times fight. They are very vicious hunters which have evolved away their tails, have large black manes, and large muzzles and teeth.
  • Bade- A large bear-like badger that is a full-on scavenger that feeds on anything it can find, taking the niche of bears in many ecosystems.
  • Beehis- An arboreal monotreme that has a platypus-like beak packed with teeth, has arboreal feet, and has a flat yet broad tail. They are pollinators and scavengers that eat insects, nectar, and any meat it can find. They come in 18 different species across the AUU.
  • Botter- An otter that takes the niche of beavers, building dams in rivers or estuaries, chowing on bark and trees for the supplies, are actually camouflaged, and can be in marine or freshwater climates. They come in 13 different species across the AUU.
  • Brillo- A large bear-like armadillo that dwells rarely in desert climates and more commonly in large groves and savannas. They have porcupine-like quills on their upper backs, they have powerful-packed claws, they have a long tongue for consuming insects, and their backs are durable against predators.
  • Bulette- A small burrowing mole-like armadillo that has a helmet-like crest on it's head, mole-like hands for digging, a scaly back of the neck, short rat-like tails, and are very social at night when they are available for mating, as in the morning they are vulnerable to predators. There are 86 different species across the AUU.
  • Bevpus- A beaver-like platypus with a blunt beak, and large webbed feet with toxic spurs.
  • Crear- A small bear-like badger that scavenges for food, wrestles against threats, and are very territorial yet very curious creatures. They come in 9 different species across the AUU.
  • Crotreme- A tailless platypus that is more terrestrial than aquatic, though still possessing webbed feet, and being covered in brown fur. They mainly swim across bodies of water and rarely dive.
  • Crustion- An insectivorous spiky monotreme that has crusty backs, a long tail with spines on the tips, are furry and very curious, but also very defensive. They have long tongues that it uses to lick up bugs to eat. It comes in 28 different species across the AUU.
  • Cridna- An arboreal echidna which is known for eating the bugs that reside inside trees. It has the mouth of an anteater, and it has a cat-like tail for added agility.
  • Cermin- A cat-like carnivorous mustelid that feeds on birds and their eggs. Two species are known: the arboreal species, which eats aerial birds, and the terrestrial species, that eats flightless birds or sneaks up on aerial birds, or sometimes eats smaller rodents.
  • Conno- A horned hyrax-like creature which is known for it's rock-hard skull which it commonly uses for defense from moderately-large predators, or for fighting off males with the two horns on it's upper face.
  • Chiratt- An inchworm-like weasel that can bend back and front, allowing it to climb trees, and reach nuts very high. This species is an old ancestor of the sea squirrels.
  • Coonda- A panda-like raccoon which has the strength of a bear, are omnivores that often raids different civilized areas, and is considered a very endangered species that is being rescued by even sentient variants of themselves.
  • Coccoon- A dog-like raccoon that is actually a very popular pet in the AUU. They are known to instinctively get in the trash, and normally makes messes, but they can be trained to not do that. They are very passionate, but they normally do not cope with new owners.
  • Concwoose- A giant mammalian ursine that has two curved horns on the sides of their heads, two large horns on it's back, powerful paws, short tails, and are commonly found on Ice Age worlds.
  • Chinple- An omnivorous feline/porcine xenomammal that has an aggressive demeanor.
  • Dicrike- A species of glyptodont with a spiked club at the end of the tail. They have evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Doedicurus. They have an extremely tough shell which they can hide in like a turtle.
  • Djad- A slender monotreme that has a flat triangular short tail, slender bodies, lay eggs, and are rodent-like in appearance. They come in 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Dirdil- A species of burrowing armadillo which behaves like moles, eating any tubers and roots they can find. Their armor protects them from predators, but remaining underground is what keeps them from the risk of the predators getting to their soft underbellies.
  • Deuyuter- A predatory tayra which is as big as a lion. These creatures have lion-like manes, puffy tails, ranging coloration depending upon the species, and hunt in packs.
  • Erkt- A small cheetah-like civet which is roughly the size of a bear cub, but is predatory and hunts in packs of 5-8.
  • Eriulf- A spined wolf-like mammal actually related to hedgehog-like creatures. It has poisonous spines on it's back for defense against larger predators, and it has the hunting capabilities of a wolf, though it is a solitary hunter.
  • Enanm- A badger-like mustelid that has a bushy tail that warns of a smelly odor defense. It feeds on small creatures such as insects and worms.
  • Energellen- A giant ground sloth that is a part of Uridian megafauna, having glowing purple structures on their heads that allow them to channel Uridium energy as an offensive and defensive weapon. They use these abilities to detect delectible food, to heal themselves, and they rarely have experience in phasepowers.
  • Eapey- A large piscivorous otter-like monotreme with a thick coat of fur.
  • Evonet- A xenomammalian omnivorous sloth with thick fur, and a cresty blue face with four eyes.
  • Furrphus- A platypus-like terrestrial monotreme which has evolved away from a semi-aquatic lifestyle to move into calmer dryer pastures. They retain a flattened tail, but their feet have lost webbed features, and they are covered in fur.
  • Featherium- A weasel that has colorful long fan-like tail feathers.
  • Garmilde- A species of pink-fairy armadillo with a spiky back. When they curl up into a ball, they can roll around any predator without being touched.
  • Gerimer- A semi-aquatic lagomorph that have webbed flat feet, often have long/short tails, reduced ears, and are capable of staying underwater for 35 minutes, and are essentially temperate mammalian penguins. They come in over 77 different species across the AUU.
  • Gorgat- A predatory weasel with long Great Dane-like legs that give it intense running speeds, rat-like hairy tails, and ranging patterns depending on the 16 species across the AUU.
  • Grobbit- An antelope-like long-tailed lagomorph and a fast sprinter found in several meadows across the AUU.
  • Grozzle- A miniature grizzly bear the size of a pig which is still a very dangerous ursine.
  • Gromben- A pangolin-like armadillo that dwells in rainforests or deserts, possessing omnivorous teeth, an armored scaly back and scaly limbs, and hairy underbellies, long tails, and long snouts. They come in 8 different species across the AUU.
  • Gyroton- A mustelid that has an accordion-like shell that it rolls into like an armadillo for defense.
  • Giddarra- An echidna-like creature the size of a greyhound which feasts on the insects on the ground as well as leaves and fruit, and it's back quills work like those of a porcupine.
  • Gabnit- A rabbit-like creature which is noted for it's long feet for racing across the deserts, and it's distinguishable ears with red spots.
  • Garshoo- A rabbit-sized pica which travel in social groups, and live in small crevices in the ground. They eat small insects and fruits.
  • Gurro- A jaguar-like mongoose that fights and kills venomous creatures for food or sport.
  • Gaccoon- The AUU version of raccoons, having a striped tail with a white tip, black, dark-gray, brown, or white fur coloration depending upon the species, and are commonly pests that raid garbage.
  • Gleasel- A gliding arboreal mustelid that has patagia in between it's head, limbs, and tail, and acts like a parachute when gliding across trees.
  • Grizzle- A giant predatory wolverine-like mustelid the size of a grizzly bear. They are commonly found in tundras, forests, polar regions, and so on, as they are vicious omnivorous predators that won't take kindly to sentient beings. They commonly makes homes in caves as a single female raises her young after a male provides for it during it's 10 months of pregnancy. Afterwards, the male leaves to find another mate.
  • Geinfor- A purple feline-like mustelid that lives in colorful alien forests.
  • Graint- A giant pilosan that can roll in a ball, has scaly back armor, short rat tails, long-clawed hands and feet, spots, and are very strong.
  • Grampon- A small ankylosaur-like armadillo with a long clubbed tail, and spiked back armor.
  • Grouch- A giant solitary and aggressive omnivorous cave pilosan that possesses scaly back armor, semi-quadrupedal nature, muscular tails, possess massive strength, and do not like trespassers.
  • Horkin- A creature similar to a Star Wars tauntaun, only it has longer ears, a raccoon-like tail, and is capable of laying eggs. It is a social creature that thrives in tundrous and snowy climates in herds, and makes it's nests in caves.
  • Honeute- A species of red-orange and yellow-streaked kinkajou which has an immunity to many insect stings, allowing them to eat the honey of many types of bees, hornets, and wasps.
  • Hallice- A large mammalian predator that evolved from long-extinct bear-dog-like creatures. They hunted in packs of 8-14, had long cat-like tails, slashing and lashing paws, were very coordinated fighters, were capable of great bursts of speed, and were too feral to be kept as pets, and too feral to trust sentient beings, often chasing them away from their territory or killing them. They came in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Hiversa- A large ursine-like mustelid that is known for being easily immune to many insect sting venom, and thus is capable of eating not just the stinging insects in general, but also their honey, hives, and other produced material. They are roughly the size of an average bear, and can also kill with one swipe. They also eat berries and fruits.
  • Honeybeast- A bear-like pilosan that feeds on more than addants, but also eats honey-making insects, but not all of them as those such as the inferxasp are deadly enough to kill this creature, and their spicy honey is too hot for the animal to consume. Their tongues are prehensile and act like an appendage and are as sticky as a frog's tongue. They can defend themselves from predators with their slashing claws and wrestling skills.
  • Ialcoon- An arboreal procyonid that lives within the trees and are pests on par with monkeys due to rummaging more than trash. They come in 54 different species across the AUU.
  • Igna- A large terrestrial echidna which is commonly found on the floors of rainforests and jungles feeding on grasses, while some still prefer to eat insects. They are commonly found in groups of 5-13, and come in 60 different species across the AUU.
  • Ibbit- A raptor-like lagomorph with long rabbit legs, long tufted tails, giraffe coloration, rabbit ears, and can be found in outbacks, meadows, and savannahs.
  • Jaker- A predatory lagomorph that dwells in savannahs and jungle plains using their natural bunny-like speed and leopard-like camouflage to chase down their prey.
  • Jerret- A large predatory weasel that hangs out in forest environments of all kinds, being scavengers and predators on rare occassions. They come in 18 different species across the AUU.
  • Jaysren- A burrowing jackrabbit-like creature which feeds on underground tubers in the harsh deserts. They have the patterns of a meerkat, and their ears look like the eyes of a monster to scare off predators.
  • Japidax- A hyrax-like creature which looks like the Narshoal, only it's different in coloration, has larger ears, and can run a bit faster. They came from the same evolutionary chain as the Narshoal.
  • Jageera- A predatory tayra that is commonly found in rainforests hunting small animals. They are solitary creatures that only socialize during mating seasons.
  • Jumpler- A large spotted jackrabbit the size of a capybara that is still an efficient digger, is still capable of great bursts of speed, 2 times faster than a common jackrabbit, and are fast breeders.
  • Jeer- A deer-like hyrax that takes the niche of certain deer on many worlds, and come in 80 different species across the AUU.
  • Joppa- A large lagomorph found in open fields that are one of the fastest evasive herbivores in the AUU, and have 4 seasonal coats.
  • Jirdel- A small lagomorph with kangaroo-like legs, long tails, rabbit ears, and small arms.
  • Khugvu- A predatory cat-like mongoose that has a long prehensile tail, tiny ears, black legs, and spotted bodies. They are semi-arboreal predators that launches attacks from the air, or does ambush attacks when on ground. They can attack anything they think they can tackle, but they are aggressive among other males, often for territory. They always have a pungent smell to attract each other's gender.
  • Korono- A 20ft griffin-like carnivorous nocturnal mammoavian that comes in 82 different species across the AUU, and have a fearsome reputation as killers of the night, being 5x as feared as bats and have hundreds of horror stories.
  • Laardvark- A red and black-spotted aardvark that eats multiple types of small insects. They have a long tongue, sharp claws, and are very curious.
  • Locolpe- A deer-like hyrax with long fragile legs like a deer's, and it can run just like a deer, eating the grass of the forests and meadows, and has moderately-large ears for hearing for predators.
  • Lyrgom- A small koala-like rabbit which is noted for it's speed, jumping height, large pointed ears, sensitive tails, and herbivorous diet of nuts, berries, and vegetables.
  • Lacocoon- A large bear-sized procyodont that hangs around in dense forests hunting in solitude from their homes in caves. They have deadly claws and sharp bear-like teeth, and are good wrestlers against rival males during the mating season or competition for territory.
  • Lale- A terrestrial slug-like cetacean that filter out edible matter from the winds of harsh desert worlds through thick gill-like structures within their mouths.
  • Macer- A large weasel with a long tail barbed with spiky regenerative quills.
  • Malfil- A hyena-like creature which hunts in packs, and has sexual dimorphism. The females are larger and have black heads and brown-and-black bodies, and males have gray-and-black bodies, and top-mounted manes.
  • Marho- A peccary-sized hyrax which grazes in hidden jungle canopies for nutritious grasses and are known for their odor defense system.
  • Monose- A mole-like monotreme which is noted for laying eggs, are eusocial burrowing creatures, have echidna-like spines on their backs, and come in dozens of different species of different shapes and sizes.
  • Marzolla- A large carnivorous mustelid that is noted for a dark-brown barely-noticeable-striped coloration with a white head and white-tipped tail. They are solitary ambush predators that will tackle anything that they think they can take down.
  • Muravyle- An anteater-like mustelid that has moved on from a carnivorous lifestyle to an insectivorous lifestyle, consuming not just caste-based insects such as addants and zees, but also consumes their honey and non-caste insects. It has an elongated wedge-shaped head, small mouth, the lower jaw and teeth are reduced. It has a long tail, and a long tongue, the claws on it's hands are used for digging nests and insects and to protect against predators. The animal's coat is short, dense, rigid, and bristle to protect against insects. They are immune to many forms of insect venom the same way a mongoose is to cobra venom.
  • Mertusum- A fuzzy aquatic monotreme that takes the niche of otters on many worlds across the AUU. It commonly feeds on fish and other aquatic creatures and birds, has a powerful electroreception system, sharp poisonous claws, and fuzzy fur that is lubricated by oil glands in their skin, and they are passive-aggressive creatures.
  • Moom- A whale-like flying mammalian with a beak that feeds on gas and is used for gas farming on hundreds of planets and gas giants.
  • Nab- An outback rabbit with shorter ears, a taller build, and great self-defense skills.
  • Noocoon- An arboreal procyonid similar to a raccoon, but have more prehensile hands and feet and a long balancing tail, and is like a ring-tailed lemur, having stink gland defenses, and actually rummage around trash as a pest. They come in 38 different species across the AUU.
  • Neimongo- A large pilosan that consumes leaves and insects with their long extendable tongues, are very woolly for cold tundra climates, and commonly appear in savanna or Ige Age worlds.
  • Narshoal- A large hyrax-like creature which can stand on 2 legs to get the grazing of taller trees, having powerful back legs and 2 longer front legs.
  • Narcozont- A predatory saber-toothed civet that has a long bushy tail, a spotted body, a black head, are very territorial, and are solitary hunters.
  • Nidhoit- A large semi-quadruped hyrax that has a similar lifestyle to chalicotheres, and it walks on two of it's frontal toes, the other three useful for dexterous grasping of foliage.
  • Nightend- A nocturnal predatory cat-like civet that hunts during the night where their black fur coloration makes them almost undetectable, even to creatures with night-vision. They are solitary hunters that can come up with different attack methods, suggesting an increased level of intelligence.
  • Numrax- A large ungulate-like hyrax that has a helmet-like horn similar to that of the Numbhog, suggesting a convergent evolution. These creatures are solitary and only group up in large herds in large meadows during the mating season.
  • Nizica- A maned hyena with a short striped tail, large ears, and are very feral predators.
  • Ozomall- A lemur-like raccoon with great agility and endurance. They are very quick climbers, and are omnivorous.
  • Obeda- An enormous wooly rabbit with short ears, large fat, and a very thick fur coat. They are cautious animals that hang out in snowy planets.
  • Okgot- A long-necked beaver-tailed otter which hangs out in swampy areas building their homes in aquatic hives. They eat worms and insects, and they can stay underwater for as long as 17 minutes.
  • Oggbill- A bizarre platypus with large flattened feet, short rat-like tails, slender bodies, and a bizarre puffin-like yellow beak. They are efficient swimmers and predators that hunt fish and other aquatic animals.
  • Octollic- A giant xeno-ungulate that evolved like an elephant, but it can be found on a world with stronger gravity, and thus 8 legs are required to support them. The additional pairs of legs must synchronously move to prevent tripping, and the creature itself is an omnivore that can use it's multi-function proboscis to eat anything.
  • Oeka- A fleet-footed crepuscular false rodent completely adapted to arid environments of any kind that eats small lizards and snakes, burrowing insects, arachnids, other invertebrates, has a relatively good night vision, and highly acute hearing, which is so good they're said in folklore to hear everything.
  • Otreegue- An otter-like monotreme and diurnal semi-aquatic predator that eats pretty much everything that moves and isn't too big or strongly armored, are equipped with formidable poison spurs, behave like a crocodile and nest in long, deep burrows.
  • Pangryloon- A small bipedal scaled anteater that eats small ant-like insects called krunxas. It's dense scaly armor doesn't defend against krunxas, but it defends against larger predators. And it has a huge immunity to krunxa venom.
  • Pardin- A dog-like civet with orange-and-white coloration, a dog-like face and legs, a short dog-like tail, and a carnivorous diet.
  • Pangle- A gruff pangolin-like pilosan who is heralded in history as a creature of resilience and bold nature on many worlds, capable of rolling into a rough ball through it's back armor, and are semi-arboral omnivores.
  • Pango- A giant pangolin-like pilosan with powerful mole-like clawed hands for burrowing for food in the ground, colorful heads for attracting mates, a spiny back with scaly armor, and a short tail.
  • Pamthet- A puma-like weasel that hunts in packs. It inhabits conifer forests, one of the few places that carnivorous rats have yet to reach.
  • Potodollo- A hippo-like armadillo that is semi-aquatic and can stay underwater for 5 hours. They fill the niche of hippo-like mammals on some worlds, and their armor protects them from large water predators, and often aids in protection from water pressure. They eat seaweed and aquatic fruits.
  • Porilog- A porcine-like armadillo that takes the niche of porcines on many worlds all across the AUU. They are vegetarians and are well-protected from predators thanks to their armor.
  • Pocir- A tapir-like tenrec that have toed feet, a brown coloration with white streaked bodies, vestigial tails, short trunks, it's ribs are expanded to form an armor-like protection, and small traces of needles are found within their fur. They are entirely insectivores that eat any bug they find no matter how big they are, easily penetrating any form of armor with the fangs on their upper jaws, which are also used for defense or digging.
  • Panzodont- A large armadillo that evolved to fill the niche of desert-dwelling porcine on many worlds across the AUU. They are omnivorous creatures that scavenge for carrion, and feast mainly on tubers, fruits, and even cacti that they can easily pick thorns off of. They defend themselves from large predators with their prickly and scaly armor that they can rattle for display.
  • Pfirrit- A desman-like semi-aquatic mammal that has water-repellant hair, and they have needle-like snouts with teeth that act like a proboscis that can suck out vital juices from the insects and aquatic fruits they feed on.
  • Pleasser- A giant predatory otter that is larger than an average human, that is a solitary hunter that only mates in a gathering. They are vicious hunters that can stay underwater for hours, and consume cnidarians, crustaceans, fish, cetaceans, cephalopods, even other mammals related to it. They come in 5 different species across the AUU.
  • Ravagry- A tiger-like mustelid with a lion-like tail, a tiger-like striped brown, black, and white body, powerful bites, canines, and incisors, and are mainly ambush predators. They come in 8 different species across the AUU.
  • Raebra- A zebra/deer-like lagomorph that hangs out in forests and meadows taking the niche of zebras or deers in many climates like that. They come in 11 different species across the AUU.
  • Ramaron- A wombat-like creature that is more closely related to bears. Adults are the size of normal bear cubs, and they feast on fruits, honey, and often the insectss that make the honey since the diet allows them to grow an immunity to their venom.
  • Raggela- A semi-aquatic echidna which has a long beaver-like appearance and lifestyle, creating dams as their homes, and feeding on the insects of the trees they harvest.
  • Roobin- A tiger-like mustelid which is the size of an actual tiger, but has a tan-and-black coloration. It is an ambush predator that attacks the weakest of it's prey animal.
  • Ranga- A kangaroo-like lagomorph which has the kicking legs of a kangaroo, but is still quadrupedal, yet can stand higher and on two legs. They range in species.
  • Ruqqle- A long-legged pica-like lagomorph founds in elevated areas and feed on insects. They are very passive-aggressive against strangers.
  • Romoco- A procyodont that is distinguished for it's red-colored striped tail, it's orange spotted body, a gray-colored head, and is a very feral species that doesn't take kindly to even sentient beings that intrude on their territory. They eat insects, smaller mammals, reptiles, and small birds, and only socializes during the mating season where the females, which lack the distinctive color the larger males have, are most active and more offering to males.
  • Reb- An ungulate-like lagomorph that has evolved from a rabbit-like lifestyle and hangs out in high altitudes. They are digitigrades that travel in groups of 6-13 individuals, and search for available plants.
  • Regenge- A canine-feline predator that is more related to civet-like creatures. It is a hunter that is common in all climates, has serrated regenerative teeth and claws, are semi-arboreal, work and attack in coordinated formations, and come in 7 different species across the AUU.
  • Rhyrax- A rhino-like hyrax that has a thick horn-like crest on it's snout, are actually not blind like a rhino, are very aggressive, and will not hesitate to attack a sentient being or anything it thinks will harm it. It comes in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Rabpi- A close relative of abots that have white-striped legs, and black ears and eye linings.
  • Serloth- A giant herbivorous ground sloth with a long snake-like neck which is used for defense and grazing high foliage. This is an agressive creature that doesn't like to be picked on. It's neck makes it strike so hard, it can actually tear your heart right out of your body.
  • Starbill- A platypus with long-membraned clawed webbed feet used for digging and swimming. It has a weak and short tail, and a beak with leathery outgrowths similar to the star-nosed mole.
  • Soynor- A gliding weasel which spends it's time in the trees gliding from branch to branch searching for insects and fruits to eat.
  • Solxee- A sea lion which moved away from marine climates to get away from predators, and took up a life living in swamps and marshes. They are known to be the size of penguins, have clawed flippers and short tails, and are very popular as pets.
  • Scalrog- A canine-like pilosan similar to pangolins, having a scaly back of armor, are pack-hunting omnivores, are very aggressive, and can rattle their scales for intimidation.
  • Sivon- An arboral procyonid that consumes insects and rarely goes onto the ground, as they are quick in the groves of their forest homes. They come in over 50 different species across the AUU.
  • Surget- A gliding procyonid that dwells in trees with a flying squirrel-like patagia, a prehensile raccoon-like tail, hands and feet, and are vegetarians. They came in 51 species across the AUU.
  • Shellcole- An anteater-like armadillo that commonly eats addants any related animals. They are protected from larger predators by their tough armor, and they are semi-quadrupeds.
  • Scalgolin- An omnivorous predatory canine-like pangolin that hunts in jungles and rainforests across the AUU. They evolved a crusty tail, an armored back, vicious slashing claws, razor-sharp teeth for meat and back molars for the berries, leaves, and fungi they feed on. They hunt in groups of 5-8, or are solitary.
  • Searsine- An aquatic bear that commonly lives in shallow-water grottos, capable of holding their breath for 50 minutes.
  • Skogoose- A lemur-like mongoose that actually more fits the niche of squirrels than lemurs. They can quickly jump from branch to branch, it is the size of a cat, but it seems larger because of a long fluffy prehensile squirrel-like tail. With such a tail animal can change the direction of the jump and keep the balance on the branches and jump. They are omnivorous hunters that eat small mammals, insects, fruits, and other edible plant material.
  • Sugger- A small predatory mongoose that dwells in tropical rainforests and tropical islands. It is an arboreal predator that feeds on insects, small birds, and smaller mammals, and comes in many different species across the AUU.
  • Spokent- A shrew-sized hedgehog that, like the shrew, has a high metabolic rate and must eat 60 times their body weight in food every day. It is an aggressive rodent that has poisonous spines on it's back and it's bite, while non-fatal to sentient beings, can easily harm many predators.
  • Shovelpus- A large terrestrial monotreme with a blunt beak capable of digging for worms and other subterranean food.
  • Trobeon- A species of giant bears with large muzzled teeth, and long legs built for running long distances. They are brown and are covered in light brown spots.
  • Tratur- A blind rabbit-like mammal with a bird-like beak made from outstretched incisors. It has large ears for detecting worms and it uses its teeth for grabbing its prey.
  • Thargo- A bear-sized sloth-like raccoon that hangs out around forests areas and commonly fish at streams and rapids. They walk on their knuckles and have a large thumb claw for efficient fishing.
  • Talgachos- A ground-sloth-like lagomorph which has grasping arms with long claws meant for grabbing the leaves of high trees. They have thick fur coats for winter travel, and they are capable of defending themselves from predators.
  • Teyleme- A swamp dolphin which had adapted to basking on shores. Their tail fins have evolved into legs, their flippers turned into makeshift legs, and they communicate through barks and squeals.
  • Testath- An insectivorous hedgehog-like mammal with a hinged shell that can form an impenetrable ball.
  • Tepotaur- A large yak-like relative of lagomorphs. They are wooly creatures that are roughly the size of an elephant, and is just as easily riled up. They live in dense forests and are often solitary, only socializing during the mating season.
  • Therizinter- A venomous predatory otter that builds dams, hunted small animals, fish, and insects, and anything else they find delectable.
  • Thry- A predatory xenomammal with six legs, four frontal legs, eight tentacle-like feelers lining it's face, regenerative teeth, small amounts of hair, and short tails.
  • Tunka- A terrestrial monotreme that can still swim underwater for long periods of time, has yellow beaks and webbed feet, and striped tails.
  • Ursane- A species of short-faced bear similar to the extinct Arctodus simus. But this bear is different in many ways. This bear is a little smaller, but still big enough to scare off predators. They have deadly large paws used for smacking prey down, and large canine teeth.
  • Unotter- A piscivorous otter which can swim as fast as a fish. They can hold their breath underwater for an hour, and are very efficient hunters.
  • Ursvet- A large bear-sized civet which is distinguished for a long brown-and-white-striped tail, a spotted white back, brown fur, bear-like paws, stink glands for deterring predators, or marking territory, and is an omnivorous species.
  • Ursjoce- A giant bear-like raccoon that has a short striped tail, a bulky appearance, a raccoon-like head, and large powerful paws that can kill in one swipe. They are pests like a common raccoon, foraging in trash and dumps, only they are as dangerous as a bear.
  • Uiverey- An otter-like mustelid that has a short bald scaly tail, long webbed feet, and the males have badger-like colored faces to attract mates. These creatures do mating swim-dances to attract their mates and they mate and give birth underwater to allow the babies to familiarize themselves with their habitat as early as possible as it is impossible to teach them with their limited intelligence.
  • Urgager- A bear-like mustelid that looks like a giant badger. They are noted for their bear-like claws, their black saddle-like spot on their backs, their black heads, and their longer tails. They live in large burrows in the forest where they raise their feral and aggressive young and hibernate during the winter seasons. They are also noted for odor glands that not only mark territory, but also acts as a defense mechanism for coordinated predators.
  • Vermax- A worm-eating long-snouted anteater-like mammal with a long tongue used for catching worms in the ground. They are also capable of digging with their huge paws.
  • Vangpus- A semi-aquatic platypus-like predatory monotreme which is commonly found at estuaries in packs, chasing down anything that comes into it's territory with it's toothed bills and it's fast bursts of speed.
  • Vivith- A predatory hermin that dwells in trees and frequently goes to the ground, hunting small mammals, reptiles, and birds by launching attacks from the trees and taking it's prey by surprise.
  • Voltiver- A platypus-like monotreme that has evolved it's electroreceptors into shock organs to use when catching fish to eat. They have evolved away any toxic weapons for this new weapon, and can swim efficiently. Their beaks have extended to accompany their electric ability.
  • Veloxodont- An efficient canine/feline-like predator that was more related to procyonids. They are social/solitary predators that are packed with flexible jaws, striped tails, rough and loud barks and roars, vast agility, sharp regenerative teeth and claws, and comes in up to 27 species across the AUU.
  • Vedger- A small badger with a trunk nose.
  • Weemil- An anteater-like relative of shrews that are roughly the size of an anteater. They have long snouts and a retractable tongue for eating small insects, and their coloration depends upon their habitat.
  • Wooltreme- A large pig-sized monotreme that takes the niche of hippos on many outback worlds across the AUU. They are omnivores that eat both fish and plants, and are rather aggressive animals. They come in 34 different species across the AUU.
  • Watossom- A large otter-like mustelid with large webbed feet, a long crusty rat-like tail, a slender wrinkly loose body of skin, and are very efficient hunters in the water. They come in 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Weever- A beaver-like mustelid that has long webbed feet, are fiercely aggressive and territorial, build elaborate dams, and have durable yet replaceable teeth.
  • Wallaa- A semi-aquatic beaver-like mole that builds dams just like beavers. They are very passive creatures, but are also very shy.
  • Wahcoon- A semi-aquatic procyonont that is similar to the crab-eating raccoon, but is more water-oriented, has a white-and-grayish-striped tail, a more white-patterned face, and evolved from Gaccoons that convergently evolved with Hydrocabiais.
  • Wack- A species of raccoon-like rabbit that have striped short tails, striped okapi-like flanks, raccoon-like faces and white ears, are quick runners, were good at self-defense, were half the size of an average human, and come in 12 different species across the AUU.
  • Yieldolin- A kangaroo-like pangolin that has an armored back, and can both roll and hop at alarming speeds. They are experts at self defense, and are dedicated omnivores that eat insects and plants. They come in 56 different species across the AUU.
  • Zotilot- A honey-eating civet with a long prehensile tail, a dull-yellow and black coloration, a long tongue, and has an immunity to insect sting venom.
  • Zojotji- A semi-arboreal coati-like mammal that are commonly found in rainforest worlds. Their long tails are not only prehensile, but intensely colored for signaling family groups of danger. They come in 32 different species across the AUU.
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  • Gatcha- A large earth-backed intelligent ground sloth that has a digestive system specialized to create different things from it's excrement depending upon what it eats. It was introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.
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Sea Mammals

Cetaceans

Cetaceans of the AUU are distinguishable from OUU cetaceans through the presence of flipper legs in most species allowing for limited terrestrial movement, a trait kept closely by the ancient archaeocetus line for better survival, evolving from ungulates like OUU cetaceans.

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  • Bliccurd- A species of black and white spotted killer whale with sharp teeth, broad flippers, and a wide flat tail flipper. They also have two blowholes, as well as a great intelligence, and can learn English as good as parrots can like the Turphin.
  • Ceterior- A giant predatory dolphin which evolved from highly-intelligent cetaceans, appearing with a dark-gray coloration, a lighter-gray underside, 5 back flippers, the back 4 being smaller than the first, hunts prey through suction and sharp teeth, and is capable of limited zoovocalism. It is quite famous to many in the AUU because not only are they predatory rivals to Junja Sharks, but they still retain intelligent compassion to sentient beings and rescue them from said sharks.
  • Dentophyseter- A large sabre-toothed whale which hunts using it's speed, size, and teeth. They are incredibly strong, and is not defenseless against predators.
  • Dolroy- A gliding dolphin with wing-like flippers and can be found cruising in open seas.
  • Haphy- A swift porpoise/dolphin with extreme curiosity, colorful fish face patterns, black-blue skin, white chests, four long flippers, a long back flipper, and can swim at rapid speeds.
  • Macudon- A species of spotted dolphin with a white and black-spotted coloration. They are fast swimmers, and are clever hunters.
  • Morca- A species of white and light gray killer whale with a great intelligence, sharp teeth, a fearsome reputation, and clawed flippers. Like the killer whale, they are very intelligent, and are sometimes gentle and friendly to sentient creatures such as the humans before their evacuation.
  • Pilarschar- A large pilot whale with 6 clawed flippers as well as a flat broad tail flipper. They are not as intelligent as most dolphins due to it's small brain, but they are still smart hunters.
  • Puncuga- A gray-spotted white beluga whale with an average intelligence. They are fast swimmers, and efficient hunters.
  • Purgoise- A dark gray species of porpoise which is much larger than other porpoises. They have clawed flippers, a great intelligence, large eyes, and a wide and flat tail flipper. They can cooperate with other sentient species, including the humans that evacuated long ago.
  • Rhampophyseter- A species of black beaked whale with yellow back streaks, clawed flippers, a large sharp yellow beak, and a small amount of fur. They cannot speak perfect English due to the design of their beaks, but they can learn to understand it.
  • Rhale- A giant dolphin with ray-like flippers that glides across the water at quick speeds.
  • Smarwhal- A narwhal with a shorter tusk and a darker coloration to hide it from predators at night, as well as for hunting. The tusk is used by males to duel for a female, and can regenerate when broken off. Females also have a tusk, but it is moderately smaller.
  • Striadon- A species of Commerson's dolphin with the coloration of a zebra. They are fast swimmers, and occasionally hunt in a group.
  • Turphin- A species of bottlenosed dolphin with black streaks on it's back, the flippers of a sea-lion, and sharp teeth. These creatures are very intelligent, can move on land, and have been known to learn and speak English as easily as a parrot can. They shared a good relationship with other sentient species such as the humans before their evacuation. Some keep them as pets.
  • Vurbwhal- A giant cetacean that has 4-by-4 back fins, a jagged and rough narwhal-like tusk, 4 seal-like flippers, and a paddle-like tail. They are passive-aggressive cetaceans that are often hesitant around sentient beings, but they can learn to get used to them.
  • Whule- A large predatory whale with an incredibly vast mouth, and four flipper legs, making it the pinnacle of the AUU cetaceans. Because whulks are so slow, they have to surprise their prey by going deeper in the water, and taking it's prey by surprise.
  • Whuglodon- A Basilosaurus-like whale that has four large flukes, a whale tail flipper, a rough back, and a whale-like head.
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  • Astrace- A large baleen whale originating from UIS territory and the most common astrocetacean in the AUU, including in USRA territory. It has 14 eyes, 7 on each side, 4 pectoral fins, 2 pelvic fins and small slender wings that go all the way down each side of the body, and ending in a point rather than two flukes. It also has translucent skin, allowing it's internals to be visible. Like all astrocetaceans, they can warp anywhere in the AUU with hyperdrive-capable organs.

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Pinnipeds of the AUU are like canines, evolving by learning from the small cetaceans to be more social and respectful to sentient beings and give them space or accept them like family. They evolved to be agile and take full advantage of the multidirectional setting of the ocean, and have high intelligence.

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  • Bathopote- A giant plesiosaur-like mammal that evolved from pinnipeds, and have been known to spark several Loch Ness Monster-like legends and the species was once feared and smart enough to hide itself out of fear it will be hunted. But since rights activists declared it a protected species, it has been accepted as a passionate addition of wildlife. It is a carnivore that consumes seafood of all kinds, and reproduces on the land. They are more mobile on land as babies as that's where they mostly live, then learn how to swim during their adolescent days.
  • Calrus- A species of 4-tusked walrus with a medium amount of fur, a broad flat back flipper, large flippers, and a fast swimming speed. They are intelligent, and have efficient hunting skills.
  • Cyston- A species of hooded seal with a weird head with two large sacks on it's face. These sacks are capable of spraying a stinky odor that paralyzes predators and even flees them away due to their sensitive noses.
  • Flupor- A species of seal with a brown and tan-spotted coat and a fast swimming speed. They are so agile when swimming, they are capable of evading a predator in only 3 seconds.
  • Gluas- A manta ray-like seal with large wing-like flippers and a wide, flat tail fin. They swim gracefully through the water, but they are no pushovers. They can evade a hungry predator at a speed of 40 mph.
  • Leedrall- A species of sea lion with a lion's mane, razor-sharp teeth, and clawed flippers. These sea lions are predators that hunt in a group, and hunt as efficiently as lions.
  • Lankill- A long-necked sea lion which swims and hunts like a plesiosaur, yet is capable of walking on land. They have been known to eat fish and small aquatic mammals, reptiles and birds.
  • Pinnidon- A gigantic predatory semi-terrestrial leopard-seal-like pinniped native to Cryther and a predator to the Crythans.
  • Wallolus- A swift and smooth sea lion with clawed flippers, sharp teeth, and a small flippered tail. They are fast and agile swimmers that can swim at a speed of 52 mph. They are omnivoroes, eating fish and algae underwater.
  • Wurfith- A species of seal with long flat flippers and a wide tail fin. They are fast swimmers, and are efficient hunters. They are among the many sea mammals capable of learning how to speak like a parrot.
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Sirenia

Sirenians of the AUU evolved in between the bounds of pinnipeds and cetaceans, still possessing bulky bodies and the four flippers, but are almost as agile as pinnipeds, being a convergent cousin to them.

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  • Behemeoter- The largest sirenian in the AUU, half as big as a blue whale, but has four muscular flippers and can walk on land.
  • Dombchu- A manatee which has a dolphin-like flipper and a rock-hard skull for defending itself against predators. They were mostly aggressive, and not the friendliest creatures to swim with.
  • Imbass- A manatee-like creature with a unicorn-like horn on it's head for defense against predators and for mating rituals.
  • Jakchin- An amphibious manatee which evolved flipper-like legs like a sea-lion's. They are as passive as seals, and are often aggressive.
  • Matill- A nocturnal manatee-like creature which evolved like a seal to hunt for fish in the dark waters. The only problem is that it can often lead to them getting preyed on by sharks, yet it can use a noxious-smelling vomit to drive them away.
  • Makchir- A seal-like manatee which hunted in groups and are even brave enough to stand up against sharks. They were monsters when hunting, and they will hurt you when disturbed.
  • Onimi- A dolphin-like manatee which is a close relative to the Jakchin. They are passive and gentle creatures that have shown signs of intelligence.
  • Platatee- A 4-flippered manatee that filter feeds. They can be found in shallow sea waters, and are very precious.
  • Sooseo- A sirenian with sea lion flippers, blunt wide snouts, and are elusive camouflaging herbivores.
  • Whamon- A whale-sized manatee which feeds on the plankton in the water as opposed to that on the sea floor. They evolved a paddling flipper, and they sometimes eat meat depending on the species.
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Other Sea Mammals

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  • Aqapith- A species of sentient semi-aquatic apes with webbed feet and limbs for full speed swimming. This primate is capable of surviving 5 hours underwater. It's diet consists of fish, hydrofruits, krill, and squid. It's one of the most intelligent creatures in the AUU, and on land, it can swing from trees as fast as a chimpanzee, making it a very elusive creature.
  • Amwiyle- A semi-aquatic anteater which feeds on tiny plankton through it's proboscis, and swims across the water like a plesiosaur with clawed flippers.
  • Bosbir- A marine hippo which can only be seen in shallow waters. They never go too far from the water where danger could lurk. They have evolved their bulky legs into paddles and they can stay submerged for over 30 minutes.
  • Bathypus- A seal-like platypus that hangs out in arctic climates or sandy beaches basking in the sun and feeding on fish or other smaller creatures. They come in 67 different species across the AUU.
  • Chervine- A semi-aquatic wolverine which hunts fish in shallow waters, and stays near coral reefs to stay safe from larger predators. They have sea-lion-like flippers, and has a dog-like mouth and tiny ears.
  • Geteme- A predatory marine coypu which developed a flat tail, flat feet, and has small ears for easier hearing underwater. They commonly ate fish, shellfish, crustaceans, and squid, and their coloration ranged from species.
  • Gooch- An aquatic cetacean-like monotreme that has a flat beaver-like flipper, a beak-like snout, are white in coloration, usually with small spots, and have 2 flippers with toxic spurs.
  • Hipquan- An aquatic horse with a slender flexible body, 2 front flippers, and a large tail fin. They were great friends with humans before their evacuation.
  • Lommis- A marine muskrat which has the body of a penguin, having flippers and large feet, a shorter tail, and a short face.
  • Pescun- A semi-aquatic prairie dog which is the size of a seal, and has large swimming legs and a long scaly tail. They live on the shores of beaches hiding in the sand until morning when it's safer to eat the algae underwater.
  • Possila- A semi-aquatic possum which has a paddle-like tail, had flippers for accurate swimming, and was the size of a capybara. They were very elusive swimmers that ate fish and small crustaceans.
  • Plateg- A large platypus-like marine monotreme that hangs out in arctic, tundrous, swampy, or wet climates, having the playfullness of dolphins, seals, and otters, can spray water out of it's beak as a defense or offense, have males with colored beaks and bodies, and come in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Plathe- A large platypus-like monotreme that takes the niche of seals on many worlds across the AUU, having large front flippers, flipper-like feet and tails, and come in 188 different species across the AUU.
  • Phron- A marine sea-lion-like beaver that builds dams from corals and seaweed, and can be trained to build artificial reefs.
  • Quimb- A semi-aquatic linsang which developed a long paddle-like tail, a slender otter-like body, and a carnivorous diet consisting of fish, krill, and crustaceans.
  • Seama- A seal-like otter that has a flat paddle-like tail and flat flippers, and take the niche of many worlds across the AUU, coming in 88 different species.
  • Surassa- A seal-like predatory bat that swims across the sea like a torpedo. It eats small semi-aquatic rodents, as well as fish.
  • Sazawi- A marine walrus-like rat with tusks and a claw on one of its limbs.
  • Sergwam- A marine kangaroo which is an evolutionary cousin of the Parslia. This creature is similar, but it's arms have evolved into flippers, and it hunts fish.
  • Shamber- A marine kangaroo that evolved from a different evolutionary chain than the Sergwam or Parslia. It had large feet for swimming, yet had a large fish-like tail, and large gaping jaws, and it was a bit larger.
  • Wulguck- A dolphin-like aquatic monotreme that evolved from echidna-like creatures that formed a platypus-like habit and evolved into this creature, which waddles on land to lay it's eggs and let it's young venture back to sea.
  • Yocsh- An otter-like cat which evolved into a semi-aquatic lifestyle, having a scaly flat tail, a slender brown-and-mahogany-spotted body, and has tiny ears for easier hearing underwater.
  • Zwinch- A dolphin-like naked mole rat which evolved into a semi-aquatic lifestyle. Their legs have turned into flippers, their skin was straightened out and smoothened, their tails turned into flippers, and they were the size of human babies.
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Amphibians

Land Amphibians

Frogs and Toads

Frogs and toads in the AUU, like all AUU amphibians, are capable of unlimited underwater breathing through closable gills and a cutaneous respiratory system, while OUU amphibians are slightly limited in that regard. They have extensive glandular systems, more leg muscles, and they can receive bioluminescence for added aposematic purposes.

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  • Auraeon- A golden-colored toad with retractable spines which it uses to scare off predators.
  • Axxog- A large frog with axolotl crests and a very common amphibian in the AUU.
  • Bommon- A giant ape-like frog that is live-born in the water as a tadpole, growing up into a giant omnivorous beast that is fiercely territorial, and can swallow anything whole. It has no long stretchy tongue, but it has sticky adhesive saliva that it uses to seize it's enemies. It comes in 13 different species across the AUU.
  • Blogo- A bullfrog noted for having a blobfish-like face and they are sea marsh or bog-dwelling predators.
  • Caerusilo- A blue salamander-like poison dart frog with short spines and a large crest.
  • Chrose- A tree frog that has the ability to change color like a chameleon. They are elusive creatures that can jump really fast.
  • Cogage- A salamander-like frog that looks like a living pile of weeds and muck, an appearance that makes good camouflage. They feed on fish, crustaceans, fruits, and other things it can swallow.
  • Crystallonk- A large toad that is born within icy cold waters as a tadpole, then grows up as a terrestrial ungulate-like behemoth that supports a large growth of rocks and crystals on it's back to allow it camouflage within it's environment. They come in 7 different species across the AUU.
  • Coloid- A gliding multicolored poisonous tree frog found in elaborate land reefs in 885 different species across the AUU.
  • Cij- A large terrestrial frog with flexible head crests, bulky front legs, and powerful leaps.
  • Ellg- A blue frog that produces it's own electric shock for defense and hunting.
  • Froba- A tree frog with large patagia for gliding.
  • Froog- A frilled frog found in swamps all across the AUU.
  • Follsece- A toad-like amphibian that has frill-like patterned vocal sacs that are either defensive or ornamental. They can even use it to produce loud calls that can frighten off predators.
  • Fole- A burrowing frog-like creature that takes the niche of moles on many worlds, consuming worms and edibles with their long tube-like tongues, coming in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Gurglioni- A black white-spotted frog with a tail and a bizarre form of communication. The frog has 2 sacs on it's head filled with water. While it keeps the frog hydrated for 24 hours, it also makes the frog 'gurgle'. This 'gurgle' is the frog's main form of communication. But in order for the frog to talk, it's sacs must be full of water.
  • Galchise- A toad notable for it's neck-frills similar to those of a frill-necked lizard. These frills can change color like a chameleon to attract mates, or it can scare off predators.
  • Goxrog- A toad-like amphibian that is roughly the size of a capybara, having a large crest on top of it's head, has rough moist skin, and is a toxic creature that can cause blood poisoning upon being eaten. They come in 6 different species across the AUU.
  • Gnog- A carnivorous frog-like creature with cookiecutter shark-like mouths.
  • Gelis- A pterosaur-like frog that dwells in trees. Being born in rivers and ponds, they grow up and climb trees with their elegant rotund patterned wings, and use their long sticky tongues to catch insects out of thin air. They come in 168 different species across the AUU.
  • Harnenka- A large green and orange-colored frog which evolved from poison-dart frogs even though it has no poisonous skin. Instead, it has the ability to scare off predators with it's retractable spines and frills.
  • Homp- A bipedal omnivorous frog with vestigial arms for mating display and powerful jumping legs.
  • Inflatrox- A blue-striped toad with the ability to inflate like a pufferfish. This in turn scares away hungry predators. If that doesn't work, then it's poisonous skin will protect it.
  • Ipyith- An orange blue-spotted poisonous salamander-like crested frog with a large colorful sail which acts as a means of warning predators to back off. The spines on the sail eject a poison that the frog recieves when eating plants.
  • Kajheese- A black-and-red-bellied tree frog which has short head-structures which secrete a foul-smelling gas that deters predators.
  • Kromp- A giant mole-like burrowing frog with armor that digs in soft muddy grounds waiting for prey to walk into it's location and consume it whole.
  • Lakiti- A red, yellow, and blue colored poison-dart frog with a lethal toxin that causes instant burning for a full 20 seconds.
  • Lentiro- A yellow-and-black-spotted tailed frog which has a poison that can cause burning rashes. They deter their predators not just through this, but through loud croaks.
  • Lumuyo- A bioluminescent frog-like amphibian that is commonly found in wet caverns where their bioluminescence signals health and fertility in mating seasons.
  • Leafer- A toad-like amphibian that has a back that looks like a leaf, the type of leaf depending upon the thousands of species that elaborately evolve their back appearances for multiple purposes, whether it be for camouflage or mimicry.
  • Megastoma- A large frog with a mouth that extends and allows the frog to swallow a fruit twice it's size whole. Eating a fruit like this will keep it fed for 2 days. It is green with brown spots and has short spines.
  • Moonis- An iridescent silvery-blue poison-dart frog which will scare off predators with it's large monstrous eyes. If it fails, it's poison will kill it.
  • Matercer- A frog-like creature which has a brightly-colored male, and a female with a large peacock-like tail that can carry eggs through special foam.
  • Molode- A burrowing dark-brown frog that was camouflaged in their soil burrows to avoid predators. They fed on subterranean creatures such as worms, insects, and sometimes small mammals and reptiles.
  • Nincotincx- A red yellow-spotted toad with a crested back and long flat feet. It's tail is armoured, giving it protection from predators.
  • Oogastrus- A dark-green yellow-spotted frog with a similar reproductive system to the extinct gastric-brooding frog. Females lay eggs, then they eat them. A hormone on the eggs stop the stomach from producing acid, therefore becoming a womb. Weeks later, the female regurgitates the newborn babies.
  • Okaler- A toad which is noted for having a leaf-like structure on it's head for camouflaging from predators. When it doesn't work, it will bellow a loud croak to scare it off.
  • Ophotok- A cave-dwelling highly-territorial frog-like creature that has a whily shiny coloration, and is characterized by its huge eye orbits, which keep two huge eyes that allow them to see in the darkness of the poor lighting caverns.
  • Ptrhyde- A gliding frog with built-in patagia, has long fingers and flippers for swimming, and they can elude predators very easily.
  • Pachirog- An armored frog-like amphibian that has an armored back, upward-pointing fangs, and a turtle-like lifestyle. They can move moderately-faster, and can defend themselves with their bites.
  • Polie- A frog with wide front feet, are yellowish-green or dark-yellow in coloration, and are well-known pollinators, using their tongues to feed on nectar. They come in 218 different species across the AUU.
  • Quonk- A marine frog that has a penguin niche, penguin-like front legs, and strong jumping legs.
  • Raama- A large hippo-like frog that can live on both land and underwater, and often hosts barnacle-like creatures like a whale.
  • Reechil- A black, white, and red-spotted toad which has the ability to deter predators through a gas that smells very foul. If that doesn't help, it will just use it's poisonous skin.
  • Ranitoyge- A species of frog-like amphibian which is common for coming in 18 different species, all colorful and containing toxins that have random effects depending upon the species. They are commonly found in rainforests.
  • Rigiti- A frog-like amphibian that is noted for it's short tail that is capable of deploying a foul-smelling toxin that could even be used in a small stinging organ, which causes paralysis and even death. They come in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Silvane- A silver-colored poison-dart frog with green and yellow spots that warn predators of it's poisonous skin.
  • Spattold- A frog-like amphibian that is distinguished for the two sacs on it's head that can inflate and change to an intense red color to scare off predators. If it doesn't work, it can actually pop and release a sticky toxic material within a 2ft radius, and heal them later on without the ability to communicate.
  • Thwelchon- A large frog with the ability to glide with it's built-in patagia. It is poisonous and carnivorous. While it's hunting, it glides over it's victim, and vomits on it. The vomit is filled with a burning toxin that fries the prey dead. Then, the frog comes in and chows down.
  • Toorath- A short-tailed greenish-blue tree frog that has four sensitive whisker-antennae on it's lips that act as additional senses for smelling.
  • Terpret- A green and dark yellow-colored toad with the ability to use it's coloration to camouflage itself in swamps and forests.
  • Ucker- A pterosaur/bat-like frog creature that take the niche of many flying creatures, and come in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Viroptaryx- A green, blue, and yellow swirled red-eyed tree frog with big red eyes. It's coloration gives it's predators a warning that it is not to be messed with. It faces it's attacker by hissing, and rattling it's spiny crested tail, and if that doesn't work, it will spray poison out of it's eyes that causes massive burning that lasts for an hour.
  • Voroe- A giant frog-like amphibian that starts out herbivorous as a tadpole, but become a full scavenging carnivore upon adulthood. They have poisonous spines on their backs to defend them from bigger predators, and they can skip very fast.
  • Wausin- A tree frog which has flabs of skin between their limbs like a flying squirrel, allowing it to glide through the trees with great agility.
  • Xamopter- A small carnivorous dark-green frog with large bat-wings which it uses for flight. It's hind legs are smaller than most frogs, and it's teeth are actually serrations on the jaw bone. While it prefers to be a scavenger most of the time, it will usually attack any predator it comes upon.
  • Yavelin- A yellow tree frog which is known for it's 2 head crests which can be used for mating rituals. They are elusive creatures that can survive long falls.
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Salamanders

Salamanders of the AUU are of a similar niche to reptiles and have two air-filtration sacs in their chests to act as built-in EVO suits for toxic waters, expanding their reach and survival rate, as well as water sacs for storing extra water for long dry trips.

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  • Axonzith- A species of lizard-like axolotl with poisonous frills and an extremely cute way of attracting prey.
  • Coroplexanic- A black bright green-spotted newt with a large crown-like crest used for mating rituals. It's loud bellow is loud enough to scare off predators.
  • Caesdom- A bioluminescent salamander that only lights up in secluded areas of both land and water to avoid predation. They use bioluminescent to illuminate the darkness and signal each other. There are a dozen species spread out across the AUU.
  • Creel- An mosasaur-like salamander that takes up the niche of eels on many worlds, having slippery bodies, and at the same time, can live on land.
  • Elecmand- An electric-eel-like salamander with a rough-edged back and has the ability to produce electric charges to stun prey or sense it's surroundings.
  • Favander- A fish-like salamander with catfish-like whiskers, fish-like fins, bulky legs, and are roughly as big as an elephant. They come in 46 different species across the AUU.
  • Grise- A giant marine salamander with a fish-like body, a dolphin-like head, venomous spines on their back fin, four blowholes on their heads, lay egg sacs, and have coloration that shows health and age.
  • Huwit- A newt that is roughly the size of a human hand. They are curious amphibians that dwell in murky waters and muds within semiarid deserts, as well as other bodies of water. They have flabby sides, they have flattened tails, and have long sticky tongues for grabbing insects from the air. They come in 38 different species across the AUU.
  • Metavincemander- A race-spieces of amphibious salamanders with green-blue skin and green webbing and crests. They hang around in swampy areas, and are now endangered since some went to a life of evil.
  • Prinochi- A crocodile-like salamander that hides out in lakes searching for food. It's teeth are retractable, and are large and sharp. It has a large sail on it's head and large crests on it's head. It can catch fish as fast as a shark, and can use it's green coloration to blend into the kelpy fields.
  • Qumor- A reef-dwelling salamander that takes the niche of sea slugs and consumes anemones to uses their sting venom in it's own stinging tendrils for self-defense and hunting.
  • Sinxamander- A large dark-blue yellow-striped salamander with the ability to change color.
  • Tachygloos- A yellow green-spotted frog-like salamander with the ability to run at a fast pace. It has large crests on it's head and tail which it uses for defense (tail crests) and for mating (head crests). During mating season, the male tachygloos can enlongate their head crests, and give them a better chance of mating.
  • Weewander- An aquatic salamander found in kelp forests that hunts fish and eats seaweed, having seaweed-like moustache crests on it's lips.
  • Yarkoyox- A red, orange, and yellow newt with a large crested sail and small head crest. It's poison causes instant burning to anyone it touches.
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  • Arboribian- A primate-like arboreal amphibian that starts out in small bodies of water and grow up to become agile creatures that fed on anything they could find and/or steal. They came in various species across the AUU and eventually gave birth to many amphibious races.
  • Anemodont- A terrestrial predatory xenoamphibian that lives in land reefs and has stretching stinging tendrils with poison from it's anemone diet.
  • Caeserk- A caecilian that fills the niche of snakes on multiple worlds, and as such it comes in over hundreds of species across the AUU, some venomous, some harmless. As amphibians, they can live in both water and land, and unlike snakes, they don't need air.
  • Crysk- A craggy, tri-pedal geophilic amphibian creatures from Uridia that sports large crystalline structure on each leg and two additional ones on top, and can launch crystalline projectiles.
  • Cwing- A xenoamphibian that has 4 wings useful for flying and swimming, two legs, and are found in shore or swamp areas.
  • Greeb- A predatory amphibian native to Aufonola that has antennae, flexible jaws, short tadpole tails, and dog-like bodies.
  • Googen- A predatory frog-like amphibian and solitary hunter with vocal sacs, a cat-like build, a short tadpole tail, and poisonous teeth.
  • Kerimako- A sauropod-like amphibian found in thick moist forests that can live for hundreds of years.
  • Milife- A large tailless salamander that has wing-like front legs for gliding, soft moist yet poisonous skin, long necks with fin-like crests, long back crests, and powerful jaws. They take the niche of terrestrial predators on the worlds/lands they inhabit.
  • Obscurmin- A cave-dwelling white amphibian that are roughly the size of a small fish, have two front flippers, four back legs, and looks like a small beetle on an upper view. They have few predators besides the other cave-dwelling animals that find them delectible. They come in dozens of species across the AUU.
  • Pammibi- A large terrestrial amphibian which dwells in swamps. While looking like a leathery-skinned mammal, it is actually an amphibian who lays gelatinous eggs, is born in the water, and grows into a 12ft behemoth.
  • Rosect- A six-legged xenoamphibian of a hundred thousand species that takes the niche of rodents on large amphibian worlds.
  • Sheathis- A pterosaur-like amphibian with a long tongue and colorful wings.
  • Soug- A six-legged crocodile-like xenoamphibian that takes the niche of crocodiles on large amphibian worlds.
  • Stingtongue- A xenoamphibian with tongues that resemble an anemone, use it's diet of anemones for venom, and are found in land reef.
  • Xelp- A pterosaur-like amphibian that evolved from gliding amphibians and hunts above or below the grove of trees using their long toothed tongues to catch bugs from the air. They come in over dozens of species across the AUU.
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Frogs and Toads

In the ocean, AUU frogs and toads fill similar niches to pinnipeds or cetaceans, and with their ability to breath underwater in a more unlimited degree, this allows them to stay underwater without any need for air.

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  • Glubile- An marine frog which is a distant relative to the Gurglioni. This creature not only communicates the same way through gurgles, but it is also a quick swimmer. It's legs have become long fish-like flippers and the tail has become vestigial.

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Marine AUU salamanders are in a similar niche to certain large fish, taking what they've evolved on land and applying them underwater including it's air filtering sacs and evolving their water sacs into swim bladders.

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  • Jellog- An oceanic salamander that is often bioluminescent, has translucent skin, have fish eyes, and have more fish-like behavior as opposed to amphibian behavior, coming in 188 different species across the AUU.

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  • Swill- An eel-like marine salamander which has a tail like an eel, and their legs have become flippers for great locomotion across the sea floors filter-feeding for dead plankton.
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Polliwogs

Polliwogs have a different definition in the AUU than the OUU which is the same as a tadpole. In the AUU, polliwogs are tadpoles that evolved to stay in their form without metamorphosis to adapt to marine climates. Most are thus found in the ocean.

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  • Blorog- A marine amphibian that evolved to stay inside it's tadpole form, and become a white transparent ghost-like swimmer found in kelp forests or open waters, and are capable of excreting a toxic cloud to defend it against predators. It comes in hundreds of different species across the AUU.
  • Eelider- A polliwog that became an eel-like semi-aquatic predator.
  • Fremp- A social raptor-like polliwog carnivore that forms packs from a single brood of tadpoles and can jump high with powerful legs and uses teeth and fangs that extend.
  • Gagtle- A large marine polliwog that fills the niche of whales on multiple worlds. They are known for their small vestigial limbs that formed into display features, have a slender flattened tail, have 4 eyes, and large gaping mouths feeding on either small plankton, fish, or crustaceans.
  • Gossomo- A whale-shark-like amphibian that is a large transparent filter feeder that dwells in open marine waters. They have manta-like cephalic fins, they have upside-down shark-like tail fins, and an easily-visible 'organ sac' that is durable enough to protect the organs as the skin is not that well-protected.
  • Oceanukus- A transparent amphibian which evolved to stay in a tadpole-like form. These sea-dwelling creatures is noted for it's organs that sometimes scare off it's predators.
  • Pinniwog- A marine polliwog that takes the niche of seals on many worlds.
  • Pisbath- A fish-like amphibian which has a rudder-like tail, has fins that serve as makeshift limbs for walking on the land, and comes in many shapes and sizes.
  • Santle- A fish-like polliwog that takes the niche of fish on many amphibian worlds.
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  • Serptarch- A giant predatory caecilian which is native to saltwater lakes across many worlds in the AUU. They can have several mates as it has developed 10 genitalial sacs that can develop up to 5 eggs each, and store them until the young hatch.

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Reptiles

Land Reptiles

Dinosaurs

In the AUU, dinosaurs aren't just common, but they're much more evolved than OUU dinosaurs. They evolved two brains, the seecond one inside another central skull in their ribcage, which is meant for increased motor function and cognition, they evolved a semi-warm-blooded nature, they learned to evolve both feathers and fur, and they have greater intelligence since their second brains help offer more room for such.

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  • Arctossole- A very large segnosaur with claws that are long and flattened side-to-side, forming tools that they use to dig for food under the snow. When feeding, they lower their heads to the ground, its spine nearly horizontal, while their claws plow through the snow. It's long, hollow, hair-like plumage covers almost all parts of its body, including the toes. They are now in something of a decline, as their home planets' tundras have receded, as they now live only in the rather narrow steppe belt around the tundras, and their extreme specialization to this habitat makes them very sensitive to environmental change.
  • Ansersaur- A conservative ornithoschian commonly found on large tropical lamdmasses across the AUU. They come in 6 species of small bipedal herbivores with no trace of a palpebral bone in their eyes which give them a comical 'beady-eyed' look, and a large crest on the top of it's snout formed from the nasal cavity and the top of the snout as the roof is formed entirely by the large premaxillary bones.
  • Alvas- An ostrich-like dinosaur similar to Struthiomimus. They are fast runners that can avoid predation, and on some worlds are used for riding on.
  • Aablong- An ornithomimid distinguishable for it's tan body feathers and it's deep-blue neck and head. They are omnivores that eat grass and carrion, and are named after their signature call.
  • Alqoffa- An ornithomimid that comes in 36 different species and dwells in desert outbacks. They run across the large prairies feeding on both dead meat and plants such as roots and grasses. Their common characteristics are arms that have been replaced by a single-clawed limb, long necks, and traces of feathers.
  • Accipume- A spiny raptor that is noted for hunting in packs and searching any areas rich in small animals such as rodents, crustaceans, insects, and other reptiles. They use their spiny quills to defend themselves from larger predators, as they are poisonous and can cause sickness for days.
  • Aqumeosaur- A semi-aquatic dromaeosaur that evolved a similar niche to penguins, though only in large wetlands and lagoons, feeding on seafood. They have a colored snout, sharp teeth, flipper-like front arms, and a paddle-like tail.
  • Anthrap- A primate-like dromaeosaur on multiple forest worlds that act as semi-primitive yet still non-sentient hunters that act as a pack and communicate with their own language as social creatures.
  • Anirk- A small theropod similar to Compsognathus that hunts in small groups inflicting a blood-feeding bacteria that tenderizes and heats up the meat that makes it easier to consume. They are adaptive predators found on several secluded islands and landmasses across the AUU.
  • Aiigiion- A pterosaur noted for it's piscivorous diet, although this did not make up their diet entirely. Their coloration and size ranged depending upon the 56 species, had strong legs, large single-clawed wings, yellow eyes and dagger-like teeth, and tails with two side-crests on the middle and tip.
  • Agargan- A semi-aquatic sauropod which spends most of it's time underwater feeding on large seaweed. They are only found in lakes and small seas.
  • Angrung- An ungulasaur which have colorful striped bodies, two long and flat black-streaked horns, powerfully-built tails, and are closely related to Bowcersaurs, minus their horns. They had the same habits, but they came in two different species with different horn appearances.
  • Ankletch- A ceratopsian that has a bizarre skull structure and armor that it uses against predators of all kinds. It's an island-native species that safely sticks in numbers to protect themselves. Being roughly the size of a Javan rhino, they can be found living solitarily in several island groves.
  • Ankypot- A semi-aquatic ankylosaur that applies the niche of hippos. It dwells in the lakes and rivers across many dinosaur worlds in the AUU. It feeds primarily on aquatic plants, cropping riperine vegetation or scrapping algae off rocks with its flattened beak. While they do spend much of their time in the water, they are also quite fleet-footed, with proportionally long and powerful legs to support them on land as they are often seen out of water and grazing off soft plants in forests, especially during winter, when the lakes and rivers have started to freeze.
  • Arbratch- An arboreal raptor that has long clawed phalanges, random coloration depending upon the 10,000 species, and are scavenging omnivores.
  • Boodon- A high-browsing ornithomimid that has long thin running legs, a long thin tail, long necks, long claws, and a featherless body, though for it's size, it weighs very light. It can reach high grazing, and has a long tongue for it, and they can use their hand and foot claws as a good defense besides their vast-running speed.
  • Biring- A dromaeosaur that is covered with gray-yellow feathers, has orange legs, an orange and yellow snout and face, a fan-like tail, wing-like arms, and hunt in packs of 5-9.
  • Baur- A bird-like flying raptor that fills the niche of birds on many prehistoric worlds across the AUU, coming in hundreds of different species, different shapes and sizes, and all with different colors. Evolving from dinosaurs similar to Archaeopteryx, some species are eaten by sentient beings.
  • Battustor- A dromaeosaur with large bat-like wings for intimidation or gliding, having black feathered bodies, large colorful-crested tails, and powerful jaws with serrated teeth. They come in 9 different species across the AUU.
  • Birher- A sea-dwelling pterosaur that fills the niche of seagulls on certain dinosaur planets. They come in different appearances, their common appearances being pterosaur wings and long crested tails.
  • Bazztyx- A bat-like pterosaur with webbed talons, a short tail, bat-like winds, a bird-like face, and a long sticky and toothed tongue. They were found among many ecosystems such as shores, swamps, forests, deserts, and wetlands.
  • Birzer- A pterosaur with a colorful head and head crest, a black-and-whitish body, patagia built between their legs and arms, and are efficient predators that mainly eat meat and also occasionally have plants along with it. They come in 23 different species across the AUU.
  • Blarp- An ostrich-like, flightless, bipedal, herbivorous pterosaur that lives in short grass savannahs all over the AUU, coming in 11 different species.
  • Brutallasaur- A large sauropod that evolved a smooth scaly hide that is impervious to any form of damage. Rather than their ancestors, they are viviparous, They have evolved a long lashing tail and neck with coloration on their frontal bodies. They are found in any kind of jungle environment.
  • Brocket- A hadrosaur with a red, black, and white tail useful for warning herds of predators, a crooked cup-shaped head crest, and can run very fast and come in groups of 60-98.
  • Bowcersaur- An ungulasaur that has two bow-shaped horns, streaked gray bodies, and short tails. They are solitary creatures, mostly preferring to browse near rivers and forest margins by themselves or in small groups. During the mating season, however, large groups may gather together, males displaying their fantastic branching horns and brilliant orange and blue facial markings.
  • Brissacc- An ungulasaur closely related to the Doracc that has crooked flat horns with long backward-facing ends, long tails, a gray and color-striped appearance, and colored heads. Their primary colors range from red and orange to green-blue, clue, and purple. They are the biggest of ungulasaurs, and is quite dangerous. These large-bodied marshdwellers are generally solitary, shunning their own kind out of breeding season. They are sometimes seen browsing alongside other ungulasaur herds for protection.
  • Brube- A large ceratopsian which has a sauropod-like body, but a neck that is not very long, a long tail, and a small frill. They have grown larger to well-protect themselves from predators, and commonly move in herds.
  • Brachotops- A large pseudoceratopsian that is similar to a sauropod, but is actually related to ceratopsians. Being comparably large, they may be spotted throughout many jungles and savannas across the AUU. They can be found just about anywhere where there are trees, roaming far and wide in search of fresh greenery leaving a trail of dung and destruction in their wake, providing opportunities for a host of other organisms.
  • Boofone- A large stegosaurid with a Spinosaurus-like back crest, a durable crested head, and takes the niche of rhinos among many worlds.
  • Carnosaurus Rex- A long descendant of dinosaurs similar to the T-Rex. It's teeth and jaws have evolved into a look similar to the jaws of a Dunkleosteus, teeth being completely made of bone. They have also evolved bigger arms for grabbing objects. They are found in mostly jungle environments.
  • Cheegion- A small theropod noted for having no arms, long thin legs, deadly bites that contain pain-inflicting poisons. They hunted in family groups and could run as fast as a cheetah.
  • Chetui- A spotted carnotaur-like theropod which has poisonous back spines, vestigial arms, and are very fast runners capable of hunting in packs. They are usually loners, but are sometimes known to cooperate with siblings or other closely related individuals. Despite this fact, a chetui will drive away or kill an unrelated individual if it catches one trespassing in its territory.
  • Carchasaur- A theropod dinosaur similar to Carcharodontosaurs, but being 10% bigger. Their noted for their opposable thumbs, their spiked backs, their bizarre teeth, their incredibly-built bodies, and their feathered bodies.
  • Cockot- A dromaeosaur related to the Drak, and appearing very similar, minus the Cockot's feathery bodies and rooster-like faces. They are pack hunters that hunt in groups of 8-13.
  • Cynoraptor- A species of raptor which are the size of wolves, but are equally as terrifying. In fact, they have the personalities of dogs, and the sounds they make are similar to barks, whines, and growls. This allows them to be great pet companions. They have 2 sickle-claws on their feet, and one sickle-claw on their arms.
  • Cloudtooth- A mountains-dwelling dromaeosaur that has elegant feather coloration, sickle claws on their feet, beak-like snouts, and eat anything that comes into their territory.
  • Cressaur- A sauropod noted for it's giraffe-like coloration, it's spiny back, and for the large spiny crests on the top of it's neck. They are social creatures that live in groups and graze on high tree top leaves.
  • Chromhade- A hadrosaur known for it's dull-brown body, brown back hairs and a brown neck sac, a blue facial horn and purple structures on the snout. They came in herds of 19-37, and were very tough and hard-to-tackle targets for predators.
  • Crozzosaur- A hadrosaur closely related to the Spintosaur, except they don't have randomly-shaped crests, they have an orange and black-streaked coloration, a blue rear for attracting potential mates, and long straight tails with yellow-and-black-streaked crests on the tip. It moves about in tight herds often only seen as a bunch of tails waving above the long grasses. When a predator attacks, the herd breaks up in a confusing flurry of flags and poles, leaving the attacker bewildered.
  • Crownilope- An ungulasaur that has a frill-like crest on it's nostrils and frontal face, covered with spikes. This is useful for protecting it's face from attacks to the head, as well as wrestling for mates. They come in 22 different species across the AUU.
  • Critesen- A large hadrosaur that has spiny back crests, and are very powerful creatures that can push down a tree to reach for it's food, males having stripes on their heads while females just have one. They come in 61 different species across the AUU.
  • Ceratak- A small, gracile herbivorous hadrosaur that has ridged-grinding teeth and is widely spread across the AUU. Most of these species are obligate quadrupeds, but one or two smaller species spend much of their time on their hind legs. They can be found in forest environments in many regions in two different species.
  • Clubbord- An ankylosaur that has roof-spined edges on their tails, spiny plated backs, club-like tails, rough skin, multiple horns on it's head, and is very aggressive, known to injure other males and even willingly kill them just to get a mate.
  • Crackerbeak- An arboreal hypsilophodont that evolved specialized perching feet. They use their colorful beaks for cracking seeds and fruit, and in the males, the beak has a small crest on top of it for attracting mates.
  • Collosisaurus- Giantic rock-covered creatures from the Citi System big enough to hold ecosystems and even primitive Citimite civilisations on their backs. They can live for a long time and have an organ system that allows them to survive without food or water for a long time, which is very helpful in their mostly rocky/desert planet. When they do need to eat, they mainly aim for rocks and other stones due to a unigte dietary system given the current environment.
  • Cristsaur- A theropod with colorful necks and heads, and two small head crests.
  • Dominox- A giant theropod that is the AUU's second-rating superpredator. It is a giant predator that stands over 25ft tall, has small traces of fur, long muscular bodies, the ability to camouflage with a limited amount of color change, can mimic the sounds of other animals and thus communicate with them, has poisonous spines on it's back, long jagged-clawed arms, a long crested tail perfect for lashing at opponents, teeth that were pure bone and jaws that weren't attached to the skull and allowed for wider opening like a shark, could run at long distances, had small traces of armor, and could choose whether or not to hunt solitarily or in groups, being efficient either way. This was a superpredator native to that was thought to evolve closely to the C-Rex until further examination lead to it being more related to a former extinct superpredator that was a very far evolutionary cousin to the C-Rex, as the two actually shared convergent evolution, Dominox evolving the same habits and physiology of C-Rex, and became better than it in every way. Because it is a superpredator, it could cause a lot of damage to most ecosystems it is introduced in as it needs one where it's population is controlled and it doesn't cause any extinctions like it has before.
  • Denblexosaur- A large sabre-toothed predatory dinosaur. These teeth are used to punch a large wound in it's prey, so severe it can die within 10 seconds. These teeth are also regenerative, breaking off once a year.
  • Dracerior- A dilophosaurid-like dinosaur and a relative of the Turretosaur which has bioluminescent neck frills for warning, and it has the ability to use an additional lung to store hydrogen as it consumes combustable metals to breath a long stream of fire that can spread 5 feet.
  • Dipiniton- a furry fish-eating mountain-dwelling coelurosaur with white fur for warmth, and long beak-like jaws filled with fine-pointed teeth.
  • Doiilsaur- A ornithomimid dinosaur noted for dwelling in wetlands. They have dull-brown coloration with yellow-tan underneath, vestigial wing-like arms, and a red-and-yellow-striped beak and face. They commonly travelled in groups like a flamingo, and chased fish into a single spot where they started feeding.
  • Drak- A species of raptor-like theropods similar to Troodon. They hunt in groups of 8-26, and their coloration makes them difficult to spot in the savanna.
  • Dragoraptor- A dromaeosaur that can fly with it's wings, and at the same time, can use armosis to deliver powerful projectile attacks that burn the target with acid of flammable chemicals.
  • Dracodact- A dragon-like pterosaur which is known to be as big as a Quetzalcoatlus They range in coloration from blue or aquamarine, and they have large wings and a long lizard tail with a crested tip.
  • Drygedon- A large pterosaur noted for it's orange wings with three fingers that split from the patagium for steering and flight control, the tail which has a large red crest that goes down most of the tail, it's toothed beak similar to that of Anhanguera, and colorful crests.
  • Demonosaur- A short-necked, viviparous, rhino-like sauropod with a crusty armored hide and large broad spikes on their backs. They have little-to-no predators, and are only vulnerable as juveniles. Their charges can deal a huge amount of damage, and they easily fill the niche of rhino-like creatures on multiple dinosaur worlds.
  • Doracc- An ungulasaur noted for two-pronged horns, and grayish bodies with colorful bioluminescent speckles. They are the fastest and smallest of the ungulasaurs, and are known to attain speeds acomparable to those of the fastest of antelopes. They are mixed browser-grazers, and are notoriously skittish, and outrun partially all predators.
  • Duosaur- A relatively rare hadrosaur with found only in the arid grasslands of outback worlds. They are noted for two diagonally-straight horns that form a capital V-shape held aloft by powerful muslces anchored to enlarged neural spines over it's shoulder-blades and are used principally as sexual symbols or defense, and are grazers that have beaks which are blunt but not squared and are capable of cropping a wide range of vegetation. They are capable of tackling the toughest and most poisonous of grasses.
  • Dendcer- An arboreal long-legged hadrosaur that can be found in large jungles across the AUU, coming in 6 species. They have unique crenulated pads on their feet that are superficially similar to a remora's suction-disc, allowing them to tightly grasp onto vertical surfaces. Most have a large thumb-spike that can be used for defense or for puncturing and scrapping large fruits.
  • Dugagong- A bipedal semi-aquatic hadrosaur that can be found on AUU dinosaur worlds floating low upon coastal ocean swells, paddling around warm lagoons, or wading through freshwater streams. Some species tend to prefer the last of these niches, inhabiting such large and famous rivers across the AUU where they eat a variety of water plants and dam streams like beavers and excavate large shallow bogs to further the growth of their favorite foods. The marine species, though not as industrious as their freshwater relatives, range in size and fill the niche of walruses, penguins, and sometimes whales.
  • Drurdle- A rodent-sized ankylosaur that has red-brown plated scales and a small club that is only useful for stunning and agitating larger predators so it can scurry away. It is a scavenger that consumes the recently-deceased, though snacks on insects as well.
  • Dinchgo- A meter-long omnivorous predatory dinosaur that evolved from ornithopods and are noted for sexual dimorphism. Males are partially quadrupeds with a sail atop its back. The rays in this sail are tipped with venomous barbs, containing poisons from consumed desert plants. Females are larger and look more like a typical predatory dinosaur.
  • Demshasaur- A species of arboreal ornithopod which evolved from heavier creatures that have reduced size, and got long legs with suction-like crenulated pads on their feet that allow them to climb in trees or possibly on walls.
  • Debber- A small running and hopping hypsilophodont that spends it's time sprinting and leaping across desert landscapes.
  • Draccasaur- A pachycephalosaur-like dinosaur similar to Dracorex hogwartsia. It has a head covered with spikes, and a skull that can withstand enormous amounts of pressure, allowing it to deliver devastating charge blows, and even use them as a mating ritual.
  • Ellator- A troodon-like theropod found roaming outbacks, billabongs swamps, bogs, and desert environments across many worlds across the AUU, and was first discovered by hillbillies in the Appalaciorhn region of Thexus and thus earned the first discovered species, the Hillbilly ellator, it's scientific name of Ellatosaurus appalaciorhnis. Not much of it's behavior is currently known at the moment, minus it's hyena-like cackles and a few entailing it hunting some of the smaller creatures in the area, most notably mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
  • Erinisasaur- An Edmontosaurus-like dinosaur which has been noted to stand on four or two legs, are fast runners, can swim perfectly, and can use their powerful tails to strike with the force of a baseball bat. They eat different kinds of plants.
  • Elombo- A hadrosaur which is a member of an ungulate-like order called ungulasaurs, as it has toed front legs, and hooves on their back legs, a leathery hide, and a unicorn-like horn on it's head which it uses for defense. They are nearsighted and bad-tempered, charging at anything that moves, as well as having a habit of drinking a lot, staying close to reliable water sources.
  • Eucaur- A medium-sized hadrosaur found in jungles and savannas, having short and deep tails, and horse-like muzzles tipped by flattened beaks. Most species are quite large, and some have an omnivorous diet.
  • Eletopsert- A large ceratopsian 2x bigger than an average elephant, and takes the niche of said creature. Though a herbivore, it is a truly fearsome and ferociously territorial animal, and their bellicose tempers and extremely poor eyesight makes them liable to charge at any moving object in their vicinity. It is a difficult animal to study as any vehicle such as a jeep, hovercraft, or any on-foot passionate sentient being have been destroyed, partially or completely, and trampled by enraged bulls. Though they are only aggressive because they primarily have 10x more testosterone than an elephant, which was necessary for them to get enough adrenaline to defend themselves and fight unstoppably. They are specialist-browsers that can tear down anything in order to get to their favorite meals, which are full of testosterone and sugars that give them their destructive edge. Both sexes have curving jugal horns. Females use their slightly smaller horns for uprooting small trees and clearing paths through brush, but the males' tusks are more decorative in nature. In the mating season, males will butt their tusks against each other and push, demonstrating to watching females their strength and general health. The tusks are sharp, and may be used by either sex against attackers, but in mating battles between males, they are careful to avoid injuring either himself or his opponent. During most of the year, they will kill any large animal that gets near them, but in love, they are gentle beasts.
  • Eevu- A raptor that has a deepish gray blue body, glowing cyan eyes, hairy backs, and tranquilizing bite venom.
  • Elefrill- A raptor with neck frills that look like elephant ears and drooping crests, and can spit venom.
  • Fluck- An ornithomimid mostly-noted for it's red head, the males' bare and brightly-colored neck skin with a red wattle adding to the effect. The long pedal claws are used for digging up roots, burrowing animals and inflicting nasty wounds on any predators. They are semi-domesticated creatures that can be found across the dry savannas of several worlds.
  • Frizysaur- A dromaeosaur which hunts in packs and has large intimidating neck frills. They are noted for hunting in packs of 12-39, have spines on the sides of their tails, small traces of fur, and very vicious appetites. Their alpha's mouths contain venom glands that are achieved by consuming the amino acid-rich meat necessary to fully-develop the glands from other alphas.
  • Firmby- A bird-like raptor that is capable of limited flight, having feathered wings and tails, yellow legs, arms, and beaks, pigmented necks that are meant to attract potential mates, and their mating rituals and sex involves aerial stunts.
  • Featzer- A dromaeosaur that has a colorful bioluminescent neck dewlap, a feather-like crest on it's head, it can walk on all fours or erect, and are very efficient in a pack. They are curious and show some signs of intelligence including zoovocalism.
  • Frapper- A dromaeosaur noted for being a large solitary hunter. The makes have heavily-patterned heads and chests to attract potential mates.
  • Frilloter- A large dromaeosaur that has large patterned frills like a frill-necked lizard, and is capable of firing a fiery red acid that can harm the target and allow the animal to attack. They reside within outback worlds across the AUU.
  • Flurra- A scaled and feathered pterosaur with feathered wing membranes. But the wings, or patagia, are not meant for flying, but for gliding long distances in the trees. Its hollow bones help to keep down the body weight. It can control its gliding flight path by altering the position of its arms and by swinging its long tail. When hunting or feeding below, the flurrit folds its patagia away.
  • Fireneck- A giant sauropod similar to Camarasaurus that has a fire-colored upper neck and head, useful for warning predators strong enough to kill sauropods of it's toxic bites.
  • Ferchatus- An agile ceratopsian with a deadly display of horns, a large neck frill, and an armoured hide.
  • Fuscale- A stegosaurid noted for it's hairy back-crests as a means to limit the sunlight they absorb to regulate their body temperature. They have 4 spikes on their tails, have hair along the sides of their back and the top of their necks, and are fiercely territorial.
  • Foothule- An agile squirrel-like two-legged arboreal predatory dinosaur with tufts on their heads, a tuffed tail, and long thick legs for racing and climbing trees.
  • Feevle- A colorful oviraptor capable of changing color with mood, emotion, and health.
  • Firute- A gliding pterosaur with built-in patagia, and a colorful long neck for display and warning against it's bite venom.
  • Gammea- An ostrich-like sauropod that gave up a 4-legged nature, coming in 400 species across the AUU.
  • Gargarillasaur- A large black omnivorous theropod that resides deep in the dense groves of jungles on multiple worlds across the AUU taking the niches of gargarillas, yet being 7% smaller. Renowned for its enormous strengh, it is noted for it's small tail, and its well-guarded nests contain only 2 eggs the size of rugby balls, they are as social as birds, but can be quite vicious when it feels threatened.
  • Gatorosaur- A species of highly-specialized semi-aquatic predatory theropods with broad, flexible tails, webbed feet, and tooth-filled jaws. It seems to fill the same niche of crocodiles on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Gormasaur- A scavenging green crocodilian tyrannosaur with detachable jaws and no front limbs.
  • Gassosaur- A large Gigantoraptor-like dromaeosaur that is known to possess three stomachs, two of which brew toxic substances mixed with digestive acid, digested food and indigestible material and many others. It uses these two stomachs, called toxons, to emit a blast of toxic material and allow the creature to literally breath toxins and slowly poison and suffocate it's prey. They come in 9 different species across the AUU.
  • Glyme- A raptor and one of the most famous for it's gliding bat wings which replace former feathered wings, four equal sickle claws on their hands and feet, and large tail crests for signaling to the members of the pack.
  • Gulctyl- A seagull-like pterosaur that inhabits shores and shorelines all across the AUU, coming in 189 different species across the AUU.
  • Gimuhh- A large sauropod noted for it's black-tipped neck and tail, it's blotty-patterned dull-gray coloration, and it's colorful lower neck crests which is used for attracting mates.
  • Gesreter- A colonial bone-headed dinosaur evolved from small ceratopsians. They build fortresses in trees where the queen sits on eggs. Males serve as soldiers in the colonies.
  • Gigantops- A colossal ceratopsian covered in fur, having a large crusty frill, two bull-like horns, horns on the upper head that appear like hair, 6 small horns on it's middle snout, 3 rhino-like horns on it's snout, short tails, and large crests on it's rear for attracting potential mates. They are very tough behemoths that can be very hostile and dangerous when angered or attacked.
  • Gabyronkle- A glyptodon-like desert-dwelling ankylosaur. It has a spiked club on it's tail, and a rough spiked shell meant for conserving moisture. It has a tough skull cap, and a furry underside.
  • Gosusaur- A small ankylosaur that is ill-tempered and loud, the last species of its genus. They trundle through jungles eating fungi, small plants, roots and bulbs, and bark. They have poison-secreting glands all over their skin used as a deterrent for predators.
  • Gaonna- A kangaroo-like ornithopod that inhabits the deserts and desert scrubs of outback worlds, having a durable blue skull spot, and are very agile and evasive dinosaurs.
  • Gimpus- A small nectar-sipping arboreal dinosaur the size of a mouse. It has thick limbs, fingers, and toes used for scouting trees searching for nectar to eat. It's long proboscis can suck enough nectar out of a flower to feed it for 10 days.
  • Glana- An aerial theropod that has bat-like wings with only one finger lining it, brown feathers, blue tail feathers, an infectious bite, and glowing yellow eyes.
  • Hungrand- A carnotaur-like theropod which has a spiny back, powerfully-built jaws and legs, a short tail, fingerless arms, and blue monstrous eyes. They commonly hunt in groups of 2-5, using their strong jaws to inflict damage onto their prey.
  • Hone- A small herbivorous segnosaur that is an adept climber and eats a variety of foods ranging from moss over seeds and tree bark to berries and even insects. They are highly territorial with adult cocks fiercely guarding their feeding grounds. These otherwise shy creatures will often kill each other over land disputes, but females and juveniles may travel with impunity. During the winter, they sleep in the small caves they dig in the snow, and even hibernate for several weeks if the weather becomes too harsh.
  • Hargack- A predatory dromaeosaur named after their harsh croaking calls that is very common all around many bog and country worlds across the AUU. They hunt small mammals and often use their long forelimbs to dig them out from their holes. They also catch small birds and scavenge. They live in very loose packs with each individual protecting it's own territory, but when a large food resource is located, the individual that found the food will call the others to feed after it has finished eating.
  • Hormmon- A hadrosaur in the ungulasaur order, having toes on their frontal legs, and hooved back legs, a patterned body, and ungulate-like antlers (males' like a reindeer's, and females' much smaller). It lives in large herds, usually of around 30-50 individuals but occasionally up to 200. Old males tend to be solitary. It feeds on leaves and tender branches and sometimes digging for tubers.
  • Hexagisaur- A hadrosaur in the ungulasaur order, and is best noted for it's 6 straight horns, 3 on each side of the head, whereas the males have longer horns than the females. It is a creature of scrub and savannah, rarely far from water although it is not closely associated with it. It lives in herds of up to 30 individuals led by an elderly bull with young males forming separate herds of the same size. They feed on grasses and other vegetation.
  • Irth- A hadrosaur in the ungulasaur order, related to the Elombo and the Brube, and having a similar appearance, but they have to straight horns on the sides of their heads, but a middle frill that comes in different shapes.
  • Jagdher- A large quadruped theropod nocturnal ambush predator that subdues their prey with their forelimbs before dealing a lethal precision bite with their sharp beaks and two incisors. They started out as small bipeds until targeting larger more dangerous prey made their forelimbs increasingly large and well-muscled while their frontal legs became robust and reinforced to better balance themselves. It's found throughout semi-desert to rainforest-edge ecosystems. It largely hunts in small packs, often tackling animals far larger than themselves but will also run down smaller prey.
  • Jalamora- A small theropod the size of a dog that is related to the Toxysaur, and is a very popular pet on the market across the AUU. In the wild, they can naturally spit paralyzing venom, but regulations exist in domestication about removing the venom glands.
  • Jawper- A quadrupedal theropod that evolved four legs to move more efficiently for hunting, retaining it's strong biting jaws.
  • Jawva- A raptor that became birds, except no beaks and raptor jaws, large eagle wings, powerful talons, and bird tails, taking the niche of birds on many dinosaur worlds.
  • Khigger- A theropod that is half the size of Carnosaurus Rex. They were feathery creatures that hunted in family groups, lacked frontal limbs, and had the same boney teeth as a C-Rex.
  • Kybmosaur- An ankylosaurid which has lost it's tail club in favor of a vast spiky-armored back, vastly-protected spiky and furry legs, underbelly, and neck. They are one of many dinosaurs capable of getting up after falling off it's side, and it's spikes are serrated, allowing for easy defense against predators.
  • Kepper- A stegosaur that lives in the prodigious temperate rainforests of multiple worlds across the AUU. They are selective eaters that browse along the forest floor or rearing to nip anything edible from low-growing branches. Their armor plating has been fused into a series of large spines, vaguely reminiscent of the plates of it's ancestors. To complete the image, they also possess a gruesome array of spines on their tails which they wield against any predators that make the mistake of attacking them.
  • Klave- A theropod similar to a carnotaur, but is the size of a raptor, a crested tail, small hairs and feathers, and durable heads.
  • Kraven- A large dromaeosaur with a muscular build, a crested tail, powerful arms and legs with two sickle claws on each hand and foot, a back with layered armor, a powerful mouth with four poisonous fangs with hemotoxins, aposematic red patterned frills with eye patterns that scare bigger predators, glowing fire-red eyes, and are socially-selective predators.
  • Lammux- A large hairy therizinosaur found across the harshest tundras of the AUU, moving in bands a few dozen individuals before oncoming migrations. These quarter-ton herbivores eat any plant material they can find, small trees, unappetizing ferns and mosses, and even lichens, which they scrape from rocks with their broad beaks. The ability to find food even on the bleak winter tundra is critical for it's natural habitat, and they are among the many reptiles to survive a cold environment, which reptiles are not used to. They use their long claws for defense and digging for roots.
  • Loogosaur- A small dromaeosaur that is known to have mucus filled with reactive substances from the omnivorous diet of peppers and other fruits with reactive substances and use them as projectiles by using metallic wisdom teeth to ignite them and fire flaming projectiles that do serious damage to it's target. They come in 50 different species, all with different coloration, size, and shape.
  • Leitch- A small dromaeosaur that has feather-like wing membranes and a membraned tail, has a pigmented head, and take the niche of small birds primarily on dinosaur worlds. They feed on insects, carrion, and eggs.
  • Lynthronax- An aggressive dromaeosaur that are very merciless predators and pack-hunters, yet are still coordinated and dangerous, capable of firing armosis projectiles through toxic berry intake for their toxon stomachs, though some species do not have this ability.
  • Lanker- A giraffe-like dinosaur with long legs evolved from flying dinosaurs which give it a vast running speed. It's long snout gives it an excellent sense of smell, and it runs in a pacing motion.
  • Lumbopod- A gargantuous sauropod with a small elephant-like trunk. It's skin is thick and leathery, quite resistant to meat-eaters' claws and teeth, and it's trunk is used as a respiration organ and for grabbing tufts of grass for eating.
  • Ligicer- A hadrosaur with a back-structured crest, three-toed feet, and distinctive wide duck-like snouts. With no defenses, they congregate in herds of up to several dozen individuals. They are all-purpose feeders, as they'll eat anything from plants including grasses, leaves, water weeds, roots, and even bark.
  • Longcersaur- A hadrosaur in the ungulasaur order which is similar to the Hexagisaur, but it has 4 horns, 2 on each side. It lives in herds of 10-50 individuals, often associating with sauropods or other ungulasaurs, and feeds on grass and leaves. They can go for long periods without water.
  • Licorine- A duck-billed ornithischian with broad, three-toed feet, and a distinctive wide, duck-like snout. They eat a variety of vegetation, and are strong swimmers. They have trumpet-like vocalizations and a large vocabulary. Their bony color-changing head crests are used for breeding rituals.
  • Madbird- A highly-aggressive dromaeosaur that dwells in rainforests and jungles across the AUU. These stocky animals like to scavenge, and have been seen running after fair game animals, but normally they eat leaves, shoots and fallen fruits. They also use their strong arms to pull branches down to graze the food on them.
  • Manzoc- A dromaeosaur with poisonous spiny integuments that can cause paralysis. It has a pygostyle-like fusion of the last caudal vertebrae. This structure seems to have evolved to act as a base for the numerous large quills at the tip of manticorant's tail that it can launch at will as a poisonous projectile.
  • Mrypter- A small pterosaur similar to Anurognathus with a small gerbil-like tail, shot spines on their backs, long stretchy tongues, colorful wings with coloration ranging depending on the species, and fill the common niche of birds on dinosaur planets.
  • Monacosaur- A giant dinosaur evolved from ceratopsians with a golden frill that is nearly indestructible, providing a good defense against predators. It also has a golden rhino horn used for charging at predators, and also as a mating ritual.
  • Micrior- A dwarf-sized ceratopsian which evolved from ceratopsians that were stranded on an island and became smaller over the past thousand years. They are known for their colorful frills, their rock-hard spiked skulls, and their lethality in a stampede.
  • Mmercer- A small ceratopsian that has a patterned face, a yellow horn, and are very sluggish but aggressive creatures that can easily be as aggravated as a wild boar.
  • Mankytee- A semi-aquatic social ankylosaur that takes the niche of manatees on multiple dinosaur-occupied worlds in the AUU that travels in pods of 4-12 individuals with pairs that mate for life and walk onto river deltas and sandbanks to lay eggs, and are very defensive of their young. They are commonly found in saltwater estuaries of tropical lands. During the night, they paddle into the deep ocean presumably to feed on the nutrient-rich kelp and surface feeding cnidarians. They stabilize themselves on the surface by inflating and deflating their lungs, helping them stay afloat. Towards the morning, they swim back to shore since this is the time when the oceanic predators are active. Since their armor plating old covers their dorsal regions, their undersides are quite vulnerable to attack. They are often followed by an armada of fish, some parasitic, some valuable, and still others seeking protection.
  • Mractor- Armless featherless raptors that, while having no eyes, can use their sonic screams as echolocation, as well as use it for hunting.
  • Notster- An ostritch-like ornithomimid that is a fairly widespread apex herbivore on multiple savanna and jungle worlds across the AUU.
  • Ninjysaur- A dromaeosaur that is found on large tropical islands all across the AUU. They are black-colored nocturnal carnivores that have unusually long arm feathers which may be used to aid in jumping. It can climb trees effectiely thanks to unusually flexible joints in the inner toes.
  • Neanea- A dromaeosaur well known for being capable of flight through dragon-like wings, being like a dinosaur wyvern. They come in over 500 different species across the AUU.
  • Numcep- A pachycephalosaur that is noted for it's red-orange durable heads that have glands that make them numb when it uses it for defense, it's deep-yellow spotted coloration, and it's striped tail. It dwells in high-altitude rainforests grazing on the highest plants, favorite foods being flowers filled with pollen and nectar, the pollen of which it spreads through defecation.
  • Naugite- A woodpecker-like arboreal predatory dinosaur with a long middle toe on each of it's feet for grasping onto trees, and a pecking beak for digging into trees for bugs.
  • Olithasaur- A predatory hadrosaur-like dinosaur which evolved from semi-quadruped theropods which hunts in packs. They have knife-like teeth and run as fast as a jungle cat. They can even still stand on 2 legs and use it's size as a form of intimidation.
  • Ooba- A long-legged hadrosaurs with an inflatable sac on it's head which it uses for low-frequency communication. They are fast runners that can elude many kinds of dinosaurs.
  • Pirasaur- A coelurosaur noted for it's black coloration, it's tiger-colored waist and arms, it's long crusty tail, it's lion-like mane, and for one of it's limbs packing a massive single claw on it's right forelimb. They were mostly solitary and only hunt socially in family groups.
  • Panirid- A tropic-dwelling pangolin-like predatory dinosaur related to coelurosaurs, has scaly armor that can rattle for display and warning of it's deadly spiked tongue which it uses as both a feeding mechanism, and as an impaling weapon.
  • Peeplock- A bird-like ornithomimid that is omnivorous, but is mostly carnivorous. They crave meat more than plants, and thus they will hunt for it. They have feathered bodies, orange legs and orange one-clawed fingerless forward-facing arms, a duck-like toothed bill, and communicate like raptors.
  • Paptor- A monkey-like raptor which is best known for being a close member of the chain of raptors that evolved into the many sentient raptor-like beings in the AUU. They commonly have brown-and-blue feather coloration, blackish-gray skin, yellow parrot-like eyes, and bizarre faces. They are as curious as chimps, and often like to cause trouble.
  • Pyriiraptor- A species of cunning veliociraptor that are about the size of an average velociraptor, but are invincible in a pack. Their known for their intellect, hot tempers, their red and orange feathers, and their ear-piercing screeches which are extremely loud.
  • Polasaur- An arctic-dwelling raptor evolved from draks. It isn't much of a runner, but it has adapted to life on the arctic ice sheet. A thick white plumage covers it's whole body except for the tip of the snout and the webbing between its toes. They are also among the many theropods capable of efficient swimming, and fills the niche of polar bears on dinosaur worlds. It consumes land or sea reptiles and birds.
  • Poladrak- A snow-dwelling relative of the drak and taking the niche of polar bears on dinosaur worlds across the AUU. It's one of the many cryptic reptiles that has adapted to life on the arctic ice sheet. A thick white plumage covers its whole body except for the tip of the snout and the webbing between its toes, as it is one of the best swimmers amongst modern theropods, because it often has to cross large bodies of water to get to its prey. They usually hunt for small semi-aquatic animals which they stalk by waiting near their breathing holes, waiting for the prey to come up. Their arms are remarkably long and powerful as they use them to pull animals as big as themselves on the ice.
  • Practyl- A species of pterosaur which was the size of an elephant. They are distinctive for it's large crest similar to those of tapejaridae pterosaurs, and a long crested tail.
  • Poucacinus- a duck-like pterosaur with webbed feet, a stiff tail, and a transparent throat pouch like that of a pelican.
  • Pickwing- A pterosaur that has upward-curving teeth that constantly keep growing like a rodent's teeth, a red head, red wings, a red-crested tail, red leg membranes, has black and dark-blue bodies with red spots lining their backs. They feed on mollusks, parasites, insects, and other hard-to-remove meat that it picks using it's teeth.
  • Psargod- A large colossal creature that, despite looking like a sauropod, is actually a close relative of them. They stand very tall, having long legs, long tails, moderately-shorter necks, and can grow up to 13 meters. Herds of the giants demolish trees across pampas and open woodlands south. These voracious herbivores are major agents of deforestation, but paradoxically, are the major vectors for the reproduction of many pampas trees. They move about constantly in their search for food, and many trees produce inconspicuous green fruits for the herbivores to take in with their leaves, moving many kilometers before they finally drop the seeds into soil that has now been conveniently fertilized.
  • Psarmmid- A close relative of the Psargod that is much smaller, but equally as powerful. They uproot trees to get to their leaves and/or fruits. They are commonly noted for their colored heads and back necks.
  • Pottop- A hippo-like ceratopsian that takes the niche of said creature on multiple dinosaur worlds across the AUU. It has more pronounced horns and a splendid flourescent colored hide when combined with water and the oils it secretes, and it's throat gets intensely colorful in breeding cycles. Watching a herd of these peaceful animals wallowing around in slow motion seems to have a relaxing effect on human observers. They can mostly be seen in rivers often alongside multiple species of fish.
  • Pedlub- A bipedal ankylosaur that learned to stand on two legs, yet it commonly still runs on all-fours, only standing in combat stance. It has a horned head that serves as a battering ram, a club-like tail used for inflicting damage, and a spiked and armored back used as defense. It feeds on leaves, grass, and berries.
  • Qopolot- A carnotaur-like theropod that is related to the chetui, having poisonous spined backs, but it is much smaller. Unlike it's relative, it is a pack-hunter which relies more on cooperation and endurance than explosive speed.
  • Rassprek- A relative to the sprek found in the high grassy ranges of the mountains of the AUU. Males have wide and thick bone and keratin crests that function as a fighting organ to establish dominance.
  • Ract- A species of rabbit-sized raptors which are considered pests for feasting on crops and food. They raid counters and are small enough to squeeze through spaces they can get their heads into. They can often be kept as pets.
  • Ronk- An oviraptor-like dromaeosaur that has rough brown skin, a white head and neck, a crusty beaked head with teeth, a hair-like back neck, dull-brown fur on it's body, and strong legs and arms packed with claws. They live in groups and are known to steal food from others, and rarely hunt.
  • Rarrip- A subspecies of an extinct species of raptor-like creatures. The genders have sexual dimorphism, males having frills and a leaf-like feather on their tails, and females having a small crest on the back of their heads. They are known for being surprisingly athletic and acrobatic in their nature.
  • Raleape- A small predatory dinosaur that, while similar to a theropod, actually is a descendant to raptors. They are easy creatures for riding on, and are known for their sticky saliva which it can fire at a fast speed.
  • Rammahorn- A ceratopsian noted for it's small frill, it's gray coloration, short tail, small size, and horns on the size of it's head useful for charging and impaling predators. They live in groups of 8-18 individuals.
  • Raith- A ceratopsian which has lost it's neck-frill and had instead developed tougher hides, and small bird-like beaks. They are aggressive creatures that can often be cranky when fighting for potential mates.
  • Retraspysaur- An ankylosaurid with retractable spikes on it's armor and tail club. These spikes are like porcupine quills, are poisonous, and can regenerate when broken off. They are passive-aggressive beasts that will not hesitate to crush someone when it perceives it as a threat.
  • Salse- A raptor with brownish-reddish skin and black or white fur, and are very pestilent creatures on many worlds.
  • Sanble- A burrowing subterranean coelurosaur similar to the golden mole that lives in African-style deserts and desert scrubs.
  • Spritt- A fast-running theropod similar to a Carnotaur, only much smaller with more thin legs and an agile build for fast-running. They hunt in packs and can disembowel a bigger theropod easily.
  • Spranthor- A predatory theropod which uses it's tusks to impale it's prey. They are fast runners which will attack anything small enough to eat, and it is very difficult to tame.
  • Spinyusaur- A large theropod noted for being a deadly hunter with long spines near the end of it's tail and neck, it's disappeared arms replaced with claws, shark-like jaws, and it comes in over 9 different species.
  • Sturkleme- A terrestrial theropod related to the jagdher that has a spiky back of poisonous spines, and a large terrestrial solitary carnivore that stakes out a huge territory in a wide variety of habitats. It primarily hunts large, slow moving herbivores but also does a significant amount of scavenging. For it's size, it's surprisingly agile and swims well. It also has a deep hatred for it's evolutionary relative the jagdher as competitive predators, among other unrelated predators that it kills the babies of for both meat and ridding the competition.
  • Sprek- A thrizinosaur-like herbivorous theropod streks that is the most diverse cursorial herbivores of the coniferous and mixed forests as well as the freezing mountain ranges of the AUU. They come in 3 species as their skulls are strong and capable of crushing woody plant material, has crests on their snouts, small moderately-strong clawed hands and much more powerful long legs.
  • Snowsprek- A therizinosaur-like herbivorous cousin to the sprek that is among the many reptiles that can survive a cold environment. Similar to it's evolutionary cousin except it has long feathers. It is thought to have spread from the frigid mountains of it's cousin's territory to the frigid plains in some ice age or other. Large herds of them now roam frozen steppes across the AUU. It formed a flat horn-like crest which can be used to dig for food under the snow, and an enlarged nasal cavity that forms a very distinct bump on both sides of the head.
  • Sprooge- A furry Velociraptor with a long bald tail, clawed toes with one pointing upward, and a corpse-like appearence. They use their ability to play dead to trap other meat-eaters with it's upward-facing claw.
  • Screep- A nocturnal dromaeosaur that has a crested spiky patterned tail, small wing-like arms for intimidating, strong legs, and have the ability to fire a paralyzing and poisoning acid from it's mouth. They play passive before lashing out at their prey out in the nights of it's forest home.
  • Sacfice- A sac-faced raptor that has a large deep-red sacs on the two sides of it's face and neck that is used to not only deter larger predators, but is also used in mating rituals to attract potential mates. They are solitary creatures that hunt in ambush, using an armosis technique of using toxon stomachs to brew a projectile to stun prey.
  • Sicaft- A fine-toothed heron-like pterosaur with highly-evolved pteronodon wings that thrives in swamps. It is an omnivore, eating fish, plants, and insects.
  • Shoredarter- A small swamp-dwelling pterosaur that behaves like a gull, beachcombing and eating the corpses of any animal stranded on shore. Although it's wings are slightly atrophied, it is still capable of limited true flight or gliding.
  • Sarqunkle- A sauropod which is commonly noted for it's long whip-like striped tail, long necks, and specifically for the large sail on it's back which it uses for thermal regulation, which is surrounded by plated lining the sides of it's back.
  • Saipotamus- A hippo-sized sauropod which can be found in rivers and are semi-aquatic, able to stick their necks out of the water and paddle like a dog.
  • Spikdorsaur- A sauropod noted for it's armored bodies, and for the spikes on it's back, neck, and tail. They are a very passive-aggressive species that will only attack when it feels it's in danger.
  • Spintasaur- A hadrosaur descended from parasauropholids, only with randomly shaped crests. These distinctive crests allow the creature to emit different kind of low-frequency calls, which are used either as a mating ritual or for a warning of predators. They come in two types: short-tailed crested sprintosaurs and long-tailed sprintosaurs without crests.
  • Shamba- A species of flat-headed hadrosaurs which is very large, and their flat heads are like a vacuum cleaner which sucks up plants from the ground.
  • Sorgon- A seagull-like pterosaur that takes the niche of sea birds across many dinosaur worlds across the AUU, hunting fish and being pests in some communities. They come in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Sylcertops- Tall and lithe ceratopsians with tall neck frills and a fast running speed. Their horns only sprout during mating seasons, and bulls use them to fight rival males for females. Their frills also gain a distinctive color which the most brilliant attracting a larger harem of females.
  • Stogosaur- A stegosaurid noted for it's roof-like back scales surrounded by rows of poisonous spines, and a large ankylosaur-like tail club barbed with poisonous spines. They have long necks and tongues, and they are passive-aggressive creatures that come in 6 different species.
  • Sauroceratops- A dinosaur that is like a blend between a sauropod and a ceratopsian, having a small frilled head, a short tail, and two broad strong legs.
  • Sterk- A small gallimimus-like dinosaur with two toes on each foot and sidecrested heads used as high-speed mounds on many worlds.
  • Turretosaur- A dilophosaurid-like dinosaur noted for it's large colorful neck frills, and for it's deadly ability of firing slimy acidic projectiles as a defense. It's a form of armosis, or a process in which animals have a projectile-like weapon to defend themselves. In the Turretosaur's case, it has a second stomach that stores special objects that can be combustable and volatile when mixed with acid, and then immediately hurled out of it's mouth as a projectile that can do considerable damage, even firing 5 blasts per second, but the way it works is different amongst the 20 species.
  • Toxysaur- A large theropod with 2 large retractable crests on it's head. They are named for their ability to spit a venom that causes nerve pain and sometimes even death.
  • Torbent- A penguin-like raptor which has adapted flippers, webbed feet, and a thick tail for swimming in the seas for fish.
  • Tetrydsaur- A dromaeosaur that has evolved for running on 4 legs for greater stability. They have taken the full niche of wolves on many AUU worlds, coming in 7 different species, but they are either solitary or social.
  • Tetrox- A four-winged pterosaur that was bred and introduced on many worlds by an ancient Teadr 1 race. Starting out as a bat-like pterosaur, it split it's 2-jointed wings and created two additional wings that give it an X-wing-like appearance for much more efficient flight, the wing membranes going down to the pterosaur's legs, and membranes appear in between the legs and the long crested tails. They also have layers of fur as a means to adapt to alternate climates. They come in 62 different species across the AUU.
  • Titanopod- The biggest known sauropod in the AUU. They can weigh over a thousand tons, are 100ft long, 78ft tall, and can even be seen from space. They evolved this size in order to get to the tallest of trees. They are very gentle, and because no predator can take them down, they have become fearless.
  • Torkkon- A sauropod noted for having no long neck, evolving it away for preferred ground grazing. Though their tails remain long enough for lashing out at predators, though it's charge is twice as damaging.
  • Teneilasaur- A Tenonotosaurus-like plant-eating dinosaur with a tail much more powerful and longer than Erinisasaurs, and are incredibly large. They are able to communicate through low-frequency sound so low, that no predators can hear it. This is possible through their Parasaurolophus-like head crests, only smaller.
  • Taggom- A hadrosaur that hangs out in desert edges on outback lands eating whatever vegetation they can find, and storing excess protein in a camel-like, fatty hump on their backs. They have one genus and only three extant species left, each species having different appearances, and live in small herds of mostly females and an alpha male while other males are lone wanderers.
  • Termoloch- A ceratopsian best-noted for it's spiked body which well-protects it from large predators. They travel in herds of 12-25 individuals, and protect their young, which do not have spikes on their bodies as they are not yet matured.
  • Tilespiker- A stegosaurid that has four tail-spikes that get shorter going down from the tip of the tail, large spikes on it's sides, has transparent roof-crests on it's back. It is a passive-aggressive beast that doesn't like social interaction from sentient beings.
  • Turb- A koala-like arboreal hypsilodont which short legs and a pot-belly. They are herbivores that eat only leaves and fruits are mainly poisonous to them.
  • Trawk- An aerial theropod with a thin crested orange tail, black-to-gray feathers, two brown wings and two brown wing patagia on it's legs, red eyes, and a powerful bite.
  • Uze- A small Euparkeria-like lizard with no arms, a long striped prehensile tail, and a long sticky tongue.
  • Venzysaur- A fleet-footed 6-foot tall species of featherless Velociraptors that are agile and downright clever. Their sickle-shaped foot claw has evolved serrations, which allow it to cut through flesh quicker and faster. This also allows them to climb on solid surfaces. They hang out in jungle environments.
  • Vossaur- A species of large raptor that is commonly used as a mount. In nature, they are efficient solitary predators with striped tails, small amounts of feathers on their bodies, two toes and fingers on each limb and a sickle-shaped claw in between each of them, the hand claws longer than the foot claws. They behave like dogs, and are equally as vicious.
  • Wyrmer- An armless tailless snake-like coelurosaur that dwells in desert plains going into burrows like a snake and hunting down it's occupants. It's back is covered with fine feathers, and the rest is armored with sets of scales, and come in many different species.
  • Warzell- A large predatory dromaeosaur with flexible jaws and retractable and regenerative teeth, an armosis ability through two toxons that spits adhesive venomous acid, a loud ear-piercing shriek, crests, and colored patterns that show their positions in packs. This opportunistic and adaptable animal ranges across the AUU as it usually lives alone or in pairs, but occasionally forms large and powerful packs which is what they aim to do in elderly years. They prey on just about anything they can catch, particularly lizards, small mammals, and juvenile dinosaurs. They are also an ever-present sight at multiple kills, hovering around until the seen predator(s) have had it's fill.
  • Whelgosaur- A sauropod which is noted for it's turtle-like shells that it uses as a defense against predators. While they resemble turtles, they are actually close relatives of sauropods.
  • Wavaphant- A large sauropod with leathery elephant-like skin, a spiny back, and a long lashing striped tail. They form complex social structures and live in herds of 32-62.
  • Waveneck- A sauropod that is noted for it's glittery neck membranes that it can flare up to attract potential mates. The male and female both choose which mate has the most attractive membranes. They can even use this membrane to reflect sunlight and blind predators.
  • Wolatops- A wooly ceratopsian with a wooly rhino horn, adapting in a cold environment by growing double-layered fur.
  • Woppy- A dimorphodont with a long crested tail, wings with flock signaling colors on the back, and monster-like eye patterns on the front, a colorful toothed beak with design depending upon the 504 species, and are capable of armosis in some species.
  • Xulgure- A species of oviraptor-like dromaeosaurs that have wooly feathers, have large bone-crushing beaks, and hunt in packs. They exist in many regional subspecies all across the AUU. They kill and eat small animals, dinosaur chicks, and sometimes even fish. Most of their diet, however, consists of nuts, berries, roots, shoots, mushrooms and other herbaceous growth. Xulgures are truly opportunistic omnivores, and often gather around an annual feast of fish runs.
  • Yingtail- A semi-aquatic pterosaur similar to penguins with a crested short striped tail, an orange toothed beak, and wings good for swimming.
  • Zurphze- A coelurosaur that is covered in feathers and have dark grayish-blue and white feather coloration, and brown to brownish-purple skin, a large inflatable dewlap for mating rituals, and yellow eyes. They were commonly found in high elevations such as mountains hunting in fish runs.
  • Zeeeater- A green anteater-like arboreal coelurosaur that lives in the jungle groves of tropical rainforests across the AUU, coming in 56 different species and eat insects of all kinds.
  • Zidactyl- A pterosaur with colorful black, orange, and yellow wings and a black, orange, and yellow head crest, a long bird-like beak with another crest near the tip, and a long crested tail.
  • Zespter- A terrestrial flightless pterosaur which hangs out in swamps. They are known for looking like ostriches and storks, having small vestigial wings, long running legs, large toothed beaks, and commonly eat fish.
  • Zeezasaur- An ankylosaurid with no tail club, and very deadly poisonous and retractable spikes on it's back. It is slow-moving and myopic, but surprisingly difficult for predators to quickly kill. A thick neck and reinforced throat pipe make delivering a fatal bite harder than for most similar-sized prey. Generally the large herbivores are brought down through coordinated predators acting together to subdue and maim. These creatures intend to die messily and slowly at the hands of a predator.
UIS

A

  • Achiller- A short-tailed raptor with a rough plated back, retractable teeth, and are fierce pack hunters.
  • Apchax- A scavenging raptor creature with a rat tail, and comes in large packs.
  • Arbodacton- A bat-winged dimorphodont that has long crested tails, and are mostly crepuscular.
  • Avipter- A bird-pterosaur as big as an average pterosaur that can prey upon any animal they can swallow.

B

  • Bellhamosaur- A colossal sauropod with a back covered in rocky armor, and one of the biggest of sauropods, big enough to trample fortresses.
  • Blancatops- A small white wooly ceratopsian found in tundra climates of dinosaur worlds.
  • Buglosaur- A parasaur-like dinosaur with a larger rounder head crest and can call for longer distances.

C

  • Ceroraptor- A Carnoraptor-like raptor which is solitary, has carnotaur-like horns, an alligator-like hide, back spines, and dwells in large deserts.
  • Choloraptor- A furry raptor with a decorative tail tip of colorful feathers, colorful faces, dark-blue skin and white fur.
  • Colossosaur- A giant theropod with muscular legs and large front arms, a muscular tail, horn-like structures on it's head, and steel teeth.
  • Crisisaur- A giant T-Rex-like theropod with a series of spikes on it's back, as well as the sides of it's head, hot metallic teeth, and more powerful biting force.
  • Cthesaur- A ceratopsian noted for it's two nose trunks, and it's solar-panel-like frill lined on it's sides by large pointed tusks.

D

  • Dactydon- A giant flying lizard-pterosaur-bat that, despite having the same body structure, have different wing structures depending on the species.
  • Deicon- A Deinonycanis-like dromaeosaur that can walk on all fours or on two legs that can emit a hallucinogenic venom with just one bite.
  • Dominotyrannus- An artificial large Indominus-like theropod that, despite not being able to change color, can mimic animal sounds, has rough metal-like skin, and has metallic teeth.
  • Dominoraptor- An artificial Indoraptor-like raptor that looks like Dominotyrannus, but is darker in color, is capable of walking on both all fours or two legs, has a toxic bite, can hunt in packs, and has an effective roar. Packs also hunted like men, with intelligence, and can learn to use weapons.
  • Drant- A raptor with large bat wings, and comes in thousands of different species across the AUU.

E

  • Expinx- A predatory Epidexipteryx-like raptopod that possesses long tail feathers, long hand and foot claws, and hunt in packs from the trees.

F

  • Frillfosaur- A dilophosaur that has elaborate frills with poisonous spikes that can be launched, crested poison-barbed tails, and wing-like arms.
  • Fuptor- A large solitary furred raptor from dinosaur ice countries.

G

  • Gehrisaur- An Amargospinus-like sauropod with stegosaurid-like back crests, a back neck spine, anc travel in massive family herds.
  • Gunnosaur- Also called the 'gunfrill', it is a large theropod with multiple neck frills that can flare up and fire poisonous barbs at their prey or predators like a turret. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria, but are a rare species.

H

  • Honkraptor- A small Oviraptor-like featherless raptor that has an elaborately-crested beak which is dependent on the expansive class system and are ovivorous. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

I

  • Ioraptor- A bird-raptor with a feathered body, feather-crested tail, gliding wings, sickle claws on their hands and feet, and a sense of high intelligence.

J

  • Juggersaur- A gigantic ceratopsian with a massive frill tipped with 12 horns, a back of spiny denticles, and a short tail.

K

  • Kagio- A long-legged long-tailed theropod with large thumb-clawed forelimbs, elongated conical teeth on their snouts, which can be used for a stabbing charge in it's insect prey's mounds.

L

  • Limel- A giant camel-like ceratopsian that can store their own water inside their humps and travel across expansive deserts in herds. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

M

  • Marsygnathus- A large Compstegnathus-like raptor with stegosaur-like back crests.
  • Monyosaur- A Monolophosaurus-like theropod with a long tail, a big colorful and patterned nose crest, and colorful patterns on it's back.
  • Multasaur- A Compsognathus-like social creature that despite being adorable on it's own, hunts in a pack of endless individuals, and had venomous bites.

N

O

  • Orniraptor- A raptor with bird limbs and a bird beak, which hunts in flocks.
  • Ospinis- A large semi-quadrupedal spinosaurid with sails on it's back, lower and upper neck, head, and the tip of it's tail, each with poisonous barbs.

P

  • Pariraptor- A Paradeinonychus-like raptor with a short tail, an omnivorous diet, a parasaur-like head crest, and travel in large packs.
  • Placosaur- A metal-plated ankylosaur that has an exoskeleton and endoskeleton of mostly metal, which is useful as a powerful defense.
  • Podosaur- A sauropod that evolved to be more terrestrial by arching down towards the ground, retaining it's long neck and whiplike tail, but now able to control it's body better.

Q

  • Quanodon- A giant iguana-like iguanodont which has opposable thumbs on their front limbs, and thus have been observed using tools and mimicking speech.

R

  • Racher- A two-legged xenoraptor that has back antennae that give bioluminescent signals, crested bioluminescent heads with two split jaws, and long whiplike tails.
  • Ravis- A large wyvern-like avian pterosaur with a spiky toothed beak, a feathered scaly body, dragon wings, a cat-like build, and no tail. They are aggressive and solitary mountain-dwelling predators. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

S

  • Sheltosaur- A stegosaurid that has a back with a spinosaur-like sail for regulating temperature and a spiky tail.
  • Shryxax- A theropod known for it's ability to expand it's jaws like a shark. Like any dinosaur and shark, it can regenerate it's teeth, but the more it regenerates, the more durable and lethal each tooth gets.
  • Solaraptor- A gliding raptor that combats climate change by relying on sunlight to warm themselves in cruel winters. Their crests could absorb and regulate it like a Dimetrodon's sail.
  • Speedosaur- A long-legged short-tailed gallimimuses that is capable of running over 100 miles an hour.
  • Spytorannus- A semi-aquatic spinosaur with long limbs and a crocodilian tail.
  • Spytoraptor- A small Spinoraptor-like raptor that can generate energy and stamina from it's sails but can only get nutrients from food.
  • Stegops- A Stegoceratops-like ceratopsian with a large frill, stegosaurid back crests, a frill-like tail, a patterned coloration on it's frill and back, and a colored beak.
  • Stuvosaur- A giant hadrosaur with poisonous spines that is fiercely territorial, and can use it's long muscular tail and it's immense weight to crush any animal.
  • Suchinosaur- A large aquatic spinosaurid which has a crocodile-like back, an alligator mouth, spines on it's back, a crocodile-like tail, and large limbs.

T

  • Tachoraptor- A raptor with gliding bat wings, feathers, crested tails, and venomous bites.
  • Taurosaur- A ceratopsian with a bull-rhino body build and bull horns.
  • Taurotyrannus- A carnotaur-like horned theropod with brontops horns and tusk teeth.
  • Theridiosaur- A therizinosaur with a short furry tail, a body of feathers and fur, a bird-like head and beak-like mouth, long powerful metallic claws, and are aggressive territorial giants. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.
  • Titanicasaur- A giant sauropod with more developed legs that allow for better control and the ability to get up from their side, alongside a rocky armored back.
  • Topsotyrannus- A giant Ultimasaurus-like theropod with a ceratopsian head crest, a T-Rex head, an ankylosaur-like back and tail club, and large limbs.
  • Toxposaur- An Allosaurus-like theropod with large poisonous spines on it's back and poisonous saliva, long limbs, and a long tail.
  • Tyrannus- A T-Rex-like theropod with retractable bone teeth, larger arms, muscular legs and tails, and armored backs.
  • Tycrosaur- A cave-dwelling furry theropod with the ability to enhance it's roar so that it can scare away any intruders.

U

  • Uetasaur- A small but powerfully-built theropod that hunts in massive packs, having powerful bites due to metallic teeth.

V

  • Vexitor- A compsognathus-like lizard that is an extreme pest on Dino UIS worlds.
  • Vollure- A giant wyvern-like pterosaur with a large flat series of membranes on it's back to create drag and lift when flying, all going down to it's long crested tail.

W

  • Walktosaur- A xenodinosaur which is noted for having no arms, a powerful theropod head, two muscular legs, two muscular tails, and an armored back.
  • Wyvidon- A wyvern-winged pterosaur which is a solitary predator that can disembowel any kind of prey by landing on them.

X

Y

Z

Lizards

AUU lizards are cold blooded like normal lizards, but they evolved to obtain fur and/or feathers by learning from dinosaurs. This enhances their bodies to inhabit unsuitable conditions.

USRA
  • Aquana- A semi-aquatic marine iguanid similar in appearance to the marine iguana, but they have the ability to change color and mimic fish to catch an easy meal as an omnivore who eats algae and fish.
  • Amphept- A frog-like agama with a flat body, broad head, and strong hind legs. It fills the niche of frogs and toads on multiple worlds.
  • Aqolis- A semi-aquatic anole that has a red dewlap, has webbed legs and a webbed tail, and hangs around in marine climates and rivers. They feed on small crustaceans, mollusks, and plants.
  • Berpuruh- A rough-scaled lizard noted for it's spiny back, it's grayish-green body, and yellow head. They are venomous lizards that have a bite containing hemotoxins.
  • Burmitor- A monitor lizard known for being burrowing subterranean creatures. They have small lines of spines on their backs that are packed with poison which they obtain from their insectivorous and carnivorous diet. They have long blue tongues that are efficient in smell, and live in small underground burrows, which only grow larger when it mates and have young.
  • Backfriller- Large terrestrial lizards with flaring spiked frills on their backs, bioluminescent tails, powerful jaws, and take the niche of lions on many worlds. They come in 13 different species across the AUU.
  • Butterzird- Small colorful lizards that have wing-like arms and legs that allow for efficient gliding across their rainforest homes, coming in over 10,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Beeb- A pollinating lizard with dragonfly-like wings that beat as fast as a hummingbird's wings, taking their niche on reptilian worlds, and come in 511 different species across the AUU.
  • Bloodson- A crocodile-like red lizard that has large spines on it's tail, rugged backs, patterned bellies, crusty heads, and poisonous retractable teeth that poisons their prey with a single bite.
  • Bumblesaur- A small hummingbird-like lizard capable of pollination, coming in hundreds of different species.
  • Crockorth- A crocodile-like lizard with a large stature, yet little strength. Their scales protect it from even an explosive and a shot of plasma.
  • Coriod- A species of red and red-orange colored thorny devils with the ability to spray not just blood, but poison. These reptiles have a bad attitude, and will hiss if you come too close, displaying it's retractable spikes.
  • Chromsone- A colorful chameleon that uses it's active camouflage to hide out in tropical rainforests. Sometimes, their chromatophores can go crazy, and the chromskrus can swirl in flourescent colors.
  • Crynctile- A crocodile-like lizard that actually evolved from monitor lizards. With the appearance of a crocodile, they are still capable of regeneration, but for a short time. They see in perfect color vision, and they have other different characteristics of crocodiles, such as being semi-aquatic. They also have an electro-sensory system that allows them to sense fish in the murky waters of their home.
  • Ceekyon- A monitor lizard noted for it's large neck frills and it's purple toxic spitting venom that blinds and causes fatal blood poisoning. These creatures hunt in groups of 5-8, and their babies live in the trees to avoid predators.
  • Chaqqle- A predatory red-colored Komodo-like lizard that hunts in packs. It has flexible jaws and regenerative teeth, and a deadly hemotoxin that kills red blood cells at an alarming rate and kills in a matter of minutes. With these creatures hunting in coordinated formations, they can kill a prey animal in less than a few minutes, and defend it from larger predators without fear. They have retractable poisonous spines that protect an individual, a pack is lead by a larger elder alpha with bioluminescent eye-lines, and they can run very fast.
  • Crustoy- A desert-dwelling lizard that has highly-armored scales, short fat tails and heads, and can easily camouflage as rocks depending upon the coloration and the intelligence of their predators.
  • Coclore- A basilisk-like lizard that has the ability to change color to attract mates, as this ability is not useful for camouflage due to it's limited range. It comes in 11 different species across the AUU.
  • Chingler- A lizard that glides with the use of wing-like structures on their heads. These structures are colored for attracting mates. They come in 97 different species across the AUU.
  • Chinwage- A larger relative of the Chingler, but the strutures are no longer useful for gliding, but for intimidation like a butterfly's wings and display for mates. They come in 87 different species across the AUU.
  • Chromodon- A large terrestrial chameleon that is capable of powerful color-change as their powerful brains operate advanced specialized video-display chromatophores that allow it to create vivid displays of color, as their brain has been developed with this as well, suggesting a high-level intelligence. They are omnivores that hunt by using their camouflage to take their prey by surprise, and they also eat fruits, seeds, and other plant products. They come in 59 different species across the AUU.
  • Cscogana- A heavily-crusty and armored iguana that is found within tropical jungle or rainforest environments, are very aggressive lizards, and cannot make good pets very easily.
  • Crunth- A predatory terrestrial crocodile-like lizard that hunts alone or in packs, having patterned faces for mating display.
  • Codo- A monitor lizard that takes the niche of a crocodile, having leathery scaled skin, a semi-aquatic nature, can smell with a powerful forked tongue, and has a venomous bite.
  • Crunchodon- A terrestrial crocodilian that has a powerful bite and hunt in small groups.
  • Daon- An insect-hunting relative of the beeb that eats berries, insects, eggs, or anything it can snack on. They come in over 80 different species across the AUU.
  • Drague- A bat-like lizard that has bat-like wings with split membranes near the middle body, short tails, and long sticky tongues for catching prey. They come in 586 species across the AUU.
  • Dreeg- A colorful predatory monitor lizard with longer yet strong limbs, capable of running long distances, using a nerve-damaging poisonous saliva to kill prey, and they use their trademark patterns to attract the patternless females. They come in 52 different species across the AUU.
  • Draven- A nocturnal bat-winged monitor lizard that can fly for days in the night forest catching food.
  • Eiggery- A giraffe-colored lizard that is roughly as large as a komodo dragon, and consumes fruit, small rodents and lizards, and fungi. They defend themselves from predators using the natural ability to squirt blood from their eyes and scare off predators.
  • Feep- A flying lizard with bat wings, a crested tail, eats insects and fruits, and take the niche of bats on reptilian worlds. They come in a thousand species across the AUU.
  • Foethdont- A large monitor lizard that lives in deep jungles. They are scavengers and ambush predators, using size, poisonous saliva, and razor-sharp teeth to attack anything it sees. Young Foeths live in water until they are large enough to safely venture on land. They evolved from monitor lizards similar to the extinct Megalania.
  • Fozzard- A lizard that has no frontal limbs as a result of adapting to a bipedal lifestyle. They have large dewlaps on their necks, backs, and tails for temperature regulation in their common habitats in the desert.
  • Foethydon- A large predatory monitor lizard related to the Fathono, only bigger. They are apex predators on isolated islands that possess venomous bites and sexual dimorphism, the males being brightly colored and patterned while the females look like a common Komodo Dragon. They are deadly predators that have done a lot of attacks on sentient beings.
  • Fecko- An aerial gecko that can stick to surfaces with it's flat-fingered wings, has a crested tail for display, and it hunts insects in the open environments they inhabit. They come in 67 different species across the AUU.
  • Flainge- A large aerial lizard that has a fin-shaped tail crest, and butterfly-shaped wings. These wings are able to regulate excess heat, and these creatures range in diet, being found in any ecosystem in the AUU, coming in 86 different species.
  • Gilonster- A large species of Gila monster the size of a modern-day Komodo dragon. It's venomous bite can cause fatal neurological distress that can alter a personality or even cause death.
  • Geink- An insect-eating monitor lizard that has a durable crocodile-like back, a long retractable tongue for feeding one insect hills, a lashing crested tail, and comes in dozens of different species.
  • Gigantolania- A large desert-dwelling monitor lizard that changes from dull-green to tan like a Carolinian Anole, has a poisonous bite filled with cytotoxins that cause terminal cancer, and in a way, it was unable to gain cancer due to this habit. It was used by desert-dwellers as a mount and/or attack animal.
  • Glowtongue- A lizard distinguished for their lure-like bioluminescent tongue which it uses to lure insects into it's mouth. They are forest-dwelling reptiles, and rarely appear in other climates.
  • Gurko- A gecko-like reptile that is a commonly-occurring lizard that came in thousands of species across the AUU, and are known for having ranging and mixed colorations depending upon the species, mainly used as a means of aposematism to warn of their poisonous bites.
  • Groder- A panther-like lizard with small saber-teeth on each jaw, a heavily-built body, a black and patterned coloration, and a glowing tail for mating display.
  • Hamerzard- A small lizard with a head similar to Diplocaulus, being durable and useful as battering rams. They come in dozens of different species across the AUU, and are mainly aquatic lizards.
  • Hyrm- A parasitic amphisbaenian that is native to dinosaur worlds and is an infamous parasite of dinosaurs. They commonly feed on the flesh of sauropods until they die, and even infest theropods that feed off of their sauropod hosts. They can commonly do critical damage to the theropod's jaw that commonly kills them by not only massive blood loss in the jaws, but the damage can make them unable to eat and thus starve. They can eventually pass back to a sauropod when the theropod host fails to hunt them.
  • Iolge- A cliff-dwelling gliding lizard with flat crested tails, horny heads and spiny backs, and retractable wing-like structures around their middles that spring open to scare predators and make a quick getaway. They come in 8 different species.
  • Komordus- A Komodo Dragon-like monitor lizard with large teeth, and poisonous saliva capable of immediate blood poisoning and death within 5 minutes. These lizards are vicious creatures when threatened.
  • Kamaar- A species of monitor lizard that shares a divergent evolution with Komordus. They are black with pale green streaks all over their bodies, and even though they have no poisonous saliva, they are efficient hunters.
  • Kovrd- A large scavenging and insectivorous lizard with four seasonally-changing cryptic coloration for camouflage in various environments, a big head, big eyes, strong jaws, sharp teeth with cutting edges, and a flexible neck that allows them to tear large pieces of meat. It's mainly noted for it's tail, which has a high leathery rose supported by vertical spines that removes excess heat.
  • Korognom- A rhino-horned monitor lizard that, despite the males having the largest and deadliest horns, plays well as they fight rival males. They are omnivorous animals that primarily feed on scavenged or hunted meat, as the young start out in trees away from cannibalistic adults eating whatever plant material is available to eat. Their bite venom is derived from the plants they eat as children.
  • Louge- A predatory feline-like lizard that changes color according to health and age.
  • Lavsar- A monitor-like lava lizard with common basilisk-like crests and the ability to climb walls just like a gecko.
  • Leorgon- A blue flourescent dragon-like reptile that has lion-like mane crests tipped with bioluminescent antennae, has four large wings with bioluminescent antennae, has four legs, a tufted tail, and is known for skimming across open fields with total speed to catch it's prey. There's over 86 species across the entire AUU.
  • Lurzid- An arboreal sapient lizard that has a long sticky tongue, has prehensile tails, hands, and feet, and reside in hot tropical jungle ecosystems. They come in 58 different species across the AUU.
  • Leezer- A semi-quadruped lizard that is an intensely adaptable and fierce scavenger.
  • Myronovi- A large ant-eating monitor lizard with the appearence of an alligator. It has a long tongue used not only for smelling, but for collecting ant-like insects.
  • Naco- A small gecko with a highly-decorated patterned tail capable of attracting mates. They are arboreal creatures with a loud call, and come in 36 different species across the AUU.
  • Oguana- An iguana-like lizard which comes in over a hundred different species all across the AUU. Differences between iguanas are the sail-like structures on their backs and tails on some species, their seasonal change in pigment, among other things.
  • Oxoxder- A red lizard that has an inflatable dewlap that gives it a loud warning croak as it possesses a red-colored venom that causes burning pain and sometimes blood poisoning.
  • Osthove- A small scavenging carnivorous lizard that can stand and run on two legs as well as four. They are a close stagnant relative of the creatures that evolved into dinosaurs, and live in solitary groups, hunting bugs with it's long stretchy tongue, scavenging dead carrion, and bolting away from danger bigger than themselves.
  • Ocage- A dangerous spotless Gila-Monster-like lizard that dwells in deserts searching for food in the cold nights. Their yellow bite venom is known for containing highly-poisonous sulfur, which can be very deadly for whatever it bites.
  • Opozere- A large arboreal nocturnal lizard with a red belly, and an ability to fire armosis projectiles of toxic berries through their inflatable toxon chamber within their necks. They come in over 50 species across the AUU.
  • Osolisk- A basilisk-like lizard with colorful crests on it's back, head, and neck meant to attract mates, while the body, minus the tail and head, is of dull coloration while the females are entirely dull-colored with no crests. They come in 46 different species across the AUU.
  • Pseuchus- A large monitor lizard with a paddle-like tail similar to a crocodile's tail. It has alligator-like jaws, and a long lizard tongue for smelling even in water.
  • Platguna- A semi-aquatic iguanid lizard that has flattened feet for paddling, the ability to change color to mimic fish, and they are commonly feeding on algae. They can be found in both rivers and marine environments, and are close relatives of Aquanas.
  • Platyrn- A pancake-like lizard that has a flat torso that is used as a means to camouflage itself in the dirt like a flatfish, and it is even a carnivore that bites anything that steps on it, letting a blood-poisoning venom kill the victim, allowing it to follow it through smell and eat it's meat.
  • Potitor- A monitor lizard known for having a cauldron-like body that is useful for storing energy it needs to get through weeks of travel from the seasonal periods, as it requires half a year's worth of energy to get through. They come in 24 different species across the AUU.
  • Panirid- An anteater-pangolin-like bearded dragon that has yellow crusty armor and feeds on insects.
  • Qridia- A predatory alien iguanid that is extremely aggressive, and is found commonly in reptilian alien jungles.
  • Quilim- A small lizard that takes the niche of porcupines. They have one large quill structure that flares up to give it a warning. When the warning is ignored, it will expel it's quills, which are filled with a different kind of poison depending upon the species. It also has a spiny tail that it can use to defend itself from predators it's own size.
  • Qwerd- A semi-aquatic marine/freshwater iguanid that has multi-crested tails, a bluish coloration, a crested head, a spiny back, and are omnivorous creatures. They come in 28 different species across the AUU.
  • Rellon- A frilled lizard that evolved a predatory feline body, taking the niche of lions on many worlds.
  • Rolcko- A gecko-like lizard with chameleon-like eyes, distinct colorations, small brightly-colored dewlaps which attract mates, and they are known for long-lasting regeneration abilities.
  • Remmost- A skink-like paddle-tailed lizard that often dwells in environments near salt flats all across the AUU feeding on fruits and insects, often being intelligent enough to dip them in saltwater as a seasoning. When swimming in or drinking high-saline waters, they have a tightly-folding and overlapping esophagus, and buds that allow them to remove the high amounts of salt, allowing them to be one of the many creatures to drink saltwater.
  • Rivadont- A river-dwelling aerial mosasaur that, despite having bat-like wings that have membranes that go down the body, are only useful for gliding long distances, and is best used as flippers when swimming underwater in rivers, taking the niche of crocodiles on many worlds. It has the same death roll technique, has serrated regenerative teeth, paddle-like tails, webbed feet, a poisonous bite, and has pigmented coloration on their backs.
  • Rolcko- A rough gecko-like lizard that has a frog-like lifestyle, but are ony amphibious depending upon the species. They have long sticky tongues, they can scale walls, and they come in 68 different species across the AUU.
  • Ruana- A giant predatory iguana that has an infectious bite, long sharp claws, crusty layered body armor, sharp crests, and changes color with age.
  • Saurodactyus- A large pterosaur-like lizard native mainly to Roptordia. They have ranging coloration, lay eggs in nests of high-altitude climates, have long crests on their heads, two fangs jetting from their upper jaw, a fork-like crested tail, long skin-membranes pterosaur-like wings, are heavily colored and patterned, and have the ability of armosis, unleashing blasts based upon their diet to fight off predators. They come in different shapes and sizes depending upon the hundreds of species immigrated by the Roptords as a flying steed across the AUU.
  • Sauroboa- A large snake-like lizard with the ability to expand it's jaws and swallow anything bigger than itself. It is omnivorous, eating insects, small rodents, and large fruits.
  • Saylzard- A large predatory lizard that dwells on outback/desert worlds. They are menacing creatures with biting venom that can cause burning sensations in the body, have spiny backs, long muscular tails, small horns on their heads, and are used commonly as mounts.
  • Spinzurd- A lizard noted for it's wide back. It has a striped tail, and a green, bright-green, and red coloration. They are known as scavengers that eat mostly dead carrion.
  • Stronge- A black and pigmented monitor lizard that has pain-inducing bite venom that lasts an entire day and can poison with enough doses, are common in groups or solitary patrols, and being very aggressive.
  • Shargid- A carnivorous and aggressive monitor lizard that hangs out in lakes with a shark-like bulky tail, flat fin-like front legs, an inflating dewlap used to store food energy, a crested back, and a thick hide. They are very dangerous predators that take crocodile niches across the many worlds they inhabit in the AUU.
  • Shorm- A monitor lizard with large crests on it's back that regulate heat.
  • Toxolania- A monitor lizard noted for it's dark grayish-blue and yellowish-tan coloration, it's poisonous back spines, and for it's retractable teeth that act as syringes for dozens of venom glands that inject a blue venom that contains nitrogen and arsenic-rich neurotoxin that cause nerve spasms, chills, and later death by brain poisoning.
  • Thornilian- A desert lizard with a spiked body, a thick bare tail capable of regeneration, strong legs, and a long sticky tongue.
  • Turin- A turtle-shelled lizard that has a long sticky tongue, gecko feet, and gecko-like eyes.
  • Thornk- A horned toad that has armored scales and the ability to vomit foul-smelling blood to scare off predators.
  • Weegus- A flexible aquatic lizard that can be found at lakes and beaches of 72 different species.
  • Xultusaur- A species of large bat-winged lizards capable of very fast flight, and a supersonic screech that it can use against predators. It's a scavenger and a piscivore.
  • Xovotyl- A large predatory lizard noted for having bat-like wings on it's two pairs of legs that allow it to fly vast distances. They also have venomous spines on their backs, a lashing tail, and the ability to fire it's own venomous projectiles through an extra stomach, called a toxon, which produces chemicals from things like poisonous plants and other substances that are expelled at will as a projectile.
  • Zallingersaur- A lizard with crested sides on it's back and a spiky tail.
  • Zeetzeus- A massive sauropod-sized lizard that has a large back spine, a crested tail and head, spiny lines on it's backs, small tusks, and people rarely ride on them. They are commonly known for their boney graveyards, are very precious creatures, and are protected heavily by AUU law after being considered a game animal.
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  • Bakara- A six-legged large lizard predator which is capable of using electrical attacks, glowing cyan spines, and glowing energetic teeth.

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  • Flowodon- A giant predatory lizard that has long grass-like back hair and tendrils, and a flower-like head with multiple tongues to prey upon insects.

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  • Golb- A bioluminescent gecko from planets with bioluminescent details that, despite being rare, are common pets.
  • Gropizurd- A large iguanid lizard with an inflatable blue dewlap for intimidating and attracting mates. Some species are poisonous and can use armosis.

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  • Jawboce- A large crocodile-like lizard that lives in swamps and murky waters across the AUU.

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  • Quguana- An iguana-like lizard with stubby gecko hands and feet for scaling, a furry body, a long rainbow tail for warning of a poisonous bite, and a colorful raptor head.

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  • Rasmore- A giant draconian lizard with large wings, change color upon aging, muscular legs, a helmet-like head with a frill in the front of the face, two large eyes in the front, and were heralded in many magical worlds.
  • Rokour- A giant feathered gliding lizard that dwells in underground caverns. They are half-solitary crepuscular omnivores. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

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  • Sailisaur- A lizard with large retractable back sails and head frills to warn of it's venomous bite.
  • Schrek- A large tropical lizard with frill spines that can flare up, crested tails that can mimic beautiful plants, and can come in many colors.
  • Slukker- A predatory fast-running quadrupedal lizard with vibrant bright colors, a long tongue, the ability of armosis, a short tail, and are social pack animals.
  • Splizzle- A colorful lizard known for a split tail.
  • Swooco- A large lizard with split bat-like wings, a crested tail, and a colored beak.

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  • Tailidon- A large lizard noted for it's very long tail that is used for attraction via colors and self-defense.
  • Toothex- A large gliding feathered lizard that can be found in large desert or jungle elevated climates and can use active camouflage.

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  • Venomania- A giant venomous monitor lizard with a split tail, snake fang teeth that inject hemotoxin, and a soulless gaze from veiny orange eyes.
  • Viantgon- A large horned monitor lizard that has the ability to use poisonous saliva, and it's hide is thick enough to resist any bite.
  • Volgedon- A thorny wyvern-like lizard that can be found on lava planets, having small rhino-like head horns, a spiny back, a crested tail, and large wings.

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Snakes

AUU snakes not only evolved the same way as OUU snakes, but they evolved foldable teeth that act like venomous fangs and can inject venom just the same.

USRA
  • Anchwip- A species of tree snake which is noted for eating birds by launching an attack from a tree branch. It coils onto the branch, and strikes and catches an oncoming bird, and swallows it whole.
  • Attar- A species of snake similar to a death adder. They are snakes that aren't that big, only being 3ft long, but their venom can cause fatal blood poisoning.
  • Aqquent- A sea snake that evolved into a large sea-monster-like creature with flattened crested tails, large flexible retractable and patterned frills, have a deadly poison in their bite, and are swift dangerous predators.
  • Ayrthon- An arrow-headed snake that has a tongue with two venomous fangs on the tips.
  • Centisnake- A centipede-like snake with hundreds of legs. This snake is not really a carnivore, but a herbivore. It crawls up trees to search for signs of fruit which it swallows whole. If the fruit is bigger than it can swallow, it simply burrows through the fruit like a worm.
  • Chameleake- A large anaconda that can change color like a chameleon. They have long sticky fork-tongues used for smelling and catching food.
  • Cavarta- A cave-dwelling species of cobra which are known for having a deadly venom that could kill something as big as a cow. They can reach a length of 10ft depending upon the species.
  • Curpentine- A flying-snake-like creature known for coming in dozens of species across the AUU, and are distinguished for having 2 hood-like structures around their heads and middle bodies necessary for catching air when gliding. Some members in this snakes' genus are non-venomous.
  • Electrosnake- A species of yellow and blue snake that's evolved the electric eel's electrical organs. This snake is capable of delivering a shock of 1000 volts during each strike. This snake can grow as big as an anaconda. And when it coils around it's prey, it will be shocked to death with a voltage of up to 10000. This snake is untouchable for most parts, but it must recharge when it uses up all of it's energy.
  • Ferther- A snake that has grass-like hairs that allow it to disguise itself as part of the grass they slither within in order to surprise it's prey.
  • Fython- A python that immobilizes with burning venom before constriction.
  • Guanage- A species of blind snake which resides underground searching for small rodents. It is a blind snake with a crown-like crest on it's head, and a crested tail.
  • Goldback- A rattlesnake-like pit viper that has a golden coloration. It is a herald animal on many western worlds, and it has a loud warning to back off by rubbing it's scaled together like a saw-scale viper, and rattling it's large rattle. It's venom is capable of cutting off blood supplies on multiple parts of the body, and it will continue to do so until it cuts off the heart and/or femoral artery, causing either one to rupture and kill the victim.
  • Gungunpent- A spitting cobra that can not just spray venom, but it's capable of firing it's venom like a projectile with the use of a cooling mechanism in it's venom glands that turn them into crystals that can be fired. It displays two flat crests that give a warning of it's abilities, and fires the venom when the warning is ignored.
  • Greeber- A green cobra-like snake with a pattern on the back of it's hood that looks like a monster's face to scare off larger predators. When that fails, it delivers a neurotoxic venom that has cytotoxic side-effects. Small rodents and birds die within a few minutes from its bite, but larger animals can survive longer than that. It breeds during monsoon seasons.
  • Hydrix- A species of cobra which has adapted to undersea life. They have poison as deadly as a common sea snake, and their coloration varies upon the species.

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  • Ilyipe- A viper which is noted for it's coloration, it's neurotoxic venom, and it's ear-piercing hiss which sounds like scratching a chalkboard.
  • Krobra- A large 20ft cobra-like snake and the AUU's most deadly venomous snake, having poison-spined hoods and back necks that rattle, venomous fangs, pits on their inner necks for sensing heat and regulating that in it's body, and deadly eyes. They came in over 55 different species across the AUU, and all have the same venom that contains a red hot capsaicin-based toxin that increase the body heat at an accelerated rate until a fatality.
  • Kitesnake- A flying snake with kite-like patagia for long gliding.
  • Lavrede- A rainbow-colored pit viper which has scales that are fluorescent and usually act as prisms for light and produce a variety of color. They are only 4ft long, and have slow-acting venom that can cause paralysis and pain.
  • Macroconda- A 28ft evolutionary cousin to the Narcoconda which has the same hunting behavior, niche, and lifestyle, but it's 2ft shorter. But their strength is just as brutal.
  • Marbarra- A black snake which is similar to the black mamba. Only they are much faster, and their venom is much stronger, capable of causing muscle failure, and poisoning of the nervous system.
  • Marsherine- A freshwater snake descended from sea snakes that are mostly black in coloration, and contain a venom capable of causing muscle atrophy and paralysis.
  • Meattail- A snake with a tail tipped with a foul-smelling structure that resembles meat, which it uses to catch prey.
  • Narcaconda- A 30ft anaconda-like snake which is found in rainforests swimming through water to catch prey and crush it's bones with strength much more powerful than an anaconda's.
  • Oxysnake- A snake with a red body, yellow lower body and middle-face, and a black head. They are among the most venomous snakes in the AUU as they contain a purple venom that is actually mixed with multiple venoms it ingests from other snakes and toxic plants, giving it the nickname 'brewery snake'. The effects of the venom are random as a result.
  • Omba- A black snake with poisonous spines, are fast-travellers, are mostly hostile, and are extremely territorial. They will never hesitate to kill a sentient being, and they have venom that contains a neurotoxin that causes periodic shocks and paralysis, all to the point of total nervous-system collapse.
  • Painark- A species of taipan-like snake which is considered a nightmare for it's black-and-gray coloration, it's hair structures on it's head, and it's venom that has been known to cause the most unbearable pain of any other AUU snake.
  • Pyrbra- A cobra-like snake that is primarily red and has fire-like patterns. It is best known as a spitting cobra that fires a flammable and pain-inducing venom that paralyzes, and burns the body on the inside and outside. They dwell in deserts and other dry climates.
  • Peecthon- A snake that is actually a liquivore, consuming blood through the sucker-like structure underneath it's head surrounded by a cobra-like hood, while spraying a venom that paralyzes it's victim, and once the liquid is sucked, the snake eats the meat whole.
  • Ruuber- A species of viper similar to the saw-scaled viper, but it's the size of a python, being about 6ft long. They have venom that can cause tumors and some of these tumors have even been said to have exploded.
  • Sparake- A species of python which kills by not only coiling around it's prey and crushing it to death, but by doing it with the bottom facing the prey so it will retract poisonous spines that inject a venom that cause paralysis and death.
  • Skrawker- A rattlesnake-like snake which has a rattling tail that can make a very loud noise similar to a roar. It's venom can cause a deadly reaction that can lead to heart failure, paralysis, or death.
  • Swampoxk- A semi-aquatic pit viper of dark-green coloration, and is much larger than the common rattlesnake, originating on worlds with deserts and swamps. It evolved a mouth similar to an anaconda to swallow larger prey, and it uses a white mucus mouth membrane to deter anything that comes too close. reptile opens mouth and displays white mucous membrane. It's venom is a powerful hemotoxin that can kill in less than 20 minutes, killing red blood cells by disintegrating the hemoglobin, killing white blood cells and wiping them out, and attacking the heart to the point where it ruptures.
  • Snarattle- A rattlesnake-like pit viper with rattling body scales that can flare up and scare off even predatory birds, and has a venom that contains hemotoxins that can not only cause pain, but can be fatal enough to kill an elephant in a single drop.
  • Szake- A snake-like creature that has evolved a split mandible with fangs that it uses to impale it's prey and inject venom that kills it and allows it to swallow it whole. It has rough scaly skin, and come in dozens of different species.
  • Sassle- A snake noted for having the frills of a frill-neck lizard which it uses to ward off as self-defense as a warning against it's deathly venom. There are over 80 species across the AUU.
  • Snague- A burrowing predatory snake with potent venom and a forked tongue that looks like grass, which is camouflage when it sniffs the surface.
  • Uridipent- A spitting-cobra-like snake noted for it's purple coloration which is a warning of it's deadly goo. A snake indigenous to Uridian planets, it is capable of harnessing their leftover energy and using it in only two ways: glowing to hoard away large animals, and by mixing the energy with it's venom to produce a gatling-gun effect, poisoning anything with it's sticky slaggy toxin.
  • Zobara- A deadly cobra-like snake with a hood tipped with retractable structures for scaring off predators. When that doesn't help, it will use a powerful venom which causes poisoning to the nervous system and eventually death. They come in various kinds of species.
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  • Frillsnake- A giant venomous snake with frillnecks capable of biting or spitting venom into their prey. They were introduced across the AUU including USRA space from Scyria.

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  • Ophitus- A giant horned snakes with toxic fire breath, and horn-like crests on it's head and tail.

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  • Pode- A snake noted for having arms and legs and is a missing link between snakes and lizards in the AUU and a living fossil rare in the USRA now.

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Turtles

AUU turtles differ from OUU turtles by their shells having a metallic composition, a metallic sac-like ribcage for added protection, and metallic inner skulls. These produce stronger defenses beside the shells.

USRA
  • Algese- A large tortoise that is known for having a fertile shell that can support a wide variety of algae, providing it with it's own share of sugars to support it's blood sugar intake.
  • Alliturt- An alligator-like snapping turtle that takes the niche of crocodilians on many worlds, having sharp-clawed feet, a durable shell, a long neck with a sharp beak, and a long crusty flat tail. They are very vicious and aggressive predators, and come in 20 different species across the AUU.
  • Creber- An omnivorous turtle that is known for it's giraffe-patterned shell of multiple colors depending upon the 89 different species across the AUU.
  • Chlar- An alligator-like snapping turtle which is very distinctive not just for it's snapping-turtle bite, but for it's paddle-like tail which allows it to swim in brackish waters faster.
  • Flatshell- A river-dwelling turtle with a flat shell, webbed feet, spiny tails, and sharp beaks. They have a brown coloration to camouflage in the murky waters, and feeds on seaweed and small fish and seafood.
  • Gravihell- A terrestrial island tortoise-like creature noted for it's long lifespan of 900 years. It's an ancestor of aquatic turtle-like creatures that is noted for it's long neck, it's gray coloration, The skin and scales of reptiles and gray. black spots on the back of it's shell, the back of it's neck and the top of it's head is black, the front part of the carapace is expanded in height, providing the mobility of the neck, it has webbed feet reminiscent to it's aquatic ancestry, the legs are protected by large shields formed by numerous blunt thorns, as well as a plate on their upper torsos.
  • Gurmble- A long-legged tortoise that takes the niche of many medium-sized fauna on multiple worlds. It has a built-in and durable carapace, an armored head and beak, and has a short stubby tail. They feed on grass and eggs.
  • Kork- A species of giant tortoise with a spiny shell that can often contain a neurotoxin. They are very aggressive when threatened.
  • Kortoise- A rhino-like tortoise that is roughly the size of a rhino, and takes the niche of said creature on multiple worlds across the AUU. It has a tough carapace, is half-blind, have horns that are shaped differently depending upon the species, and are purely herbivorous, but aggressive creatures.
  • Largell- A long-necked turtle which can grow to be the size of an adolescent sauropod. They are very similar to sauropods in a variety of ways, like the longer tails, the elephant legs, and the long neck, and the shell can provide protection. But getting to it's neck to kill it is a very risky move as well.
  • Loog- A long-necked tortoise which is not very similar to the Largell as it is not very big. It is the size of an average turtle, but the neck is very distinctive.
  • Lokka- A long-legged arboreal turtle which has opposable thumbs that allow it to climb in trees. They have long tails for balance, and they have short necks to make balance easier.
  • Leerutle- A parasitic turtle that comes in 27 different species across the AUU. They are noted for their bellies being packed with sucking organs that absorb blood and cement themselves onto the host until it drinks it's fill. A single blood serving can feed a Leerutle for an entire week.
  • Pincu- A porcupine-like tortoise which evolved out of a shell because of it's main form of defense: poisonous quills that come off when touching a predator.
  • Patutle- A large tortoise-like reptile that eats leaves and fruit, and takes the niche of low-browsing animals and is a widespread species. It has a thick saddle-shaped carapace, designed to allow the reptile to lift it's head up to reach high vegetation. The scutes of carapace are yellow to avoid overheating of solar beams, it's head has signaling coloration, it has long spiny column-like legs with claws, and the back of the neck is patterned to attract mates. It can survive without water for a week.
  • Rump- A glyptodont-like turtle with armored heads and tails. Some species have clubs on their tails like an ankylosaur, some have spikes on their shell, and some can have a venomous bite.
  • Scurger- A giant dinosaur-like turtle similar to Scutosaurus, only having no shell, but armored plating and thick layers of skin that act like chain mail. These plant-eating creatures are only aggressive when angered or attacked.
  • Torhemoth- A giant tortise 23ft long and weighs 120 tons. These creatures are very colossal that it could destroy anything in it's path. These behemoths are very gentle, but can be brutal when angered. It's so heavy, it could crush even a T-Rex.
  • Turtor- A tough-shelled turtle with calm personalities and stature. The only deadly characteristic of these harmless creatures is it's poisonous bite, which is filled with tons of infectious bacteria which can make you sick for 3 days.
  • Trat- A large carnivorous snapping turtle-like reptile that fills the niche of crocodilians on certain worlds. They have lizard-like tails, fat necks, serrated beaks, spiked shells, and alligator-like legs.
  • Teurotaur- A sauropod-like turtle that has long slender legs, a moderately-long tail and neck, and an armored carapace capable of protecting it. It is an aggressive behemoth that is more than capable of defending itself by curling it's long neck into it's shell.
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AUU crocodilians are more highly evolved than OUU crocodilians, possessing more layered leathery skin, 25% metallic back scales and regenerative teeth. They also have two additional lungs.

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  • Alganor- A species of spined alligator with a large stature and massive strength. They are semi-aquatic, eat fish, meat, and eggs, and are incredibly intelligent.
  • Aarcroc- A herbivorous crocodilian which is a meter long, and dwell in burrows near the banks of rivers. Their only means of defense are it's bites that can cause serious infection.
  • Ankygator- An ankylosaur-like crocodilian that takes the same niche as ankylosaurs, yet have no tail club, but a spiky armored body. They come in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Barunudile- A long-legged terrestrial crocodilian which had serrated teeth similar to a Komodo dragon, which allowed it to rip chunks of flesh out of prey. They were ambush predators, capable of running very fast.
  • Borogator- Large blunt-toothed crocodilians that have a dark-green-blue coloration, long claws on their front feet, and are mainly herbivores that feast on leaves and fruits.
  • Beaku- An aggressive beaked crocodilian with a mouth that can break through armor and bone, with the design of a hair clip of two upper prongs and one lower prong.
  • Champsogator- A colossal crocodilian and an apex predator of the desert, savannah, jungle, and swamp lands it inhabits, having a green-black-and-white coloration, deadly poisonous bites, are very strong and aggressive predators with it's own wrestling and hunting style, and has a powerful tail.
  • Cronculator- An alligator-sized crocodilian that evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Notosuchus. It has a short snout, sharp teeth, tough scales, a terrestrial lifestyle, and rarely goes into the water, yet is semi-aquatic.
  • Crocaconda- A snake-like crocodilian evolved from marine crocodiles that were streamline and snake-like and inhabited swamps of many worlds, with sizes ranging depending on species.
  • Chronch- A white-headed crocodilian with powerful jaws that can crush armor and bone.
  • Crackery- A crocodilian with a theropod-like head, a spiky armored body, powerful jaws that can crush armor and bone, but is an ambush predator.
  • Circuator- A crocodilian built like a predatory feline, leathery skin, and is a very efficient ambush predator.
  • Crunchodon- An ankylosaur-like crocodilian with a short tail, a stumpy back, leathery skin, and powerful jaws. It prefers to take prey by surprise.
  • Chasmacaur- A lizard-like amphibious crocodilian with powerful teeth and bite venom.
  • Chronch- A lizard-sized crocodilian that can scavenge and hunt anything in massive groups.
  • Crackery- A terrestrial crocodilian with skin similar to a bearded dragon, spiny and scaly armor, a powerful bite almost similar to T-Rex, and is an ambush predator.
  • Dibodile- A lightweight fast-footed crocodilian which evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Dibothrosuchus. It had 2 large front fangs that aided in tearing flesh out of it's prey. It was also a quick runner, but wasn't an ambush predator.
  • Eshspyr- A tapir-colored crocodilian with a horned spiny back, a completely-terrestrial lifestyle, and is believed to live like a pig, grazing for worms and wallowing in mud.
  • Fuscugator- A colossal crocodile that has 6 legs, highly-patterned faces, spiny backs, and three flexible inner jaws. They are the most commonly-occurring urban crocodilians that dwell often in sewers and are highly-territorial. The males are the largest gender and appears black while the females are relatively small and appears gray. The females fight their future mates to test their strength, and incubate their eggs in a sac in their mouths.
  • Gyybite- A crocodilian ancestor that have long flexible legs and tails, lay flat on their stomachs, and are efficient swimmers that tackle anything that come into the water to drink. They have the same rolling technique most crocodilians have to tenderize their meat, and their jaw power is so strong, it can hold a prey animal underwater until it drowns no matter how hard it struggles.
  • Jargtor- An arboreal crocodilian that feeds on prey found in high places in it's rainforest habitat.
  • Korthradon- A spined crocodilian that evolved from crocodilians like the extinct Postosuchus. They have a long barbed tail used for stunning prey, long legs with large claws used for tearing into it's prey, and a forked tongue with two sharp edges that produce a deadly neurotoxin.
  • Karronide- A long-legged terrestrial crocodilian which gave up aquatic lifestyles to take up a diet of eggs and rotting meat. They have long legs that allow them to move very fast, and they are lined with retractable teeth.
  • Lithogator- A stony-like crocodilian that hangs out in forests, swamps, bogs, and murky waters. They are well-camouflaged predators with deadly serrated teeth, powerful hides, and their size makes them very feared.
  • Megagator- A giant alligator which evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Sarcosuchus. It had jaws similar to a Komodo dragon's jaws, being filled with serrated teeth, and produced a neurotoxin that allowed it to kill creatures bigger than itself. It spent it's time hiding underwater for prey.
  • Pretellator- A large crocodilian that hangs out in large jungles and wet dunes, as their jaws are built to crush armor and bone, their strength makes them hard to fight off, and their ferocity and aggression makes them hesitant to be among or handle.
  • Sawcodile- A bizarre flippered crocodile with a flat large tail, and a large jaw similar to a sawfish. They can swim very fast, and catch fish quickly.
  • Sesketule- A building-sized crocodilian noted for the tusks on it's lower jaw which it used to uproot large trees and consume them, normally eating the sap-rich trunks, and also occasionally consuming meat. They were bumbling behemoths that were curious to sentient beings, and went on devastating rampages when aggravated.
  • Strideback- A terrestrial crocodilian that dwells near urban boundaries. It doesn't dwell in water anymore, as it has a thin tail, strudy legs, an armored back that also serve as solar panels, and carries eggs in a mouth pouch. It is a hibernating reptile, and it's an efficient ambush predator.
  • Teratogon- A sabertoothed crocodilian that takes the niche of sabertooth cats on many worlds. They are vicious, aggressive, and territorial predators that attack anything they deem a threat or a meal.
  • Ursuchu- A small muscular terrestrial crocodilian that is not a true crocodile, but is actually a neosuchian, a newly-evolved version of crocodiles similar to dinosaurs. They establish their territories by bellowing loud sonic roars that are very noisy and cause a lot of noise pollution according to many townspeople living near it.
  • Venator- A dangerous invasive crocodilian hunter who is a very efficient, quick, stealthy, and aggressive ambush predator taking the niche of Megalania on many worlds, except is semi-aquatic and twice as dangerous.
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  • Sarcodon- A lizard-crocodilian which inhabits even poisonous toxic waters thanks to it's graphene-like leathery skin, as it hunts like an average crocodile.
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Synapsids

AUU synapsids, or mammal-like reptiles, are common in the AUU as reptiles that evolved a mammalian niche and warm-blooded nature. Though being more mammalian, they are still reptiles.

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  • Algradon- An iguana-like synapsid which is specially built for eating plants. They have furry bodies, rhino/lizard-like legs with clawed feet, they can stand up like an ornithopod, and they can defend themselves both with their thick hides and their long striped tails.
  • Argschon- A herbivorous hippo-like synapsid which spends most time underwater feasting on the algae. They are aggressive creatures that will attack anything that disturbs them, and they are heavily-built creatures with thick hides, their muscular webbed legs, and hippo-like mouths.
  • Bimachis- A two-legged iguana-like synapsid which has grasping arms, strong-built rabbit-like racing legs, and a striped balancing tail. Their necks are very long, and they were moderately covered in fur.
  • Bolathon- A giant sauropod-like synapsid with spotted coloration, giant lizard legs, long lizard tails, woolly fur coats, bull-like lizard heads, and aggressive tendencies. They are known for the value of it's 6 horns, yet this has only made it endangered and protected by law inside reserves.
  • Bymong- A four-armed ape-like synapsid that are cave-dwelling solitary beasts with boney-plated heads and backs, furry arms and backs, short lizard tails, lizard/alien-like faces with inflatable dewlaps, and powerful reptilian fists.
  • Bome- A muscular therapsid with small head and jaw horns, leathery toad-like skin that secretes poisons, and very rough tempers.
  • Chamce- A predatory burrowing therapsid with a long ringtail-like striped muscular tail, muscular lizard legs with poisonous claws, dog-like faces, poisonous teeth, and are coordinated pack hunters.
  • Crifese- A predatory gorgonopsid which had the fur coloration of a tiger, yet had the body of a monster, possessing massive growing claws, muscular reptilian tails and legs, four fangs on their upper jaws, and long tiger-like faces. They occasionally hunted alone, but were also pack-hunters hunting in groups of 16-29.
  • Chrekka- A boar-like anomodont which is known for it's spiked head-horns which appeared on the sides of it's snout. In a stampede, they were dangerous. They ranged in color depending on the species.
  • Doddet- A burrowing synapsid similar to Diictodon which have lizard/rat tails, lizard/rat legs, and small tusks on the sides of their heads that can extend for fighting off rivals or self-defense. They can burrow dozens of feet underground and live in a complex caste system similar to that of a naked mole rat.
  • Dritcet- A large synapsid similar to a monitor lizard. They were solitary ambush predators with serrated teeth, a poisonous bite, a lemur-like tail, bony crests, bizarre fur coloration, and great running reptilian legs.
  • Doqodont- A cynodont-like synapsid crocodile-wolf that hunts in packs and are very social hierarchic predators, possessing crocodile-like scaly backs, short lizard tails, reptilian legs, and dog-like reptilian jaws. They have a broad social system within a family pack, and they hunt things bigger than them with their armored hides, their agile dog-like agility and coordination, their retractable, regenerative, and extendable teeth and claws. They are rarely kept as pets, and are more kept as guard animals.
  • Ewbinis- A rhino-like dinocephalian that were horned beasts that commonly ate fruits and leaves, and they were bulking and aggressive, having short lizard tails, ceratopsian-like legs, and a rhino-like horn.
  • Ewbarthen- An evolutionary cousin of the Ewbinis. They were similar, but the Ewbarthen was a head-butter with a head as hard as steel, allowing it to charge and knock out predators easily.
  • Garnia- An elephant-sized dinocephalian which were aggressive creatures that would not hesitate to charge in an angry rage when angered, having short bull horns and short elephant tusks.
  • Gimerole- A red gorilla-like synapsid with a long muscular lion-like tail, large muscular reptilian arms, mandrill-like faces, and a very aggressive edge. These creatures are rare because of their endangered status, but they are just as adaptable as people.
  • Gatchen- A saber-toothed synapsid similar to the sabertoothed cat. They are pack-hunting reptiles with spiny scaled backs, striped cat-like tails, reptilian legs, feline-like faces, and are naturally quick and reflexive.
  • Gladiok- A gorgonopsid which a fiery bioluminescent coloration, two short collapsible back crests of the same bioluminescence and coloration, a deadly display of teeth, a lion-like muscular tail and mane, reptilian legs with deadly serrated claws, and a fierce roar. They hunt in groups of 4-9, and they use their bioluminescent patterns for signaling, warnings, or mating rituals.
  • Hognaime- A pig-like synapsid with long clawed ceratopsian-like legs, a short porcine tail, a small amount of fur, and powerful yet herbivorous reptilian jaws. They came in many different species.
  • Iruiken- A giant semi-aquatic gorgonopsid which had the jaws and coloration of a shark, the instinct of terrestrial crocodiles, crocodile-like tails, otter-like bodies, and muscular webbed reptilian legs. They were spotted predators which hunted in groups of 16-45, making them among the greatest aquatic synapsid predators of the AUU.
  • Junkogont- A giant synapsid noted for it's beak-like mouth, it's horny golden face frill, rough elephant-like scaly skin, short tails, and are commonly known to consume not just meat and wood, but also metal. Thus this made it a favorite for cattle and cuisine as a steak that contains rich amounts of iron. They can commonly be confortable in junkyards and scrapyards all across the AUU.
  • Jubosax- A giant herbivorous synapsid similar to the extinct Cotylorynchus. Except they had long necks with powerful heads, muscular ceratopsian-like legs, long lizard tails, heavily-built bodies, and large amounts of fur.
  • Jawper- A quadrupedal synapsid with steel regenerative teeth, an armored hide, a short tail, and small back spikes. They are aggressive omnivores.
  • Kakkson- A predatory venomous synapsid similar to a therocephalian with reptilian legs, no tails, dog-like heads, and a neurotoxic bite that can cause fatal shocks to the nerve after 2 minutes of buildup. They are nocturnal hunters and will attack anything it sees as food, being like dingos and hyenas in one.
  • Migrite- A monitor synapsid similar to Dimetrodon, only it's sail is extremely tall looking like the sail of a sailboat and the color of it ranges upon the species. They are iguana-like creatures with long striped crested tails, and ate any dead meat they could find.
  • Omber- A semi-aquatic ophiacodont that had long paddle-like tails, a tiny bit of fur on the sides of their heads, 4 crests on it's head, and had sharp teeth for tackling prey from the murky water.
  • Onsterus- A synapsid similar to Edaphosaurus, only they have 3 sails on their back to limit the overloading heat. They were slow creatures with long crested tails that ate only rotting meat and plants.
  • Orsmin- A predatory cynodont that were agile creatures with the design of a tiger and wolf, having large amounts of striped fur, a long raccoon-like tail, reptilian legs, and razor-sharp canine-like jaws that were built to tear large chunks of flesh out of predators.
  • Plece- A synapsid lizard with hair on it's back, legs, and tail, and is an aggressive scavenger.
  • Quaid- A bear-sized synapsid predator with a mammal body, a raccoon tail, lizard-like legs and eyes, and are omnivorous solitary creatures.
  • Ralynche- A small dog-like therocephalian and a passive creature that hunted in packs like a wolf, and ranged in coloration depending upon the species.
  • Rambuncar- An 8ft synapsid which ranges in color depending upon the species. It has several hairs on it's body, and razor-sharp teeth and claws that make it a strong predator, as well as a good target for gladiator matches and gladiator hunting.
  • Scimzore- An arboreal dinosaur descended from cat-like synapsids. They had large roof-spined crocodile-like backs, had the same body design of cats, and commonly consume birds, lizards, and other arboreal animals.
  • Sagnait- A predatory cat-like synapsid similar to the extinct Pristerognathus. They were found hunting in groups with their cat-like traits, and they would tackle any kind of meat they could find.
  • Shealbe- An otter-like synapsid similar to the Akidnognathids. They were not semi-aquatic, but they were omnivorous creatures that were often aggressive.
  • Sginner- A dog-like synapsid which has cobra-like hoods which can scare off larger predators, especially in a pack. They hunt in groups of 16-51, being one of the most social of creatures in the AUU, and are often kept as pets.
  • Soidank- A synapsid predator with crocodilian jaws, long back spines, and a short heavy tail.
  • Sailhont- A Dimetrodon-like omnivorous synapsid with a large back sail and a short tail.
  • Tusha- A semi-aquatic synapsid similar to the extinct Limnoscelis. They had the body built like a crocodile, they were aggressive creatures that don't like to be disturbed, and they can tackle anything bigger than them.
  • Usibane- A gigantic synapsid similar to the extinct Moschops, only it is the size of a sauropod. They were large herbivores with a long neck able to grab high foliage, had stubby legs for slow walking, and had a long striped tail for defense.
  • Yabonha- A small synapsid similar to iguanas, yet having a coat of fur, making it look like a rat with a striped tail and the head of a lizard.
  • Zalacon- A predatory saber-toothed synapsid which is similar to the extinct Lemurosaurus. They were creatures that came in different species, and all were known to hunt in groups of 3-9.
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Other Land Reptiles

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  • Apphas- A large white carnivorous reptomammal with shaggy-white fur, was semi-bipedal, had downward-curving horns, stood over 10ft tall, and was commonly found in cold climates. They evolved from reptiles that were forced to adapt to intolerable cold temperatures.
  • Askriff- A canine-like reptomammal which shares a far distant non-Uridian evolutionary chain to the Skrag. They were canine-like in body structure, had boney armor, large spines, furry bodies, have small tails, jagged teeth and black intimidating eyes.
  • Atroxoguana- A giant sapient ape-like iguanid xenoreptilian native to Priemble which has massive strength, a long tail with a fluorescent crest, spiked retractable fluorescent frillneck/lionfish-like side frills and feathery side-chins, glowing saberteeth, and antennae. It is the gorilla of the Priemans and can do more than said animal.
  • Ataexont- A xenoreptilian mound on many worlds and a common predator with two chromescent sacs on the sides of it's head for not just enhanced calling, but also for flourescent display during courtship.
  • Barask- A green feline-like reptomammal that evolved from lizards to hunt in packs. They are agile beasts that come in different species, and have been known to be bloody killers when hunting.
  • Bronkum- A xenoreptilian with four-legs, a short tail, bioluminescent blue neck spots, hoody crests on the upper sides of the neck, an omnivorous diet, a book-shaped upper battering ram, and a warm-blooded nature. It's used as a mound on many worlds.
  • Brakk- A bat-like reptomammal from Uridian wildlife that evolved from pterosaurs that are large predatory creatures that possess bat-like faces with retractable colorful frills used for imtimidation or a mating display, have large alien/bat/pterosaur-like wings, stomachs like a snake's that can allow it to swallow anything whole, yet reduce it's ability to fly when full, boney-plated spiny backs, long devil/lizard-like tails, small amounts of fur, and long-stretchy tongues. They appear to be highly social creatures with a task-based hierarchy that includes scouts, hive defenders, food processing, and perhaps even long-term food storage not unlike the honeypot ants of the OUU. They are known to be vocal, howling or screeching to rally a flock when a target presents itself or proves itself to be a threat.
  • Brakkle- A bat-like reptomammal and that is an evolutionary cousin and/or ancestor of the Brakk, and is also from Uridia. They are giant aerial predators that that have much more elaborately-designed wings, devil-like crested lizard tails, larger flaring frills, and larger amounts of fur on their bodies.
  • Britizile- A xenosaur evolved from lizards though it takes the niche of ceratopsians. But it is an omnivore that feeds on both fruits, leaves, and carcasses. They have 3 spiny flexible frills that are packed with venomous spines that can cause severe pain for 2 hours, has fingered and clawed feet, and a horn on it's snout. It comes in 7 species across the AUU.
  • Bha- A pterosaur-like xenoreptile with leathery wings, a near-kite shape, and congregate in different climates every season.
  • Broidongue- A herbivorous frilled sapient xenoreptilian from Chredder environments evolved from ceratopsians that fill the niche of gorillas.
  • Bulloyder- A large primatoid xenoreptilian ape from Uridia that has four arms which are the primary limbs for locomotion while the legs are vestigial appendages that they stand with but tuck up under themselves when they walk. They have a primate-level intelligence and can use anything blunt as a weapon.
  • Caeinvictus Rex- A giant xenoreptilian that has a crested tail, four ray-like wings, a coat of feathers, six crests on it's head, and 3 pairs of eyes for normal, infrared, and ultraviolet vision. They are apex predators on many aerial worlds and are hardly tamed.
  • Cloiler- A deer-like reptilian that takes the niche of deer-like creatures on certain worlds, having long frill-like antler crests and hair on their upper bodies. They come in 8 different species across the AUU.
  • Croonger- A large reptilian predator that has a large lumpy crest on it's middle-upper body, has webbed yet deadly feet for attacking and grasping prey, a colorful body, a brightly-patterned head for the males to attract females, and a crested colorful tail. They come in 18 different species across the AUU.
  • Cruu- A xenoturtle with a lizard tail, a snail-like shell, six powerful legs, a long head with hammerhead-like tusks and 10 eyes. These creatures mainly thrive on large planets with water.
  • Dagesta- An alien dragon from Priemble that has bioluminescent antennae on their fluorescent frillneck/lionfish-like neck frills, their 4 wings, and their crested tail.
  • Dersh- A xenoreptilian with a long crested tail, a muscular body, a segmented spiny back, and a strong venomous bite.
  • Drager- A reptomammal wyvern-like predatory xenoreptile from Uridia that has gliding wing front legs, armored back, a barbed tail that launches projectiles, and it can use it's own bioelectric aura as a shield and a teleporting mechanism.
  • Fugabe- A large gorilla-like reptomammal which is an evolutionary ancestor of the Fugbopaths, sharing 99.98% similar DNA to them. They are strong solitary brawlers that will attack anything they think they can be a match for. They come in 3 different species.
  • Früze- A large raptor-like reptilian that has 4 patterned frills, a striped crested tail, 2 long dino-like legs, and has the ability to fire armosis projectiles. They are native to Roptoria and will attack anything it deems a threat.
  • Feef- A cute xenoreptilian creature from Priemble that has head frills that act like wings, are pollinators, and are as fast as hummingbirds.
  • Frentk- A large xenoreptilian with muscular bat wings, a layered back, head horns, and multiple tails.
  • Gannac- A small wallaby-like reptomammal which has short raptor-like legs and small arms, have large beady eyes, and twisted ram-like horns that are used for display or defense.
  • Gannsaur- An evolutionary descendant of the Gannac that has a more slender body, stiffer legs, and horns that curve forwards that can be used for stabbing as defense.
  • Gryphlon- Large reptoavians that evolved from raptors that fly like dragons, have bizarrely-designed wings, menacing ear-piercing roars, had limited ground movement due to their regressed legs, and had the ability to fire concentrated plasma blasts from their mouths.
  • Gonthla- A large sapient ape-like reptile related to dinosaurs and originally native to Roptordia that comes in many forms and species across the AUU, some able to breath fuming toxic gas from it's mouth, has brute strength and handling, and can overpower any of it's foes.
  • Gelin- A dog-like reptile with a cobra-like hood, is a distant evolutionary descendant of Sginner, and is exclusively native to Roptoria. They are social and very dangerous hunters, and are very nice pets to the Roptords.
  • Grypger- A large wyvern-like reptile that is native to Roptoria and is a very swift, social, and powerful hunter, using it's powerful wings, horns, it's four normal and infrared-sensing eyes, it's claws, and it's armosis ability to get the jump on it's prey.
  • Gengyd- A large ape-like reptilian beast that is known for having brute strength, is hostile to sentient beings, is very brutal, and can be quite rambunctious. They are native to Roptoria.
  • Greeken- A giant wyvern-like xenoreptilian native to Priemble that breaths volatile projectiles that incinerate their target.
  • Gonce- A lizard xenoreptilian with bug wings and are essentially the pinnacle of flying creatures on Priemble.
  • Gimotha- A xenoreptilian mound on many worlds and an omnivorous group animal with a long neck, a cougar/deer-like body two small horns lining it's back head, two long antennae-like crests inbetween, and hair on it's back head.
  • Geat- A cave-dwelling nocturnal xenoreptilian that has six limbs, four of them creating a bat-like wing structure, and placoderm-like armor plating.
  • Inni- A small hummingbird-like reptoavian which has wings on their heads, are very precious and harmless, have cute faces with small downward-facing beaks, and have prehensile talons used for grabbing things. They are commonly kept as pets on many reptilian worlds.
  • Innidon- A large butterfly-like reptoavian which evolved from prehistoric Innies. They had large patterned butterfly-like pterosaur wings, small amounts of feathers, large sharp talons, rat-like faces with jagged teeth, and has the ability to breathe plasma. They come in hundreds of different species.
  • Itton- A xeno-reptomammal that evolved from monitor lizards. It is a semi-predator that has four arms, and two arms in between their legs that are useful for picking things up and handling, all except when it involves feeding itself and bringing food to it's ravenous young. It has whisker-like structures that are useful as a sixth sense of picking up vibrations and granting enhanced hearing and smell, and it comes in 5 species across the AUU.
  • Iffice- A giant snake-like semi-aquatic lizard xenoreptilian from Priemble which is an omnivorous predator found in humid water-drenched areas.
  • Kugg- A reptoavian commonly used for riding on. They had rough scaly spotted skin, short crested tails, two-toed feet, lacked arms, and had short necks and duckbill-like faces.
  • Kull- A giant gorilla-like xenoreptilian native to Priemble that are curious yet incredibly dangerous creatures with colorful heads and frillneck-like frills, brute strength and back armor.
  • Maumyze- A colossal reptomammal which evolved from sauropods that has boney armor, shaggy fur, short tails, short necks, and white eyes. They were very destructive when in a stampede.
  • Oewonk- A reptomammal that evolved from pterosaurs that has forward-facing tusks on the sides of their faces, wings that formed into functioning legs, tufted lion-like tails, spines and spikes all over their bodies, razor-sharp teeth and claws, boney-plated heads, and some signs of fur on their bodies to fight the winter seasons. They are deadly solitary predators that come in 13 different species.
  • Obtrunce- An agile sapient xenoreptilian beast native to Priemble with frillneck/lionfish-like side frills, poisonous claws and fangs, ferocious shrieks and snarls, and are incredibly aggressive.
  • Pehidee- A bird-like reptile that dwells in forests and rainforsts feeding on seeds, berries, fruits, and other plant-based food, and sometimes they scavenge for meat. They live in groups of six to nine individuals and only make nests on summer. They build their nests with twigs and put moss on it that generate enough heat to incubate the eggs. They are reluctant fliers that prefer to climb with their feet, beak and 3rd fingers, but once in the air, they are powerful and deliberate fliers. They lack tail feathers, aside from the decorative tail streamers of the males of most species, and so all of their lift and steering comes from their wings, which are long and tapering. They tend to be very good gliders and soarers, but avoid dense jungles, where their long wings might tangle in foliage.
  • Plathead- A semi-sentient xenoreptilian known for levitation and a platform-like head, and shares a symbiotic relationship with sentient or unsentient beings, giving them a needed lift in order to feed off of their wastes and anything they excrete on their spongy heads.
  • Ploomph- A giant pig-like reptilian related to synapsids that has yellow eye patterns and a dark-turquoise head crest, a yellow back crest, a dull-pink-to-red-violet coloration with dull back streaks, and a long stretchy tongue and a vacuum-like mouth with teeth. It dwells in caves, and sleeps as long as a koala. They are rather aggressive when disturbed.
  • Pirotour- A large minotaur-like reptilian monster native to Roptoria that has large bull-like bioluminescent horns, an armored hide, a spiky back, lizard-like feet, and is coated in a volatile poison that not only protects it, but allows it to have limited pyrokinetic abilities.
  • Purlber- An arboreal simian species from Uridia that has sharp claws and hands on their tails, but are also intelligent, capable of using guns.
  • Qaggon- A bioluminescent wolf-like reptomammal which dwells on lava or desert planets. They possess furry bodies, boney-plated armor, had bioluminescent markings on their bodies, had fuzzy long tails, spiny backs, and boney jaws. They come in over dozens of different species.
  • Rurring- A pterosaur/bird-like reptoavian commonly used for aerial transportation. They possessed long skin/feathery wings with split membranes, short feathery tails, sharp talons, and long sharp beaks.
  • Ryptock- A reptoavian which looks like a cross between a raptor and a peacock, possessing a tail with large peacock feathers on the tip, a feathery body, a red face, bird-like arms and legs, and is omnivorous.
  • Reepceros- A large xenoreptilian beast that has a crusty rhino-like horn, a spiny humped back, and is very bulky, taking the niche of rhinos on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Rudice- A large gorilla-like xenoreptilian native to Priemble that has short tails, large frillneck/lionfish-like side frills, and can breath toxic fumes.
  • Remetator- A giant monstrous xenoreptilian predator native to Priemble that is the apex predator with fluorescent frillneck/lionfish-like frills all over it's neck, powerful panther-like build, a crested long lizard tail, four venomous fangs in it's mouth, long antennae, and the ability to camouflage with color-changing abilities.
  • Skrag- An alien-like reptomammal from Uridian worlds which is a eusocial predator that acts like a dog, lives in dens, have three-jawed mouths, feather-like hairs, bony plates, and come in different caste breeds. They are commonly found on various desert worlds
  • Skirag- A colossal solitary evolutionary descendant of the Skirag that is also from Uridia. They are similar in appearance, but are much larger, more boney-armored, more vicious, and more dangerous. They can kill as efficiently as a bear on steroids.
  • Sbrakk- A genetically-engineered species combined with the DNA of a Brakk and Skrag, made from an insane Uridian mad scientist and soon became a part of wildlife. They have remained unsterile and are now Skrags with the faces and large wings of a Brakk. They are deadly semi-terrestrial predators that will kill when you trespass within their territory.
  • Sarcohiver- A giant four-legged reptile that has several giant cavities in it's body to support many forms of life, whether it be plants or animals, it sheds it's own dead material to be fed off by it's symbiosis, and it itself is very predatory, territorial, and hazardous.
  • Stip- A small lizard dog xenoreptilian native to Priemble that are very voracious pack hunters.
  • Souture- A giant xenosauropod with no tail, a crusty protected neck, and a very bulky head.
  • Thagsaur- A lion-like reptomammal which has a large mane-like patterned frill behind it's head, feline-like legs, a short reptilian tail, small downward-facing horns on the sides of it's head, sharp long crests around it's forehead, and a small tail. They come in various different species.
  • Thig- A giant shelled ape-like reptilian native to Roptoria that not only has unlimited strength, but also has an armored thick hide, and is very resilient in a fight.
  • Turgeonton- A relative of the Cruu more bulkier and shorter, has a spiky shell, and filter feeds on the ground that it walks on.
  • Vasactyle- A reptoavian that was used for mounting on dozens of planets across the AUU. They had a crocodilian-like body with strong lizard-like legs, and had beaks, and feathery crests, backs, and long feathery-tufted tails.
  • Volatact- A giant pterosaur-winged xenoreptilian used as aerial steeds for the Priemans. They have humps that function like seats, they have long head crests, and are found in the highest elevations of Priemble.
  • Virgon- A herbivorous xenoreptilian from Priemble that has a flexible set of shield-like frills, a long striped and crested tail, and the ability of armosis by firing projectiles from it's mouth.
  • Veshus- A giant aerial predator from Priemble that has 4 fluorescent back wings, 4 legs, a long tail, the ability to breath toxic fumes and projectiles, and have fluorescent frillneck/lionfish-like side frills.
  • Vige- A nocturnal xenoreptilian that can only see in the dark, has a short tail, and takes the niche of wolves on many worlds.
  • Wooby- A semi-aquatic penguin-like reptile that is native to Roptoria, having a green-blue/aquamarine and gray coloration, having Gungan-like ear structures, a long tail, and a lizard-like head.
  • Zarac- A large primate-like reptomammal which is an evolutionary ancestor of the Zarphalls, having 99.99% similar DNA to them. They are predatory creatures with quick claws, but are often aggressive when not treated carefully. They come in 5 different species.
  • Zammer- A gorilla-like reptomammal which is an evolutionary cousin to the Fugbopaths. They are beasts that will beat up anything they can, and they come in 3 different species.
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  • Cranthor- An armored quadrupedal xenoreptilian with metallic armored plates on it's jaws, upper and lower back, and the tip of it's tail, metallic teeth, and are social hunters that hunt in packs.
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  • Xure- A scavenging avian reptile with dragon wings and dragon head, vulture feathers, and can breath a chemical fire.

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  • Zeston- A large dog-like xenoreptilian with a cobra-like hood, flexible crests on it's back, two crested tails, long antennae crests on it's head, poison patterns on it's back, and signs of fur.

Sea Reptiles

Dinosaurs

AUU sea dinosaurs evolved the same biology as land dinosaurs, but possess two swim bladders under their lungs.

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  • Celox- A sea pterosaur with a long crested tail, a toothed beak, thin wings, and a slender body structure.
  • Elasmodus- A large plesiosaur that evolved from the surviving plesiosaur from the Cretaceous. They have adapted to having a paddle-like tail like their main predators, and a shorter and sturdier neck. They have 4 large clawed flippers, a large crocodile-like head, and razor-sharp teeth.
  • Ligucon- A huge species of aquatic dinosaur that evolved from dinosaurs similar to Liopleurodon. They have a large crocodile-like head filled with regenerative teeth, they have large clawed flippers, and they also have a large paddle-like tail similar to crocodiles.
  • Nothodontoid- A species of aquatic reptile that evolved from dinosaurs similar to the extinct Nothosaurs. They are skinny, swift, curious and agile creatures that can stay underwater for 9 minutes.
  • Peller- A fish-shaped pliosaur that eats fish and cnidarians. It is immune to many cnidarian stings, and can swim fast enough to avoid predators.
  • Pisaur- A fish-shaped dinosaur that evolved from prehistoric Ichthyosaurs that were able to adapt to their changing environment, unlike the ones in reality. This created this large shark-shaped reptile with regenerative teeth, an organic radar system, large clawed flippers and tail fins, and surprising swimming speed.
  • Porzer- A freshwater ichthyosaur that looks more like a fish, is very aggressive, and is omnivorous.
  • Rynctle- A large ichthyosaur that evolved from creatures similar to Cymbospondylus. They have a crocodile-like appearence, and a voracious appetite.
  • Swiggith- A small plesiosaur thet evolved from the surviving plesiosaurs of the Cretaceous. They are relatives of the short-necked plesiosaurs that used agility and speed to catch prey. This creatured evolved from them with 4 wide flippers, a flippered tail, and a large display of serrated teeth.
  • Seasa- A species of sea lion-like plesiosaur which are the size of an average sea lion. They mainly feed on fish and are very vicious when angered.
  • Tanystrus- A large long-necked reptile that evolved from creatures similar to Tanystropheus. They are among one of the many reptiles capable of regeneration.
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AUU sea lizards evolved a marine niche by gaining air sacs beneath their lungs acting as built-in oxygen tanks, two blowhole-like snouts on their noses, and can walk on land like AUU cetaceans.

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  • Aquoyger- A mosasaur-like lizard with large flattened flippers with claws, a spiny back, a large gaping mouth with flexible jaws like a shark's, have dolphin-like tails, are particularly night-hunters, and are very dangerous and hostile to even sentient beings.
  • Carcodon- A mosasaur that also evolved from the mosasaurs that survived the big extinction event. They are a bit smaller than Varkilldon, and have a different resemblance to them. They have bizarre teeth that are actually sharp edges of the jaw, they have large flippers, a large back tail flipper, a crocodile-like head, and a tough armoured hide.
  • Chargue- A monitor lizard similar to a Komodo dragon in size and shape, but having mosasaur-like flippers and tail. They feast on sea mammals, sea birds, and other smaller sea reptiles with their poisonous saliva.
  • Ghoss- A ghost-colored sea monitor which is similar in appearance to a seal. They have no back legs, have a flat paddle-like tail, and monstrous jaws for snacking on fish and small squids.
  • Lawhail- A species of monitor lizard that is as big as a whale. They are carnivorous, preferring to eat sea mammals, squid, fish, and other sea reptiles. They have the coloration of an orca.
  • Lakem- An alligator-sized mosasaur found in freshwater lakes and rivers, and rarely in the ocean.
  • Milsha- An aquatic monitor lizard with a paddle-like tail, webbed feet, and a mouth full of bizarre teeth. They also have venom glands like a Komodo, which can cause fatal blood poisoning. These creatures swim like a crocodile.
  • Nurisone- A whale-like mosasaur that filter-feeds. Their large size scares off predators, and they have the coloration of a whale shark.
  • Narcone- A slender mosasaur with long clawed flippers, a large flat clawed tail flipper, a spined back, large caiman jaws, and large bizarre serrated teeth. They have large venom glands in their mouth like a Komodo dragon that can cause fatal blood poisoning, and they can swim in a fast pace.
  • Piscacon- A coelacanth-like monitor lizard that can swim as fast as a fish. They hang out in oceans and lakes, and eats fish and other aquatic reptiles.
  • Ryven- A species of agile plesiosaur-like monitor lizard with a long paddle-like tail, a shark-like pattern, quick swimming, and shark-like back fins.
  • Roron- A giant predatory aquatic monitor lizard that has a large bulky paddle-like tail, large horns on it's face, long fin-like spines on it's back, and four powerful legs. There are over 188 species across the AUU.
  • Sauraniga- A sapient marine lizard that can hold it's breath underwater for 2 hours. They have flat paddle-like tails, and they are omnivorous, eating algae and meat.
  • Shmark- A mosasaur that takes the niche of sharks. It is similar in appearance to ichthyosaurs, but is unrelated to creatures similar to them, having shark-like back fins, and has webbed flipper legs, regenerative teeth, and has the coloration of a shark, occasionally as a means of mimicry to ensure predators leave it alone due to it's similarity to adolescent sharks.
  • Tlung- A fish-sized mosasaur that evolved away it's back legs and hunts in schools.
  • Uslasaur- A massive, compact, bullet-headed aquatic lizard that hunted in oceans and rivers in packs of half a dozen. They could stay submerged in water for 10 minutes.
  • Varkilldon- A large mosasaur that survived the Cretaceous Extinction Event not just with it's radioactive resistance ability, but for being able to adapt in it's changing environment. This creature evolved in their place as a result. They are spiny, paddle-tailed creatures with large clawed flippers as well as a spiked tail flipper. They can regrow their banana-sized teeth like a shark, and they can swim incredibly fast.
  • Xecodar- A gigantic mosasaur that was different than any other. They were crocodile-like in appearence, had large dinosaur jaws, long sharp teeth, a large paddle-like spined tail, 4 large clawed flippers, a large sail on it's back, and a fearsome reputation. They could swim incredibly fast, and their size is also an advantage.
  • Zahn- A shark-like mosasaur that takes a shark niche on many worlds across the AUU in 779 different species.
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  • Aquasaur- A giant mosasaur-like monitor lizard with poisonous spines on it's back, whale-shark-like coloration, and had an alligator-like head.

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  • Auronagnis- A genus of golden-colored shiny sea snakes that are non-poisonous. Instead, they use their shiny glare to temporarily blind it's prey so it can make a quick strike. It even uses it's shiny scales to protect itself from predators.

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AUU sea turtles have the same metallic bones and carapaces as AUU land turtles, but they also have two air sacs beneath their lungs for holding in extra air, and they have pronged beaks for holding onto prey.

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  • Algotore- A sea turtle that shares a symbiotic relationship with algae. The algae lives on it's back, and protects the turtle with it's bad taste and smell.
  • Elasmurtle- A plesiosaur-like turtle with a long neck, large clawed flippers, and a hard back shell. It hangs out in rivers, lakes, and even oceans.
  • Feathblon- A marine turtle that is distinguished by it's broccoli-shaped retractable structure on it's endgut called an 'reargill', which functions as an extra breathing mechanism that can be detracted when on land or in danger, allowing them to stay underwater for days by sucking oxygen from the water. They come in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Marchelon- A gigantic sea turtle that lurks in warm tropical waters. The turtle is curious, slow, and fragile, but has a deadly bite.
  • Pturgle- A sea turtle with large bat-like flippers. It still swims very slow, but it's coloration makes it impossible to see.
  • Turge- A mosasaur-like turtle noted for being predatory beasts that will prey on anything it can swallow. Evolving from snapping-turtle-like creatures, they retreated into the oceans and evolved in a similar way to the mosasaur.
  • Vever- A giant predatory monstrous-looking sea turtle native to Roptoria, and consumes anything it can swallow whole. It's body is armored by a powerful shell, it's packed with sharp teeth and flippers with sharp claws, and it can waddle on land like a seal.
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  • Aquasuchus- A species of marine crocodile that evolved from creatures similar to Metriorynchus. They were fast and agile swimmers with large clawed flippers, a large paddle-like tail, and a large ray-finned spine on it's back.

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  • Croconus- A crocodile-like sea reptile with gaping jaws. While some species prey on fish, others prey on sea birds and aquatic mammals and reptiles.
  • Cectodus- A dolphin-like crocodilian that shows no sense of decency. It eats anything it sees, and has a biting force of 1,000 pounds per square inch. It has the brutality of a crocodile, and can hunt like a crocodile.

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Land Arthropods

Insects, Spiders, and Others

Insects and arachnids are identical to the ones of the OUU, but some differences include an exoskeleton elaborate enough to merge the jointed body into looking like a non-bug body, but only slightly, a small endoskeleton, antennae acting as more than smell organs, seta evolved to be like hair, and a machine-like anatomy.

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  • Acanthabite- A trilobite-like pillbug that is capable of curling up into a spiked ball. The spikes are poisonous, and can cause instant swelling and pain.
  • Argentaroach- A silver-colored cockroach with an imperviousness to radiation. These creatures are capable of surviving 5 days without a head, and they are also capable of flight.
  • Axith- An 8-legged leafcutter ant which harvests leaves for creating photosynthetic structures so they can have sugars to eat. They are also good defenders of their nest since the soldiers have sharp pincers and a stinger that irritates the nervous system for an hour.
  • Algon- An aphid-like creature which lives inside hives and harvests plant sap for creating honey. While they seem harmless, they are deadly for their stings which contain acids that can cause severe burning.
  • Amphfly- An amphibious lepidopteran that starts out as an eel-like caterpillar with crests with two spikes on it's sides, feed off of algae, and and get into a cocoon later on. Later, the cocoons, by taking hydrogen from the water, become balloon-like structures that float out of the water and into Aranel's twilight zone, and upon landing, they become walking burrowing creatures with ant-like heads, long crusty tails, and multiple legs, and later on undergo another metamorphosis, .
  • Ardhai- An large predatory insectoid, 4 legs, 2 pincers, and an armored head. They are hostile creatures that will attack anything it sees as food.
  • Addant- A eusocial ant-like insect that is omnivorous, some species being more into meat while others are into plants. Coming in a base adaptive design of four legs, two arms with opposable thumb pincers, expansive glandular systems, and hyper-sensitive antennae, there are over a hundred million species all across the AUU, all ranging in size, but retaining fire-colored glowing abdomens possessing the most glands and often having toxic stingers, colored heads, and some lack antennae, instead smelling through tongue-like proboscis in their mouths. They have been known to attack and eat anything in their way, including sentient beings.
  • Aggot- A trilobite-like ant that can be found in both land and sea. They are one of the oldest forms of life in the AUU, surviving long before the AUU First Cartoonian War. They come in thousands of different species.
  • Altjir- A butterfly-like insect that have venomous bites. The males are much bigger than the females, and have blue wings with 3 structures on the bottom, the central ones being the longest, while the females have green wings and smaller structures. The caterpillars are capable of releasing their hemotoxic venom as a projectile. They metamorphosize differently than butterflies. They go underwater and transform into a fish-like caterpillar predator that consumes small fish that contain the fatty acids that it needs to develop quickly, this phase being called a nymph, and after consuming enough food, they become an underwater stalk with the cocoon on the tip that pokes above the surface. After 7 months, they complete their growth cycle as a butterfly-like form. They retain their hemotoxin within their bite.
  • Angelfly- A dragonfly-like insect that has transparent wings that look like a bird's wings. They have a white coloration, and their wings can display frightening colorations when threatened, the colors ranging depending upon the species. They are widely-known for going at high altitudes from their homes within mountain caves.
  • Airpider- A jumping spider-like arachnid that has back legs that developed into wings that catch the wind and allow for long gliding across their habitats in jungles. They come in 93 species across the AUU, and has one or both of two types of venom: a paralyzing venom and a hemotoxin. They use the paralyzing venom to paralyze it's prey, and the hemotoxin as self-defense.
  • Acipdit- A green bioluminescent spider that lures creatures into it's glow-in-the-dark toxic webs so it can consume it. Most of the hundreds of species have been known to eat bigger creatures like birds or reptiles.
  • Bayze- A large fly with 4 wings that takes the niche of passerine birds on many insect worlds.
  • Berryfly- A fly that has a diet of berries, and berry-like eggs.
  • Blizzer- A furry fly that feeds on blood and two long tooth-like proboscii.
  • Bumblebeetle- A beetle with a bee coloration and a stinger. They are one of the many insects that are capable of pollination and it's honey is extremely delicious.
  • Buzzlobite- A large ciceda-like horsefly with 3 pairs of wings and a bizarre mouth. It feeds on the blood of other organisms.
  • Beetrom- A cricket-like bug with only one eye and small front legs. They are not the smartest bugs in the AUU, but they are dangerous when in a group.
  • Byroid- A large dog-like termite which acts and behaves like a dog. They can run very fast, they have razor-sharp teeth, and long jagged claws on it's front limbs, and can see in ultraviolet vision.
  • Beerox- A red-and-black striped killer bee which has foul-tasting honey. In a swarm, they are killers. Like modern-day killer bees, their sting contains venom. But this venom is so lethal, it will cause instant swelling and death.
  • Bloodar- A species of fly which is red in color, and has a sting that aggravates the nervous system for 5 hours. They are pollinating creatures which make blood-colored honey inside hives found in the ground.
  • Blurphbug- A semi-aquatic beetle which communicates through gurgle-like sounds produced through sac-like structures on it's face. It has 4 back-legs that are flattened and used for swimming. They feed on algae.
  • Beastfly- A robberfly-like insect with large wings. It is a predatory bug with a face that makes it look like a beast, hence it's name. Their bites are poisonous, and it not only eats other bugs, but it bites a chunk of flesh from larger organisms.
  • Bumblefly- A species of pollinating flies that behave like bumblebees. They have stingers for defense, and they collect nectar to create a foul-tasting honey.
  • Banditfly- A kind of 6-winged and 4-legged dragonfly which is a kleptoparasite, a creature that steals food from others by using it's needle-like arms for grabbing onto objects. They only hunt at night because their black coloration makes them undetectable.
  • Buzliin- A dragonfly-like bug which has colorful wings which can scare off prey. They start off as caterpillars and turn into adults through cocoons. The coloration of the wings differ depending upon the species, and they fly as fast as a dragonfly.
  • Bloodyfly- A poisonous red butterfly that tend to be carnivorous scavengers and pollinators of carnivorous plants. They are graceful herald animals to carnivorous races across the AUU.
  • Bunzee- Large desert flies that are very poisonous and have venomious bites. They are aggressive swaming insects and fiercely territorial, and come in over 800 different species across the AUU.
  • Crystoentoon- A crystal-backed flightless beetle which can launch it's crystals and impale it's prey. Then it regrows the crystals.
  • Craniomite- A bioluminescent termite with a glowing neon green transparent exposed brain. They are intelligent, and have advanced castes. Their hills are extremely large, and houses over a million of them. The queen is larger and the most intelligent, and is able to control the gender of her offspring.
  • Calzton- A moth-like insect which are attracted to light because of it's photosynthetic wings which produce sugars for it to eat. They are black in color to camouflage it in the night from predators.
  • Cihrana- A large millipede which has only 8 legs, and has a tail and long neck. They are often hostile, and will attack anything that it sees when it deems it food. They live in deserts and are capable of spraying acid at prey.
  • Composomite- A spider-like eusocial insect that is famous around the AUU for being an invasive species that has a semi-sentient intelligence as the byproduct of their feeding on animal carcasses preserves a partial amount of organic material into an inedible soil-like substance that can hold a fair amount of life, as these creatures consume not the meat, but all liquids and fluids within even the cells, making the remaining organic material inedible to even decomposers, and making the carcass a decorative part of the environment, creating what is called 'orgaliths'. These insects have 10 spider-like legs, four of them with opposable crafting fingers and the other 6 being walker-like legs, 2 long spine-like tails on their rears, reproduce nearly half their lifetimes, are adaptable creatures, and despite having a lifespan of only 6 years, they can do their work almost every day.
  • Carxert- A cricket-like insect that harvests meat and either eats it, or stores enough for the winter. The bigger species will attack anything small enough that wanders into it's territory, killing it with it's multi-clawed forelegs and it's razor-sharp mandibles.
  • Cigapod- A walking stick that looks similar to a cigarette. They evolved on ecumenopolis worlds, and while the birds that ate it learned to not eat cigarettes on the ground that could easily kill them, they took advantage of that knowledge and camouflage themselves as a cigarette. They even release a smoke-smelling toxin that simulates the poisons, driving away the predator.
  • Cumberfly- A large four-winged horsefly that is a liquivorous hunter that flies with large golden wings, a poisonous bite filled with red venom, a proboscis tongue, and an instinct of choosing whether or not to hunt in groups or on one's self.
  • Carnopteran- A giant liquivorous hunting wasp that grew so big after originating from a world of high oxygen, and evolved makeshift lungs to stay in that size and take on larger prey. It is a highly-adapted predator that uses large compound eyes to detect prey in jungles and it's common urban ruin climate. When it has found suitable prey, it will use it's large translucent golden flaring wings, it's strong mantis like legs, and it's natural speed to catch birds or other giant animals while the razor sharp mandibles packing deadly paralyzing venom and poisonous stinger make short work of the meal.
  • Centew- A centipede that has a long back tail with a pincer of small poisonous barbs, can live in both land and sea depending upon the species, and comes in over 500 different species across the AUU.
  • Drosoph- A small flea-like fruit-fly that is parasitic, and feeds off of blood.
  • Dracthonfly- A large griffinfly-like bug that thrives in worlds of high oxygen concentration. However, it is one of the many bugs that got so big, it could develop makeshift lungs, and thus doesn't require high oxygen to become bigger. They are harmless creatures, but can hurt you when you aggravate it.
  • Dropple- A nocturnal butterfly that sapphire wings and hunts the insects that are most active in the night.
  • Droble- A long-legged giant spider from Uridia that stands on six long tall legs, stands 20ft tall, and resides in large dunes across the planet.
  • Exllzey- A giant predatory whip spider-like insect that is so aggressive and territorial, it's hard to mate with the opposite gender. It takes a dance-fight involving disabling the species' natural venomous claws, impaling venomous fangs, and holding them while positioning himself for mating. While hunting and protecting it's territory and young, these bugs use strategy, speed, and their venomous jaws and claws to inflict as much venomous wounds into it's prey as possible, and catch it by surprise if necessary.
  • Frunekree- A fruit-like omnivorous 8-legged insect that disguises itself as a fruit to catch it's prey, and kill it with a deadly neurotoxin. It's neurotoxin burns your nervous system like fire, and destroy your brain within 2 hours. Once the prey is dead, the Frunekree eats it's fill, and the carcass keeps it fed for over a week.
  • Fouropod- A species of 4-legged spiders commonly found on Planet Larvirium. Unlike other spiders, these creatures live in colonies like bees and ants, having casts consisting of workers, soldiers, and pioneers. Workers do construction work, soldiers defend the colony, and pioneers go and harvest food. The queen lays a new generation of eggs every year before the previous generation dies out, for these creatures only live for a year except for the queen, which lives for 10 years.
  • Feegle- A large beetle with a defense mechanism similar to the bombardier beetle. They can set their abdomens ablaze with chemical reactions and scare off predators. They are different from bombardiers for their yellow and black coloration, their 8 legs, and their sizes.
  • Famegafly- A dog-sized species of sapient fly with 2 colorful wings that, when folded back, make the back look like a monster's face to scare off predators.
  • Floffot- A botfly-like insect whose larvae commonly parasitizes mammals and develops within their skin. But this parasite is more lethal as pulling it out could cause extreme and excruciating pain that can only be treated through medical parasites that suck up the painful blood and numb the wound long enough for it to properly heal. Like the botfly, the insect doesn't lay it's egg on the host to avoid getting swatted. It instead uses a symbiotic parasite to transfer it's young to the host.
  • Flychnid- A dragonfly-spider insect with paralyzing and irritating venom, flies with deep buzzing, and spins webbing that changes density in time.
  • Feeget- A predatory butterfly which hunts in groups of 18-50, and come in over 56 species. They can be found on carcasses, and they can even hunt smaller insects. All species have treacherous wing patterns to prevent it from being eaten by bigger predators.
  • Flatterfly- A butterfly-like insect that is not a butterfly nor a moth, but another in between, as it is one of the many animals to possess Cerwan's Mutation, allowing it to adapt throughout it's metamorphosis based upon the diet it has had during it's 6 young stages. Even their translucent luna-moth-like wings indicate what it can do. It comes in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Feverfly- A mosquito-like bug that uses an elaborately-designed proboscis of multiple microscopic tubes that maximize the efficiency of getting the nutrients they needed to reproduce. They have 6 legs, two additional limbs for handling things, and six chelicerae, two sprouting color-changing structures which are used for mating rituals, another two being like tentacles used as anchoring mechanisms, and the other two used as the common mandibles.
  • Frune- A tick that has evolved a liquivorous lifestyle outside of blood, and now sucks fruit juices from plants or the fruits they bare.
  • Firepe- A millipede-like creature that has a body coated with flammable poison that can be ignited by it's manipulative body heat. They come in 61 different species across the AUU.
  • Flider- A flying bat-like spider that spins giant webs to catch large prey, and often acts in an entire family. They have venom that can permanently destroy body functions with a simple bite. They come in 699 different species across the AUU.
  • Fluthopper- A grasshopper with colorful butterfly-like wings.
  • Gracewing- A quick omnivorous butterfly/dragonfly-like creature that hunts with quick bursts of speed through it's 4 gracefully-colored but still slim-lined wings.
  • Gypsfly- A yellow-colored monarch butterfly that is very poisonous to eat. They start off as a yellow caterpillar, and they form into a butterfly within 3 weeks.
  • Gliderfly- A fly which takes the shape of a glider, and has a needle-like proboscis which it uses to impale it's prey and suck out it's juices.
  • Genmite- An termite-like insect that is known for harvesting DNA and are quick-evolvers. They are chemical producers that use DNA to create elixirs to make hundreds of castes, making them the most elaborate unsentient animals in the AUU. They have a translucent purple sac which they use to store genetic material, they harvest it through an elaborate proboscis, have 6 toed legs, have purple glowing backs, clawed hands, can defend itself and hunt using a purple toxic sticky substance, and form their own 'cities' from large mound colonies consisting of large hills, and their castes play their part in each role.
  • Gvaaastfly- A large dragonfly-like bug that is best known for consuming small birds with the use of a fast-acting venom that paralyzes and kills in less than 5 minutes. They come in 51 different species across the AUU, and is commonly found in jungles and rainforests.
  • Gladiofly- A large hunting wasp that is as aggressive and powerful as the inferxasp, and has a similar red-and-gold coloration. But many differences include it's 4 translucent golden wings, it's middle legs that can spear anything it darts after, large toothed chelicerae that can butcher it's prey, and it's venom is worth an entire inferxasp swarm's stings combined into one and causes the worst agonizing pain in whatever it stings, as it kills the smallest of it's prey in an instant, and causes days of agonizing pain in anything bigger than itself. They are capable of eating rodents, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and even other bugs, and are often cannibalistic on each other. When competing for mates, the loser is eaten by the victor. Then after giving birth, the female eats it's mate, and creates up to 6 nests in the ground to raise a single maggot that is just as big as the smaller males, as it keeps the individuals in separate nests because the maggots are cannibalistic to even their own siblings.
  • Grasstone- A mantis-like creature with grasshopper-like legs, large wings, and are creatures considered of good luck in various worlds across the AUU, coming in over a thousand species.
  • Hextramite- A species of 6-limbed sapient insectoids which are noted for their 4 green eyes, their primate-like agility, their complex dexterity, their sticky webbing, and their poisonous bites.
  • Hobofly- A stonefly-like creature which is named after both it's solitary nature and their ability to go on for months without food. Because of this, they rarely eat. They eat the nectar of other plants, and often steal honey from the hives of other insects.
  • Heent- A fire-ant-like flightless wasp which is known for it's hostility against other members of it's species. Being much bigger than an ant, they attack things as big as a lizard if it means defending their territory.
  • Hischbug- A colorful rainforest-dwelling beetle that disguises itself as a flower and grasps on any pollinating animal that get too close. They have evolved from several ancestors that constantly got better with mimicry, and it comes in hundreds of species across the AUU.
  • Harapa- An alien-like earwig that has 4 blue eyes, two chelicerae that also act as arms, has 6 arms, and are very parasitic at times, coming in 86 different species across the AUU.
  • Heught- A fuzzy arachnid that, instead of using a web, has a webbed sac-like net and uses it's lightweight aerodynamic design to catch prey, as the hairs are like a tarantula's, being used for defense from larger predators.
  • Hyjefly- A large carnivorous fly-like creature. Named after a Jekyll-Hyde-like figure named Hyje, these creatures have poison that can cause burning pain and blood poisoning, and it can spray it as a projectile. They hunt in swarms, have two pairs of large translucent golden wings, and are very dangerous.
  • Isonion- A species of giant isopod with scorpion claws, and multiple stingers on it's rear.
  • Illall- A scorpion-like creature with a large tentacle-like tail barbed with a venomous stinger. These creatures are as agile as a flea, and can jump just as high. They often attack in a group.
  • Inferxasp- A wasp-like bug that is as deadly and dangerous as a killer bee, having a red-and-gold coloration, and are known for creating a highly-spicy honey that is commonly consumed by certain sentient beings, yet the process of harvesting it is very dangerous as the insects that make them are highly-aggressive and territorial, and live in massive hives. Their stingers deliver venom that can cause burning pain. One individual sting is not enough to kill, but an entire swarm is capable of killing over a hundred sentient beings.
  • Krunxa- A small ant-like insect with 8 legs, and highly-advanced castes. They have an irrigation system, and in some species, have venom. However this venom doesn't protect them from the hungry pangaloons that prey on them.
  • Kleptofly- A wasp-like robberfly which is known for getting onto spider-webs and stealing prey without getting stuck itself. To protect itself from the spider, it sprays a fiery acid from it's proboscis.
  • Kaphisle- A large insectoid the size of a building that migrates across large landscapes looking for places to photosynthesize using a symbiotic relationship with algae. They have photosynthetic heads, several horns, have 6 walker-like legs for locomotion, have over 70 eyes, and come in 6 different species around the AUU. Their graveyards are found all across wastelands on insectoid planets or any other planet where they're native.
  • Lumitroz- A species of firefly with a yellow-green glow. But it's bottom doesn't just glow. It's entire body glows. They are gentle and intelligent.
  • Lomlea- A species of giant flea which were herbivorous creatures that eat fruit. They were lightweight agile creatures that were commonly used for riding on. It took skill to ride these insects without being flung off or nauseated.
  • Lumangit- An ant which is known for it's bioluminescent abdomen which it uses for communication and for identifying each other in the colony.
  • Leaffle- A leafbug-like beetle that, like it's OUU counterpart, disguises as a leaf to protect itself from predators.
  • Leaffly- A fly that disguises itself as a leaf to protect itself from predators, essentially being the leaf bug of the AUU.
  • Linder- A eusocial spider that makes large webs and hives in an elaborate way, having strong but aggressive workers, very aggressive and poisonous soldiers, and queens that are very elegant and very defensive of the hive. There are over 863 species across the AUU.
  • Mangris- A mantis similar to a praying-mantis, but with bigger antennae, a wider jumping range, and spiked arms.
  • Macroid- A baby-sized humanoid cricket-like wingless roach with extreme intelligence. They have a deadly venomous bite that can cause a fatal sickness that could sometimes kill.
  • Mireetle- A beetle found in deserts and prairies across the AUU. Their elytra and prothorax have been turned into a mirror-like surface where the degree of reflection is not inferior to the human mirror glass. These parts of the body become almost flat, and in some individuals even slightly concave - and they are the main weapon the beetle has as it can scare off predators with a glare of sunlight from their backs.
  • Mawkfly- A large robberfly-like insect that is big enough to hunt smaller flying bugs. It is capable of flying very fast with it's powerfully-reinforced wings, it's stinger which contains a paralyzing venom, and for it's ability to even hunt zees and other eusocial honey-making insects for it's honey and individuals. It can hunt all except the inferxasp.
  • Meattle- A woodlouse-like bug commonly found in large swarms inside garbage dumps and anywhere where there's decomposable debris. They lay their maggots within any dead carcasses they find, and the maggots grow up within 2 days. These insects have a lifespan of only 2 months, and they must eat 100 times their own body weight every day due to their high metabolic rate.
  • Meegle- A seal-like maggot that is a member of the larviform family, a family of insects that evolved to stay within a maggot/larva form. These creatures are semi-aquatic grubs with six legs, flippers, and different patterns. They come in 80 different species across the AUU.
  • Mumider- A large spider and the AUU version of daddy longlegs, having long legs, and two pincer-like chelicerae, small abdomens, and 8 red eyes. They come in 32 different species across the AUU.
  • Nimibite- A grasshopper-like cricket with a vast intelligence.
  • Nanomite- A small poisonous termite which are deadly in a group. They can melt down a spider in only 12 seconds with their corrosive poison.
  • Nanno- A species of small bee-like creatures which harvest nectar to create a nutritious honey, and have stingers that inject a poison that causes extreme pain for 3 hours. These creatures are farmed for their honey.
  • Nant- A non-eusocial desert ant that wanders open deserts finding or scavenging food.
  • Nocodwy- A small maggot that spends most of it's life cycle in a maggot form, consuming the flesh of living hosts after their botfly-like mating phase lays their eggs in carcasses for animals to consume, allowing the young to mature and burrow out of the dying animal and live in it long enough to mature into an aerial mating cycle, mate, lay it's eggs, and die.
  • Netter- A large spider with a bee-colored abdomen, green legs, and are known for being capable of using a net-like webbing to seize their prey, catching them by surprising, rolling them up, and keeping them either as food or something for their mates and for them to act as an incubation chamber. They come in 7 different species across the AUU.
  • Oigar- A predatory pseudocentipede with large antennae, have a few legs, soft tops, and a scorpion-shaped tail with a barbed with 2 stingers that inject two kinds of chemicals that cause an allergic reaction inside anything it stings.
  • Oceslot- A large poisonous locust-like bug that is considered an ultimate pest. It can poison crops that it feeds on, and it is immune to most forms of pesticides, which actually strengthen it's poison. It's fire-like coloration is a warning to predators to leave it alone.
  • Peroxicon- A spider-like insectoid with indestructible webbing. They are excellent climbers, and see in thermal imaging.
  • Plazmite- A waterbear-like bioluminescent beetle with the ability to heat up it's body and protect itself against predators. It's luminescent purple spots on it's back are like built-in light bulbs that burn anything it touches.
  • Peroxoid- A scorpion insectoid with the tail of a Xenomorph. The tail has a stinger that contains venom that contains hydrogen peroxide, which can poison anyone it comes in contact with. It's clawed talons are lethal, and can tear the heart out of a human in one swipe. Luckily they're harmless unless they are threatened.
  • Pilifly- A butterfly-like insect that is best known for appearing in autumn, and is a highly-migratory insect that chooses the best of fall territories where it can feast on the most active of insects at this time of year. The males have red wings while the larger females have brown wings.
  • Pivipede- An Arthropleura-like insect that has a flattened body the length of a snake. Though it is vegetarian, it can defend itself with a bite venom with a greater effect than a common house centipede.
  • Plainsfly- A large 4-legged grasshopper-fly-creature used on many worlds as mounts with their quick flight and traveling speed.
  • Qilgor- A dobsonfly-like insect with is known to be the fastest bug in the AUU, flying at a speed of 70 mph, and is so heavily built that it cannot be turned into mush. They eat other bugs.
  • Qroach- The AUU version of roaches. They are extreme survivors that have been around for 660 million years in the AUU, and have evolved into many dangerous forms, most of them becoming extinct over time, and come in over a thousand species all over the AUU. They are extreme survivors because it was said that they possessed genetic anomalies that allowed them to adapt, but by modern times, they lost this ability, thus this loss more or less played a role in the history of genetic regression serums used to eliminate genetic anomalies in sentient beings. These insects nourishes themselves very easily and can survive for years without food as long as they have water, they can survive without a head for a month, they can regrow severed appendages, and they can survive any number of radiation, and more-impressively, harnessed such a thing during it's genetic-anomaly era, granting certain species abilities such as bioluminescence, chemical weapons, and various others. They can commonly occur red, gold, brown, and gasoline-colored across the AUU, yet other colors are apparent.
  • Qoqqle- A wasp-like insect that is a predatory venomous hunting wasp that has golden glittering wings, has an armosis chemical weapon that strikes with the force of a sniper bullet in bug scales, has multiple nests, has a bioluminescent fire-colored abdomen that warns larger predators that it's poisonous to consume, and it has 6 wings.
  • Rhzonae- A rhino-beetle-like beetle with black and dark blue coloration. It has 8 legs, and flies very fast. It's wings' appearance scares away predators.
  • Rorgoth- A snapping beetle which is famous for the rattling noises it makes with internal structures in it's abdomen. This can either scare off predators, or can be used for communication.
  • Roctle- A eusocial, swarming, carnivorous beetle with a queen about the size of a small dog. They are carnivorous and highly aggressive towards animals many times their size, Their acidic bites could chew through reinforced concrete in minutes, and could eat a full grown man alive very quickly with a piranha mentality; to the extent that within seconds of bringing the victim down, there would be no trace of it left. Like qroaches, it was very difficult to kill these beetles, as one could survive and almost instantly recover from being directly crushed under a boot.
  • Ruicher- An asexual scorpion-like creature which live in small hills underground. The workers' tails are used as limbs for picking up food, soldiers' tails are armed with acidic stingers, and the king reproduces and commands a colony. These creatures are known for invading other colonies for resources, and sometimes a soldier will leave the colony and become the king of it's own colony.
  • Rariumfly- A large dragonfly-like insect that is completely harmless as it is a pollinating migratory insect. It's noted for it's effervescent and illuminating 2 pairs of wings and it's mostly-purple coloration. It feeds on nectar that both feeds it and allows it to create honey inside it's synthesis sack and feed it to it's young.
  • Roid- Large predatory centipedes that have long flat tails, 6 powerful legs, poisonous incisors with retractable teeth that act like stingers, and armored backs. They are well-known predatory insectoids on many insect worlds. They come in 40 different species across the AUU.
  • Skargon- A large scorpion-like creature that has 6 crooked and toed legs for quick bursts of speed, long tails which inject a venom filled with toxins that burn the nervous system and agitates sensitive body areas, and an enzyme that weakens bodily functions and slowly paralyzes and even kills the victim. They possess two arms, two being spiny pincers and the other two meant to hold prey around it's mouth for eating.
  • Scorpiopteryx- A large scorpion-tailed fly with large wings and spiked pincers. They are deadly in a group.
  • Scoutfly- A large wasp the size of a bird. They are scavengers, preferring to eat only dead animals. Their wings are as large as a bird's wing, and their red and orange coloration shows predators that their body can secrete a poison when it dies.
  • Skullfly- A fly that is named after it's skull-shaped face. It is known for eating spiders by mimicking a trapped bug, luring the spider to it, and spraying it with an acidic substance.
  • Sakamite- An ant-like creature which resembles ant-crickets. They are brood parasites which are easily able to penetrate ant nests and trick their queens into developing a larva of it's species. That larva would eventually learn from soldiers how to fight it's way out of the colony when the ants recognize it to not be one of them upon maturity. Then the process starts all over again.
  • Snatchfly- A kind of robberfly which is known for it's long sticky proboscis that acts like a frog's tongue and snatches anything it can catch. It is omnivorous, eating both plants and other insects.
  • Scarrap- A colonial ant-like earwig which commonly feeds on ants. They are known aggressive creatures that will eat any ant they can find, and it will defend itself with it's pincer rear.
  • Sandiket- A burrowing insect related to cricket-like insects. They are commonly found in sandy dunes and prairies digging up edible organisms within the ground. They have 4 limbs, the frontal ones useful for digging, and have a long abdomen.
  • Sprybon- A scorpion-like insect that is capable of spraying it's deadly hemotoxic venom from it's nozzle-like stinger like a spitting cobra. There are over 17 species all across the AUU.
  • Staggris- Eusocial mantis-like creatures that hunt in groups, using poisonous claws and bites to impale prey.
  • Scorpodyd- A centipede-like scorpion that has 10 legs, a long slender body, a bushy-like tail with pincers barbed with their natural venom, army-ant-like mandibles barbed with poisonous spikes, and are very aggressive.
  • Spiddant- Predatory eusocial arachnids from Uridia that come in dozens of different castes, are good at genetic manipulation to a certain degree, having workers that provide for the colony, soldiers that defend the colony, gyros that can do the jobs of both workers and soldiers, and the queen and king that sexually and asexually reproduce, which are how they can genetically diversify, among other castes. They have 4 legs, soft glowing abdomens used to distinguish the caste itself, armored heads, and have the ability to absorb any element and effectively use it against a threat.
  • Scorder- A parasitic arthropod with a spider-like body, but a scorpion tail-like sac, with a stinger that actually sucks blood or sap from whatever it sticks into, inflating it's body sac and satisfying it for the day. They come in 600 different species across the AUU.
  • Seatherplex- An aquatic spider that creates waterproof webbing to trap different kinds of prey within. They are black and white, flourescent, and very deadly.
  • Solifome- A travelling arthropod that cannot produce webbing, but is still a formidable predator to other bugs. They have an additional pair of hairy legs that jettison poisonous hairs and act as seizing chelicerae to drag food into it's mouth. They come in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Spindker- A spider-like amblypygid with a fuzzy tail on it's abdomen used for buzzing off predators and for brushing off in it's hive. They are solitary hunters that kill with a spray of venom, which also acts as a digestive acid which it sucks back up again.
  • Skrok- A large predatory long-legged beetle with four legs, two tentacle-like arms, six head frills, and weed-like chelicerae.
  • Sperlf- A predatory webless spider with four legs, four-jawed mouths, and two long smelling antennae arms.
  • Stingfly- A fly with the toothed proboscii with it's blizzer relative, also has a stinging tail.
  • Tankle- A large green beetle with a durable body to the point where it's like a walking rock that can't be stepped on.
  • Tripreson- A species of triple-fanged spiders that are the size of an average human hand. Like some venomous spiders, Triple-fanged spiders use their venom to paralyze prey much larger than theirselves. Then, after the prey is paralyzed, the rest of the spider colony chow down on the prey.
  • Tavithan- A large scorpion-like creature and evolutionary cousin to the Skorgon which is known to be a hardly-challenged predator on various insect worlds. Their sting venom contains the deadly nanovirus and can be fatal, they are agile as they use 6 crooked and toed legs to leap short distances, they display four arms, 2 with massive pincers that can sever anything it snaps, and two shorter ones that it can use to hold objects firmly with it's mouth. They are liquivores, as in they only eat meat when it is liquefied, such as when it uses it's venom.
  • Torquillzimite- A red mantis-like humanoid termite with a lethal poisonous stinger. These creatures build their homes underground, and have an advanced caste system.
  • Terrapede- An armed centipede with a bizarre life cycle. They start off as an ant-like larva, and grow into a worm-like pupa, and finally becomes an armed centipede as an adult. These creatures are capable of digging tunnels in the ground at a quick speed, and surprising their prey from above.
  • Toxollege- A bombardier-beetle-like insect that has a similar chemical weapon, only elaborated widely. It can display it's 2 fire-colored translucent pairs of wings to warn a predator to back off. If it fails, it will use a chemical reaction inside it's bioluminescent chamber-like abdomen to release a spray of superheated chemicals that can irritate and burn the predator and inflict a wound that can be easily infected. It can fly vast distances, and females, which have golden-colored heads, need at least one mate to make her pregnant for the rest of her life.
  • Trapfly- A large terrestrial owlfly-like insect that is commonly known for building different types of traps based upon the species that are meant to trap prey in various ways. It has 4 large broad translucent wings, has a moth-like mane, 6 legs, 2 grabbing limbs, and long antennae.
  • Teersus- A large solitary predatory termite that has deadly poisonous claws and teeth, multiple legs, tentacle-like chelicerae, an armored back, and large ounces of muscle within it's system. They come in 26 different species across the AUU.
  • Tooler- An ant-like creature that has multiple legs that have a specific tool for every caste, being among the most efficient social insects in the AUU, coming in over 5,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Talloker- A spider-like tick that has a flourescent red sac on it's back, as well as two structures on it's rear, and feeds off of blood, and uses the two structures on it's back to attack those who disturb it. They come in 61 different species across the AUU.
  • Uricon- A species of whip scorpion with a spiky hide and poisonous spikes on it's whip-like tail.
  • Vuminoth- Large moth-like insectoids with vicious talons, large wings, and a long neck. They are red and white in coloration, and their intelligence is above average.
  • Vaxx- A longhorn beetle which is notable for it's crest-like structures on it's forehead that it uses for smell. It is a terrestrial bug that, while it is capable of flight, prefers to stay on the ground hidden inside grass.
  • Varid- A eusocial wasp-like insectoid from Uridia that lives in giant hives, possess corrosive stingers, have 2 pairs of wings and wing cases, stand on 4 slender legs, stand up to 2 meters tall, and are able to evolve themselves into different castes and mutate through cocoons. They are very hostile when disturbed, and they can hunt very efficiently.
  • Volanpede- A flat centipede-like insect noted for it's ability to glide long distances. They are commonly found in rainforests and high-elevated areas consuming the pollen and nectar of high-elevated flowers.
  • Vorago- A patriarchal moth-like insect that has the coloration of a butterfly that can easily light up in a flash to scare off nocturnal predators. Most of the dozens of species are covered in vast amounts of hairs, and the males are larger and the live-baring gender through a pouch, and eat their female mates after mating, laying up to 130 eggs 10 days later.
  • Veeper- A house-centipede-like bug that has 20 pairs of legs, can skitter very fast, and can deliver a bite venom that can cause irritation to the skin, but nothing fatal. They have two long tail-like structures on their ends, and much shorter antennae on their heads.
  • Vacuumorm- A space-faring tardigrade that is known for dwelling in any habitable sector of space, and doesn't need air, as it is entirely depending on the food and water found in it's territory. It dies when it is ready to reproduce, as it is a genderless creature that goes into a 10-year hibernation immune to any form of danger, and upon the end of it's life cycle, it spread over a hundred eggs all across space as it dies after bursting open to lay them. The eggs land anywhere, and the babies themselves can survive long periods without nurturing.
  • Vellont- A large ant with compound eyes and poisonous bites.
  • Woath- A predatory moth which is a dangerous night-hunter that can kill and strike from their black camouflaged hives and digest anything it targets. Though it's prime prey is smaller insects which includes other relatives, it has fed on carcasses, and it has poisonous saliva that spread bacteria that will allow it and it's kin to claim food for it's own.
  • Warmper- A diurnal urban moth with larvae that only feed at night to avoid predators, and don't eat upon adulthood. They are a heraldic animal for being a very resilient insect.
  • Xacimite- A spider-like termite that has acidic sprayers on their mouths that allow them to cover it's prey with digestive acid, making it lethal when in a swarm. A swarm of these creatures can digest it's prey from the inside out. They create nests that can be from the size of an average termite nest to the size of a school bus.
  • Xylomite- A monstrous termite with rotating teeth that can burrow through anything. They cause millions of dollars worth of property damage, and sometimes hangs around Terabeavers.
  • Xacker- A genetically-bred species of wasp-like insects that are used on multiple insectoid/average worlds as a weapon. These ruthless creatures are bred to attack anything that disturbs their nests, possessing stingers that cause hallucinations, and if injected too much, death. They are banned on hundreds of worlds for their hostility, and some worlds have been abandoned due to accidental release of these creatures.
  • Zewinfly- One of the AUU versions of dragonflies. These creatures are different from dragonflies for the non-venomous stinger on their abdomens, their wings are often colorful, and they have 8 legs.
  • Zar- A spider-like insect which is large and instead of a web, it creates a translucent wall of goo which functions as well as a web. This structure is much stronger than a web, and even creatures that are capable of escaping common webs are unable to escape it.
  • Zee- A honeybee-like insect that has an elaborate amount of gourmet, and produces not just honey, and has a wider amount of castes and pollination methods. Workers caretake the hive and do odd jobs, soldiers defend the hive and colony with a highly-powerful venom that causes shocking sensations and agonizing pain, thieves steal the honey from other pollinating insects, scavengers seek out any other form of food including meat and plant material, bloaters are meant to take water and allow workers to carry it's immobile body back to the hive, scouts watch out for intruders of even their own species and barricade the hive entrance, brewers use the collected material and produce a wide variety of food with even a heating ability to cook the food and make it more digestable, drones not only impregnate the queen, but also leave the hive to impregnate other queens, and the queen herself, which is as big as a locust, runs the hive. The hive itself is as big as an apartment, and contains various different mechanisms. The nectar from the workers are processed into honeycombs, the stolen food from the thief caste are stored in very different honeycombs, the collected food from scavengers, which can be at any size as they can work together like ants, are put inside an open storage chamber awaiting retrieval by brewers, the water collected from bloaters is used to supply a larger honeycomb called a watercomb, and the brewers utilize the resources inside a large kitchen-like chamber to create an endless amount of gourmet. They have algae chambers illuminated in the sun through gummed-up holes where they use collected water in the watercomb to irrigate and nurture the algae for consumption, there are cookcombs that are heated by brewers upon using the collected ingridients to create a wide variety of foods that are kept fresh or frozen inside either heatcombs or icecombs, there are nursery combs connected to the queen's chamber that deliver larvae to a desired location around the hive, and there are even farms where other insects are raised for their meat and other edible products. There's even large building-like mounds inside the hive containing honeycombs that are each where each individual can rest, or hibernate during the winter season. There are over 72 different species all across the AUU, and not all of them take very well to being disturbed.
  • Zocmofly- A giant griffinfly-like creature that consumes bugs or animals smaller than itself, having multiple mates and broods to take care of and provide for, coming in dozens of different species across the AUU.
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  • Megafly- A giant dragonfly that has a tail with stingers on the bottom, six legs, and comes in hundreds of different species.
  • M-Lucus- A giant mantis that takes the niche of raptors on many worlds introduced all around the AUU including USRA space, and they possess an opposable digit on their arms, allowing them to grip objects and use tools, but it possesses a level of hunting human-like intelligence that allows them to trick their prey, set traps, hunt in coordinated formations, and even communicate through some kind of dialect.

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  • Schper- A twelve-legged giant spider with large intelligence, six arms long enough to have it walk and have opposable digits, while the other six are on the chest. They use their thick webbing to swing across it's setting and seize it's prey.
  • Scoepon- A club-stingered poison-pincered scorpion that comes in 60 species across UIS space.
  • Scrime- A spider with scorpion claws. They come in 8000 species across UIS space.

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Other Land Arthropods

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  • Aricore- An alien pelagic crustacean with a soft transparent aqua-green body underneath durable armor. They possess deadly pincers, a rough armored head, and antennae nostrils.
  • Armopede- A terrestrial isopod with an armosis ability to fire blasts of high-velocity acid, a back flap for mating, and very tough armor. Mainly native to Outishra, they were initially bred as attack creatures and thus went feral as one of the planet's new forms of fauna.
  • Buzom- A fly-like shrimp that can be found on many worlds across the AUU filling the niche of flying insects. They are easy predators that hunt down anything small enough for them.
  • Cannalirech- A giant carnivorous xeno-arthropod that has a bioluminescent back, sharp claws, a regenerative womb-abdomen that gives birth to over 60 individuals, has 8 clawed legs, and lives in an entire community. A fertile female is impregnated by 6 drones, as the reproductive abdomen contains 6 separate egg sacs that can contain over 10 babies each. The abdomen is regenerative and will heal in a week upon giving birth. These 60 babies will form a tribe of random castes of workers and soldiers until they all complete their life cycle and become a fertile drone that leaves their mother to not only let her get impregnated by more drones to build a new community, but her drones go off to find other females to impregnate as they will die upon fertilizing the mate. Females, on the other hand, don't leave to do the same, but go to build a secluded home before offering herself to other drones. These creatures are somewhat semi-sentient, but are incapable of speech, but have self-awareness and a temporary fully-loyal colony that looks out for each other, defending themselves from predators who wish to eat them before they become fully matured. They come in 9 different species across the AUU.
  • Cacon- A giant ant-like crustacean that is very territorial, lives on both land and sea, is normally very flourescent, is omnivorous, and will fight anything off, and is not very happy with intruders even if they are harmless.
  • Cwerme'- A species of subterranean xenocrustaceans from Uridia that have 4 pincer arms, long worm-like back bodies, and hundreds of legs.
  • Crosh- A giant xenoinsectoid native to the Jalladome System that has 4 poison-toothed jaws, a furry back, 6 legs, a long crusty tail with a pincer of small poisonous barbs, and is essentially a bear to the Jalladomeons.
  • Cringmite- A large terrestrial crab-like xenocrustacean that has 4 large legs, two small clawed arms, a spiny carapace, a jaw-like mouth and stalky eyes. They are mainly native to Outishra and have an intelligence of it's own.
  • Gerrox- A xenoinsect known for being powerful survivors and are cosmopolitan creatures infamous for being very large, are equally-resistant to radiation, have a tail stinger that injects not just hemotoxin, but also sperm during their war-mating dances, they have vestigial wings used more for adequate display and frightening off predators, they can grow back missing body parts albeit slowly unless it's the head, and their claws have poisonous hairs that also inject their hemotoxin, and are also amphibious.
  • Gromm- A giant terrestrial earwig-like crustaceans with four legs, two small pincer arms, large poisonous mandibles, and two back poisonous prongs on the rear. Mainly native to Outishra, they have enough intelligence to avoid or defend against any obstacle and in groups.
  • Rilch- A trilobite that can be found on both land and sea across many worlds, taking the niche of cockroaches. They are equally-difficult pests that can withstand expansive amounts of radioactivity, and come in hundreds of different species across the AUU.
  • Scoroe- A heralded sapient insectoid with a long slender scorpion tail with a hemotoxic sting, hair-like bushes on their backs, a skeletal-like structure, and are omnivorous, yet very hostile.
  • Trilber- An insect-like horseshoe crab that can be found on many worlds, evolving the same niche as insects on many worlds, capable of living on both land and sea. There are over a hundred species across the AUU.
  • Ves- A bee-like crustacean that was once a shrimp but became a pollinating aerial creature with powerful yet loud wings, a red and black coloration to mark it's poisonous body, 11 eyes, 10 legs, and toothed jaw-like chelicerae. They come in 54 different species across the AUU.
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  • Morth- A large moth with colorful neon-blue glowing wings that glows more in the night, and has four legs.

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  • Toxofly- A large fly that has six legs, multiple arm-like limbs on it's upper sides, large wings, and a body that can expand and launch a corrosive acid for self-defense.

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Sea Arthropods

Crustaceans

Crustaceans are just like the insects of the AUU, but instead of chitin, they're made of calcium carbonate, which is harder, and the exoskeleton has two layers, one being gelatinous to protect the softer fleshy internals, as crustaceans are primitive arthropods.

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  • Aee- A dinocaridid with a spine-like tail and armored head, dozens of fins, and hairy structures used for smell.
  • Arrowton- A shrimmk that has a straight boomerang-shaped head, two frontal thin arms with claws for seizing and capturing, a long flipper-like tail, short legs for walking on the sea floor, eyes underneath the boomerang-like carapace, and fin-like structures on the sides of the carapace for swimming.
  • Briska- A species of coconut crab that spends most of it's time on land. They have 4 large claws, and very in size or color depending upon the species.
  • Buceler- A giant terrestrial predatory crab that has pincers that are designed to impale prey. They hide in hidden secluded areas and wait for an opportunity to use them.
  • Burrimp- A scud amphipod with horizontal back rudder legs used for swimming and digging, legs bases with glands that produce cementing secretion, and catches prey through a tube-like sand trap in the ground.
  • Camamn- A hermit crab that has no shell, but instead fuses it's own back to a grounded invertebrate.
  • Croop- A crab with 3-fingered opposable pincers.
  • Crokton- A planktonic lobster/trilobite-like crustacean and one of the earliest xenofauna of the AUU, coming in a thousand different species like trilobites do.
  • Cephstace- A cephalopod-like crustacean similar to Subnautica Crabsquids that mimics cephalopods to avoid predators vulnerable to bite venom, or lure in actual cephalopods.
  • Crammick- A large shrimmk that has a pointed snout, a long tail, two large back flipper-like legs for swimming, 4 frontal arms for seizing prey, 4 chelicerae, 3 structures on it's sides, and spines on it's back.
  • Crypoth- A spiked red and yellow crab with the ability to blend into it's surroundings with it's distinctive color. They have poisonous spikes that it could use to defend itself like a porcupine.
  • Crawkle- A species of crayfish capable of swimming with their paddle-like legs. They have large claws, compound eyes, and a yellow coloration.
  • Crabbler- A species of crab that has 8 legs, 2 razor-sharp pincers which are designed like thorns to impale prey. They have the ability to see colors that are not visible to us, and they come in different colors depending upon the species.
  • Cruscimp- An Anomalocaris-like predatory crustacean which swims across certain ocean worlds across the AUU. They are noted for their compound eye stalks, their spiny-tentacled mouths, and their poisonous spines.
  • Cea- A small crustacean that has 10 sharp legs, an armored rotund shell that is fused to the back, and eyes that are good for sight, yet cannot distingush shape. They come in 8,700 different species across the AUU.
  • Centiflobe- A large aquatic centipede-like crustacean that has 18 flippers, large chelicerae, spiked flippers, and a long crusty body. They come in 615 different species across the AUU.
  • Cleaneryd- A small colorful eurypterid that acts like a cleaner shrimp, cleaning up parasites and other filth from larger creatures as a food source. They come in 115 different species across the AUU.
  • Crale- A large hermit crab-like creature with large stalk eyes, a mouth with chelicerae that act like teeth, a swirling shell, and durable armor. They come in 48 different species across the AUU.
  • Creecock- A colorful crab-like creature that has colored spots on it's top body, small eye stalks, thin pincers, and two colorful-spotted back legs that can flare up in display with colorful glowing hairs, and it uses this to attract mates. They come in 75 different species across the AUU.
  • Eiroce- A large pelagic lobster that has a wide straight boomerang-like tail flipper, a shark-like back fin, small legs, large powerful pincers, and are powerful predators.
  • Elcre- A crustaceous spider-like crab with 4 legs, and have bizarre electrical abilities. Because of lack of eyes or ears, they sense their environment through electrical senses like electroreception, and use an electrical attack to kill it's prey, using a tentacle-like tongue to consume it.
  • Fimpe- A large shrimp that has 8 legs, 4 facial fin-like chelicerae and 4 normal chelicerae, 2 large colorful fins on it's middle, and a colorful tail fin, and long feelers on their faces. They are colorful crustaceans that use their vibrant color patches to attract mates. They come in 54 different species across the AUU.
  • Feathfuce- A centipede-like dinocaridid with hundreds of swimming legs and smelling hairy structures.
  • Gork- A silver isopod that has evolved to propel itself in the water with rudder-like legs, as well as a long spined flippered tail. They can even curl up into a ball like a pillbug.
  • Gerbit- A species of hermit crab with bizarre-shaped shells. The shape of the shells depend upon the species, and the crabs themselves rely on these shells for protection.
  • Isomite- A eusocial isopod that forms ant/termite-like colonies underwater by using specialized glands to make it even underwater, having workers, soldiers, and queens to operate the hives. They come in over 10,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Inster- A regenerative lobster similar to a cockroach in resilience, a crusty finless tail, and bristly toothed chelicerae.
  • Jrin- A bioluminescent crab-like lobster with 2 large back flippers as well as two side flippers. They were quadrupeds, standing on two legs, along with 2 more limbs with large spiked pincers.
  • Kogigen- A kind of eurypterid-like crab that has poisonous venom stored deep in it's spiny pinchers. Get too close to this creature, they will poison you with it's lethal claws.
  • Larab- A long-legged crab with muscular claws and legs that are linked around the upper areas and act like fins.
  • Loepion- A predatory lobster that acts like a scorpion without a stinger.
  • Macrane- A species of mantis shrimp with claws with opposable thumbs. They have various colors depending on the species. They have limited swimming speed, but makes up for it with poisonous spines.
  • Megaclaw- A kind of spined fiddler crab. Males have a distinct large spiked claw used for combat, courtship, and defense.
  • Narvacle- A type of barnacle with bizarre colorations depending upon the species. They are filter feeders, and suck tiny plankton into their various holes. Some other species use large feathery limbs to catch tiny plankton.
  • Opeed- A fish-like pelagic crustacean that can hunt actively and it's fish-like disguise has many uses.
  • Otinopod- An isopod-like horseshoe crab with a flexible paddle-like tail, long spiked legs, and a tough shell. They were also filter-feeders.
  • Omcomb- A horseshoe crab-like crustacean that has a straight boomerang-shaped head, two pincers underneath, 6 legs, 2 flipper-like legs, and a large fish-like crusty flipper. They are filter feeders and scavengers that can be found in many worlds on the sea floor. They come in 85 different species across the AUU.
  • Pisceck- A fish-like shrimmk that has a fish-like back dorsal fin, 8 flipper-like legs underneath it, a long flipper-like tail, and a pointed head with long arms in the front to act like chelicerae.
  • Prill- A species of krill with a magenta coloration, small pincers, and many short paddle-shaped legs.
  • Pischomp- A fish-like shrimp that has evolved sparsely. They have spiny fin-like limbs, large-segmented bodies, fish-like fins, an armored head with compound eyes, 4 chelicerae, and two tentacle-like tongues for grabbing prey and dragging it into their mouths.
  • Pelthis- A large mantis-shrimp-like crustacean with powerful sight and smell, oar-like hairy abdominal legs, trap legs covered with thorns to catch prey, live in homes it builds itself, the females bear eggs on their abdominal legs, and possess lightning fast catching reflexes.
  • Pister- A fish-like dinocaridid that has a spine-like body, a tail fin, fish-like fins, a primitive jaw system, and compound eyes.
  • Qlobster- The AUU lobster that has 4 antennae, thorny rough skin, comes in different colors depending upon the species, have tails with furry bottom, and has 6-8 legs, being a delicacy to many worlds across the AUU.
  • Racuscean- A giant predatory pelagic crab that has massive 3-fingered claws, bioluminescent and transparent flippers, and a prehensile fingered tail. Evolving from eurypterids, this is an apex predator on many worlds.
  • Ranthis- An alien-like mantis shrimp that has the ability to display color-changing structures around their bodies to both scare predators, and attract mates. Their mating rituals are often very dangerous to each other.
  • Rangster- A pelagic crustacean related to horseshoe crab-like creatures with a boomerang-like head, furry chelicerae, a back tail flipper, four back fins, six walking legs, and a filter feeder.
  • Rivacore- A lobster with a bulkier tail, and pincers that became chelicerae.
  • Runch- A crab that replaced it's pincers with fists or clubs.
  • Shrimmk- Tiny shrimp-like creatures that evolved from tiny crabs. They eat only algae, and the many sea fruits that grow under the sea of their alternate world.
  • Sawkton- A shrimmk that formed a sawshark/eurypterid-like niche on certain worlds with no fish, going to the sea floor to filter-feed, and go upwards to feed on meat. It has a long spear-like barbed nose, a long flat vertical tail for paddling, 2 short arms on it's face with claws and act like chelicerae, two long spider-like middle legs for walking and seizing, and two back flippered legs for sensing and swimming.
  • Seafly- A crustacean related distantly to eurypterids that glide across the ocean with haired wing-like flippers. They come in hundreds of different species across the AUU.
  • Sneck- A snake-like shrimmk that has a long eel-like segmented tail, a small body with spider-like legs, four chelicerae, two pincer arms, and an upper carapace.
  • Shrimlek- An eel-like shrimmk that has a long slender eel-like tail, has no legs, is a pelagic swimmer, and has 4 chelicerae for eating.
  • Sanderk- A snake-like crustacean that takes the niche of snakes or worms on many worlds.
  • Santhis- A mantis-like crustacean which evolved from shimp-like creatures, dwelling the ocean floor looking for smaller crustaceans, and even consuming harmful parasites from larger creatures.
  • Siarch- A bottom-dwelling dinocaridid that filter feeds and comes in many colors, tentacle-like chelicerae, and armadillo-like armor.
  • Swibster- A relative of the shrimmk that is mostly bottom-dwelling, having four rudder legs with filter feeding hairs, eight walking legs under a shell lined with hairs, a shelled head and four antennae for smelling.
  • Tetraca- A crab noted for having 4 pincers instead of two. This is for extra defense from predators and for easier burrowing.
  • Trilbipede- A centipede-like trilobite that scavenges on the sea floors of it's homes, defends with venomous bites that cause extreme pain, and come in 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Taiiliice- A horseshoe-crab-like crustacean that has a large armored back, a long crusty tail tipped with a poisonous stinger, it has 12 legs and 4 pincers, and has fuzzy rears. They come in 4 different species across the AUU.
  • Tuke- A pelagic lobster-like crustacean with 2 long and 2 short feelers on it's face, large pincers, 6 walking legs, 4 swimming legs, an armored back, and a hairy tail flipper. They are very common crustaceans all over the AUU, and come in over 6,000 different species.
  • Tackru- A lobster-like isopod with an armored back, twelve legs, and many-clawed pincers used more for stabbing and punching.
  • Vricimp- A small shrimp with long appendages, small pincers, salmon coloration, 6 eyes, and alien-like antennae.
  • Wedlo- A pelagic lobster with a glider-like shell head, bristly antennae, two small and two large chelicerae, compound eyes, six walking legs, and a multi-finned swimming tail.
  • Yetum- A species of yeti crab with shiny hairy legs which are also stingers. They use this ability to protect it from predators.
  • Zurigoh- A crab with distinct 3-fingered pincers. They are small but they are no pushovers. They have lethal venomous fangs as well as a spiked shell.
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Other Sea Arthropods

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  • Aracra- A crab-like aquatic spider with small pincer chelicerae, swimming back legs, and webs dense enough to keep form underwater.
  • Crogitin- A species of long millipede-like trilobite that evolved from the long surviving trilobites from the Ordovician Period 350 mya. They became very long creatures with a lethal and paralyzing venom. They were filter feeders that lived on the sea floor.
  • Chericon- A species of trilobite that evolved from creatures similar to the Cheirurus. They look exactly like the creature, but has a spiked back, 4 paddle-shaped clawed legs, and 8 eyes.
  • Euyporon- A eurypterid-like arthropod that can navigate much faster on land and water very easily. They come in various different species and forms across the AUU, and often take the niche of insects.
  • Gigirim- A whale-sized aquatic arthropod similar to Cambrian arthropods, only it has a whale-like coloration, 6 wing-like fins, and multiple chelicerae. It feeds on anything it can fight and kill, and it uses an organic radar system to locate it's prey.
  • Nagapod- A species of spiked trilobite with paddle-like limbs used for swimming through the sea. They also have 4 large antennae used for smelling the sea floor for food.
  • Natyoella- An aquatic arthropod evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Marrella. They are excellent swimmers, and have hard shells.
  • Pycnopod- A type of sea spider with a spiked body, 8 spiked legs, 2 pincers, a long lobster tail, and 4 eyes. They cannot swim, but they can crawl along underwater surfaces.
  • Scorqaze- A eurypterid-like scorpion with deadly claws, powerful venom, and vicious fangs. They can grow to be the size of a capybara, It evolved from actual eurypterids, which have been capable of surviving the Ordovician Mass Extinction, as well as other extinction events. The result: an intelligent sea scorpion with wits, cunning, and viciousness.
  • Spinath- A large aquatic lobster-like scorpion with a long tail covered with poisonous spikes that can inflict major trauma to anything it touches. These creatures can swim like a eurypterid, and are extremely grotesque.
  • Seapion- A semi-aquatic scorpion that crawls on the sea floor hunting ground-dwelling aquatic animals, and using it's powerful hemotoxic venom to kill it's prey and consume it. They have 8 legs, a long flexible stinging tail, and an armored back. They appear onto the shores of land to mate.
  • Seay- An amphibious scorpion-like creature that hunts smaller creatures, evolving from Brontoscorpio-like creatures, and coming in 51 different species across the AUU.
  • Yithite- A type of aquatic cockroach that has taken life underwater. They have evolved large lobster claws, 6 paddle-shaped legs, a lobster-like tail, and it's wings have turned into large transparent flippers used for steering.
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Birds

Land Birds

Aerial Birds

Birds of the AUU, like those in the OUU, evolved from dromaeosaur dinosaurs. But in the AUU, since dinosaurs were commonplace, more than the dromaeosaurs became birds, but the aerial birds all evolved from the dromaeosaur family because of their lightweight bodies, though it depends on exoplanetary climate. They also retained the ability to grow feathers and fur, have teeth underneath their beaks, more elaborate wing anatomy, and eggs that had internal egg sacs.

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  • Aftlong- A giant pterosaur-like bird that has large pterosaur/bat-like wings, having over a 15ft wingspan, have males that come in large colorations and an inflatable red sac, and commonly fill the niche of pterosaurs on multiple worlds.
  • Aqeala- A nocturnal cave-dwelling bioluminescent passerine that has an aquamarine coloration, has brightly-colored eyes, and they glow to signal each other and lure anything they can stomach into their nest.
  • Akkaves- Akkaves is a species of small reptilian-like birds that eat plants. They have thick feathery wings which allow them to fly through the air at 50 mph. It even has a razor-sharp beak which it uses to dart into it's target. Then it swallows the fruit whole. This bird is also known to be deadly when in a flock.
  • Andane- A crane-like bird with red-to-yellow-faced heads, spotted feathers, and had flat wings for making a shade in the water to attract fish and scoop them up.
  • Aellera- A small carnivorous falcon with black and white feathers, a 250 cm wingspan, and large jagged claws that can tear a gaping wound in even the biggest of predators. Males are smaller than females.
  • Astrey- A type of osprey with different kinds of colorations depending upon the species. They are omnivorous, they can catch fish very quickly and evade predators quickly.
  • Arviture- A vulture-like bird that dwells in savannas, deserts, and other dry climates scavenging for rotten carrion. There are two convergent species: The Sun-Bathing Arviture, which cools it's body with golden wing membranes, and the Grassland Arviture, which has average feathered wings and doesn't need any temperature regulation. Both these species are noted for tan, white, tan-white, and black feathers, and a golden face.
  • Afrobird- Small passerine birds named for their afro-like head feathers. They are adequate, though not expert flyers, though they are very agile on their feet and happily run around in the vegetation. They are noisy and sociable birds, normally found in small flocks. Primarily herbivores, they feed on berries and seeds, though they will take insects and other invertebrates when the opportunity offers itself. Nests are made of twigs and placed low in the vegetation. The young are born altricial, naked and helpless, and feed on regurgitated fruit and insects for about 4 weeks, by which time they are able to fly and forage for themselves. The parent birds have the curious habit of kicking violently at predators that attempt to steal eggs or chicks. Courtship generally involves fluttering the wings to display the bright colors, raising and lowering the crest and flicking the tail, followed by the male bringing a food offering to the female. Interestingly, the colors with which the males display are unique to this group.
  • Arrowbird- A pitta-like bird which is known for stabbing smaller birds and insects like an arrow. They are very cautious creatures, and will peck whatever comes too close.
  • Armybird- A bird similar to the hummingbird. They fly in large flocks of 300-804, and live inside hives. They are easy to tame, and they are nice to keep as pets.
  • Blubee- A blue pitta-like passerine that inhabit wet forests and congregate in large groups, and are essentially AUU bluebirds.
  • Beber- A predatory marine mallard with a yellow head tuft, large orange feet, and a sharp beak that can dive for fish actively.
  • Biradon- A small pterosaur-like bird that has large migrations and complex flock patterns found on multiple dinosaur worlds and in 1089 species.
  • Bugbird- A hummingbird-like bird which evolved from penguins. They have large transparent wings that look like that of a bug or an alien, and beats much faster than a hummingbird. They sip nectar from plants, and sometimes have a taste for the juices inside fruits.
  • Bustoose- A large dark-yellow and dull green terrestrial goose that lives in drylands, and has limited flight due to it's heavy weight. It also has the ability to run as fast as an ostrich.
  • Battubird- A bat-like bird which evolved from penguins. They had orange beaks with a brown crest on the top of it, and it can see in the dark, and are not far-travelers since they had no sonar.
  • Blueeye- A blue-eyed crow which uses it's fluorescent blue eyes to attract blue-streaked females. They are not as much pests as crows are, yet they have been known to make messes in metropolitan areas when feeding.
  • Blaxy- A long-necked predatory bird descended from crow-like birds that acts like a heron in the summer, hunting fish, and in the winter, it hunts small rodents in their dens.
  • Breevin- A small heron-like bird that is commonly known for it's lack of motion sickness, which allows it to dangle above rivers on branches to catch food, even upside-down. They cannot fly as much as glide across large gaps and small small boosts of lift.
  • Browd- An eagle-sized predatory crow with a reddish beak and legs.
  • Botata- A green bat-winged egret that can camouflage in it's marsh setting.
  • Bombarbird- A small hummingbird-like pollinating bird that is actually related to petrel-like birds. It's nostrils contain a defense mechanism where it mixes chemicals and causes a reaction that allow it to spray a harmful blast at any predator that tries to eat it.
  • Blaybard- A large eagle-like bird that evolved from birds-of-paradise that are colorful, and have a tail with long tufted feathers on the sides. The females possess these, and the males can mold it's feathers to have an intense coloration to prepare it for mating rituals, and have smaller long feathers on the sides of their tails than the females. There are 54 species spread out across the AUU.
  • Belda- A yellow-colored chickadee which has straight feathers on it's head that form a crest. They are curious creatures that will often approach people as cautiously as possible.
  • Crimsit- A manakin-like bird commonly similar to the crimson-hooded manakin, yet has sharp feather structures on it's tail, which can flare colorful red feathers to attract the structureless females.
  • Cardial- A cardinal noted for having an entirely-red male and a female with the same coloration as a red-crested cardinal, being a common bird on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Cary- A yellow canary-like bird that have males that are extremely flourescent to attract their dim-yellow females. They are very plentiful on many worlds and come in swarms of thousands, being extremely social.
  • Cyge- A swan-like bird that can be found in any humid or cascading environments, and have bird-of-paradise tail feathers, being known in mythology to be the birds of love, spreading love every Esonity Day.
  • Clossey- A blue passerine which has brightly-blue males and gray, white, and blue-spotted females, and they diversify their genetics by migrating to multiple colonies across the many worlds they inhabit to where they stowaway on spaceships. They are passive birds and are often times too curious among sentient beings since they inadvertently help them diversify.
  • Cack- A black-and-red cardinal that, despite having opposite color schemes, minus the red head, has a blended appearance of a red-headed bluebill. They evolved convergently from it's relative the cardial.
  • Colinch- A finch-like bird similar to the orange-winged pytilia that has very intense coloration for both genders as to attract each other. They can flare up structures with more intense color, perform a mating dance, and mate to produce eggs. They are common in ranforest or regular forest ecosystems around the AUU.
  • Colonybird- A kind of pollinating robin which is known for living in hive-like nests in colonies. They also have caste systems consisting of weavers (which repair and regulate the nest), guardians (which defend the nest with their bizarre and sharp beaks), harvesters (which transport nectar to the nest), and scouts (which lead the harvesters on searching for spots to harvest nectar). Their queen leads the nest and lays eggs when fertilized by it's guardian mate.
  • Corm- A species of cormorant-like creatures which don't feed on meat, but instead eats the washed-up sea plants on beaches. They eat the many sea fruits that wash up, and the salt from the water adds as a seasoning.
  • Collow- A crow-like bird that is noted for it's striped beak similar to that of the Stripebill. In fact, it's a brood parasite which lays it's eggs in a Stripebill's nest and allows them to raise their young. Collows are smart creatures and are often considered pests for their damage to crops.
  • Chrobea- The AUU version of hornbills. They vary in color depending upon the species, and are completely omnivorous, eating either bugs or fruits.
  • Celestialbird- A jungle-native bird that possesses a short, sharply-curved bill, and a long, bristle-tipped tongue with which the lap nectar out of flowers. These pollinating birds are widely known for their brightly-colored wings and tails that are used for attracting mates and characterizing the genus of the thousands of species in the AUU. They feed on pollen and nectar, and pass what is left and caught on them throughout their habitat.
  • Cucon- A stork-like bird that dwells in swamps, and is noted for it's strong stomach acid that can easily kill bacteria and other parasites that could grow inside it. There are over 22 species across the AUU.
  • Crestbeak- A small passerine bird noted for it's large head crest going upward from the beak. They are commonly found in forests and consume fruits, seeds, and insects.
  • Citybird- A finch-like bird commonly found in cityscapes and/or woodlands and open forests, living in city-like colonies of 20 –to- 60 birds, giving them their names. The colonial structure is built in the branches of a tree or shrub and consists of a series of interconnected open cup/bowl-shaped mud structures covered in "roofs" of thatching. They come in three casts: serfs which do handy work, scouts which spot for trouble, and warbirds, which have sharp extensions on their beaks and use them as formidable weapons when defending the colonies. However, they are also used as "tongs" when moving eggs.
  • Diffla- A tropicbird-like bird which is known for having a sail-like tail like a bat, and having long wings. They range in color depending upon the species, and commonly eat fish and crustaceans.
  • Divvit- A small heron which hunt fish by hanging on perches upside-down and striking in the water. They are white with brown spots, and they have needle-like beaks.
  • Dack- A duck-like bird with a downward-beak used for feeding on aquatic legumes and plants. They can hold their breath underwater for 5 minutes looking for food.
  • Dordin- A duck-like sea bird which eats tiny fish and squid. Ranging in coloration, these birds are mainly distinguished for their large head crests that range in size and color.
  • Digeon- A dove with long decorative tail feathers.
  • Emlia- A passerine related to the cary and looks like the crested becard, but unlike the cary, this bird is not very social as they mate in a limited territory.
  • Eash- An agile passerine similar to the white-backed swallow, as they are very efficient, and among the best, at avoiding and outmaneuvering predators. They live in giant flocks and look out for each other by teasing a predator attempting to consume them.
  • Earroe- A sparrow-like bird with colorful beaks. Male beaks are striped like a puffin's and female beaks are one single color. They are very populated across various planets in the AUU, and are protected by law.
  • Ehrycon- A large kite-like predatory bird as big as an albatross. They are efficient hunters that can dive at a massive speed and strike with the force of a bullet. They have silvery feathers with black streaks, and they can agitate any predator in order to steal it's food.
  • Ereet- A bird closely related to parrot-like birds that commonly appear in outback worlds. They have red ridged beaks, random feather colorations depending upon the species, small sacs on their throats which they use for display and male-wrestling, and they are considered pests in some worlds, coming in dozens of species across the AUU.
  • Fenk- A stork as tall as a human with a brown body, white head, yellow legs, and a red beak with two spike crests on the top and bottom.
  • Flagwing- A social buzzard with wings that have red and white ends, serving as warning signals during scavenging.
  • Frip- A yellow-crested manakin-like robin that hangs out mainly in forests where it's green coloration allow it to blend in. They are very shy creatures as sentient beings have posed a danger to them.
  • Froo- A black red-bellied alien-like crow that feeds off of fruit, and tears up crops to get to them.
  • Firich- An orange wren-like bird that has an orange body, the males have fire-colored heads and bellies, and the females are pure orange. They like to hang out around worlds which have lightning storms that produce heat due to the high oxygen concentration of their worlds making air volatile, thus spreading bugs for them to eat. They even have mating dances in the fire.
  • Fefea- A banded wren-like passerine that can fly very fast like a hummingbird and avoid predators. The males have white-and-brown-striped bellies and brown backs, while the females are entirely white.
  • Footbill- A shoebill-like bird which has structures similar to a star-nosed mole which makes the beak itself look like a foot. They are commonly known for feeding on shellfish, crustaceans, and fish.
  • Falber- An ostrich-sized terrestrial bustard which is known to have an omnivorous lifestyle. They behave like bears, rarely attacking people, and mainly eat fish, berries, and worms.
  • Fisherbird- A miniature relative of herons that has a tan-and-black coloration, a black neck and head, orange legs, and most notably a white lure similar to that of an anglerfish's lure. They use this as a fishing tool to catch fish and feed on them.
  • Flaringbird- A hummingbird-like bird that is a pollinator that reproduces wildly and polygamously by using it's highly-attractive flaring colorful tails and it dances in super-fast flight cycles while mating.
  • Firmbeak- A forest-dwelling nutcracker-like bird which has a woodpecker's beak that is used for cracking open the strongest of nuts. They also feed on firm fruits and legumes.
  • Glero- A species of froo that looks like the bare-necked fruitcrow, only their head structures are chrome and flourescent.
  • Greeg- A honey-eating and pollinating passerine that is similar to MacGregor's honeyeater, only the male has large yellow head structures and yellow patterns on it's chest and wings to attract mates, while the female is entirely yellow with no head structures, and the two exchange honey and the honey with the best taste earns the mate's affection.
  • Gerfay- A species of pterosaur-like condor in the same family as the Harrathor, except it has gyrfalcon-like qualities including white and yellow feathers, a condor-like head and yellow crest, and it has the same kind of wings as the Harrathor and the same talons and leg membranes.
  • Grarrotine- A predatory hawk-like relative of the Grarrot. Being a bit larger, they are colorful creatures that blend into the colorful forests and attack smaller birds, including those of it's evolutionary ancestor. Unlike Grarrots, these creatures are too aggressive to be kept as pets.
  • Gvaaast- A large long-necked harpy eagle with a 4 meter wingspan and a weight of 14 kg. It is the Alternate version of the extinct Haast's Eagle of New Zealand. They retained their habitats, and became ruthless hunters. Their main food source was the Voa.
  • Gurve- A red-and-blue bushshrike-like bird which feeds on fruits and insects. They come in various species, and are widespread on almost every planet.
  • Gorebird- A large predatory vulture-like bird of prey with large bat-like wings, long stork-like razor-sharp talons, lion-like feathery manes, large flat tail feathers, and come in 6 different species. They are very violent predators that will kill anything they find edible.
  • Grarrot- A type of parrot-like bird which comes in many color varieties depending upon the species. They can be found in tropical jungles and rainforests.
  • Grarrotmawk- A small but heavily-built omnivorous bird that feeds on fruits and insects. They came in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Gharda- A terrestrial bird with reddish-purple legs, yellow faces with red crests, a white body, and a black upper neck. They are a commonly-occurring marsh bird that hunts for fish and eat freshwater fruits.
  • Ghuck- A duck-like bird that has a distinctive red head crest, and the males are much more colored than the entirely-white females. They came in 68 species across the AUU.
  • Harrathor- A species of pterosaur-like condors with bug-like wings. It has a wingspan of over 17 ft. In addition to the wing membranes it possesses membranes on its hind legs. Each of these is supported by a very long first toe, and is used to control the animal in flight.
  • Hairbird- A bird-of-paradise that has large long head feathers with fin-like red ends, useful for attraction, females have the same feathers on their tails.
  • Hasirge- A large pigeon with long striped tail feathers used as a mating ritual as well as to distract predators long enough for it to escape.
  • Hummero- A small carnivorous hawk that hunts in a flock. These creatures have razor sharp beaks that they can use to tear off flesh like a hot knife through butter, and ear-like structures that enhance their hearing.
  • Haltry- A distant evolutionary cousin of the Harrathor which has a horse-like head with a small beak, a yellow throat pouch, a black coloration, a dark-gray underbelly, wings like a Harrathor's that now function as makeshift legs and make it a semi-quadruped, a short tail feather fan, and long crests on it's lower back for display in mating. They use their wings for gliding and display, yet not much else.
  • Hairbeak- A rockfowl-like bird which is named after it's feather-covered upper beak. They had blue faces, black-and-white-spotted feathers.
  • Harasue- A hoatzin-like bird which is noted for it's large crests, it's colorful feathers, and it's curious nature.
  • Hotoith- A gray-red and yellow predatory bird with the ability to be extremely stealthy and swift. They have pointed serrated beak which it uses to tear through meat like it was plastic.
  • Humlit- A skimmer-like albatross which has a sharp beak which is used like a spear for catching fish. Male beaks are red, yellow, and blue to attract mates while female beaks are just blue.
  • Ingull- A gull that moved away from sea climates and moved into the mainland to feed on not just freshwater fish, but also small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and bugs. They come in 5 different species across the AUU.
  • Icar- A seabird that descended from birds similar to Ichthyornis. They had toothed beaks, clawed talons, and have a coloration similar to a gannet.
  • Ingeage- A booby that has red lower feathers and tails, red faces, and yellow legs and beaks.
  • Jupper- A Scimitar-winged piha-like bird that are very endangered to where it is illegal to harm or handle one. They are very curious animals which played in their endangerment, and they were smuggled to endangerment for their reputation as a popular pet.
  • Jumpingbird- A secretarybird-like bird which, though it can only glide, can do it for a long time. They have powerful legs for leaping high in the air, and they glide at a maximum distance of 5 meters. While useful for eluding predators, it's also useful for high jumps.
  • Jaikin- A tern-like bird which has a beak that, instead of meant to eat fish, is meant to break into the shells of crabs, oysters, and other small armored sea creatures.
  • Krisk- A crow-like desert-dwelling eagle which commonly preys on small rodents, reptiles, insects, and even smaller birds. They are mostly the apex predators of their regions, but not as much on certain worlds.
  • Kingerbird- A tall duck-like crane that come in hundreds of species across the AUU.
  • Legnes- A crane-like bird noted for it's large crests, their long necks, and their terrestrial behavior. Species tend to have different kind of forms.
  • Legwing- A bizarre bird that has strong legs which are also large wings, colorful neck crests, and bushy tail feathers.
  • Lamder- A species of long-legged yellow-faced seabirds similar to lapwings. They don't go in the water, only they use their quick reflexes to catch fish in their talons.
  • Lurkbird- A predatory close relative of owl-like birds which are noted for their menacing faces and owl-like eyes. They come in various species, and feed on lizards, rodents, and smaller birds.
  • Mookachinga- A kookaburra-like bird which is known for it's basic colors being white and black, but other colors ranging depending upon the species. They eat insects and small fruits, and are often curious.
  • Mallgo- A duck-billed flamingo which wades in ponds and eats fish and small rodents. Males are the most colorful and are larger than the females, which are pink, white, and has a colorful crest that is meant to attract the male.
  • Mava- A finch-like bird similar to the masked finch, except it has a black head and wings, a yellow beak and legs, and is a common pet in the bird pet trade.
  • Moce- A Mosque swallow-like bird that hangs around in forests, and is a common forest bird across the AUU. They are very curious and friendly birds that have an orange body, a white neck, and a black back, while the females are entirely orange.
  • Maven- A small secretarybird-like bird that hunts small animals, including smaller birds, but lives in the dense rainforests. It flies more seldom than it's ancient relatives and has shorter and more rounded wings. In the mating season the males are covered in magnificent green plumage with a large red spot on each wing. This species dwells in dry forests. Generally beige, males developed green iridescent body plumage during the breeding season, developing red dots on their hindwings. Engaging in spectacular acrobatics across the open forest canopy, they are generally terrestrial foragers, hunting more invertebrate prey than their relatives. Females are responsible for the eggs and chicks, the latter leaving the next after a week of life.
  • Mawk- A hawk-like bird which commonly has different wing designs, whether they be membrane or feather based depending upon the species, strong talons, sharp beaks, elegant and quick flight, and they have aerodynamically-perfect flight capabilities as hunters, having a wide amount of food choices depending upon the species.
  • Narkwing- A giant 30ft bird and the AUU's fourth-rating superpredator. Found mainly on Tier 1 Worlds, these giant birds have massive wings, with a 15ft wingspan, can fly well and are stronger on any other world, they have regenerative teeth inside a spiked beak, a loud monstrous crow, and colorful tail feathers for mating dances.
  • Nevilan- A pelican-like bird with a flabby orange beak, large white wings, and are omnivorous.
  • Nuta- A black-and-red broadbill-like bird that consumes nuts, seeds, and small fruits. They are commonly found swarming around any gathering of nut and seed crops, and will often ruin crops as a result.
  • Nuzzard- A predatory buzzard-like creature which hunts small birds and rodents. They are moderately larger than buzzards, and sometimes get a taste out of dead meat.
  • Nookitoo- A kind of cockatoo that comes in different shapes and colors depending upon the species. They hang out in rainforest, jungles, and sometimes tropical regions.
  • Orunch- An orange-breasted waxbill-like passerine that lives in tropical environments and feeds off of nectar and small bugs that pollinate it.
  • Oren- A common waxbill-like passerine that is found on thousands of worlds across the AUU. The males are gray and white, and the females are entirely white, and both genders have orange cheeks and eyelines.
  • Orreta- An orange-cheeked waxbill-like passerine that is commonly found around many corners of African-like worlds across the AUU. They are found inside large fields, especially around mating seasons.
  • Obin- A robin-like bird that acts like the American robin, only the males have red bellies while the females have blue bellies, being native to Athomia, and the common species being the Athomian Obin, they are vast-travelling birds that diversify their genetics by finding new colonies no matter the distance. They mate 4 times a year every season, their mating dances are in the sky, and they are very curious birds.
  • Otabir- A black and red owl with large peacock-like tail feathers used for mating. Males have the sexiest tails, whereas the females attract the males with their large head crests.
  • Pip- A black-capped piprites-like robin that is a commonly-occurring bird in the AUU, coming in over a thousand different species.
  • Piercepecker- A woodpecker with a pecking beak reinforced to peck through the shells of prey.
  • Ploomble- A long-legged terrestrial crow with black but colorful bodies, two long white tail feathers, and eats carrion, fruits, and nuts, displaying intelligent ways to crack nuts.
  • Pocketbird- A plump black-and-white chikadee-like bird with a big orange beak, and the ability to store food in cheek pouches like hamsters.
  • Pikara- An aggressive finch-like bird that lives in hive-like nests, and is similar to the painted finch, only with more intense and flourescent colors.
  • Pickbill- A symbiotic bird similar to the yellow-billed oxpecker, only with a black beak, membraned wings, and a long black tail and back, that feeds off of insects and ticks of larger animals.
  • Poa- A wren-like songbird that are known for their wild singing and whistling skills, and their ability of zoovocalism. They are quick fliers, are similar in appearance to a black-bellied wren, only the females are entirely mahogany while the males have black bellies, white-and-brown-stripped backs, and black beaks.
  • Phoevix- A red bird with the ability to heat up it's body to protect it from predators. They have a longer lifespan than other birds, and can fly very fast.
  • Parava- A solitary swamp-dwelling pterosaur-like heron which catches fish with it's large wings which create a shadow for the fish to go in and feed it.
  • Pfible- A small blue cardinal-like bird which is famous for it's long-lasting whistle songs. While this can be annoying to some, others find it beautiful and majestic.
  • Preek- A small rail which is capable of flight, and has various forms of colorations depending upon the species. Each species also had different kinds of diets.
  • Perger- A puffin-like seabird which has a colorful beak, and is capable of high-speed flight. It has poisonous spurs on it's feet that it uses to strike fish, poison them, and collect it as food.
  • Parline- A species of bird-of-paradise which looks similar to the greater bird-of-paradise, only with different coloration.
  • Phantall- A fluorescent finch which is known for glowing blue-green in the dark. Each of their feathers carry fluorescent substances combined with bioluminescent bacteria. They are quick and elusive fliers that can avoid prey through good hearing.
  • Picokor- A terrestrial bird which is noted for it's blue and red fleshy faces, it's long sharp gray beaks, it's dark-yellow feathers, and for it's habit of appearing and flying in groups.
  • Paraduuk- A duck-like bird that is commonly found virtually anywhere in the AUU in hundreds of different species. They are very passive creatures and very shy amongst sentient beings.
  • Perpdic- A duck-like terrestrial bird related to heron-like birds that is capable of diving for a long time hunting for birds.
  • Pfarffle- A finch-like colorful bird best known for the males' vivid black, orange, and red plumage to attract mates, and commonly eat insects, fruits, and seeds. This species is migratory, flying to and from its winter feeding grounds every year to nest in deciduous forests. Females migrate a few weeks ahead of the males, giving them time to construct or renovate their future homes. These bag-shaped nests, made of grass and sticks covered with a mud-and-saliva mixture, are nearly indestructible, and a female will come back to her nest year after year, making repairs as her abode wears out.
  • Papper- A hawk-like bird of prey that is the only predator capable of feeding on the dangerously-lethal inferxasp and it's spice-filled honey. It will also feed on larger insects, smaller birds, and rodents. They are agile fliers that can strike hard with it's specialized beak.
  • Pygret- A flightless arboreal parrot-like bird that has adapted to climbing and behaving like it's grarrot ancestors. They commonly eat fruits, nuts, and other forms of plant-based food.
  • Qellow- A lesser striped swallow-like passerine common on many worlds across the AUU, known for the males having red, blue, black, and white feathers, and the females being red and blue. The males' two peacock-like tail feathers are useful for attracting mates or scaring off predators.
  • Qebby- A Greater striped swallow-like passerine that looks like it's evolutionary cousin the Qellow, but it has more yellow on both the males and females, and the males have two additional peacock-like tail feathers.
  • Rainbokeet- A lorikeet which is known for it's rainbow-swirled feathers. While colorful feathers can be a problem in some climates, it is smart enough to stay in colorful places like rainforests and land-coral patches. They are commonly kept as pets.
  • Ranacock- A peacock-like bird which is noted for being very colorful. Females are 10% bigger than males, and the males attract them with the use of it's rainbow-colored rear feathers that are much larger than peacocks. They can only glide with their wings.
  • Raiba- A Gouldian finch-like passerine that has rainbow-colored feathers, and the females can flare more colors, and the males can do it even more. A complex mating dance is needed for mating, and they are capable of camouflaging in their natural habitats.
  • Rufey- A Black-and-rufous swallow-like passerine that is a pollinator of the biggest flowers in the alien forests of it's homeworlds. The males have apricot bellies, blue bodies, wings with hairy tendrils that they use to carry spores and pollen, while the female looks the same, only she is entirely apricot.
  • Rebbiva- A bowerbird-like bird which is similar to a sun parakeet. They are intelligent birds that are capable of adapting to situations, allowing them to be widespread creatures.
  • Raybird- A ray-like sea bird that evolved from penguin-like birds that have wings two wings that form a curved triangle-like glider structure. It's head, chest and wing tips are black, connected by a thin line spanning the front edge of its wings, and the body ends with a small, black tip in-between its short legs. Its chest bares blue and green bioluminescent markings.
  • Rullog- A crane-like bird with a tan-feathered body, yellow legs, black necks, red (male) or brown (female) heads, and pointed beaks. They commonly appear near rivers, or in swamps or marshes searching for fish or small crustaceans and non-shelled mollusks to eat.
  • Roce- A large predatory buzzard found in deserts and savannas, a golden mane of feathers, and the ability to use it's excrement to poison food to only be eaten by their flock.
  • Sibi- A grey-headed silverbill-like passering with a silver beak and pterosaur-like wings, a brownish body, and a spotted head. They are roughly the size of crows, but they are not that much of pests.
  • Schwift- A blue-and-white bird that is a deep-aquamarine color, the males being blue and white while the females are entirely white and have blue bellies. They are swift hunters of small insects and worms, flying at a speed so fast, they cannot be hunted even by fast-flying predators.
  • Seerek- A predatory vulture known for it's black beak and black eyes.
  • Sweety- A passerine bird with a beak that looks like a flower when open to attract prey like insects.
  • Storak- A black stork-like crane with a feather sticking out of it's head like a Pteronodon. These cranes are fast fliers, and their black coloration makes them undetectable at night.
  • Scoopbill- A species of geese with a large net-like beak capable of scooping fish from the water like a net.
  • Subaran- A sunbittern-like bird with wings that look like monster eyes. When it flies, it can use these wings to scare off predators. They have tail-feathers that look like a mouth, and have a spot on their bellies that look like a nose, making the scare easy.
  • Spitbird- A small finch which is known to use water to fire at insects like an archer fish. They can spit water at a high range and can do it very accurately.
  • Skitterwing- A small wren-like bird which is named after it's bug-like wings that are similar to those of the Bugbird. They had evolved skin-based wings to become lightweight, and therefore make it easier to fly and elude predators.
  • Squinch- A skimmer-like sea bird which is known for having a red and yellow beak that acts as a kind of spear for fishing as it flies over the sea.
  • Seagrarrot- A sea-dwelling parrot-like relative of the Grarrot. They are white-and-blue birds that don't feed on fish like most seabirds, but they'd rather feed on the seaweed and the aquatic fruits that wash up on the shore.
  • Salcrow- A species of sea bird which is actually an eagle that has adapted to a sea lifestyle. It has webbed feet, and the body of an eagle. Their coloration ranges from gray to black depending on the species.
  • Scooma- A bug-eating mesite which is known for it's long head-feathers which mimic grass when it hides in the foliage of grass. It uses this to lure prey into it's mouth.
  • Sashum- A large heron the size of an ostrich. They had large wings, and they were often known for eating small rodents, reptiles, and fish. Chicks are also capable of flight.
  • Spookbird- An owl-like bird which has ominous eyes which give it it's name. They have been known to frighten large predators and even people.
  • Stripebill- A raven which is noted for it's striped beak. The colors of the beak vary upon the species. Some species are known for being pests for property damage, and others are kept as pets.
  • Shiika- A flying penguin which is still semi-aquatic, yet it's flippers became pterosaur-like wings which also serve as makeshift flippers.
  • Silverbeak- A species of falcon which is named after it's silver-colored beak. The substance it's made from allows it to crack open nuts, turtle shells, and oyster shells, the diet of which depends upon the species.
  • Schakket- A vulture-like parrot scavenger related to Grarrots that hang out in prairies. They have bald colored necks and heads, gray-to-black feather coloration, and high levels of intelligence. They were commonly kept as exotic pets for their zoovocalism capabilities, as well as for messenger birds.
  • Swark- A long-legged swallow which, despite being capable of flight, is mostly terrestrial. They can evade predators by flying quickly, and they commonly eat fish from rivers.
  • Sawvork- A terrestrial heron-like bird with a featherless head, a long, bright crest, and a saw-toothed bill. The serrated beak is beneficial in catching small prey like fish and can also be used to shear off soft meat from carrion.
  • Seapry- A sea-faring vulture-like bird with wide black wings and small, naked heads, as they have taken the body-type of carrion birds everywhere, but a closer look will reveal some clear distinctions between common scavenger birds. They possess teeth, which are generally serrated and angled sharply backwards, like the teeth of a predatory lizard. These teeth are most prominent on the outward-jutting lower jaw, where they form a cutting tool that slices flesh and tendons, allowing the birds to quickly hack apart and unwieldy carcass and carry it to safety in pieces.
  • Tunkie- An Andean cock-of-the-rock-like passerine that has males with bright-colored feathers on it's upper body, a bulbous head, and a female with no bulbus head and a brownish-red coloration. They are very semi-social birds, yet they do not take kindly to sentient beings if they agitate them.
  • Tourbird- An anhinga-like white, black, and blue omnivorous bird which is named after having the biggest migratory ranges of any bird in the AUU. Their migrations can take them anywhere on a world they find suitable, meaning that they're common anywhere.
  • Tahbar- A predatory eagle-sized woodpecker which uses it's pecking ability to constantly stab it's prey dead. They are very fast fliers that eat smaller birds, rodents, and lizards.
  • Teiben- A heron with small feather head crests, a grayish and white body, a reddish-pink beak and legs, and a sharp black tip of the upper beak.
  • Thwick- A terrestrial bird with a gray spiked beaks and legs, a red and white head, brown bodies, wings and tails with red and white lower stripes, and it has a sticky tongue.
  • Toothbeak- A predatory terrestrial bird noted for it's thin toothed beak, it's black and white feather coloration, it's red head structures, and it's long legs.
  • Tondor- A large condor-like bird which has a dull-purple head and neck, an orange-yellow dewlap, a yellow beak, an orange-yellow head crest, large wings, a gray (female) or black (male) feathered body, dull-purple legs, and are scavengers and/or predators. Their beaks are filled with retractable teeth, and they often live in groups inside caves as they are crepuscular.
  • Twitibill- A hornbill-like bird found throughout the AUU on jungle worlds. Females are similar to the males but have smaller, duller throat-wattles and lack the male's head crest. They are herbivores that feed on nuts, seeds, berries, fruits, and any other plant material they can digest.
  • Uallach- A goshawk-like bird which is actually a scavenger which will often look for dead meat, or steal some from other animals. They are similar to vultures, having bald heads and necks, and black-and-white-spotted feathers.
  • Urita- A finch-like bird similar to the purple grenadier, only it has purple where there is red, and the bird has glowing purple eyes. This bird is especially common in Uridian wildlife, and can communicate with Uridium itself, coming in 26 different species.
  • Uinone- A falcon-like predatory seagull which hunts fish over shallow seas.
  • Ugpie- A broadbill-like bird which feeds on small nuts and legumes. They are well known for the stinks they use to deter predators, which is only lethal to predators with sensitive noses.
  • Vombeak- A relative of condor-like birds that has either feathery wings of bat-like wings depending upon the species, even though the bird itself is semi-terrestrial and semi-arboral, and the bird itself is noted for not just it's annoying and loud call, but also for it's omnivorous diet of food that have exceedingly high concentrations of phenols, alkaloids and other toxins, making them unpalatable to most sane creatures, coping with such a diet with an enlarged crop housing a diverse flora of bacteria that, combined with special secretions, denature the toxins to an acceptable level, and while digestible portions go to the stomach, the rest go to a toxon stomach where it fills the crop with a foul-smelling soup of semi-liquid waste material that varies in color and can be used as a defensive and offensive, the offensive being a projectile used for long range sniping, and the defensive being a short ranged chunder-spray.
  • Vynt- A banded honeyeater-like free-flying pollinator passerine that eats not just honey and nectar with it's proboscis-like tongue, but also the insects that eat them.
  • Vumwyrck- A bat-winged caracara-like birds that come in 18 different species across the AUU. They have brightly-colored red faces and neck sacs, have toothed orange beaks, are casual fliers, and are nocturnal birds of prey that feed on carrion in the day.
  • Woopwoop- A tan passerine with a darkish-green-blue face, small gray beak, named for the sound of it's call.
  • Wen- A wren-like bird that has the same coloration as the bay wren, being a half nocturnal half diurnal bird that actually chooses it's own sleep schedule, as the males are more active at day, and the females are more active at night.
  • Weller- A Barn swallow-like passerine that has a blue body, and a white-with-blue-stripped belly, peacock-like feathers on the tips of the wings and tail, though the females do not have them.
  • Wiris- A passerine that has the thick spine-like tail of the Wire-tailed swallow, coming in 880 different species across the AUU.
  • Wella- A Welcome swallow-like passerine that commonly has a yellow-orange head and blue body, though the females are blue. Their wings have orange rings on them to scare off predators in flight.
  • Windith- A flourescent blue bird with 4 wings on the upper and lower limbs like a Microraptor. They fly at high altitudes where ultraviolet rays could get to them, yet they are protected by their blue coloration. They also need 4 pairs of wings in order to fly in the thin air swiftly. They have feathery tufts on their heads to help support their long-necked head during flight, and can see in ultraviolet vision and with UV-proof lenses, their eyes are safe from it's effects.
  • Waspired- A hummingbird with antennae used for smelling as well as protection against predators, which think the bird is a wasp.
  • Weika- A seagull which is known for having a white, red, and blue coloration. They are good fishing experts that can even use special nerves in their legs to track what's beneath them when in the water, and they fly off when a sea predator is about to attack.
  • Woogeck- A woodpecker-like bird which is similar to said bird, but they have blue heads, and black bodies. Their beaks are made from stronger substances to make it resist stronger pressure. This allows it to peck through anything, making it a pest.
  • Xulture- An type of black and white vulture that scavenges for food. They can even use their speed to steal scraps of dead carrion from other predators.
  • Xultudactyl- A pterosaur-like scavenger xenoavian with wing structures connecting the wings and legs, a long neck, and the ability of armosis.
  • Youtan- The alternate version of Toucans. They come in many different colors depending upon the species. They are herbivores.
  • Yukh- An unsanitary scavenger bird named after it's stench and call, using it's smell to ward off predators, and uses an armosis ability to fire it's own digestive acid as a weapon. There are 718 species across the AUU.
  • Ylamingo- A flamingo-like terrestrial bird which has only 6 species, all common for the large crest on the top of their beaks. They are graceful birds who rarely bite people.
  • Zeench- A finch-like bird similar to the zebra finch, as it has patterns similar to it, only more intense and more flourescent. They are common in the bird pet trade.
  • Zowl- The alternate version of owls. They are known to be quiet hunters, having the quietest noises that are actually at a frequency so low, nothing else can hear it but other Zowls. They are nocturnal, can see in the dark, and are known to be very elusive.
  • Zeeyin- A honey-eating hummingbird which is known for eating honey from several insect hives. All known species are immune to insect stings, and range in coloration.
  • Ziazia- A piopio-like bird which feeds on small insects, berries, nuts, and legumes. They have long paddle-like tail feathers which come in different patterns depending upon the species.
  • Zoulory- A small terrestrial chicken-like bird that is capable of limited flight with it's wings, which display two clawed fingers, they commonly have a grayish-blue coloration, have red skin, yellow beaks and crests, and a raptor-like feather-fanned tail which marks their early ancestry with dinosaurs. They are kept as poultry by many beings, farmed for their eggs and meat.
UIS

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  • Borhime- A flying bird raptor with falcon talons, no tail, raptor heads, fingered bird wings, and the ability of armosis, able to launch flaming acidic projectiles as a defense and offense.

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  • Fing- A flamingo noted for it's colorful toucan-like beak that can be found on many paradise worlds in UIS and isolated space.
  • Flagimgo- A terrestrial non-water-wading flamingo that hangs around muddy areas and feeds on worms.

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  • Mellurd- A predatory vulture-pterosaur-dragon creature with a vulture body, a short feather-crested dragon tail, pterosaur-dragon wings, a dragon-vulture head, and the ability of armosis, capable of firing red flaming acid at their prey.

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  • Photobeak- A hoatzin with bioluminescent feathers and head crests.
  • Puing- A puffin-penguin creature with long colorful rockhopper crests that, despite not being able to swim, can dive and inflate itself back to the surface.
  • Pukebird- A vulture that is capable of firing it's own vomit at high velocity with a slingshot-like mechanism in it's stomach that can be used to launch foul-smelling vomit that can be used to hunt, and even as a defense for predators with sensitive noses.

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  • Quaffin- A puffin-penguin-raptor that is more bird despite it's raptor tail, having many different species with different colored beaks, some can't fly, and some are omnivorous.

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  • Segtor- A seagull-eagle raptor identical to the Steller's sea eagle with a feather-crested raptor tail, flat feet, and toothed beaks.
  • Skui- A puffin-skua bird bigger than many common gulls and prey upon them. Their beaks turn colorful upon adulthood and change upon age to increase likelihood of mating.

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  • Wamwet- A semi-aquatic gannet-like gull that is capable of swimming underwater for long periods of time. Their wings had no feathers allowing to act like wings and flippers.

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Flightless Birds

Flightless birds are not just limited to dromaeosaurid birds. Due to dinosaurs being more ubiquitous, theropods, ceratopsians, sauropods, etc. became birds, and have similar anatomy, but because of their weight, they couldn't fly, for the most part depending upon exoplanetary climate. They had convergently-evolved from the dromaeosaurid birds, including beaks of different and surreal forms, a bipedal body build, sometimes dexterous front talon legs, and even going as far as intelligence.

USRA
  • Amcyger- A red predatory rail which has evolved like a terror bird. They are agile and fast-running birds which have a terror-bird-like beak with two tooth-like structures for inflicting a deadly pitchfork-like stab into it's prey.
  • Avaffe- A tall flightless quadruped bird as tall as a giraffe, and filling the same niche. They have large giraffe-patterned crests on their heads that act as thermal regulation, their wings have evolved into makeshift legs, and they have become quadrupeds and quick runners that stay together in groups.
  • Aya- A flightless bird with a brown coloration, a purple face, yellow beak and legs, and a celebrated game bird.
  • Bushbeak- A quadrupedal bird capable of camouflaging itself as a tree with it's bushy upper body.
  • Birphy- A raptor-like flightless bird with long legs, long necks, colored wings and heads, and crested heads. Running as fast as ostriches, they sprint in open grasslands in groups and take a niche of ostriches on dinosaur worlds.
  • Boro- A bulky herbivorous flightless white bird with blunt teeth in it's beak.
  • Clookatoo- A blue turkey-like bird which is domesticated for it's eggs and meat. The females are much larger than the males, and while the males are just blue and have no features, the females have red neck crests and larger tail feathers.
  • Carakina- A flightless terror bird-like caracara with large peacock-like crests that hunt in packs, and primarily hunt in grasslands that they can set on fire with their extremely hot vomit, killing anything that tries to escape the fire. Their crests are used for both communication and for mating.
  • Cygeri- A black flightless ostrich-like swan that can run very fast, and it's diet consists of fungi and plants.
  • Cagalon- An arboreal currasow-like bird which is noted for developing fingers and opposable thumbs. They are as agile as apes, and they commonly eat fruits and nuts.
  • Colossita- A giant rhea the size of a standing grizzly bear. They are very aggressive when others intrude their territory, even to their own kind. They made themselves look intimidating with their black eyes and their wings that looked like devilish eyes. They occasionally ate small rodents and large fruits.
  • Corrwary- An ostrich-sized cassowary-like bird that has a dark-blue-to-blue (male) and purple-to-pinkish-purple (female) necks and heads, large inflatable sacs on their necks, two crests on the sides of their faces, gray stork-like toothed beaks, black-feathered bodies, and gray legs. They are commonly found in outback worlds near rivers hunting for fish.
  • Carchornis Rex- A large flightless bird evolved from parrot-like birds which is a very dangerous terror bird that hunts either in groups or on their own, appearing with colorful faces, small throat pouches, sharp-clawed feet, and tiny wing arms. They come in 4 different subspecies: imperator, which is the largest and is roughly the size of a giraffe and it's loud and infamous ear-piercing cry is distinguished by it's evolved hyoid bone, canopoli is the smallest but most agile and social subspecies that dwells in forests and jungles, desertica which is a prairie/grassland-dwelling semi-solitary predator that hunts most efficiently at night, and impalisei, which has a deadly charge due to a blade-shaped head crest for impaling and a bizarre-shaped toothed beak for fatal bites. They were so adaptable, they nearly became superpredators if it wasn't for other species consuming their eggs.
  • Chrombeak- A cassowary-sized flightless bird that is noted for it's colorful crested beak. The males had a fire-colored beaks with the shortest crests and had an inflatable neck sac, and the females had a blue-colored beak and the largest crest, and red eye-structures. They lived in large flocks consisting of 43-83 individuals, spread out on large grassy prairies, and can defend each other from predators through defensive formations.
  • Cratcher- A predatory ostrich-like chicken with powerful clawed legs and large tail feathers.
  • Duffingo- A flightless puffin-like bird which has a colorful beak, small wings, long running legs, and ranging coloration. They were fishing birds that ate the fish from streams and ponds.
  • Dinorham- A giant terror bird closely-related to the Grook-Grook Bird, and is sparsely-populated. They are efficient predators with black-to-gray-feathered bodies, long white necks, long gray powerfully-built clawed legs, colorful red, yellow, and blue head feather-crests that are larger on the males, red and yellow faces and dewlaps, large stabbing red beaks, large beautiful display-wings on the males with two finger claws each, and were quick sprinters that hunted in groups of 3-8.
  • Demonbird- A predatory ratite and a fearsome carnivore. They are large, flightless birds with heavy hooked beaks and long sharp claws. Their legs are long and powerful whilst their wings have been reduced to a few tiny bones, and they come in 10 species across the AUU.
  • Fgaken- A chicken-like bird which is domesticated for it's eggs and meat. Hens are much bigger than the roosters, and they are noted for their inflatable neck sacs which inflate when cawing, giving them a much louder tone.
  • Fabbjast- A chicken similar to the Tasmanian nativehen. The major differences are it's spotted feathers, their bigger beaks, and their long tail feathers. Their famed hisses are what allow them to stay safe from predators.
  • Foneed- A burrowing penguin which is the size of prairie dogs. They burrow in the ground to keep safe from predators, and come out at night to mate.
  • Felbeak- An avian quadruped which hunts in flocks of 5-13. They are feathered carnivores that have serrated beaks, loud deafening shrieks, dark-blue, gray, red, and white feathers, a flat feathered tail, sharp-taloned feet, and were quick runners.
  • Goaduog- A 4.5m tall moa-like ostrich which has a colorful beak with whisker-like structures that are meant to pick up vibrations. They are capable of running faster than an ostrich, reaching over 50 mph, allowing the USRA to make them a great animal for riding on, despite having a hard time getting on with it's size.
  • Grook-Grook Bird- A critically-endangered terror bird that appeared with red, yellow, black, and gray colored feathers, small flightless wings with a clawed finger on each tip, large colored beaks with a serrated hook-shaped edge and a yellow face, and large black, red, and yellow crests similar to a peacock's tail feathers. They are critically endangered after being rescued by dozens of extinction events, and thus are protected by law with a penalty of 5 years imprisonment.
  • Gorrich- An ostrich-like ratite as big as an average elephant bird. They can run twice as fast as an average ostrich, their feet have a claw in the middle of their toes used for clawing when kicking in self-defense, it has a bald neck, legs, and head, the females' feathers are primarily red-violet, and the males have black feathers and attractive-colored tail feathers similar to a rooster's tail.
  • Heena- A chicken-like weka which is domesticated for it's meat and eggs. They are curious birds which were sometimes social. They were noted for their large crests and their spotted feathers.
  • Iwbis- An ibis-like kiwi bird which has ranging color depending upon the species. They were very cautious birds and while they were fast, they weren't fast enough to elude their natural predators which they take shelter from in dens.
  • Improwl- An owl-like flightless bird distinguished for a primate-like posture, and is arboreal, nocturnal, and hunts using wings that end in large impaling claws that it uses to puncture prey much larger than it. They commonly hunt in groups of 7-13.
  • Kleen- A furry bipedal bird who has only two limbs: it's legs. The legs are able to support the entire body, and in fact, allow the creature to run very fast. Kloons are herbivores, grazing in grasses and shrubs. The legs even work like arms, allowing the creature to lift food into it's mouth.
  • Killerpele- A predatory flightless haron that has a pelican-like sac on it's throat for storing food energy, is very dangerous, and hunts anything it finds delectible. It is very territorial, and comes in 80 different species across the AUU.
  • Lalguin- A bipedal penguin which gave up it's aquatic lifestyle to hunt small rodents and lizards. Their flippers shrank, and their legs extended. They were now fast runners which had a spear-like beak for impaling prey.
  • Loilis- A coot-like bird the size of an ostrich. They are famous for the fact that juveniles were capable of flight, but not the adults since they become too heavy. Males had colorful crests on the top of their beaks for attracting mates, and females were a bit smaller.
  • Lyfoul- A guineafowl-like flightless bird similar in appearance to the helmeted guineafowl, but it has a large throat pouch, a red (male) or blue (female) neck and head, a large rooster-like head crest, stands as tall as a Cunone, and is rarely used in livestock. They attract mates through an inflatable pouch throat and a mating dance. They commonly eat a red spotted plum called a Lyfoul Plum, which is poisonous to sentient beings and spread it's seeds through defecation.
  • Lior- A relative of duck-like birds with bright-pink splayed limbs, long slender necks and bold colorations. It combines the long legs of a runner with a duck's waddling gait. Forming flocks of up to 30 birds in lowland woods and grasslands, they feed on a wide range of vegetation, and are sexually-dimorphic as the males possess more ornate head crests and bright yellow ceres, and attract mates through dance. These birds are polygamous breeders. When pursued, they simply pick up the pace of their usual "silly walking", all while this activity is accompanied by the birds' loud, whooping alarm call, effectively avoiding any predator or sentient being.
  • Marab- A flightless relative of buzzard-like birds that has blackish-gray feathers, red-and-yellow (male) and purple (female) bald heads and necks, and still retain a scavenging lifestyle. They still travel in groups, and they can bellow a loud caw that can scare off other scavengers.
  • Nectbird- An armed small flightless bird that evolved from hummingbird-like avians. They are excellent lightweight climbers and pollinators that consume nectar and spread spores or pollen as it returns to it's nest.
  • Noxornis- An ostrich/moa-like flightless bird with a tan flexible neck and head. They have the uncanny ability of emetoarmosis, or the ability to use vomit as a weapon, and is very common amongst a few creatures, just like many other forms of armosis. In the Noxornis' case, it can use noxberries to regurgitate and launch an acidic foul-smelling substance and aggravate and cause extreme discomfort to it's predators as a defense or offense.
  • Ostreo- An ostrich-like yellow-and-red flightless rail which are very quick and eat small rodents and bugs. Males have colorful feathers on the bottom of their wings, ranging from blue to purple, to attract mates.
  • Osrish- A small ostrich-like flightless bird that consume small berries and insects. They are a common prey animal for predators, but they can run very fast due to their ancestry to fast-running birds.
  • Ovoloit- A flightless descendant of crow-like birds with colorful faces, vestigial wings, long running legs, long crests on the males for display, an elongated neck, and a nutcracker-shaped beak. It's common diet is eggs as it steals the eggs of other animals and runs off with them at top speed.
  • Otocruch- A large flightless gruiform bird that hangs out on steppe climates and large grasslands and prairies. They are fast runners that scavenge any edible plants and meat they can find.
  • Poulkey- A turkey-like chicken with a bizarre feather coloration. They are domesticated for their eggs and their meat. The meat is also known to be a delectible favorite for Hydrocabiais.
  • Pollinyx- A descendant of hummingbird-like birds that have lost the ability to fly as its wings have turned into long, thin claws, three hand-like fingers on it's wings, and 5-toed talons with two on each side and one on the tip. The neck is elongated and the beak is mostly covered by long, thin, colored skin. Only the male has extravagant feathers on top of the head, similar to small peafowl feathers. They are arboreal flightless birds that can survive long falls and pollinate when feeding on nectar.
  • Qurbe- A quadruped predatory bird that evolved in a similar way to the Avaffe, having wings that turned into makeshift front legs, and are now agile predators with a larger head crest than the Avaffe for thermal regulation, and a short feather-tufted tail.
  • Ruacca- A relative of the surviving terror-birds or other gruiforms that has very short wings and a very fast running speed. Males have a large crest on it's head which it uses for mating.
  • Rood- A dodo/rooster-like flightless bird that has been domesticated for it's eggs and meat. They were once thought to be extinct until it was discovered to be alive in 1965. Since then, it was domesticated.
  • Rimoual- A tinamou-like flightless bird which stands as tall as a chimpanzee. They are fast-running omnivorous creatures which commonly eat bugs and fruits, and have peacock-like crests on their head, as well as turkey-like tail feathers.
  • Razebill- A species of flightless bird similar to the extinct adzebills. They were much larger, they had gray-and-black-spotted feathers, and they had terror bird-like beaks for inflicting damage on prey.
  • Sprinter- A roadrunner-like flightless bird that is capable of running up to 40 mph with it's specially-built legs. They hang out in desert areas where they feed on insects, plant roots, and small seeds.
  • Sosalla- An ostrich-like bird which is much larger than said bird, and has hoof-like feet for increased endurance and travelling on elevated areas.
  • Suessin- A secretarybird-like flightless bird which is noted for it's colorful head and neck. The head of males are red with yellow eye-spots, and females are pink. They range in feather coloration, and their long colored tails.
  • Shreeka- A turkey-like bird which is noted for it's large red inflatable sac which it uses for both intimidation and attracting mates. They are the size of cassowaries, and they often wrestle when there are conflicting males.
  • Scarbill- A flightless terror bird that possesses a bizarre toothed beak as well as a large sharp crest on it's head used for inflicting wounds through it's charges. They are fast runners and dangerous predators.
  • Sodo- Also sometimes refered to as a Sudo (Mainly by mispronouncsiation by even the birds themselves.) A small critically-endangered flightless bird that is native to only a few worlds all across the AUU. They appear with small wings, brown-gray feathered bodies, dull-orange legs and beaks, and red heads. They come in 5 different breeds that have different diets, which they can be carnivorous, herbivorous, omnivorous, liquivorous, or insectivorous. Growing primarily on islands without predators have left them to grow tame and fearless, thus leaving them easily vulnerable to predators. Now this is a rare creature as a result of sentient being activity, either by hunting or accidentally introducing predators. Once thought to be extinct, it was discovered, breeds and otherwise, barely alive, and thus the only remnants of this species are in repopulation centers, and the only remnants of them in the wild are in reserve islands free of and/or protected by predators and poachers.
  • Shootsh- A flightless bird evolving from cassowary-like birds, having a blue head and neck, and gray and white bodies, dark-gray legs, a pink beak, and small wings. They dwell in jungles feeding on fallen fruits.
  • Trobban- A 10 ft flightless bird with legs as massive as tree trunks, migrates in huge herds across the water-logged landscape of a tundra.
  • Tevu- A large emu-like flightless bird with a black body coloration, small vestigial wings, a yellow neck and head, a blue sac on it's chin, and red eye structures. They stand as large as a moa, and are passionate creatures, but will not hesitate to do any harm when attacked.
  • Tiraffrich- A large quadrupedal bird which evolved from raptors, yet became almost as large as a sauropod, standing up to 16ft tall and weighing more than 6,000 pounds. They took the niche of giraffe-like animals, using their elongated necks to graze trees, and they can stand tall enough to defend itself with it's long sharp attack claws. It was a difficult prey animal, but it has been taken down before.
  • Trunkneck- A colossal emu-like bird native to African/Australian-like climates. They stand roughly 64ft tall and weigh over 700 tons, being tall enough to get to even the tallest of trees. They were precious creatures that have little-to-no predators, only being vulnerable during younger years. They are distinguished for their colorful spiked necks, their inflatable red throat pouches used for attracting mates, lay over a hundred eggs per liter, and their growth span is very slow, as they reach their maximum size in no less than 200 years, babies being the size of elephant birds.
  • Thurky- A flightless bird that started out as a terrestrial herbivorous flier until the clearing of forests turned it completely flightless, yet vulnerable to predators. Thus, it sticks together with family groups in the wild, and is one of many farmed and edible birds. They have an armosis ability that allows them to fire indigestibles as a weapon and defense.
  • Themo- A peacock-feathered blue, orange, and red-colored galliform that actually fills the niche of peacocks on many worlds, being more miniature, but just as vibrant.
  • Voa- A species of vast moa that was way bigger than the extinct New Zealand moa. Humans were able to keep this creature from going extinct when they began hunting it by domesticating it. Humans rode these creatures, made a cuisine with dead voa and their eggs, and even bonded with them.
  • Vhocken- A chicken-like ostrich which has long legs, a red face and red neck crests, a yellow fuzzy neck, a black bushy tail, large flightless wings, and a deep-red head crest. They are commonly farmed for their eggs and meat by many sentient beings.
  • Vick- A chicken noted for it's helmet-like beaks and head shells.
  • Xultore- A flightless descendant of vulture-like birds that are scavengers that use toothed beaks for butchering carcasses and crushing bones. Capable of going vast kilometers searching for food, they live and travel in groups, and lay their eggs within a carcass.
  • Xoria- A flightless tropical bird and the closest relative of Xorabeaks that is thin and is a close relative to heron-like birds, and is found on multiple tropical worlds. It wades in ponds and swamps feeding on fish that it uses it's quick reflexes to catch, and it is a common carrier of species-borne parasites.
  • Yacsil- A raptor-sized terror bird similar to the cassowary. They run extremely fast, use the dagger-like claws between their two feet to kick predators or impale prey, as well as a razor-sharp beak used for impaling prey.
  • Yallower- A yellow-faced rail which commonly feeds on small bugs, though will eat meat if presented to it. Males are noted for it's incredible mating dances and it's display of large colorful feathers on it's head which attracts mate more.
  • Zaraye- A quadrupedal flightless bird which gave up flight for improved and more balanced running. It's wings are now running legs as well, and it's face is red and yellow.
  • Zaumalot- A lyrebird-like takahe which are very fat creatures. The males have attractive lyrebird-like tail feathers and the females are 5% bigger and have similar, yet smaller, tail feathers that attract the male.
  • Zuburd- A flightless long-legged owl which is the size of an average owl, and it only comes out at night where the predators of it's common habitat are less active.
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Sea birds are no different than land birds, evolving from any kind of dinosaur, and due to being underwater, even the heavy non-dromaeosaurid birds were able to evolve well. They evolved expanded lungs with three air sacs each for added air supply when swimming underwater, but non-dromaeosaurid birds have evolved more air sacs in their lungs.

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  • Aurla- A species of semi-aquatic flightless auk similar to the extinct Great Auk. They are different by size, coloration, and their ability to dive and stay underwater for 5 minutes like a penguin.
  • Beder- Another flightless aquatic auk which is much smaller than the Aurla. In fact, the Aurla is one of their main predators. Though they swim quickly, they can never escape from an Aurla without sheer luck.
  • Blover- A semi-aquatic penguin-like eagle that can glide and swim very quickly.
  • Caraguin- A large penguin that has an orange-and-yellow serrated and toothed beak that can deliver a fatal bite that can cause large blood loss. They lived in flocks of 12-56 and was capable of defending itself from predators such as cetaceans and pinnipeds.
  • Dolober- A dolphin-sized penguin-like bird which has dull-orange webbed feet and a toothed beak, a dull-gray-and-white coloration, and long flippers. Starting out small, they grew larger to avoid predators, and now appear globally in many ice planets across the AUU in 15 different species.
  • Embloo- A large semi-aquatic bird that evolved from penguin-like birds, having a long neck, large whale-like flippers, and whale-like tail fins. They are precious yet endangered creatures that are efficient at defending themselves with their deadly bites.
  • Footgle- A semi-aquatic flightless puffin-like Hesperornis-style bird distinguished for their enlarged webbed feet that are roughly a half-the size of their bodies, thus allowing them to swim underwater very quickly and catch slippery fish. The males are colorful to attract potential mates.
  • Gooper- A flightless pelican which has wings that turned into flippers. Their new scooping beaks are used for swallowing a fish whole, and it swims very quickly and can stay underwater for 12 minutes.
  • Hespus- A species of aquatic bird that evolved from creatures similar to the extinct Hesperornis. They evolved penguin-like flippers when they needed them back, it's tail is enlongated, and their webbed feet are made larger for faster swimming.
  • Longop- A long-necked penguin that swims much like a plesiosaur. They come in 13 different species across the AUU. They are similar to the plesgin, but their necks are much shorter.
  • Nufrin- A penguin-like flightless puffin which evolved from creatures similar to a puffin. They are semi-aquatic creatures with sharp colorful beaks, they can hold their breath for 10 minutes, and they feast on small fish, krill, and squid.
  • Plesgin- A long-necked penguin who swims in a similar fashion to a plesiosaur, and comes in hundreds of different species across the AUU.
  • Poongu- A penguin-like flightless bird that comes in dozens of different species across the AUU. They came in massive groups of 500-800 individuals.
  • Peal- A seal-like flightless puffin that are a convergent evolution of teaguls.
  • Pengrant- A long-necked penguin that comes in hundreds of species.
  • Qualler- A flightless booby which evolved from sea birds and became much larger, therefore having bones heavier for their wings to carry them, and the wings turned into flippers. They can stay underwater for 8 minutes.
  • Qwallow- A semi-aquatic flightless swallow that hangs out near rivers hunting for small fish. They come in dozens of species all over the AUU.
  • Rawhale- A species of whale-like bird which evolved from flying sea birds. Their wings turned into flippers, and they have spoonbill-like beaks. They come to the surface to breed.
  • Skern- A wingless aquatic bird which evolved from sea birds. Since they don't have wings, they have to push themselves on land with their webbed feet, and they move much faster underwater catching fish.
  • Segin- A seal-like penguin who has a large sharp jaw-like beak, can swim much more efficiently, and they can fight off bigger predators unlike their ancestors. They come in dozens of species across the AUU.
  • Sheahmgo- A penguin-like aquatic bird the size of a small whale. They are predatory creatures with manta-ray-like flippers, and bizarre feet that have evolved into shark-like clawed flippers. They come in 15 different species across the AUU.
  • Searrot- A cosmopolitan flightless parrot-like bird that rarely venture onto land besides air and to give birth. They are ovoviviparous, but their young are born still encased in the sack-like allentois, and would suffocate in an underwater birth, thus they must be born on land. They feed on fish, mollusks, and crustaceans, having robust beaks and large teeth to crack the hard shells of shellfish and ammonites, and retain the teeth in their upper jaw from their ancestors.
  • Tamler- An aquatic albatross which has evolved into the habits of a gannet. Their wings now act like both wings and rudders underwater. They can swim for 5 minutes.
  • Tora- A white penguin-like creature that evolved from albatross-like birds, having a white coloration, gray webbed feet, and a red-and-white-striped beak. They come in massive flocks of up to a thousand individuals, and a single pair can have 6,000 descendants in a year.
  • Teagal- An elephant-seal-like penguin which are commonly aggressive, mostly to other males and rarely sentient beings. They are passionate to sentient beings, and are passive enough to give them space as long as they aren't disturbed. They are efficient swimmers and hunters.
  • Vorax- A species of whale-like penguin which has evolved to stay underwater all day. But they can venture on land and survive in order to breed. They are filter-feeders that eat plankton.
  • Vapacar- A Hesperornis-like semi-aquatic flightless bird which had evolved penguin-like flippers for easier swimming mobility.
  • Yinguen- A black and blue colored penguin what can be found in frozen planets. They are semi-aquatic creatures that can catch fish quickly.
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Saltwater Fish

Fish all over the AUU, unlike OUU fish, are capable of living in both freshwater and saltwater, because climate change being more frequent allowed them to develop salt bladders, which allow them to control their salt intake in case of climate change, as well as developing their gills to get mini epiglottises when they get stranded on land, and allow their lungs to breath traditionally, and their graphene-like skin allows them to keep in moisture. So saltwater fish in the AUU are categorized by their environmental preference, only going to freshwater to migrate or adapt.

Jawless Fish/Armored Fish/Cartilaginous Fish

Agnathans, placoderms, and chondrichthyens are linked as they have mostly cartilaginous skeletons, though jawless fish have a tube-like skeleton with a spine, ribs, and a cartilaginous sac surrounding it, armored fish' skeletons were half-exoskeletal as their outer bodies had the only bones that make their armor while their internal skeleton was 50% cartilaginous, and cartilaginous fish evolved to have 100% cartilaginous skeletons that got harder the longer they lived and grow traditional bones.

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  • Adapa- A jawless fish similar to the extinct Anaspida fishes. They have spiny scales, and they have no bony shield like in other prehistoric agnathans. They eat smaller fish and small aquatic fruits.
  • Armark- A shark-like placoderm which evolved little bony armor, and gained two poison-spined dorsal fins, two pectoral fins and poison-spined pelvic fins, retractable teeth, and come in dozens of different species, being either in fresh or salt water.
  • Aggolzerk- A ray-like creature with a long flexible snake-like tail, 8 eyes, poisonous spines, and are often very colorful and have different elemental powers. They can have venom, electricity, and reactive chemicals and acid, all depending upon the species.
  • Aerray- An aerial ray that is capable of flying above oceans or wetlands thanks to hydrogen sacs within their bodies, they are predatory creatures that, despite not attacking sentient beings, will only consume birds, mammals, and reptiles.
  • Blackfish- A black shark-like fish which evolved from rat-fish. They are 3ft nocturnal pack hunters which attack large prey from below in the night.
  • Boomehark- A boomerang-headed shark that evolved from creatures similar to hammerhead sharks. They swim in packs and rarely attack sentient beings.
  • Bonezene- A pelagic sawfish-like predator that has a rostrum with retractable spikes, a tool used for efficient hunting. They have large gaping mouths, large broad wing-like pectoral fins, common large-spotted coloration, two short crooked dorsal fins and anal and pelvic fins.
  • Cutt- A bizarre cookie-cutter shark with rotating teeth that can burrow a tunnel into any dead carcass.
  • Croxy- A shark-like fish that is not a true shark, but is a descending relative that has a tadpole-like tail, long fins, a flat head, retractable teeth, and for their very deadly bite that causes massive blood loss.
  • Dolpar- An ichthyosaur-like placoderm with 4 flippers and an armored body. They feed on smaller fish and smaller aquatic animals.
  • Dass- A species of rat-fish which has large sharp spines that it uses to protect itself from larger predators. It eats smaller fish and crustaceans.
  • Dischead- A dogfish shark that is commonly distinguished for it's flat disc-like head, as well as having two dorsal fins with poisonous spines, and can survive in both saltwater and freshwater. They commonly hunt in the deepest of depths to sneak up on high-swimming targets.
  • Darnger- A species of skate known for being the shape of an arrowhead. Their noses are armed with retractable barbs that it can use to charge into it's prey like an arrow at a speed of 20 mph with it's powerful jet-propulsion tubes on it's rear.
  • Driftshark- A freshwater shark roughly the size of a bull shark that can camouflage itself in murky waters with it's coloration. They come in 27 different species across the AUU.
  • Electray- An electric ray which is distinguished by it's long back crests, it's spotted back, it's fish-like tail, and it's 4 eyes.
  • Eelbus- An eel-like rat-fish which is known for reaching the length of a moray eel. They hang out in undersea crevices and seek out tiny fish to eat.
  • Eeark- A swift prehistoric-looking shark that lives in both freshwater and saltwater and is quick and has a high metabolism, and must eat five times it's own weight in meat a day. It comes in 86 different species across the AUU.
  • Flanni- A type of fish which evolved from the extinct Thelodonti. They have very similar adaptations, but are very different after millions of years of evolution left them to come in thousands of species.
  • Falca- A species of shark similar to the extinct Falcatus. People are almost always scared by this shark due to it's incredibly large eyes, and males had a hook-shaped serrated spine on it's head that is used for mating rituals and fighting. They usually travelled in schools.
  • Foqode- An cartilaginous fish that evolved from angel shark-like creatures. They have two flat short rudder-like pectoral fins, a flat tail, and a large mouth for swallowing prey whole while camouflaging it's body in the sand.
  • Flay- Flying manta-like creatures that spend most of their time flying above expansive arid deserts that used to be high-gravity ocean worlds, having crooked wings that curve backward, have two tail fins on the tops of their rears, bulging lines on their backs, and are a white pigment.
  • Gobbin- A species of goblin shark with a poisonous spine on it's head for defense against predators. They are fast swimmers, and usually hide on the sea floor.
  • Gobra- A species of predatory whale shark which hunts sea mammals, sea reptiles, sea birds, and other sharks. They have a dark-blue and white-spotted and white-bellied coloration, and have serrated teeth that can regenerate.
  • Ginsite Shark- A species of shark that evolved from sharks similar to Squalicorax. They are sharks that are 10% smaller than their natural enemy, the Junja Shark, but they are still formidable predators.
  • Ghostay- A species of ray-like fish distinguished for a kite-like appearance, with a flat and broad tail, straight wing-like pectoral fins, a large brain case in the middle of it's body with stalk eyes, and a long beak-like snout. They are dubbed 'ghosts of the sea' because of the natural glow-in-the-dark capabilities some species possess.
  • Haemosharger- A giant 40ft shark and the AUU's third-rating superpredator. This giant fish has a layered lined hide as thick as armor, a spiny back, a spiny beard-like lower jaw, a monstrous face, can swim over 40 mph, can bite through and eat anything, and has blood-poisoning venom.
  • Hecopray- A bizarre shark evolved from Helicoprion-like sharks. It's mouth contains a bizarre spiral with teeth used as a kind of proboscis to impale prey and drag it inside the mouth.
  • Ionu Shark- A shark similar to the tiger shark. They are hunters that eat fish, small aquatic mammals, and sea turtles. They are intelligent creatures which have teeth that can bite through anything.
  • Isch- A cartilaginous fish that has long dorsal fins, many bottom fins, and poisonous teeth, resembling an extinct acanthodian. They come in 55 different species across the AUU.
  • Junja Shark- A 25ft long species of shark that evolved from sharks similar to the Ginsu Shark Cretoxyrhina that survived extinction events. These creatures are dark-blue on the top, and white on the botton, have fluorescent-red eyes that see the heat of our bodies, and use it's electroreception system to zoom in on it. Their main prey items are whales.
  • Jarker- A large thresher shark with a long spiked upper tail fin, and aside from that being used as a weapon, it's teeth are serrated like a great-white.
  • Jabback- A spiny ray which is known for having long poisonous spines on it's back that it can use to protect it. Anything that tries to eat it would be injected with a poison that would make it sick for days.
  • Labbin- A species of predatory rat-fish which had adapted to becoming like a shark. Being about the size of a tiger shark, they suck small fish into it's mouth, and bite down with regenerative teeth.
  • Mudrey- A mudskipper-like lamprey which is capable of staying without water for 3 days. However, they still need to stay hydrated to survive. They are mostly found in mud spots near water in the wild.
  • Marsting- A species of electric ray which is distinguished by it's 4ft long tail, which it disguises as a sea flower to lure pollinating fish in, sting it, and eat it.
  • Placodon- Evolved from placoderms, which have survived many extinction events, Placodons have developed a hide as hard as steel. These creatures come in a variety of different species, ranging from the size of an average fish to the size of a great white shark.
  • Placywy- An amphibious placoderm that has an armored and spiked back, arm-like frontal limbs, small hind legs, and an armored head with serrated jaws and retractable teeth. They hunt smaller aquatic or semi-aquatic animals. They appear on the surface in groups like a seal to mate.
  • Phodon- A bioluminescent mako shark that hunts in packs. Their bioluminescent organs are used for communication and/or as a mating ritual. They can swim up to 30 mph, and can kill in an instant.
  • Qirone- A species of eel-like placoderm with large lionfish-like fins and an armored head. They are only herbivores that feed on kelp and sea fruits.
  • Rabby- A small passive cartilaginous fish with cuttlefish-like fins, a crested tail, and rabbit-ear-like head fins.
  • Rakcher- A sea-lion-like ray which has adapted to land respiration, but isn't really an amphibian. They have a ray-like face, 4 limb-like fins, and a long tail tipped with a poisonous regenerative barb.
  • Ravan Shark- A black-and-white shark similar to the great white shark, only 5% bigger. They are orca-patterned predators that hunt at night, and eat all kinds of animals.
  • Rayvurk- The missing link between sharks and rays in the AUU that easily evolved into a new order of cartilaginous fish. They are like a blend between sharks and rays, having large ray-like pectoral fins, and they are a common apex predator of the seas of multiple worlds, being bigger than Junja Sharks, and are close competitors to them.
  • Reefshark- A requiem reef shark that feeds on any fish it can find, camouflaging in reefs with it's vibrantly-random coloration.
  • Serphag- A species of sea-snake-like hagfish which is noted for having a similar appearance to a snake. Unlike a hagfish, it has a spine, and it does have a skull, but no jaw. They have a coloration of either black, red, or pink.
  • Sawder- A sawfish which is noted for a spiny nose which it uses for impaling it's prey.
  • Steen- A species of rat-fish which eats mollusks and small crustaceans with their long spiked spiral tongues which they extended to grab it's prey.
  • Tarmblar- A species of coelacanth-like placoderms with armored scales which are as hard as bone. They come in various sizes and species.
  • Troqogue- An amphibious ray-like creature that has fins that were split into 5 two-clawed limbs, two frontal chelicerae-like limbs with a toothed mouth in between, and a long spiny tail. They can stay above water for a day without hydration.
  • Wingle- A species of flying-fish-like placoderm which can vary in size from either a common grouper to a great white shark.
  • Waquite- A species of fish similar to the extinct Belantsea. They are small fish that have multiple fins with poisonous barbs. It flares up like a lionfish when it's in danger.
  • Ximitone- A catfish-like shark which uses it's whiskers for picking up vibrations like a cat. They are fast swimmers, and can come in many shapes and sizes.
  • Zarton- A species of ray which is noted for it's crested tail, which is a poisonous club which impales predators with poisonous barbs that inject a neurotoxin that can cause nerve pain for 2 days.
  • Zalray- A species of ray which is noted for being in different sizes, and each have a toxic venom that can cause neurological stress. It has large fins that look like butterfly wings.
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Like in the OUU, actinopterygiians are the most expansive kind of fish. Like all AUU fish, they can survive in both saltwater and freshwater, but their preference is saltwater. They evolved to be oviviparous, allowing them to develop eggs within their wombs, an evolutionary tactic of survival in an expansive AUU.

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  • Azone- A butterfly-like fish with large transparent wing-like fins used for gliding through the water.
  • Algaefish- A species of sea chub which is known for sharing a symbiotic relationship with algae. Algae help it with breaking down nutrients of the oysters, clams, and crustaceans it eats.
  • Abyssode- A deep-sea toby-like fish noted for it's bioluminescent lips which it uses to lure fish into it's mouth. They have bad vision, but can deal a serious injury with it's bite.
  • Arrowosh- A giant relative of xenofish that have a wide arrow-like head, vertical-lined jaws, the same xenofish-like tail, have multiple antennae-like bioluminescent organs for multiple sensing abilities and functions, and are mainly carnivorous, coming in over a hundred species across the AUU.
  • Agonyfish- A large deep-sea gulper eel-like creature that has extendable jaws, a muscle-covered face, needle-like teeth, a black body, bioluminescent spots, a tail, anal, and dorsal fins on it's tail, a long line of finlets, rough bodies, pupil-less glowing eyes, and are predatory fish that can swallow anything whole.
  • Bellowfish- A species of goby fish which has a very powerful larynx. Instead of the low-frequency noises that fish commonly make, it's larynx is evolved into a bellowing mechanism that allows it to roar loud enough to scare off predators.
  • Byteca- A small angler fish that can not only illuminate in the dark, but can also create electricity from it's bait-line. This fish hangs out in deep water and surprises it's prey from below.
  • Birdfish- A flying fish which has fins that have adapted into behaving like wings. These fish are capable of flight over the water, but they still require hydration and must enter the water within 10 minutes. Some exist in freshwater and marine waters.
  • Barbfish- A species of spiky frogfish which evolved from pufferfish. Instead of an inflation sac, they have poisonous spikes that can retract at will, and will scare of kill predators.
  • Bugfish- A species of goatfish that behave like bees. There are about a hundred types of bugfish. They produce an edible jelly in their hives in sea trees by pollinating sea flowers and other sea plants.
  • Bladee- A very competitive rayfinned sailfish with a razor-sharp nose used for cutting through plants.
  • Broze- A bronze-colored goldfish with a long tail fin used for mating rituals. The fins shine in the light, which attract the mate more.
  • Bubbar- A small rock-like fish with small holes on it's back that blow bubbles. These bubbles are used to distract prey to it's location, where it uses it's rock-like camouflage to sneak up on it's prey, and eat it.
  • Beakfish- A fish similar to the parrotfish. They are noted for having beaks that can puncture oyster shells. They come in a variety of different colors.
  • Bulgcer- A goby-like fish that has a larg bulbous head for simulating a black eye and scaring off big predators, and has a large pointy edge on it's frontal dorsal fin, which doesn't attract predators due to it simulating the grass of it's natural saltwater marsh habitats. They are hermaphroditic and are capable of changing sex in a single-sex environment.
  • Baskfish- A sunfish-like creature that has large wide caudal fins and pelvic fins, and small pectoral fins. They bask in the sun at the surface and are very bold creatures.
  • Blobceth- A whale-sized blobfish that took up a niche as a large predator after evolving greatly from a solitary existence. They are soft-skinned, have two catfish-like whiskers, have two broad flippers, a long and small back sail, and a fish-like tail fin.
  • Boatfish- A large marine fish that is shaped like a sailboat, having a large sail-like dorsal fin that allows for steering through the wing, has flipper-like pelvic and pectoral fins, a vestigial tail fin, and a rough crusty back. They share a symbiotic relationship with algae within it's sail to feed it sugar, and it looks like a boat to confuse predators, though some are smart enough to see it as food.
  • Coll- A tuna-like fish which are considered a delectable food item. They are fish with different colored streaks. blue indicates a male, and red indicates a female.
  • Chrommin- A 23-foot long bioluminescent oarfish characterized by the weird bioluminous markings on it's sides. These markings form patterns, or even letters and numbers. These lights can even change color and brightness, making it a popular creature. However, these creatures tend to be very rude with these lights, and they can also be very rare.
  • Carpetfish- A species of flatfish with the ability to change color like an octopus. They often bask in the Sun in secluded areas of the coral reef, and will often attack intruders.
  • Cloakfish- A species of black predatory anglerfish which, instead of a bait, it hunts in the night with night-vision, and takes prey by surprise.
  • Cuccet- A large sturgeon-like fish that evolved two separate but small side-jaws packed with serrated teeth useful for it's omnivorous diet of sea plants and sometimes even meat. They pertain scaly armor to protect it from predators.
  • Cochcuda- A barracuda-like fish and close relative to the jazacuda, having slender triangular bodies with the head at the point, small pectoral fins, a wide upper rear fin, a smaller anal fin with a pointed part at the edge, and a wide tail fin. They are not as swift as their relatives, but they make up for it by being scavengers that travel in schools.
  • Cometfish- A famous marlin-like game fish named not only for it's mirror-like slippery body that resembles the glow of a comet, but for the fact that it is the fastest swimmer in the AUU, going at a speed of 200 mph, using it's long nose for slicing through water, and it was alternately built for aerodynamic speed swimming in the water than it's OUU counterpart.
  • Colourfish- A pipefish-like fish of vibrant colors and are extremely large in schools around gigantic reefs.
  • Dilophe- A frilled fish similar in appearence to lionfish. Their frills have poisonous barbs, and they even come in handy when evading a hungry predator.
  • Dungfish- A species of roosterfish which is distinguished for having the lifestyle of a dung beetle. They feed on the leftover nutrients of aquatic animal dung, and carry it around.
  • Dereh- A flat-bellied fish that glides through the water like paper. It's wing-like fins allow it to steer while it's rear fins allow it to keep balance.
  • Dugga- A species of dragonet fish which comes in various dark colorations that make it the appearance of a dragon (Zewinsaur in AUU terms). They often hunt smaller fish or plankton.
  • Draee- A long, green and black moray eel at a length of 15 ft. Like sea snakes and other moray eels, it slithers through undersea openings searching for food. But when it's not at the sea floor, it wraps it's long body around fish and birds, and strangles them like an anaconda.
  • Eqpist- A fish-like sea horse that appears in hundreds of different species, appearing like a fish in an upright position. Like sea horses, males are the live-baring sex.
  • Fryfish- A pencilfish that looks like a French fry. They commonly eat plankton and algae, and some species are pollinating species.
  • Foilfish- A species of pearl perch which is known for having shiny scales that it often uses to blind predators. They are migratory fish that can be found all over the AUU oceans.
  • Flarefish- A transparent-finned glittery regal fish which is noted for it's shiny scales, it's beauty, and it's quick swimming speed.
  • Facilta- A fish similar to fusiliers. They are pollinating fish that hang out in coral reefs in several schools and feed on aquatic seeds and, if big enough, aquatic fruits.
  • Fgakenfish- A roosterfish-like fish that has a wide pointy-edged tail fins, long back and front legs, long pointed spines with curved structures on the tips, pointed pectoral fins, and are omnivorous. They are very aggressive fish that have been known to bite sentient beings.
  • Flogby- A flat goby-like fish with large flat pectoral fins, and are filter-feeding creatures, but they'll be willing to feed on dead meat.
  • Flasa- Prehistoric fish-like pisciformes that are somewhat almost gelatinous, and have the uncanny ability to emit a bright flash of light to escape from predators.
  • Flosh- A balloon-like giant fish that floats above the surface of water to feed on small flying animals, doing this with the use of a large hydrogen sac inside it's body. They come in 12 different species across the AUU.
  • Fuff- A brightly-patterned pufferfish that have mixed reactions to touch when puffed depending upon the species, though half have no response. There are over 80 species across the AUU.
  • Featherfish- A fish related to colourfish that look like a swimming feather, hence the name.
  • Fliish- A giant whale-like flying fish that hovers above the oceans of certain worlds scooping food from the air.
  • Grouger- A large fish similar to groupers, but croaks like a frog. It is an omnivore, and has a long sticky tongue used for catching fruits and other fish.
  • Gunfish- A red-and-black-striped archer fish which is known for having the same hunting mechanism, only it packs a punch as strong as a fire hose.
  • Gaste- A plump pufferfish with an abnormally large stomach. This stomach can actually come out of the mouth, and grab it's food, pull it back in, and digest it. The stomach can even inflate, scaring off predators.
  • Gargile- A pomfret-like fish which is noted for communicating by gargling noises. They have sacs on their faces similar to that of a bubble-eye goldfish, and they transfer air from their larynxes into these water-filled sacs which produce a gurgle sound for communication. The air released comes out from a tiny airlock mechanism in the sac.
  • Gurn- A species of spined eel-like gurnard fish. It has a large eel-like tail, and large pectoral fins, allowing it to glide through the water swiftly.
  • Goannafish- A shark-like lizardfish that actively hunts small sharks and fish. They also prey on sea mammals and sea reptiles.
  • Groose- A small porcupine-like pufferfish with a lethal poison.
  • Galob- A weird and transparent species of blobfish that is extremely rare and can only be found in deep trenches. Their blobbed nose is a sac that allows them to bellow a huge burst of sound that aggrivates predators. Especially under the water.
  • Girlfish- A species of damselfish where females are 10% bigger than the males in every species. These fish come in different colors and different sizes.
  • Goggor- A large seahorse-like creature that inhabits certain wetland worlds. They are aerial creatures that fly using wing-like structures and hydrogen sacs, and have the ability to defend itself using a acid-based defense mechanism. They have large vertical hoods that allow for catching wind, and they come in a dozen different species.
  • Gucone- A pineconefish-like fish known for retractable poisonous body spikes that it can expel like a porcupine, having a pinecone-like appearance, and are very dangerous to approach.
  • Giganysict- A large fish that evolved from fish similar to the extinct Leedsicthys. They are bony-armored fish that are well-protected in numbers, and are very passive, filling the niche of whales on several worlds.
  • Grout- An edible carp-sized trout and a hyperactive fish that has caused injuries during boating trips.
  • Huefish- A rainbow fish which ranges in color depending upon the species. Each individual has 3-4 different colors. Some are migratory fish, others are pollinating fish.
  • Holyfish- A species of angelfish which comes in thousands of species in different sizes and colors. Some are migratory, some are pollinators for sea plants.
  • Hipposce- A 4-limbed seahorse that evolved from lower forms of seahorses. They are usually called undertow fish because they spend most of their time walking on the sea floor. They had uncontrollable swim bladders that always made them float upward unless they used their webbed hands and webbed clawed feet to swim down and anchor themselves to the sea floor. Their swim bladders only shrank when they were eating to prevent them from getting cramps, which is a dangerous thing to happen to something underwater.
  • Jipper- A small kipper that is often found in schools of 300-500. They feed on small plankton and algae. They are even willing to feed on dead animals.
  • Jazacuda- A barracuda-like fish with a common difference which is two long pelvic fins. They are vicious large predators that are often responsible for attacks on sentient beings.
  • Jlounder- A flounder-like fish which actually managed to evolve to move sideways. They are commonly found on the sea floor camouflaged and waiting for prey. They come in 19 different species.
  • Khourse- A species of wrasse that feeds on small corals and sponges. They are migratory fish, and migration paths of these fish have been known to come in numbers of 300-855. Their migration can sometimes be seen over water.
  • Kelpus- A seadragon-like fish with long pectoral fins, kelp-like tendrils covering it's crusty body, and a small tail-like flipper. They commonly inhabit outback world oceans, primarily in rich kelp forests. They feed on small crustaceans and have rarely attacked sentient beings.
  • Kelpsker- A marine catfish noted for having seaweed-like whiskers used to lure in prey.
  • Kingdomfish- A small fish that can live in both freshwater and saltwater, and is named after it's ability to build large fortresses that can be as big as a building. They live in castes consisting of workers that build their home, soldiers which inject toxins into an intruder's bloodstream, and a queen that lays 50 eggs every day.
  • Laspe- A species of large mackerel-like fish which is noted for their quick and slippery swimming. Their fins have been specially built to allow them to swim at speeds of up to 40 mph, fast enough to elude a shark.
  • Leafgon- A seadragon-like fish that is large and lives in the biggest of kelp forests in the AUU.
  • Leele- A deep-dwelling eel-like fish with electroreceptive noses that feeds on invertebrates buried in the sea floor like worms, young holothurians and echinoderms.
  • Multin- A multi-finned fish that comes in different sizes depending on the species. This creature has 4 pectoral fins, 2 large dorsal fins, 2 pelvic fins, 4 anal fins, and a large tail fin. This evolution makes it a fast swimmer.
  • Mensterfish- A deadly deep-sea crusty fish that is neon-red in coloration, has yellow eyes, and is named after the Ehaexon animal because of similar aggression.
  • Nimp- A small fish the size of a beetle. Some species of nimp are parthenogenetic, able to reproduce without a mate. But others are uncapable of doing such a thing.
  • Navadine- A small frill-necked sardine which uses color-changing flapping frills to attract potential mates. Females have shorter frills that don't change color.
  • Needlis- A small needlefish-like fish that is much shorter and much smaller. It has big eyes, fins that are crescent, a short tail stalk, and a tail fin that is half-moon formed.
  • Ottas- A species of otter-like fish which evolved to be a terrestrial fish. Despite being able to walk on land, they can only stay for 5 minutes before needing rehydration.
  • Pifan- A species of toothed fish with fangs. In schools, they're deadly.
  • Pioneerfish- A dog-sized barracuda which hunts in packs and are named after their instinct to take risks when hunting. Schools often consist of 6-27 individuals all lead by a larger crested alpha male.
  • Pisc- An incredibly agile and slippery ray-finned fish with large wing-like back fins. They are almost like flying-fish, but they cannot glide in the air like them.
  • Prench- A species of tench which can be found in both salt and freshwater depending upon the species. They range in coloration and size.
  • Pricklyfish- A pipefish-like fish that has colored patterns and poisonous spines on it's back.
  • Quadfish- A scaly fish which has 4 spiny-ended fins that make it look like a quadruped, a shark-like fin on it's flat back, and a long tail-like rears.
  • Ratchetfish- A species of fish that is very similar to the hatchetfish, but it has a defense mechanism. It has a disc-shaped body and an ignition mechanism caused by a chemical reaction in water that can not only scare off prey, but release a foul stench to drive it off.
  • Regon- A regal-colored fish with long transparent fins, and a very slippery swimming speed. They are very shiny, and come in many sizes depending upon the species.
  • Redtooth- A predatory deep-sea fish related to whalefish-like fish. They have 6 pectoral fins with the frontal ones being longer, poisonous spines on it's back, two of them on dorsal fins, a forked tail fin, regenerative poisonous teeth, glowing red eyes, and some signs of red bioluminescence. They are dark-red in coloration as red hues in deep water are absorbed more efficiently and thus allows for easier camouflage. They are mainly solitary and are often apex predators.
  • Stringfish- A fish similar in appearance to the pencil fish. They range in size and color depending upon the species. Males back fins can be large and colorful to attract mates.
  • Sacfish- A species of fish similar to the barrel-eye fish. They are silvery fish with eye-like sacs below their real eyes which can inflate with air and make it look like a monster and scare predators away.
  • Sarcane- A species of marine piranha which, while being only 1ft long, they are formidable hunters that travel in schools of 31-50 individuals. They hunt like a pack of wolves, being lead by an alpha male.
  • Stapper- A species of snapper which is one of the many fish that pollinates sea plants. They are omnivores, eating both algae and dead animal meat. Some species are delectable foods.
  • Stean- A large effervescent shining fish with long wing-like fins and has the coloration of a whale shark.
  • Sarweon- A sturgeon-like fish distinguished for having the same scaly and bony armor, but it has whisker-like structures on the bottom of it's mouth, a sawfish-like rostrum on it's nose, a wider and longer tail, dorsal, pectoral, anal, and pelvic fins. They are migrating filter-feeding fish that are protected well by their armor.
  • Skyfish- A flying-fish-like fish that, unlike the actual flying fish, can actually fly as the result of it's wing-like fins being attatched to strong pectoral muscles. It has a narrow tail, a hatchetfish-like body, and transparent fins.
  • Sailoe- A small fish that is capable of living in both salt and fresh water in separate species. This fish has a high and flattish body from the sides, the back is dark-blue metal shining colored, the sides are blue, the bottom half of body is white, there are two back fins, one prickly and one soft, the unpaired fins are transparent, the pectoral fins are they are very wide and long, forms a semi-circle when opened, whitely, and the external edge of them is blue, the somatids of the pectoral fins are very strong, and their bases are strong and brawny. During active swimming the pectoral fins are folded and laid along a body. The head is very big, taking 1/3 of the general length of the fish, and the large eyes are in the top part of head. They swim slowly and are filter-feeders.
  • Screemeel- A large predatory eel found in marine environments and an apex predator noted for it frightening shriek. They are over 40ft long, and they consume anything that they find edible.
  • Scarefish- A rockfish-like deep-dwelling ochre-red fish that is named for it's remarkably bizarre appearance, retractable glowing teeth, a spiny poisonous dorsal fin, translucent fins, and bioluminescent lining spots on it's body.
  • Tzarfish- A lionfish which only has one colorful crown-shaped frill on top of it's head. They are used for mating display or for scaring off predators. If that doesn't work, it can inject poison with it's wing-like flippers.
  • Tromger- A lizard-like sea horse that is hermaphroditrous, having both reproductive organs so both mates are pregnant.
  • Thieffish- A species of threadfin fish that are fast swimmers that have specially-built fins that allow them to swim at up to 30 mph. They are the size of groupers, and they are named after their habit of using their serrated teeth to grab and steal meat from other predators like sharks.
  • Tumara- A species of rumora which can be found all over the AUU. They are amphibious fish which will be willing to attach itself to any organism, land or sea, and eat dead skin or parasites off of it.
  • Tongone- A long-tongued fish which uses it's long flexible tongue to feel and taste for food. They are slow swimmers that are found only on the sea floor to hide itself from predators.
  • Taruck- A species of spiny herring which is considered a grand delicacy. They are slick swimmers and they come in various species.
  • Tornua- A tuna-like fish which is noted for having upper streaks that range in color. They are filter feeders which eat plankton and algae.
  • Thate- A scat-like fish that has long pointed dorsal fins, similar other fins, but a straight pointed tail fin. They have shiny spots on their sides, and some species have a whisker-like structure on the bottom of their lips.
  • Tullet- A mullet-like fish that is a brawny and strong oceanic schooling fish. The tail stalk is short and rigid, the tail fin is crescent, there are dorsal fins: a prickly and peaked one marked with colored patterns for recognition, and a soft one, the pectoral fins are strongly shifted up for elevation and stability, the abdominal fins are narrow, the eyes are large, the mouth is toothless, the jaws are firm and meant to crush a firm carapace of a crustacean. The back is black, the belly is metal-shiny blue, along a side a silvery strip passes, and the iris of the eye is red. They eat crustaceans, cephalopods and smaller fishes.
  • Umbrafish- A fish that is unique for having wide transparent fins that can be folded to form a jellyfish-like dome, as well as bioluminescent photophores behind it's eyes. They use this to mimic poisonous jellyfish in order to avoid predation. However, they pose as fish when approached by predators that actually eat jellyfish.
  • Vacuumfish- An algae-sucker that can be found in fresh and salt water depending upon the species. They are often white or black with gray spots, and they suck algae off rocks like a vacuum cleaner.
  • Varpton- A tarpon-like fish that are very deadly predators that, despite not being fast swimmers, make up for it by hiding in secluded areas and sneaking up on it's prey, which is primarily cephalopods and/or fish.
  • Vipore- A predatory fish with a large head, wide mouth with visible recurved long teeth and big eyes, a long, high, and laterally compressed body a cresent-like triangular tail fin, a dorsal fin located approximately in the middle of the length of the fish, a silver-blue body covered with small black speckles. They are slick predatory swimmers that swarm across large schools of small fish feeding on them.
  • Virvel- A seahorse-like creature that levitates in the air, has glowing spotted brain cases, translucent wing-like structures, crested tails, can fire an armosis ability, has large crests, and an armored back. They are mostly native to alien waterworlds.
  • Weedfish- A kelpfish that makes it's home inside kelp forests inside sea trees and sea-shrubs. They have poisonous bites that defend them from things that come too close.
  • Wamong- A species of morwong that has sabre teeth. They feed on small fish and tiny sea mammals. Coming in different species, they often have different lifestyles.
  • Walkerfish- A species of hawkfish which is named after it's 4 tentacle-like fins that walk on the sea floor, and it grabs things with suction cups on the tips of the tentacles, and it uses them as limbs for grabbing and eating food.
  • Weedfish- A freshwater/marine catfish noted for having fins that look like kelp, and a kelp-like coloration, which is useful for camouflage for both defense and offense. There are 6 different species across the AUU.
  • Xilill- A fish species characterized by it's transparent body. It's organs are easily seen as well as it's brain, arteries, veins, capillaries, and nerves. This comes in different species ranging from the size of a butterfly fish to the size of a whale.
  • Xenofish- A type of alien fish widely known for having a tail like a mosasaur, yet are still stream-like and quick swimming. They mainly have alien-like multi-layered eyes capable of seeing efficiently underwater, and come in over a thousand species across the AUU.
  • Yorsh- A rabbitfish-like fish that has 6-split spines on it's frontal dorsal fin, a wide tail fin, a striped body, a spined anal fin, and are a very passive fish species. They come in a dozen different species across the AUU.
  • Zealic- A mudskipper-like fish that fills the same niche as seals, being large elephant-seal-sized amphibious fish that dwell on shores to avoid large predators.
  • Zaggerk- A descendant of extinct ichthyodectids, being able to survive in both freshwater and saltwater. They are very efficient solitary/group hunters. However, they are finicky eaters that evolved out of swallowing prey whole like it's ancestors as it caused prey to rupture organs when inside, and thus they evolved chewing mechanisms.
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  • Alyssya- A quadrupedal seahorse that can live on land and sea and live in land reefs, and has hairs on their backs that are stingers.

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Sarcopterygiians are more common in the AUU than in the OUU, where it is limited to the coelacanth and lungfish, but not as common as actinopterygiians. They are even developed to walk on land more than other AUU fish because of their limb-like fins, and they can survive on land much longer than any other fish.

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  • Arrowfish- An arrow-shaped fish which has small horns below it's nose for impaling the prey it charges into.
  • Balo- A shark-sized fish which has regenerative teeth. They are predatory and have a competition with sharks.
  • Ceelercont- A large bulky coelacanth that has tough armor-like scales, are very aggressive when not given space, and can also waddle on land temporarily with it's four limb-like fins.
  • Hankfish- A lobe-finned fish which has 2 squid-like structures on it's sides, and it paddles with it's long back fin.
  • Ocarden- A species of lungfish which is capable of walking like a Tiktaalik. They haven't evolved for millennia because their lifestyle is good enough for them to survive.
  • Porbin- A fast-swimming ray-finned coelacanth-like fish with a slippery way of eluding prey.
  • Roccon- A species of predatory sea lungfish which feeds on small sea mammals, fish, and small sea birds. Each species is silvery and have dark-blue streaks.
  • Snakeface- A lobe-finned fish similar to a blend between a snakehead and a Eusthenopteron prehistoric fish. They are elongated fish which commonly eat smaller fish.
  • Strutfish- A species of lobe-finned fish which had developed fins that can be functional as legs. They can breathe on land for only 10 minutes until needing rehydration.
  • Toogin- A large fish similar to coelacanths. They are graceful and slow swimmers, but don't be mistaken by that. They are much faster than they appear.
  • Xephyic- A Xiphactinus-like lobe-finned fish which has similar structure and similar appetite. They commonly eat smaller fish, small sea mammals, and small sea birds.
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Like all AUU fish, freshwater fish can survive in saltwater, but their preference is freshwater. In the AUU, sometimes there can be freshwater oceans, which is where freshwater fish can thrive more.

Jawless Fish/Armored Fish/Cartilaginous Fish

These three classes of fish are the same anatomy as their saltwater variants, but they prefer freshwater environments. Catfish are not of the ray-fin family because the ray-fin family became extinct and replaced with this version.

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  • Blendshark- A freshwater shark that has a camouflage-patterned back useful for blending into it's dank murky environment, and taking prey by surprise.

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  • Dinghyfish- A catfish that has long tentacle-like barbels used for handling and seizing prey, and dwells beneath the surface with it's large foldable dorsal fin. They are curious yet rather shy fish and can be very friendly when given the chance. They come in 15 different species across the AUU.

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  • Fresray- A freshwater ray that has vibrant blue coloration with central-focusing bright stripes, a spiny tail, and a long spike on the near-tip that makes the tail look like a flipper, and can regenerate. This is used for self-defense.
  • Flatsucker- An angel shark-like suckermouth fish that is commonly found in murky waters filter-feeding on the floors of rivers and lakes. They are passive creatures, but they will not hesitate to attack when it feels threatened.

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  • Gobblefish- A large catfish with mossy slimy lips, long vine-like whiskers, and a rock-like body that feeds by camouflaging as shelter.

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  • Jike- A pike-like fish similar in appearance to the saltwater jazacuda, but is in no way related. They are territorial fish that protect their turf by eating any that trespass or attacking anything bigger than itself. Their abdominal fins are red with black spots, useful for mating rituals and/or signaling in family packs.

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  • Kulgere- A large catfish that are commonly found near rivers and have the ability to swallow prey whole, hunting creatures bigger than themselves, having a large appetite, and has a similar niche to the crocodile.

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  • Lurkerfish- A catfish-like freshwater fish that looks like a shark, and is very closely related to them as a bullhead shark-like creature. They have coffee-black skin, white bellies and eye spots, two flat pointed dorsal fins with spines on the front and bordered with orange strips, a wide tail fin, long pectoral fins, and have black eyes with little white. They are camouflaged predators that have occasionally hurt sentient beings, but commonly eat small crustaceans and mollusks.

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  • Morelark- A long freshwater eel-like shark that has spotted and striped coloration, having a long mosasaur-like tail with a flat straight tail fin and dorsal fins, and a lizard-like appearance with pectoral and pelvic fins that look like lizard legs. They are murky hunters that camouflage themselves and take prey by surprise.
  • Murkfish- A large electric fish descended from electric-catfish-like creatures that swim in the deepest of wetlands across the AUU, hunting in large and murky swamps, able to deliver fatal shocks strong enough to knock even a sentient being unconscious, but for it's prey, the shock instantly kills them. It uses it's electrical abilities not just as a weapon, but also for electroreception to locate prey.

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Ray-finned fish are of the same anatomy of their saltwater versions, but prefer the environment of freshwater. They are less colorful due to the lack of bright colors in freshwater environments, unless for aposematic or courtship reasons.

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  • Algaefish- An urban freshwater/brackish carp fish that survives urban endangerment by having a symbiotic relationship with algae, giving it extra oxygen to survive in waters of reduced oxygen.

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  • Bilefish- A freshwater fish that uses it's own bile as a weapon, creating a toxic cloud to get away from and even kill predators. They come in 56 different species across the AUU.
  • Bleedfish- A carnivorous freshwater fish that is very aggressive and does not take kindly to curious interaction, as a single bite can cause massive blood loss. They come in 14 different species across the AUU.
  • Boastfish- A small danio fish that dwells in urban ponds and is invasive, having colorful males with larger fins, and gray females.

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  • Coinfish- A vivid golden cichid found in many deep freshwater environments in large schools, and are kept as popular and passively curious pets.
  • Cibber- A freshwater cyprinoid-like fish that is very common in many bodies of freshwater. They are very quick swimmers and easily shy against bigger creatures including swimmers and freshwater predators.
  • Clarp- A large solitary carp-like fish commonly found in several rivers. They are large fish that are as aggressive as hippos, and thus it is advised to not approach them. They come in 8 species all across the AUU.
  • Carnha- A monster-like piranha that has retractable, regenerative, and extendable teeth, are very passive-aggressive, but mostly aggressive, and have been subject of many movies. Some species can grow roughly the size of a human, and some species resort to cannibalism to survive. These qualities almost made this type of fish a superpredator.

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  • Eelid- A catfish-like freshwater fish with a slender snake-like body with spiny sides, a sea-snake-like end, a rough head and whiskers, and are very lashy fish that are widely-hunted freshwater game fish.

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  • Fangeon- A large fish that evolved from sturgeon-like fish and filled the niche of giant catfish-like creatures. While it's cousin the Cuccet would evolve to be a larger saltwater relative, this creature lives in shallow rivers looking for things to butcher with it's two newly-evolved side jaws turned into mandibles that cut through flesh like a saw. Like it's relative, it has scaly armor to protect it from predators.

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  • Goldenfish- A cichlid and the AUU goldfish which is roughly the size of a human hand, or come in smaller forms depending upon the breed/species. They come in 85 different species across the AUU.
  • Gulpfish- A large predatory perch which has a large mouth and consumes anything small enough for it to swallow inclusing smaller fish, tiny aquatic bird chicks, mollusks, and so on. They have transparent fins, a blue-and-black-striped coloration, and orange back fins.

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  • Needyus- An aggressive predatory gar-like freshwater fish native to several rainforest worlds. They are swift maneuverable predators that are also solitary and have electroreception to detect prey in the water.
  • Nopper- A freshwater fish which has a spiny frontal dorsal fin ending with a longer fin in the back, a long bottom fin, a triangular tail fin, two pelvic fins on their upper torsoes, and come in 56 different species.

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  • Ouybbler- A zebra-striped spiny fish that commonly appears in vast schools in the deepest of freshwater. They are curious and cautious creatures that have been known to approach swimmers, and form symbiotic relationships with predators by cleaning out the debris within their mouths.

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  • Pleet- A doctorfish-like fish that, like their OUU counterparts, are used in spas to eat the dead skin of sentient beings, as they are immune to many sicknesses due to their strong immune systems. They had 5 dorsal fins with large spines in the front, and 4 pectoral fins, the front ones being like wings, and the other two are shorter.

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  • Qorgot- A freshwater fish with a black, red, and white tail fin, a long back fin, a green or gray body, 2 body fins, and two pectoral fins. It is a fish that evolved closely from saltwater fish, and thus is inedible to sentient beings as it contains ciguatera, a poison of which most animals, including sentient ones, are immune to.
  • Qoi- A koi-like fish that are common for their fire-like coloration ranging from red, orange, yellow, gold, brown, white, and many others. Some species are bioluminescent. These fish are used for decorative purposes and are commonly found in garden pools and many ponds.

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  • Shaggyfish- A freshwater goby that has translucent fins, a striped orange body, and are good at camouflage, using lures to catch their prey. They come in 71 different species across the AUU.
  • Stinker- A catfish-like trout with the ability to release a milky cloud of putrid chemicals to horde off predators and make quick escapes. When captured, they can squirt this as an acidic weapon and make a quick retreat back into the ocean.

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  • Ueep- A freshwater fish commonly-distinguished for it's vast numbers. They are very shy and very elusive swimmers, as well as being aggressive to other fish. They have silver shiny bodies, and some of the hundreds of species are actually edible.

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  • Xoldroc- A freshwater relative of anglerfish. They are 5ft ambush feeders that will feast on whole schools of fish using their large naturally-stretching mouths. They had large mosasaur-like tails, large dorsal fins, 6 pectoral fins, and a spiny back.

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Lobe-finned fish, like all others, are not as common as ray-finned fish, but in the expansive AUU, there are more than the OUU coelacanth and lungfish. Freshwater lobe-finned fish are able to live on land full-time.

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  • Burnfish- A freshwater lobe-finned fish that has the ability to heat up it's body with chemical glands within it's pores that react to it's body heat. They come in 35 different species across the AUU.

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  • Grimefish- A freshwater lobe-finned fish that mimics slime and grime in order to lure prey looking for shelter into it's mouth, having ray-fins, and two long structures on it's lower body.

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  • Hyphus- A Hyneria-like predatory freshwater fish that is a long and powerful hunter that is capable of retreating onto land with highly-developed fins to catch their prey.

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  • Jumpfish- An amphibious fish found on multiple worlds where water can be found virtually anywhere. They can leap at high altitudes to move out of the water and can survive on land in 5 days as long as they rehydrate. They come in 500 different species across the AUU.

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  • Moddle- A frog-like amphibious fish that can climb onto the surface and jump large heights to get to another body of water, yet must still be hydrated in time. They come in 17 different species across the AUU.

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  • Pirahdon- A large crocodile/piranha-like freshwater lobe-finned fish that is known for it's long crocodile-like tail, it's two pairs of flippers, it's ability to strip flesh in seconds, and for coming in three different species that range in size. They are vicious freshwater carnivores that have caused a wide number of injuries to sentient beings. They almost fill the niche of crocodiles on various worlds.
  • Potfish- A freshwater lobe-finned fish known to have patterned ray fins, spiny fins on their bottom, and a chamber-like mouth where it actually digests it as the stomach is a part of the mouth, and even keep their eggs within it for protection. They come in 15 different species across the AUU.

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  • Weedrey- A predatory angler-like lungfish that has a camouflaged body of seaweed-like crested backs, rocky-like skin, and an angler lure identical to a bioluminescent lampweed.

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Mollusks

Land Mollusks

Gastropods

  • Vacuudon- A large serpent-like bat-winged gastropod similar to the Star Wars space slugs. These creatures are among the many animals capable of surviving in the vacuum of space, and hang out in asteroids where they consume the minerals inside. They are also carnivores, eating any wandering ships that take shelter inside their asteroid.
  • Slog- An average slug-like gastropod common in a thousand different species, and having an extendable stomach that acts like a frog's tongue.
  • Malbocer- A 2-legged desert-dwelling snail with a large spiked shell and clawed toes. They are fast runners and travel in groups, eating insects and plants.
  • Camet- A camel-like snail which hangs out in deserts just like the far-related Malbocer. These creatures actually eat Malbocers, however, as well as nectar and spores.
  • Jrail- A one-legged gastropod commonly found in desert environments. They adapted from a water-reliant common gastropod into one with chameleon-like eyes, lizard-like scales, a single hopping foot with three toes, and they modified their radulae to cope with desert-conditioned plants.
  • Gastmomp- A gastropod best noted for it's ability to throw it's stomach out of it's mouth and use it as a net to catch prey and pull it back in to digest it. They come in 51 different species across the AUU.
  • Woogy- A bipedal snail that takes the niche of ostriches on many worlds, a colorful shell, and can run 60 mph.
  • Stalkeng- A quadrupedal gastropod with stalk eyes and a quick running speed.

Cephalopods

  • Dragigog- Amphibious aerial squids of hundreds of species that can be found on endless invertebrate worlds.
  • Pmythapus- A plesiosaur-like octopus which had 4 tentacles that look like flippers, and has a squid-like head. They were very passive creatures, yet knew how to defend themselves from predators with their venom.
  • Gigantasquid- A 5-meter-tall species of land-dwelling squid that evolved from aquatic squids. They have 10 tentacles, 2 being prehensile, and 8 being legs. They move relatively slow with these 8 legs. They are omnivorous creatures that eat fruits and prey. They communicate through vocal sacs on their heads.
  • Squiidii- An acrobatic squid that has 4 long tentacles and 4 short ones. Being relatively medium-sized, they are incredibly acrobatic due to no skeleton and unlimited flexibility. They have human-sized brains and eye stalks that allow them to swing rapidly through the trees like a monkey.
  • Zyphra- A mushroom-mimicking cephalopod which is mobile and traps insects onto it's sticky top which digests and melts it, and it absorbs it's nutrients.
  • Amthail- A land squid which is known for crawling on 7 flat tentacles while the last one acts like a scorpion tail, with suction cups containing poisonous barbs that inject a deadly neurotoxin to anything it smacks or attaches itself to.
  • Zacate- A land-dwelling octopus which hangs out in swampy areas. They have 4 flat tentacles and 4 long tentacles, use color-change for mating rituals or as warnings to stay away to avoid their poisonous bites, and they raise their young inside secluded dark areas to protect them from predators.
  • Jamaldis- A predatory cephalopod which dwells on the land and actually mimics a land coral. It then uses it's net-like tentacles to scoop up bugs and eat them. They are rather slow in mobility, but they do have a poisonous bite.
  • Sbwoll- A snail-like nautiloid that takes the niche of gastropods on many worlds across the AUU. They have tentacles on their frontal bodies, colorful snail-like shells, and could be found on both land and sea. They came in hundreds of different species across the AUU.
  • Scandopus- An arboreal octopus that evolved away from the water and into the trees, being an adaptive tree-dweller that protects it's young with acrobatic and unlimited flexibility.
  • Grasptrap- Often called a 'Trapperpod', this is a mud-dwelling multi-eyed octopus with 20 taloned tentacles, and dwells within mud and strikes when anything enters the mud that it inhabits, taking it by surprise, drowning it in the mud, and consuming it.
  • Grophlod- A small squid with a rock-like head that disguises itself as a rock while filter-feeding nutrients from the ground.
  • Hermpus- A terrestrial beach-dwelling shelled octopus that crawls out of the ocean on islands on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Pengrimp- A penguin-like xenosquid that takes their niche, having six flippers, three powerful jaws, and hunt in groups.
  • Piscid- A cephalopod that evolved the shape and color of fish and often take up their niche in over 100 million species.
  • Saccalid- An amphibious octopus that has 4 lung sacs on it's back, two eye stalks, six tentacles and two opposable longer tentacles.
  • Blisis- A terrestrial cave-dwelling cephalopod that consumes unsuspecting prey by seizing it with it's tentacles, walks via spider-like legs, and is protected by a hard nautiloid shell.
  • Braiiley- A telepathic aerial octopus that uses telepathic shockwaves to knock out and consume it's prey.
  • Cephalfly- A giant aerial squid that has large streamline wing-like flippers, stalk eyes, a multi-jaw mouth, and a scaly rear.
  • Riwor- A serpentine burrowing cephalopod that takes the niche of earthworms on certain worlds across the AUU.

Others

  • Blastadont- A two-legged amphibious cephalopod that catches prey by firing corrosive ink from it's face.
  • Cephdon- A predatory xenomollusk with a salamander body and a squid head of tentacles for chelicera.
  • Gelatongue- A hexapedal cephalopod with a stomach of a starfish, as it's able to throw it out and eat it's prey.
  • Walmay- A centipede-like nudibranch which dwells in land reefs containing hundreds of land corals. They are very colorful and tough to spot for it, yet they are defenseless from predators, only able to gain shelter inside certain land corals to reproduce.
  • Sqoger- Starfish-like cephalopods that are normally common on dried up former ocean worlds, having 6 flexible arms that have small tentacles that probe the arid surface of their home planets for signs of water, and drink them up into a cauldron-like chamber within them to store them for travel, bloating up in the process.
  • Scerthid- Leech-like invertebrates that are actually related to slugs, as they now evolved into near-arthropods. They have fleshy appendages on their sides that can turn into wings, allowing them to jump and fly varying distances. They may attack in large groups and are very versatile in moving and flying, as well as using a signature attack within their caste-based colonies.

Sea Mollusks

Gastropods

  • Gnail- The alternate version of snails. They have serrated and tough swirling shells, 3 eye stalks, and a long spiked tail.
  • Argis- An abalone snail with a spiked shell, one eye stalk, and a short spiked tail.
  • Corpet- A limpet snail similar to the Fissurellidae species. A single eye stalk pops out of the hole, and it has long spiked tentacles that allow it to hover across the sea floor.
  • Tegass- A large UFO-shaped snail with clawed tentacles protruding from it's underside. It propels itself like an octopus, and it's head pokes out on the top of it's UFO-shaped shell. It has 3 eye stalks, and it hunts efficiently.
  • Escot- A sea slug with large transparent pink flippers used for flying through the water gracefully. They have 3 eye stalks, a large finned and spiked tail, and large spines on it's back.
  • Argloo- An armoured sea slug with pores that spray a stinky ink that draws away predators.
  • Doifun- A spotted conch snail with a spike-edged shell, an enlongated snout, and 5 eye stalks.
  • Trelk- A large whelk snail with a spiral-pointed shell with retractable spikes, 2 eye stalks, and a long spiked tail.
  • Lorcar- A heliconellid snail with a spiked shell, 3 eye stalks, and a tail that produces electricity.
  • Sgluce- A butterfly-like sea slug with large flourescent translucent flippers, 5 eye stalks, a bizarre mouth, and a long spiked tail.
  • Natae- A free-swimming snail-like creature that has a flat discoid shell, a mantle that turned into a swim bladder, an air-sucking tube on the top for keeping buoyancy, and three-lobed legs turned into wing-like structures for swimming freely. The body is translucent, the shell is mostly blue, and it has yellow spots on it's wing-like structures.
  • Brainble- A gastropod that breaths through filtering coral-like tubes, and reproduces through sacs on it's back that become polyps that float around and grow up.

Cephalopods

  • Iobrog- A cephalopod that is an invasive species that can grow up to ten meters, but are normally small. They are scavenging one stalk-eyed pests that can normally be found crawling in sewers, junkyards, and can even come out through toilets.
  • Cushtish- A cuttlefish that has the same niche of fish on multiple worlds across the AUU. They come in hundreds of different species, ranging from the size of an average fish to the size of a whale.
  • Hempus- A parasitic cephalopod which is small enough to act like a leech, sucking blood from marine creatures as big as a whale. Some species can be found in wetlands or swamps, and are used in medical services.
  • Picktus- A cephalopod which is known for acting like cleaner shrimp, cleaning out and consuming the decaying matter of large marine animals.
  • Koralar- A color-changing squid-like octopus with 14 tentacles, 2 of them longer than the others. The longest tentacles are used for grabbing prey.
  • Shakryo- A shelled ammonite similar to nautiloids. It has 8 tentacles, 4 long, and 4 broad. The broad tentacles on the rear are used for walking and paddling, whereas the long ones on the front are used for grabbing sea fruits and fish.
  • Chrusin- A giant predatory squid with the ability to change color like most cephalopods. They had a highly powered central nervous system which allow it to display a large array of pigment. They use this ability to lure prey, protect itself, and even for mating.
  • Gotryne- A squid with retractable spiked suction cups on their 8 tentacles, as well as their 2 longest tentacles, for impaling prey, and has 4 large eyes.
  • Pyin- A squid-like octopus with head flippers, long tentacles, and can squirt a stinky ink to stur away predators.
  • Uribe- A large cuttlefish with 8 tentacles, and 2 longer ones. They even have a head with large transparent flaps that make it look like a monster, which it will use to scare off predators.
  • Noonan- A nautiloid with a swirled and spiked shell, and a red streaked coloration. They have much longer tentacles, and their eyes poke out of it's shell.
  • Orthum- An orthocone ammonite that evolved from the long surviving orthocones from the Ordovician Period.
  • Endorco- A type conch-shelled ammonite with 6 long skinny tentacles and eyes protruding from the sides of it's shell.
  • Duclon- A species of Actinoceridae ammonite which evolved from the Paleozoic Actinocerids. They had a straight blunt shell, 10 long tentacles, and large eyes.
  • Fajnor- A vampire squid with dark red eyes, spiked and webbed tentacles, and a fast swimming speed.
  • Boopus- A species of brightly-colored octopus that is noted for it's inflatable head. They have a deadly poison in it's bite that it uses for hunting and defense.
  • Conca- A spiral-shelled octopus which is commonly found slithering on land. They behave like coconut crabs, feasting on large fruits and even sea fruits underwater with it's 4 long tentacles and it's 4 flat-tipped tentacles used for grabbing things. They can only survive on land for an hour.
  • Syphab- A species of translucent squid noted for it's eye stalks, and 8 long tentacles with suckers that evolved into bioluminescent glue glands to attract fish and eat them.
  • Lukara- A predatory squid that is called the 'Angler Squid' for it's 2 long tentacles evolving into hunting mechanisms. One tentacle is a bioluminescent lure, the other has a poisonous barb for killing prey. They come in many different species.
  • Trapus- A species of hydra-like octopus which buries it's worm-like head in the ground and mimics a sea anemone or a sea flower. They wait for prey to enter it's range, and it traps it and eats it.
  • Sacquid- A deep-water squid-like creature with a very soft, translucent body covered by a slime layer, where internal organs are visible. The fins are heart-shaped, the body is wide, the eyes are big, silvery and dark blue shining, there are tiny luminous organs as numerous dots on the body. They are commonly found in deep waters hunting fish.
  • Aglechor- A blood-sucking squid that is an infamous aquatic parasite that uses it's color-changing ability to it's advantage. It feeds on blood like a tick, camouflages it's body to blend in with the parasite, and even removing the parasite itself has been known to spook people.
  • Dragsqore- A mosasaur-like squid that has a beak-like front, 4 flippers. and it's head is turned into a long tail-like flipper useful for maneuverable and agile steering while swimming and feeding on smaller mollusks and fish. Many species are bioluminescent, primarily the deep-sea-dwelling ones.
  • Balqhior- A whale-like squid that has two limb-like flippers on it's side, a whale-like beak in it's front, and it's head has been turned into a makeshift body. They are filter-feeders that feed on both plankton and small crustaceans.
  • Bruqorus- A whale-like squid that has 6 limb-like flippers on it's sides, a thick arrow-shaped head turned into a makeshift body, while the beak, like other fish-niche cephalopods, have jaw-arms called digibrachia, which, unlike true jaws, don't bite or chew as their function is purely defensive and hydrodynamic as it has multiple fingers that pick up prey. In this species, they're much larger, allowing for wider reach, but like all others, it has to be retracted to avoid damage from drag or from predators.
  • Glowqore- A deep-sea bioluminescent whale-sized squid that dwells in deep-sea climates. Commonly called the 'Spaceship Squid' because of looking similar in appearance to a spaceship, having window-like bioluminescent spots, 4 flippers on it's sides, a glowing mouth, a humpback, and green eyes.
  • Wava- A species of squid that actually consist of 4 species that share the same evolutionary chain that managed to survive through mass extinctions. One species looks like a kite, another looks like a ray with small leg-like flipper, another looks like a sea lion, and the last looks like a blend between a seal and a sea-lion, all of which have a beak in it's front and their heads as makeshift bodies. They are filter feeders.
  • Oöläpod- A shelled octopus that is a bottom-dwelling scavenger common in fast-flowing streams and shallow marine environments. As adults, these creatures rarely use jet-propulsion or the buoyancy of their shells to swim, but instead rely on their powerful tentacles for locomotion. Because of their ability to crawl against the pull of a current, they are also able to climb against the pull of gravity, and so are often seen crawling though the soggy grass, on the way from one river to another.
  • Buid- A balloon-like squid that can inflate it's head to manipulate it's buoyancy and scare off predators.
  • Polypus- A cephalopod that protects itself from predation by mimicking a polyp and feeds on the nutrients of the sea floor.
  • Hermcarid- A bottom-dwelling cephalopod with a spiral shell, four flipper-like tentacles, two opposable tentacles, and two Anomalocaris-like toothed tentacles. They eat other bottom-dwelling creatures.
  • Parsiqid- A parasitic small squid that act like leeches feeding off the blood of it's host while camouflaging with color-changing abilities.
  • Scrubbux- A squid with a flattened bottom that feeds on nutrients on the sea floor while two opposable tentacles act for handling things.
  • Spotta- A cephalopod with bright colorful spots on it's head that warn of toxicity, have flippers on it's head, and four clawed tentacles.
  • Strongopus- A muscular octopus that has small stingers on it's head and feeds on anything it can fight off and stomach.
  • Weedilus- A cephalopod with a spiral shell coated with algae for camouflage, four tentacles and four opposable clawed tentacles.
  • Whique- A giant whale-like squid that takes the same niche and 6 flippers.
  • Wingsquid- A manta ray-like squid that has large head flippers and stinging hairy tongues.
  • Wongid- A squid that has long seaweed-like tentacles that allow it to lure in it's prey.
  • Sqloop- A parasitic liquivorous octopus of many sizes that feeds on sap or blood of large animals, specifically sharks or other predatory fish, as well as other parasites.
  • Aeropod- A nautiloid octopus whose shell is actually buoyant allowing the creature to float on the surface and seize hapless prey.
  • Anomalo- A patterned squid with two dextrous longer main tentacles that comes in 87 different species.
  • Crymuid- A crystal-like squid that swims like a spaceship and sucks prey in with a vacuum beak.
  • Schquid- A large whale-sized fish-like squid that hunts in the darest nights of it's habitat.
  • Squeer- An aquatic predatory cousin of the riwor that rests on beaches or lurks in the water catching prey.
  • Symbopus- A buoyant evolutionary cousin of the aeropod that harbors a symbiotic relation with growing life on it's spiral shell while still hunting prey.
  • Zigger- A miniature orthocone with a drill-shaped shell.

Others

  • Craiton- A green, blue, and purple chiton with a tough shell lined with large poisonous spikes that can cause paralyzation and even death.
  • Lugun- A type of snake-like nudibranch with a slender body, long extensions on it's body, and a bizarre coloration depending upon the species. They have 10 eye stalks, and an extended snout.
  • Beil- A nudibranch with bioluminescent extensions that allow it to see in the dark, as well as blend with the bioluminescent corals and anemones on the sea floor to avoid predators.
  • Izhudust- A shellfish that formed a coral anatomy and a symbiosis with the algae, having two tube siphons and fans of flat pinkish tentacles like a plant.
  • Maunucle- A carnivorous and defensive barnacle with a sharp retractable proboscis tongue.
  • Pigganus- A large carnivorous mussel that snaps shut on any creature that disturbs it's pearl-like egg in it's mouth.

Cnidarians

Land Cnidarians

Jellyfish

  • Aerozote- A jellyfish noted for being commonly found in land reefs and various other wet environments. They are aerial fliers that fly using multiple hydrogen sacs within their bodies. They come in hundreds of species across the AUU.
  • Ballooyx- An aerial-dwelling jellyfish which has the shape of a hot air balloon, and drifts across the skies of land coral planets and lays their polyps on the ground, where these polyps would develop into flying.
  • Bouyqon- A cnidarian distinguished for being like a bouyant balloon. They are filter feeders that stick onto surfaces and consume the rich amounts of microbes found inside. It can stick onto any surface and can even make boulders and other objects buoyant in the water, and they come in 3 different species. One of them is like the size of a balloon, while one is colossal and sticks to the bottom of large pieces of earth and turning them into floating islands. Some scientists have used these creatures to create floating islands for large cities.
  • Blobo- Flying balloon-like cnidarians that have large sacs on their tops that are heated by the warm air around them, and have long stinging tentacles which they use to scout across their forest homes and catch food.
  • Cneeis- A tree-like jellyfish that evolved from a polyp form and became a short tree-like structure that can be found on land and sea. They come in 65 different species across the AUU.
  • Heevil- A small blue eusocial land jellyfish that lives in small foamy hives on the ground and are known to be often hostile depending upon the 18 species across the AUU.
  • Coolcus- A giant jellyfish that is roughly the size of a space ship or space cruiser, has a small dangling tentacle on it's bottom, has a transparent head, and is often motionless and resides in water and on land in the air, but it is a living creature that has a symbiotic community within it. It comes in 69 different species across the AUU.

Corals

  • Photoplantaedon- A type of land coral that evolved to live on land, and evolve just like plants. They are mobile creatures that use their fan-like structures to absorb sunlight, and execute photosynthesis. Having a heart that can pump carbon dioxide in and oxygen out. They use their root-like tentacles to slowly move across the ground, and dip themselves near water.
  • Foron- A land anemone which had evolved to eat bugs and birds with it's stingers. It grabs it's prey, shocks it to death, and eats it through it's bottom-mounted mouth.
  • Orishen- A stalky land coral which evolved from aquatic twig-like corals. They formed a symbiotic relationship with algae by sprouting leaf-like structures containing algae, benefiting both species.
  • Pathorna- A pillar-coral-like carnivorous land coral which has retractable thorns like a cactus. It is a liquivore that lures large animals with a fruit-like bulb on top of it's 30ft stalk. When an animal climbs up, it impales the prey with it's thorns, which act like a syringe that sucks it's juices inside. When it's done, it withdraws it's thorns and the prey lies lifeless.
  • Vaintall- A species of land coral which looks like a barrel. They have formed a flower-like structure, which is called a 'nemon' in AUU biology, that sprouts stems that hold floating seed-like structures that land on the ground and develop into land polyps and mature.
  • Ingrard- A species of tree-like land coral which is known for it's retractable leaf structures that are filled with symbiotic algae, giving it sugars to eat.
  • Gajjiti- A stalk-like land crinoid coral which stands over 12ft tall and looks like a street light. In fact, they are used in the exact same way on certain worlds. The anemone-like structure on the tip contains bioluminescent algae which point upward during the day, and provide light for the entire night.
  • Fungweed- A land coral that shares a symbiotic relationship with fungi in the same way trees do.
  • Vociki- A tree-like land anemone which has green stingers that are both protective to the organism and photosynthetic. They support themselves through stalk-like structures like a tree, and dangling glowing stingers below protect it's bottom area.
  • Coralam- Bizarre short and squatty creatures related to cnidarians that support themselves on a scaly slithering pedestal platform under three legs, gliding around it's preferred moist surroundings of dried former ocean worlds, also having an upper mouth, chemically sensing prey as it mimics a plant with it's color-changing tongue, waiting for prey to be lured in so it can be consumed.
  • Soncean- A kind of stinger grass related to anemone that can be found sticking out of water across many worlds in the AUU. They come in 160 different species.
  • Whaopace- A land sea fan that has a deep coloration, is wrinkly in it's fan, and can often be poisonous depending upon the 186 species across the AUU.
  • Elegoid- A sea-fan-like land coral that is very bioluminescent, having a glowing orange fan and an orange stalk. It basks in the morning sky, and it shares a symbiotic relationship with algae.
  • Lureiss- A dark amphibious stinger grass that has a dark coloration and a neon-glowing tip that stings anything it touches. When stinging something, it takes a bit of their flesh as food. There are over 260 different species across the AUU.
  • Bunchee- A small stinger grass that lives on both land and sea, evolved into a coral-like structure and has bioluminescent tips, some of which are used to eject spores, and act as pitcher traps for prey. They come in 78 different species across the AUU.
  • Branchicle- An amphibious coral that has a symbiosis with both aquatic phytoplankton and algae that allow it an omnivorous diet.
  • Coraltree- A tree-sized land coral that either filter feeds with spongey structures or consumes prey with stinging structures.
  • Inktose- A giant purple bunch of amphibious spongey coral that defends itself by expelling an irritative ink like an acidic bomb.
  • Poidicle- A tree-like colorful land anemone that seizes insects and birds with it's multiple retractable stinging tentacle mouths.
  • Seawemone- An amphibious stinger tentacle that defends itself with it's stings while feeding on any nutrients in it's reach.
  • Toffo- A land coral stalk that produces a putrid odor in it's dark-magenta sack to ward off predators.

Sea Cnidarians

Jellyfish

  • Jeller- Also called 'Jellen' by many others, this is the most common sea cnidarian in the AUU, having multiple forms, commonly appearing with visible organs within it's gelatinous head, shapeshifting stinger tentacles, and come in thousands of different species and colors, some being edible.
  • Bubblefish- A jellyfish that comes in hundreds of sizes, forms, and species, artificially bred as air support for creatures whose worlds have flooded and have evolved on their own using the air within for buoyancy.
  • Blorus- A weird species of jellyfish with a gelatinous bottom used for capturing prey.
  • Boxata- A type of box jellyfish with a sting that causes fatal sickness.
  • Jellyweed- A polyp that lives on the ground and feeds on plankton and releases spores through the holes on their tips. They come in over 10,000 species across the AUU.
  • Jeray- A stingray-like cnidarian that has poisonous flesh that kill any who eat it, and it has bioluminescent abilities to light it's way, ward off predators, and identify itself to it's own kind.
  • Nurglar- A sea nettle jellyfish with a sparse coloration depending upon the species.
  • Phloepterum- A butterfly-shaped bioluminescent jellyfish with large graceful flippers, long stingers on it's bottom, spines with glowing tips, and a fluorescent coloration depending upon the species.
  • Baphloe- A balloon-shaped jellyfish with long stingers, a balloon-shaped body, and a fluorescent coloration.
  • Crypon- A sea nettle jellyfish with 6 long antennae on it's body.
  • Lunarx- A type of moon jelly with the ability to change the color of their bodies.
  • Chrodusa- A rainbow-colored jellyfish that has long bioluminescent antennae on it's head, as well as 10 fluorescent stingers that are not lethal.
  • Bucord- A giant jellyfish with long stingers that can instantly kill anything it stings.
  • Polija- A giant 10ft long floating jellyfish. It is actually made up of smaller jellyfish that play major roles. Some form sails that allow the creature to cruise around the water, some are filled with carbon monoxide and keep the creature afloat, and others catch prey underwater.
  • Cnidroom- A mushroom-like polyp that evolved to life a full life as such. It is a creature with a large bulky support on the bottom, and a bioluminescent transparent dome above which gives it the shape of a mushroom. They are predatory creatures that consume whatever enters the mouth on the top of it's dome, luring prey through smell.
  • Gellstalk- A jellyfish-like thread-like bottom-dwellers that provide air for semi-aquatic animals in exchange for pollinating it's small spores which it spreads across the sea floor until they grow into polyps.
  • Chquid- A giant squid-like jellyfish that has 8 long stinging octopus-like tentacles, are highly bioluminescent, blue, and translucent, large alien-like eyes, and are powerful and slick predators.
  • Colurcle- A weird column-like alien jellyfish with three brains, and thus a highly-active metabolism, senses, and can sense their environment very efficiently, do multiple tasks at once, and avoid predation, yet the smaller young are easily vulnerable.
  • Stallastinger- A hanging jellyfish-like creature that is very hazardous, spawning mainly in caves or other vertical surfaces, hanging with deadly stingers that can deliver near-fatal poisonous stings. They come in thousands of different species across the AUU.
  • Fhoolyd- A polyp that has taken the niche of a coral along with many others on many waterworlds. They are transparent, expel spores, wastes, and suck in food with it's top hole, and comes in over 200 different species across the AUU.
  • Caplly- A giant siphonophore that is a tame gentle creature with a bulky buoyant body that can be walked on and bioluminescent retractable stinging tentacles meant for seizing prey.

Corals

  • Chomone- A carnivorous anemone which has the ability to use it's highly-evolved stingers to shock fish, and sucks the prey inside it's central mouth, where it digests it from the inside.
  • Ratanaka- A species of yellow, green, and blue zoanthid which is similar to a small polyp, and are sometimes mobile. They have tentacles that are attracted to animals due to it's concentration of static electricity, which is not as lethal a shock being up to 10 volts.
  • Bubbiler- A species of organ pipe coral which is known for being photosynthetic with it's leaf-like structures containing algae. The tubes serve as exhaust pipes for the air byproduct to rise up to the surface as bubbles.
  • Corchale- A bioluminescent stalk coral which has 4 colorful spots on it's body that are red, yellow, green, and blue. They light up and sprout horn-like structures on top of it's flat head to scare off creatures that actually eat coral.
  • Bloomba- A barrel-shaped spiky orange coral which can be found on land and at sea. They are known for their rubber-like bodies and their poisonous spines. When an animal tries to eat it, it scares it off by engorging twice it's size rapidly.
  • Banaphyne- A sea fan which has a lot of villi-like hairs that are considered relaxing to the touch. These corals are often adapted to both land and sea.
  • Shobalse- A species of predatory anemone which is shaped like a dandelion seed head with dark-purple stingers covered in digestive sticky juices. When a fish adapted to anemones enters, it gets stuck, and the tentacles actually activate a stinging mechanism that even the fish isn't used to. It dies and the juices digest it, and the tentacles absorb it's nutrients.
  • Gorffella- A species of bamboo coral which is noted for it's hair-like structures and the puffy structures on it's tips. They come in a variety of sizes.
  • Qualite- A coral which is like an anemone, but not carnivorous. Their tentacles are meant to be cleaning digits for fish to scrape off spores, seeds, and algae for it to eat.
  • Momedar- A species of anemone which is known for being a filter-feeder, eating small plankton. Their tentacles detract into it's body when disturbed.
  • Steek- An anemone that camouflages itself as kelp and stings and consumes anything that enters it's stinging tentacles. They come in over 2,500 different species across the AUU.
  • Cirock- A rock-like coral that comes in many different colors, shapes, sizes, and forms. There are over 600,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Soosh- An stingerless anemone known to suck anything close into a trap and digest it from the inside, luring with it's bioluminescent ring-like lips. There are over 680 different species across the AUU.
  • Vookle- A small bulbous coral that comes in bunches, reproduces rapidly, and can be found scattered all over the sea floors of waterworlds, and come in different forms. There are over 500 different species across the AUU.
  • Wheefe- A table coral that lays in bunches on the sea floor, and is commonly known for having a white coloration and a colored center. There are 17 different species across the AUU.
  • Brainweed- A carnivorous anemone that looks like a holed brain coral and seizes creatures that stray too close through stinging tentacles in the holes.
  • Sroomal- A mushroom-like coral that feeds by absorbing the nutrients from animals that touch it or by filter feeding.
  • Stingweed- A seaweed-like anemone that form fields and feed by stinging and digesting anything that approach it.
  • Tubitrose- A photosynthetic bunch of coral stalks covered in holes that filter and release bubbles.
  • Bryobranch- A crusty coral that has tubes that eject stinging tentacles and structures that kill and digest prey before retracting their structures.
  • Bubichoke- A crusty large anemone with multiple mouths and stinging tongues useful for consuming prey.
  • Bushemone- A shrub-like anemone on a bulbous stalk that sting any prey that swim into it.
  • Crongee- A thin coral that has a complex maze of thin branches on a stalk, and a popular decorative coral in aquariums.
  • Cupmome- A cup-like anemone filled with stinging tentacles.
  • Cweept- An anemone with a long single stinging tentacle that seizes it's prey and drags it into it's stalk mouth.
  • Fangrid- A flat tree-like sea fan that can change color.
  • Fillibree- Long tentacles of rowed palm stingers that snap shut to sting and consume prey.
  • Gunglegymone- A bizarre anemone made up of bushes of retractable stringers and a stalk that forms a series of twisting thick tubes and branches.
  • Migraina- A gigantic brain coral that filter feeds and comes in different sizes and species.
  • Petorea- A flower-like anemone that snap on prey, but do not clamp larger creatures, and digest and kill them with stingers.
  • Ploouy- A stalked brain coral that has blue bubble-like structures and filter feeds with them.
  • Tanglemone- A much broader but more soft relative of the gunglegymone that is relatively harmless and can grow more rapidly.
  • Tuboid- A brain coral with tubes that expel bubbles from the symbiotic algae in it's body.
  • Treemone- A large tree-like anemone with bushes of stinging tentacles.
  • Troid- A softer relative of the treemone that is relatively harmless.
  • Veen- Tree-like and vent-like coral tubes that has an algae stomach and releases oxygen bubbles from it's vents.
  • Whhapa- A wilder cousin of the bubichoke that has stinger tentacle teeth, have broader mouths, and appear more like a bush.

Echnioderms

Land Echinoderms

Starfish

Urchins

  • Urcklin- A giant land/sea urchin that has large spots with spikes on them which can be jet out like a porcupine and regrown. They come in 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Poich- A large land urchin that has acid-filled barbs used to impale it's prey and suck all the juices out and nourish itself. There are over 70 different species across the AUU.
  • Spair- A species of land urchin distinguishable by a large tube on it's top that actually fires projectile spines at predators, injecting a lethal poison that can kill in 2 days.
  • Tinch- A species of predatory land urchin that evolved to look like a flower. It lures insects to it and snaps shut on it, digesting it.
  • Daochite- A species of spherical urchin which evolved to live on land. They evolved to live like a cactus, being only in desert areas with stalks having photosynthetic algae-covered structures for it to feed on sugars. They have poisonous spines that have a deadly neurotoxin.
  • Vingo- A land urchin which evolved to have a large 5ft stalk-like tube foot that acts like a trunk of a tree. It is anchored into the ground like roots, and it has a quilled top with flower-petal-like structures above it which have algae for photosynthesizing. These 'petals' open in the morning, and shut in the night.
  • Eiicle- A bioluminescent amphibious spineless urchin that attracts creatures with it's glowing green lights, then consumes them in a hidden mouth. There are 59 different species across the AUU.

Others

  • Yiden- A land crinoid which has leaf-like structures with algae that it uses for photosynthesis. These structures withdraw when touches.
  • Hymeena- A predatory land crinoid which looks like a neck coming out of the ground. They are hostile and will eat anything it sees as food. They can spray corrosive acid at it's target to digest it, and then drinks up the juices.
  • Xurlucc- A sarlacc-like land sea cucumber which is commonly found creating it's own pits to feed on anything that falls in it. Younger xurluccs burrow underground like worms and mate with another, creating an elaborate and single hermaphorditic predatory pit that lives for over 10,000 years and reproduces every 5 years.
  • Bickler- An earthworm-like sea cucumber that dwells in the grounds of many worlds across the AUU, filling the niche of earthworms. They come in dozens of different species across the AUU.
  • Weper- A land crinoid that snaps onto it's prey when it gets too close unless it is a pollinator. They come in 19,000 different species across the AUU.

Sea Echinoderms

Starfish

  • Placster- An armor-plated starfish with flexible tubed feet on the top of them for grabbing and sticking onto it's body like a suit of armor, masking it from predators.
  • Bazlin- A predatory birsingid starfish which has 6 limbs and, spending it's time lying on it's aboral (top) side, actually mimics a sea flower, eating any pollinating fish that is fooled by it's trap.
  • Slini- A brittle star which has tentacle-like appendages, and is known to climb up surfaces with it's spiked arms. It uses poisonous aggravating hairs that blind a predator and can sometimes get killed depending upon the species.
  • Rintina- A species of colorful starfish which is distinctive for it's color-changing disc. The color represents the starfish's feelings. Red is a warning signal that warns a predator to back off, or it will spray a noxious ink that irritates the eyes.
  • Ligma- A species of red starfish distinguishable for it's 5 stalk-like tentacles which it uses to grab sea fruits, and it coils around the fruit, injects digestive juices with syringe-like structures on it's tentacles, and uses a syringe-like mouth to suck up the juices.
  • Helao- A species of bioluminescent starfish which is noted for it's black coloration, but it's ability to glow in yellow and orange light, making it look like the Sun. This light is bright enough to blind prey and drive it away.
  • Plap- A starfish that has flaps surrounding it's limbs. It uses jet propulsion to lift itself off the sea floor attach itself to other fish, and relocate to find a new source of food.
  • Ienstlla- A bioluminescent-stalked starfish that has a crusty upper side, and has purple-or-blue bioluminescent stalks on it's five sides that trick it's prey into coming in believing it's supposed to be pollinated, then the stalks sting the prey as the echinoderm consumes it.
  • Cospoiti- A predatory starfish that is known for having a more movement-based lifestyle, having 4 tentacle-like limbs tipped with poisonous barbs that carry the ingredients that effectively melt the prey into a drinkable slime that it absorbs with it's suction-based mouth.

Urchins

  • Urchle- A spider-like sea urchin that stands on 6 spine legs, and have two mouths on it's upper and lower bodies, for catching both fish and crustaceans, lined with bioluminescent stingers that shock it unconscious.
  • Sparigo- A species of urchin similar to the flower urchin. Instead of stinging anything it touches, it responds to touch by sprouting poisonous spines that inject a toxin that causes agonizing pain for 2 days.
  • Rader- A sea urchin which adapted to becoming like an anemone. Instead of spines, it has tentacles which can sting anything it touches.
  • Farsun- A black predatory sea urchin that has developed a large disguised mouth with serrated teeth that can sever a body part with a single bite. It attracts animals that feed on urchins to it, and manages to bite off a part of it's body, let it bleed to death, and use it's jet-propulsion system and suction-cup-like tubed feet to travel and find the creature and continue it's feast.
  • Pyrchin- A species of poisonous red sea urchin which has spines containing a poison that causes fiery pain that can often result in death.
  • Waith- A species of sea urchin which can release an acrid substance when a predator approaches. If that doesn't work, it will use it's poisonous spines to impale a predator.
  • Plama- A sand dollar which is distinguishable for it's retractable spines. Some species can either be land or sea urchins.
  • Cacurch- A cactus-like sea urchin which mimics the Bloomba Coral. Even though it doesn't swell up like said coral, it can trick predators into thinking it's the real deal. If it doesn't work, it can impale prey with it's retractable poisonous spines. They can either be on land or in the sea.
  • Urchle- A crustacean-like walking urchin that takes the niches of crabs on multiple worlds. It pierces prey with it's long spiked legs, and stings them to death with it's stinger-lines mouth.

Others

  • Roober- A polyp-like sea cucumber which anchored itself to the ground and behaved like a zoanthid. They have long tentacles that withdraw when disturbed. They were filter feeders that eat the microscopic organisms in the water.
  • Cysar- A species of cystoid, which is extinct in the Original UUniverses. They have evolved to be predatory. They have stinging tentacles that string prey that gets too close, and it grabs the prey and eats it with it's mouth.
  • Zamble- A species of crinoid which resembles an anemone. It is a predator that disguises as an anemone, and traps the fish that are use to having it as a home inside. It then turns it's tentacles into a balloon-like structure that digests the fish and allows it to suck the juices inside it's central mouth.
  • Goolbe- A rock-shaped echinoderm which looks similar to the extinct Edrioasteroidea. In fact, it's a descendant. It consists of hundreds of sea-fan-like structures that collects tiny organisms for it to eat.
  • Orax- Another descendant of the surviving Edrioasteroidea echinoderms. They are predatory creatures that disguises itself as a sea flower, and snaps shut on anything that goes into it's trap.
  • Swalage- A species of mobile sea cucumber which is very similar to the benthopelagic sea cucumbers, but is very different. It has developed a squid-like appearance with small tentacles and long head flippers.
  • Paral- A crown-shaped crinoid which is shaped like an anemone. It uses it's net-like tentacles to collect tiny organisms and it retracts them and eats them.
  • Bareen- A species of sea cucumber which shares the same family as the Roober. Instead, it looks more like coral, having large branch-like structures that can retract. It collects plankton and microscopic organisms and retracts the structures to eat them.
  • Vuvumber- An balloon-shaped sea cucumber meant to root itself to the sea floor and feed using feeding tentacles, mouth, and anus up to the surface with it's retractable neck.
  • Vugubu- A sea-cucumber-like creature related to the vuvumber that is also amphibious and noted for the same lower body, but it has a bush of plant-like stinging tentacles that sting it's prey before swallowing it by protruding it's plant-like tentacles and consuming the dead prey.
  • Papello- A free-swimming sea cucumber that, almost jelly-like in texture, drifts above the deep ocean floor and catch the organic fragments that fall from the ocean surface far above. This particular species is known to bioluminesce spectacularly when disturbed by anything such as predators or curious submarines.
  • Jechnod- A squid-like pelagic echinoderm that expels it's own stomach to catch it's prey.

Other Invertebrates

Land Invertebrates

Poriferans

  • Monghue- A land sponge that looks like a giant rock, but has a giraffe-like yellow-orange and orange coloration. They can bud up inside wet caverns, which they are normally found, and they filter-feed in the air and the water near them.
  • Joogoon- A land sponge which looks like a polyp. They can grow from 3-10ft depending upon the species. They need a place to put their offspring when it buds, so it lets the offspring stick onto either insects or birds.
  • Ploomper- A blue cup-like poriferan that can be found on both land and sea. They are known to have a symbiosis with the creatures around them which have many functions in it's life. They come in 17,000 species across the AUU.

Tunicates

  • Deedilite- A black land tunicate which has developed a mobile lifestyle with root-like bottom tentacles. They rarely move, and they are predatory creatures that behave like a carnivorous tube plant.
  • Narex- A predatory land tunicate which is buried deep underground and is shaped like a bottle. It waits for prey to jump into it's trap and digest it within. They reproduce through flower-like organs that reach the surface and they allow birds and insects to spread their offspring around.
  • Zyxarro- A land tunicate which is known to spray a burning acid to those that try to eat it. Though it will allow insects to pollinate it and carry it's eggs across the land reefs.

Worms

  • Cafloge- A predatory flatworm that squirm in fluidic wastelands such as boney carcass-filled graveyards and toxic, sludge-filled, or geothermal valleys feeding upon the dead and wounded. They are slow-moving, but relentless. Their stomachs fold in and out of themselves with obscene undulation, consuming anything it wraps it's toothed maw around.
  • Terragord- A species of large 30 ft long worms native to the Planet Bieoclite. They are hunted by the Photomites, their main enemies. While they can be aggresive, they are not inhereitly untameable, as series of speical trust exsirsizes can make these things generally be giant limbless pussy cats. Problem is, the Photomites don't know that yet and are too afraid to even go near one, and it helps even less that the Photomites left a sour impression on the spieces, and vise virsa.
  • Bruud- A parasitic worm-like organism that evolved from natural genetic-engineering, and thanks to the help of outside species, they evolved to rapidly reproduce and consume and take over prey. They are considered the most dangerous species in the AUU due to their capabilities of wiping out animals all over a single planet. So, the last remaining members of this species are safely kept inside a biological container buried on places like Planet Bieoclite.
  • Boneworm- A species of maggot-sized worm that are found inside the soil of many planets. They are carnivorous creatures that feed on the nutrients from fertilizing substances such as feces, and the carcasses of dead animals. They are rarely used in medical treatment.
  • Gaorden- A plant-like multi-legged worm that can be found in desert climates. They eat by basking in the sun while the algae on their 10 leaf-like structures give it sugars to feed on. They can even swim in the safety of the water to avoid large land predators.
  • Slacoide- A chimp-like creature that is actually composed of microscopic worms that have evolved to become multicellular like bacteria. They are vicious creatures that each have a hive mind, and can reproduce just like a starfish.
  • Popworm- A rodent-sized worm which is consumed by many people in the AUU, but not for natural predators because it uses loud firecracker-like popping sounds to scare them off. They range in color depending upon the species.
  • Snakeworm- A long earthworm which behaves like a snake, only it burrows and hides in the ground ready to strike whatever finds the hole. These creatures are considered hard to avoid in safaris since their holes can be found anywhere.
  • Sproutworm- A worm which dwells inside caves and annually sprouts glowing structures from it's back. These structures act as sails to regulate body temperature, and the glows are from bioluminescent algae which photosynthesize and feed the worm.
  • Jellyworm- A worm which is known for literally being filled with jelly. They are parasitic organisms which feed on blood, that of which nurtures the delicate and gelatinous organs inside it's body.
  • Sydras- A multi-headed worm which looks like a hydra, only a bit smaller and feeding on rodents. They are the size of snakes, and each head has a hive mind.
  • Jetworm- A semi-aquatic earthworm which has a tentacle-lined bottom and is propelled through swamp waters by jet-propulsion. They are very mobile on land thanks to their many legs, and can use it's jet propulsion organ to create a loud noise to scare off predators.
  • Cedwyrm- A centipede-like marine worm that can be found on both land and sea across many worlds in the AUU in thousands of different species, filling the niche of myriapods. Most species are considerably harmless, but a quarter of them are venomous.
  • Agleech- A leech-like annelid that is noted for being a large pest that has 6 extendable teeth on it's sucker mouth that are poisonous and when it kills it's prey with a bite, it sucks all the nutrients inside of it. However, the poison is slow-acting and can cause hallucinations, intoxication, and many other ailments. It can be cured, though. Some agleeches are non-poisonous, however, and used in medical treatment.
  • Glareworm- A glow-in-the-dark earthworm that is commonly found in common soil across the AUU, coming in 11 different species. Grub-like during it's young larva days, it grows longer and into a nutrient-feeding creature, and glows as a means of communicating with each other, and is mostly subterranean.
  • Cemnopleurox- A snake-like tapeworm that actually starts out life as a parasite in a host's body, damaging much of it's internals and vitals until it completes it's first stage cycle, exits the host through defecation, and grows up as a eukaryotic snake-like lifeform. Once grown, they are carnivorous creatures that reproduce like a tapeworm, ejecting sections of it's body that are filled with eggs, and disguises itself as an edible fruit to fool a host to eat it, and allow the eggs to develop inside.
  • Pinii- An infamous amphibious worm stalk shaped like a penis, being similar to the penis plants of No Man's Sky, and is only found mostly on it's native planet of Gymnia, and is rare on other worlds.
  • Wormpiller- A velvet worm that takes the niche of centipedes or millipedes on many worlds.
  • Bulkaworm- A giant burrowing terrestrial worm with 6 legs, natural armor, a rough armored tail, and a herbivorous diet of leaves and ground nutrients.
  • Wormcephus-A quadrupedal worm with a retractable head and elusive speed.
  • Thrench- A burrowing subterranean predatory worm-like creature from Uridia that has long lashing tentacles and come in different castes.

Others

Sea Invertebrates

Poriferans

  • Zongue- A species of sponge that are commonly-occurring widespread rapidly-reproducing animals. They feed on small crustaceans and are often photosynthetic when sharing a symbiotic relationship with algae.
  • Basketpod- A jungle gym-like poriferan that attracts prey by making it their home and trap them into it's body.
  • Bhroog- A polyp-like poriferan that has a body with holes that absorbs plankton and releases buds to reproduce.
  • Zarr- A species of sea sponge which is characterized for it's support stalks on it's bottom that resemble the tube feet of echinoderms. They are often the homes of several fish.
  • Corsen- A species of sea sponge which looks like a coral. They are large sausage-like structures that rest on small rubbery structures.
  • Garlose- A colorful sea sponge which is predatory. It lures fish into it's mouth and shuts on it and digests it.
  • Garleese- A sea sponge from the same family as the Garlose. This one is only a land sponge. Aside from having birds or insects carry it's offspring around, it is also predatory having to eat birds, whether it helps carry it's offspring or not.
  • Baras- A species of barrel sponge which relies on fish to bring it food. They provide it with the sea plant spores that it eats through small holes that the fish dwell in, and it nourishes the fish in return. They can usually come in the size of a fish tank.
  • Bube- A small pot-like sponge that can create a pocket of air within it sealed by a bubble, and provides air for semi-aquatic life in exchange for spreading it's bud spores. There are 145 different species across the AUU.
  • Googie- A sponge-like creature that has a symbiotic relationship with algae, giving it it's green coloration, and providing it with food. There are over 28 different species across the AUU.
  • Foamta- A tree-like poriferan that consists of spongey table surfaces that clean off whatever steps on them with their filter feeding, and their trunks provide homes for other corals and sea life.
  • Anemicree- A sponge that has a symbiotic relationship with algae and plants that feed it sugars in exchange for protection from predators.
  • Hongwong- A tire-shaped sponge that filter-feed on any creature that takes shelter in it.

Tunicates

  • Woom- A species of yellow tunicate which grows on dead corals. They are characterized for their retractable tentacles, and their tubes serve as mouths for sucking up tiny plankton.
  • Garsen- A species of tunicate similar to the sea tulip, only they have spikes that serve as syringes that suck up water for tiny plankton.
  • Aerite A species of turquoise tunicate which is noted for having a symbiotic relationship with algae. It serves as the algae's way of removing air as bubbles that come out of it's tube.
  • Cheren- A red zoanthid-like tunicate which is mobile through small root-like tentacles. They feed on sea plant spores.
  • Parlopse- A species of pelagic tunicate which starts off maturing on the ground and floats around like a jellyfish at adulthood.
  • Tellan- A species of electric tunicate which is bioluminescent and will shock anything it comes in contact with.
  • Rebene- A species of flower-like tunicate which is considered edible. They are the size of pineapples, and they can sometimes be poisonous depending upon the species.
  • Spreeker- A tiny tunicate that comes in 2 million different species and feed off of the nutrients in the water.
  • Crawmbcate- A walking transparent tunicate that filter feeds and often consumes prey, coming in over 17,000 species.

Worms

  • Slorkeria- A meter-long marine worm that swims through the ocean catching prey with it's sharp proboscis, which sucks up nutrients such as amino acids and kill the prey.
  • Rabtube- A giant tube worm-like annelid that has a plume capable of changing color in order to display their health through the blood, as well as communication amongst their communities.
  • Tuppher- An annelid worm that is capable of retreating from tubes made from shed exoskeletons to catch prey with it's stinging frontal whisker-like structures, but only retreates to it's tube when approached by larger predators.
  • Anchae- Polychaete that camouflage themselves as part of a reef to feed, coming in over a thousand species all across the AUU.
  • Cellea- A blue-and-red polychaete that has long tentacle-like stingers for feeding off of anything that mistakes the stingers as edible worms.
  • Bage- A large black predatory killer marine worm that crawls on the sea floor and bolt off swimming after the small fish or other animals that it consumes.
  • Tuniworm- A marine worm of thousands of species that camouflage themselves as edible tunicates that sting it's prey so it can eat it.
  • Pipeworm- A terrestrial marine worm that filter-feeds in a pipe-like fashion, has poisonous spines to defend itself from predators, and can burrow efficiently.
  • Carcworm- A marine worm that burrows into dead sunken carcasses and can smell them a mile away, consuming tunnels within it and making it it's home, yet while many species cannot do so, certain can defend themselves from hungry predators.
  • Scqueeza- A swimming annelid that looks like a cross between a leech and a tick. They consume the blood of anything in the water dead or alive, inflating it's translucent sac until it's had it's fill, though doing this can harm the host. They come in hundreds of species across the AUU.
  • Geech- A sea-snake-like predatory sea leech that takes the niche of sea snakes on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Wyrmgen- A colorful predatory marine worm that warns of poison through it's rainbow-colored hairs.
  • Strikeworm- A giant bobbit-worm-like predatory polychaete that is over 30ft long and can trap prey as big as a dolphin.

Others

  • Zygoblont- Commonly called 'Frenzies', these creatures are microscopic predators living in big swarms in alien pools, looking like tadpoles with big teeth. Living in the waters among other xenofauna, they communicate chemically and act perfectly together, as a swarm is able to kill and eat everything that enters the water because the swarm acts like one organism.
  • Phonon- A giant xenofish that is photosynthetic and has a body system where it breaths water through holes in it's chest, the water is fed through photosynthetic blood and a heart/stomach which digests the water's nutrients and spread it through capillaries before being excreted through the tail.

Mythical Creatures

Land Creatures

Mammals

  • Celeste- AKA Celestial Zorse, A mythical astral equine of Magelian mythology that wields nearly-unlimited power and lives in the cosmos of space, and said to be the descendants of the AUU Alicorn Gods that created the Lonies.
  • Manacorn- A powerful unicorn-like equine with iridescent horns and skeletons made of mythril and are all-powerful.
  • Tharzeen- A mythical creature in Fotuseromian folklore with the body of a Mekkan, a spiked tail, and two heads. They loathe sentient beings and will eat whichever one it can find.
  • Akamint- A colossal demonic ape from Rinitharian mythology with a hide so durable, it could stop any weapon. In Rinitharian mythology, it was released by the Rinitharian god of war, Akka, in order to punish those who commit a betrayal.
  • Uonagar- An egg-laying monstrous unotter in Aufonian mythology which could become one with the water at will, and drowning it's victims and eliminating it's body substances until there is nothing left but water.
  • Gantaur- A centaur-like creature from Invervitraxian mythology with no sentience, having the snout and lower area of a canine, and the face and upper area of an ape. In mythology, they were the guardians and enforcers of the Invervitraxian god of strength, Gannus.
  • Beegitta- A giant bat-like creature from Marbonian mythology with glowing colorful wings that are said to put people into comas just by looking at them. In mythology, they were once that were punished for murdering people by the Marbonian goddess of beauty and color, Sirona, through not just banishment, but by making them too beautiful to interact with someone.
  • Tmawolf- A monstrous wolf-like creature from Zoqunux folklore and mythology which has the mane and tail of a feline, and foul-smelling breath as the result of it's ability to breath a toxic gas. In folklore, they were creatures that fought during a war against Zoqunux Titans, representing strength and courage.
  • Razzaback- A mythological feline from Tazoros mythology with a large sail on it's back similar to the ones on a dinosaur. They have eyes that can kill at direct eye contact. In mythology, they were the pets of the Tazoros god of life, Razzus, that hunt down those who hunt and poach.
  • Ombyrn- A dragon-like rodent which is about as widely-known in many cultures as an actual dragon. They come in many sizes and can breathe plasma.
  • Ramilikin- A snake-like mammal from Medoozian mythology with no limbs except for a hand on it's tail. They are medium-sized creatures which could spray venom so toxic, anything that touches it explodes. In mythology, the Medoozian demigod heroine named Zadukizi stopped the beast from consuming most of the population of a Medoozkie city.
  • Shariqix- A monstrous lemur-and-ape-like goblin with no sentience, and has the ability to change color with it's surroundings. It has the eyes of a cat, ears like a bat, a short lizard-like tail, and a shriek that is as loud as a wavy glitch.
  • Asttrog- Commonly known as an 'astro whale', these space-cruiser-sized bioluminescent colorful creatures have never been seen for eons since the AUU Second Cartoonian War. Though this doesn't technically make them 'mythical' in a sense of make-believe as it is more like being supernaturally rare to see them outside of their prefered comfert zones in the center of each universe's unigalax, as even though they had been long proven to exist, and the rare sights that astro-whales that have left their comfert zones would discourage any future generations of nay-sayers on otherwise, reason why it's so rare is because the rise of ships have made the usually shy creatures stay away from venturing beyond their homes out of being afraid that the ships are either predators or hostile competition. They are cetacean creatures that 'swim' through space and feed on space-faring energy creatures called klokkrill, and have hardly roamed out of their territory due to being unable to travel the speed of light. They use tachyon signals as sonar just like a lot of spaceships.
  • Debermyus- A mythical canine similar to Cerberus which has muscular and indestructible bodies, three heads with crested boney red mandibles, could burn people with it's roar and barks, could frighten with it's burning yellow eyes, and has a long glowing-red-tipped tail. Said to be a pet for the Ehaexons and the AUU Underworld Gods, these creatures are hard to get past.
  • Demyhound- A hellhound-like mythical creature that is a literal monster dog. It has a crusty boney red mandible, fire-red glowing paws and backs, red bottoms, visible bone structures, are similar to dobermans in structure, are instinctive sadistic and loyal to demons, literally smells fear and suffering, and they can ignite themselves and scare with their fire-colored eyes. The Ehaexons adopted them as common pets and military animals.
  • Wingloot- A winged feloot which is a herald animal in Angellan folklore, representing honesty, doing the right thing, and being confident. They are said in folklore to be guardians of the Angellan goddess Gellean's home.
  • Kitskune- A multi-tailed Carnbus that is a herald on hundreds of Japanese-like worlds for being a symbol of making use and seeing beauty in anything considered different and normal, including half-breed DNA, deformities, and so on. It is like the Kitsune of the AUU.
  • Yyasall- A large wolf-like monster from Sabochun mythology noted for having 4 legs, a long cat-like tail, and two large punching arms on it's back. They are said to be the guardians of the demonic god land of Yyasgard, where they killed without mercy.
  • Tsipull- A large troll-like unsentient primate of Rauooinian mythology which was said to be hostile bullies and savages that were former Rauns until a god punished them for their savage mistreatment on people by turning them into these monsters permanently, as they would be shunned into the wild and left to savagery. They had red heads, large gold-or-black manes, muscular bodies, a semi-quadruped locomotion, wolf-like tails, sharp claws, and demon-like horns.
  • Gokka- A feline-like creature from Acrilles mythology which had the ability to summon lightning through the cape-like organ on it's back.
  • Roluter- A mythological cross between a Rolf and a Cauter from mythologies across many African-like worlds. Having the head of a Rolf, and the body and mane of a Cauter, they were creatures that hunted in overwhelming packs and a roar that could kill instantly.
  • Cerzone- A colossal mythological rhino-like beast of Korthosian lore that is literally supposed to be a demon of destruction and murder, and the symbol of Korthosian might. It is a dark-colored and highly-armored beast with glowing red eyes, appearing in damp dark foggy nights, and large spines, five large horns on it's snout and three small horns on it's forehead, and a large muzzle and blunt teeth.
  • Aglopod- A sauropod-like pachyderm of Marbonian mythology. They are large reptomammals that have elephant-like heads, have 6 tusks of ranging lengths, have long sauropod-like tufted tails, 6 legs similar to those of an Avatar dire horse, are capable of faster locomotion, and they have been known in legend to carry people across endless landscapes to reach salvation from a cataclysmic event called the Rograzok, and have been later used in that event in war battles.
  • Jlarg- A non-sentient troll/alien-like being from Marbonian mythology. They are common cave-dwelling beings that wield anything they can find big enough for them, and they have been noted to be smart enough to wield a heavy cyborg gun.
  • Largalic- A large non-sentient horned being from Marbonian and Korthosian mythology. They are massive and devastating chargers with rhino/pig-like faces, short bull-like horns, large amounts of facial hair, and are smart enough to wield anything big enough for them. They are plains-dwelling mythical beings.
  • Thiryope- A giant mythical marsupial monster of many Australian-like mythologies capable of amazing feats. Stemming as far back as the AUU Second-Cartoonian War, the legend of this beast says that it is semi-aquatic, could hunt on land effectively, could kill with and smell fear, could resist weaponry of all types, and went in different forms as it grew up.
  • Eagge- A giant bat-like predator that has an armosis breath to fire poisonous adhesives, has a horrible ominous tiki-like head with no visible eyes, has an owl-like fuzzy neck, and was highly aggressive. Once being a predator on the Ehaexon home planet, it now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Chenger- A monstrous semi-quadruped canine with red muscle-like skin, are highly-aggressive predators, and are a common part of Ehaexon wildlife, and now only reside within their home in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Menster- A ravenous quarter-sentient primate that is like a chimpanzee if it was a violent and rambunctious creature capable of using small amounts of tools, has red skin, is covered entirely with black hair, has a loud ominous screech and roar, clawed three-fingered arms and legs, lizard-like heads with teeth, and worked in large troops. They were a common part of Ehaexon wildlife, and now only exist in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Ehaexon Snaggledont- A 20ft sapient predator that has red skin, a hairy back, and has the ability to breath massive blasts of fire, being one of the Ehaexons' home planet's top predators, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Porotodon- A canine-feline monster in many mythologies with a head that's a literal portal to another dimension, which feeds on anything that gets sucked in it.

Amphibians

  • Falamuck- An ice-powered salamander from Lexiconian mythology which was capable of breathing an icy breath that could freeze anyone.
  • Ghosog- An invisible frog from Cunonian mythology which, if not invisible, is entirely translucent, including the organs. These creatures came in groups and frightened anything that it interacted with.
  • Thinsh- A giant demonic monstrous frog from Bakuldoan mythology which had skin so toxic, it would make you sick for years. In mythology, it was a creature created in the Underworld to consume those who have done sins and drag them back to the Underworld.
  • Lav- A lava-dwelling amphibian that eats it's prey heated up by dragging it into it's lava home. It's color-changing ability allows it to blend into the lava, and strike out at it's prey. It is a common part of Ehaexon wildlife, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Tranoll- A giant colossal amphibian troll of Gsutarian mythology similar to the FFXIV Titan that can kill easily, resist pain, and can live for millions of years.

Reptiles

  • Durantigon- A dragon-like troll monster of Ohruganese mythology with giant wings, back spines, and no tail.
  • Dracthon- A dragon-like creature from Marbonian mythology. They are commonly known to appear in various forms based upon the culture on Marbon they came from.
  • Areek- A saber-toothed lizard from Narjorian mythology with the design of a feline. They had long sticky tongues, and it's saber-teeth injected deadly poison. In mythology, they were creatures that terrorized Narjor until the Narjorian goddess of life, Areeka, wiped out most of their population, leaving the last of them on a mythological island called Doom Island.
  • Qerion- A crocodile-like monster from Sioephusian legend with flexible legs and long spines, which cause people to think that any spine-like structures in the water is a Qerion, making it a cryptic legend.
  • Shgembo- A multi-headed snake from Altusian mythology which are the Hydras of the AUU. When they have their heads decapitated, they grow 5 more in it's place, and they breath plasma. In mythology, it is a monster that was destroyed by the Altusian demigod Zurkules.
  • Igmaik- A flying sea turtle from Harbanisanian folklore which is not semi-aquatic, and instead flies across the sky searching for birds to eat. In folklore, they represent how joyful and beautiful the oceans of Harbanisan is. It is also the trademark creature of several of the planet's governments.
  • Limassar- A frilled raptor-like reptile from Quiorexian mythology which is capable of shooting plasma blasts out of it's mouth. In mythology, they were used as weapons and steeds against a planet-ruining disaster.
  • Vumb- A lizard from Nimbooian mythology which is similar to the frill-neck lizard which has frills that look like wings, allowing it to fly.
  • Unlassim- A giant two-legged dinosaur from Frolthosian mythology with an angler-like bait, no arms, a furry tail, and bulging eyes. Their baits are so bright, it can hypnotize almost anything into it's mouth.
  • Aamble- A crocodile-like demonic creature from Vandoranian legend with spiked knuckles, an ape-like body, a massive size, and large head crests. Several sightings have been occurring for 25 years, yet no evidence proves it exists.
  • Zenai- A cat-like lizard from Vandoranian folklore with no tail, large crests, red hypnotizing eyes, and can fire lightning from it's mouth. In folklore, they represent wisdom and courage.
  • Yembi- A large white butterfly-like pterosaur from Mammoian mythology which can breathe ice and is about as big as a city bus. In mythology, it was a pet to Mammoian Titans that terrorized several communities until the defeat of the Titans in the hands of the Mammoian gods.
  • Flitty- A small precious reptile from many mythologies across the AUU with 2 small bird-like legs, and wing-like translucent ears for flying. They are semi-sentient precious creatures that have a curiosity for sentient beings.
  • Vitch- A spiny snake from many mythologies across the AUU with the ability to breathe fire.
  • Shigi- A snake from Invervitraxian mythology with large spiny bat-like wings which look like giant menacing eyes, and these wings are so fearful, it petrifies people. In mythology, they were creatures created by the Polyzoons as vanguards of chaos.
  • Zarzigon- A raptor-like dinosaur from several mythologies across the AUU with a large rooster-like crest, large wings, and crested tails, and were considered perfect for riding on in mythology.
  • Ishir- A walking lizard from Rabodanian mythology with a snake for a tail. They are swift runners with a stinky breath.
  • Terrmon- A giant mythical turtle-like reptile with a literal mountain on it's back. In mythology, it is said that it creates mountains by moving the tectonics plates into mashing into each other.
  • Bonezen- A mythical dinosaur from Tiikon mythology which wears a coat of armor made of bones, and hunts using it's boney shearing teeth, it's powerful legs, it's bone-armored back, it's club-like tail, and it's ability to paralyze through a gaze.
  • Seisijyu- A Grarrot-like raptor of Augean mythology which are the guardians and companions of the Seisi who lead stragglers to their masters with their coordinated teamwork. They always remain hidden and pose as natural predators.
  • Crawgene- A bizarre creature from Kraetan mythology which is a large dinosaur-like monster with tank wheels as front legs, and thought like a machine. Rumors were heard about these creatures being encountered once or twice.
  • Gadon- A lizard-like unsentient being from Sauran mythology which had the ability to regenerate from anything no matter how intense. They had a mythological war against demonic forces and prevailed. They were an unstoppable mythical being. They could breath fire, had combat-built bodies, and could let out a menacing roar.
  • Beaze- A monstrous dinosaur-like synapsid that are vicious predators capable of standing on 2 or 4 legs, are packed with powerful claws and teeth, poisonous saliva, and a vicious roar that is like a maxed version of a bear's roar, and is a common predator to the Ehaexon homeworld, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Ronker- A monstrous dog-like synapsid that acts like a giant wolf, having a dog/lizard-like head packed with teeth, runs quick on 4 legs, has bald red skin, and is a common pack-hunting predator on the Ehaexon homeworld, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Sausa- A mythical dinosaur of many dinosaurian mythologies that have the body of a theropod, two powerful legs, and hundreds of snake heads.

Birds

  • Himogo- A bird from Nygian mythology noted for it's flat platform-like head, which in legend it is said that these creatures helped aboriginal people get across the clouds to reach godly worlds and ask them of favors.
  • Zishambi- An ice-colored hummingbird-like creature from Toporpiponian mythology which is the size of a greyhound, known for their loud ear-piercing shrieks, their ice breath, and their freeze-burning tails. In mythology, they were created by the Toporpiponian goddess of ice, Zishama, in order to restore the water cycle from the terrible drought brought on by her evil heat Titan brother, Viskain.
  • Idimea- A colorful butterfly-like bird from Zewinsaur mythology which are very precious. They are capable of reproducing asexually by eating a Bugbird chick, and laying an egg that transforms it into an Idimea chick.
  • Alloon- A penguin-like bird from Gregamoonian mythology which is said to be able to puff up like a pufferfish in order to fly.
  • Zocmo- A giant bird from Invervitraxian mythology which actually hunts people who enter secluded areas in the desert, being able to paralyze people just by looking at them. In mythology, one was taken down by the demigod hero named Isemus.
  • Oobos- A giant predatory chicken-like terror bird from Yatoran mythology which has the ability to eject explosive eggs. In mythology, they were creatures that had been responsible for the destruction of farms and for tearing up crops.
  • Theegimba- A rambunctious brown-colored bird from legend which is known for sabotaging ships until they crashed.
  • Eeshair- A two-headed bird from Iagobahan mythology which has acidic blood, so killing one physically kills you. In mythology, one was said to have been killed by the demi-Titan anti-heroine, Issamba.
  • Starwing- A giant space bird in Phend mythology that when in a planet, it's legs are like giant trees being able to reach even the deepest oceans, a large pelagen like beak to sallow entire ecosystems and oceans without even trying, and laying it's eggs would end up being an equilent of an asterroid hitting the planet with destructive force great enough to be felt even beyond the dishastor area. In legend, a starwing is behind why Phender was a largely desert planet with only few traces of water. There's even legends that a Starwing lives inside the giant donut hole it has, in along with other astro space life, thus being dubbed as "The Starwing of Phender". Starwings are said to travel in small familial groups and turn invisable in space, but when they are in a planet, their invisability wears off and their giant majusty and fearsome size is seen, with giant and elegant wings capable to block out the sun and eyes that can see very far into space and worlds for miles on end, impeccable hearing, and when they make sounds, it'll be heard for a long time even after it is done, which is loud, haunting and beautiful all at once.

Arthropods

  • Pyraskeet- A mythological mosquito-like insect from Zewinsaur mythology which had no legs, but flaming bug wings and a needle-like mouth. They darted out at people and literally burned them from the inside.
  • Electrites- Mythical bugs from Acanthroxian mythology which were known for their glowing-blue wings, and their ability to become lethally-powerful in a swarm. In mythology, they have been created by the nefarious thunder Titan Strukkos in order to spread chaos until they were destroyed by the Acanthroxian god of thunder, Gythatus.
  • Bugarry- A fairy-like insect from many forms of AUU mythology which were fairy-like in appearance, but were unsentient and had qualities of a bug such as limbs with hair-like structures, antennae, eyes with 3 pupils, and exoskeletons.
  • Gajjam- A giant spider-like creature from Larvirium mythology that was asexual, laying eggs every day and creating armies to protect it. The queen would cannibalize it's young if it thought it had too much. In mythology, a queen laid waste to a city and the gods called for a demigod heroine named Xamara to slay the creature and it's children.
  • Zarkakuma- A giant Peroxoid abomination from Acrillesian mythology with a long neck just as flexible as it's Xenomorph-like tail, and has the head of a human. In mythology, it is responsible for severing the arms of the Acrillesian demigod warrior, Mohlajinir, and he has been trying to slay it for several years with new magical arms until they both ended up killing each other.
  • Viopion- A purple lobster/scorpion-like insectoid from Atont mythology which was powerful enough to kill an army of Atonts. They have pincers said to slice like swords, had lashing stingless flexible tails, were excellent burrowers, and spit gushes of purple, sticky, fiery, corrosive acid that can melt and kill anything. They were said to stalk the darkest of energy crystal mines after a mythological war against ancient Atonts.
  • Helliver- A giant red insectoid with 8 legs having 3 fingers and toes each, a horrible ominous tiki-like face with no visible eyes, a long neck and tail, and is mostly red in coloration. This was the apex predator of the Ehaexons when they were still alive, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster. Similar to Red of NES Godzilla creepypasta.

Cephalopods

  • Airk- A giant flying kraken with one eye and 10 tentacles of Dodecapus mythology that flies and haunts islands during wet seasons.

Others

  • Dracan- A dragon-like creature from Zoian mythology with 8 legs, a long snake-like body, the tail of a rodent, the curled horns of a ram-like creature, and the face of a Zoon.
  • Grykron- A griffin-like creature from Marbonian mythology with the tail, rear, mane and head of a Cauter, the partial coloration of a Rapchin, and the beak, wings, and talons of a bird. They are a creature of heraldry, and represent faith.
  • Chaera- A large predatory cat from many mythologies with back bird legs and a lizard tail. They possess magic breath and hunt anything that uses magic.
  • Lectragon- A Cauter-dragon hybrid with a dragon tail, wings and back legs, and a Cauter head and front legs.
  • Floabik- A small hyrax-like scaly creature from Cunone mythology with a large flower on it's back which feeds with photosynthesis and is able to blast in solar energy.
  • Lu'gull- A large quadruped semi-aquatic insect/mammal-like beast from Xuron mythology with a yellow-armored back, black skin, and it's primary food source is energy. It is said that this creature was similar to an extinct aquatic creature called the Lu'boerat, which was wiped out during the planet's global drought, and possible sightings lead to the legend of this creature.
  • Mangada- A large mythological floating creature from Azathothian mythology which has a large mouth with razor-sharp teeth, and has no eyes. In mythology, they were the guardians of the Azathoth Underworld for it's ruler, the Azathothian goddess of death, Narthada.
  • In'tar- A chimera-like creature from Marbonian mythology with a striped lizard's tail, the body of a Chimerge, and 3 heads, one of a Chimerge, another of a Brontyus, and another of a Fathono.
  • Gthamn- A manticore-like creature from Rabodian mythology with the body of a Gurro, the mane of a Mekkan, the face of a Rabodan, and the tail of a Peroxoid. They are massive creatures which attack anything within it's territory.
  • Firsela- A giant 6-legged beast from Sioephusian folklore which has the ability to turn into and breathe fire at ease. They have the long flexible necks and tails od sauropods, have the heads of monkeys, and have the tusks of a Uaraphant. In folklore, they represent charisma and bravery.
  • Cuphant- A giant Uaraphant-like behemoth from Iridian mythology which had 4 long mammoth-like tusks, had an overly-feral nature, and were very destructive when disturbed. In mythology, the evil Iridian titan known as Talaphos unleashed one of these creatures on a helpless mortal town until it was slayed by his demigod brother, Ranosha.
  • Keorena- A giant Hexilla-like behemoth from Rabodian mythology which had orange fur, stinky poisonous breath, a roar loud enough to kill, and had the face of a Rabodan. In mythology, it was a beast slayed by the Rabodian god of war, Ucsitar.
  • Zora'nax- A giant land-squid-like beast from Gelucian mythology which has the ability to augment it's body depending on whatever it eats. They can be about as big as a whale, has a large gaping mouth with razor-sharp teeth, long lashing tentacles, and bioluminescent streaks on it's back.
  • Klokkrill- Energetic space-faring and actually very gentle firefly-like creatures that travel in cloud-sized groups and reproduce asexually and quickly. They are commonly found close to the center of each universe, and are prey to a lot of other space-faring creatures.
  • Wererior- A man of horror fiction who turns into a random monster at night. They are a common genre of monster movies, and originated in myths brought on through genetic experiments.
  • Seisi- A regal Augean-like all-female bird figure from Augean mythology who has the ability to charm and hypnotize with their colorful peacock-feather-like wings. They were said to be found commonly during monsoons looking for a healthy male to give birth and reproduce.
  • Symm- A holographic light-based demon from Holozan urban legend that can shapeshift and form frightening images and kill when given the chance. Rumored to have given birth to holography itself, this creature had been said to be imprisoned in Holon's core for ages.
  • Lovo- A mythical Horned Lava Demon Monster of multiple mythologies and is a common resident of the Boundary Cluster hell. They have large crooked hoofed legs, glowing lava-like flammable blood, dull-colored skin and rocky armor, and four horns, two on the sides of it's head and curved in different directions, and the other two being like tusks on a mammoth splaying out forward, all four having burning tips.
  • Deyzese- A demonic single-celled organism that was said to be created during the AUU First Cartoonian War, possessing swarm intelligence and acting as a singular unit and forming a hundred multicellular forms. It is not known if they were used in the war or not, but it's only known of in Yatoran mythology.
  • Qountkan- A demonic mythological being of Sioephusian mythology, fought off by godly elders in a deadly war. But it ended when they were all contained in a large deadly glass orb that had never been disturbed ever since. These beings' abilties were undocumented since their containment, but it was stated that they could do anything as long as it caused suffering.
  • Necworm- A giant serpent-like tapeworm that feeds by swallowing prey whole. They are amphibious, being able to swim in water and slither on land. They are a common part of Ehaexon wildlife, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.
  • Sphyx- A sphinx-like feline of Invervitraxian mythology with a human-like face, a lion-like tail, a Felother body, and are said to be guardians of the Invervitraxian Underworld.
  • Mic- A microscopic imp of many mythologies that are said to mess with the host's body for it's own entertainment.
  • Röger- A large xenofeline of Aggoressean mythology with 8 legs consisting of 2 conjoined legs on each side, could breath and resist fire, and was unbelievably aggressive.
  • Surgeserg- A flourescent burrowing serpent of Chredder mythology that breathes concussive and destructive waves of energy.
  • Harkey- A giant predatory lizard bird of Wellan mythology that has a crested lizard tail, lizard-bird talons, and giant rooster crests and monstrous wings.
  • Vehitaur- A creature of ecumenopolis urban mythology which is like a centaur, but the lower body is a car or any kind of vehicle.
  • Grodra- A monster of multiple mythologies that is an extreme version of the hydra. Upon maiming of any body parts, more grow in it's place, and the more it occurs, the creature eventually evolves into unlimited forms.

Sea Creatures

Fish

  • Thaura- A flying seahorse-like creature from Zewinsaur mythology with a large hood structure, and have sonic screams that can fry machinery and scare off even the bravest of people.
  • I'bute- A bug-winged predatory flying fish from Carbungian mythology which flies in schools and terrorizes people. In mythology, these creatures were created by Sthana, the rogue female Titan sister of the Carbungian goddess of aquatic life, Saletin.
  • Ohaltha- A supernatural fish creature from Aufonian urban legend that appears as a cloud of vapor near the shores of a resort and disintegrates anything it comes in contact with.
  • Be'nyle- A long fish from Harbanisan mythology with ray-like flippers that glides through the air and the water. In mythology, they were the steeds of the Harbanisanian god of the sea, Posaseeus.
  • Shradd- A piranha-like mythological fish from Sabochallan mythology with teeth like a shark, and is said to consume anything it sees in the water. In mythology, the Sabochan god of the wild, Chorbus, created them as a means to consume fish that were infected with a deadly god-made disease.
  • Intinoid- A fish-like sea monster from Gaduian mythology that has multiple fins on it's rear, has the head of a shark, and has stalk eyes. In mythology, it was a beast that was slayed by the demigoddess hero, Bathara.
  • Dorgunand- A snake-like fish from Vermithraxian mythology which is said to eat anything that goes too deep underwater. It is a monstrous beast which, in mythology, is said to have once been a mortal that committed a terrible deed that angered the gods.
  • Thanylla- A mythological eel from Jomosian mythology which is noted for their screams that grow louder when it gets closer to it's prey. In mythology, they were the guardians of the Jomosian god of the fishes, Thanyella.
  • Zerm-Roay- A mythological flying manta ray-like creature that comes from Crythan mythology, depicted as a mutated ray that can freeze anything and after it's home suffered a terra-freezing terrorist attack, it killed all the terrorists, and unfroze it's home, later becoming a guardian of it's home, threatening to deep-freeze anyone who threatens it's world again. It's name is Crythan language for 'Sub-Zero'.
  • Zeecer- A large sapient black lamprey-like fish that has large red transparent bat-like wings, is amphibious yet still requires water, and commonly feed on blood. They are a common part of Ehaexon wildlife, and now only exists in the Boundary Cluster.

Mammals

  • Nuibex- A supernatural cetacean from Marbonian mythology which attacks people who swim during the night. Their yellow eyes appear in the water, and they turn you into a fish so they can eat you.
  • Clakkara- A small cetacean from Harbanisanian mythology with the flippers of a seal and has a black coloration. Their ominous clicks spread fear into those who swim at that night, and they tease you by touching your submerged body.
  • Shpiik- A monstrous seal from Acrilles mythology which can take the shape of anything it eats, including people. Though it cannot speak, it finds ways to bring misery to people with this ability. In mythology, it caused a lot of trouble for mortals and gods until it was killed by the Acrillesian demigod hero, Durilles.
  • Jarasindu- A demonic manatee-like creature from Vermitraxian mythology which kills anyone that accidentally hits such a precious creature.
  • Owinder- A giant serpent-like Unotter from Ardalicronian legend which stalked sailboats and consumed it's passengers.
  • Sathalak- A giant cetacean from Altusian mythology which consumes those who hunt such gentle giants. Legend says that it can grow large enough to consume the entire world if it wanted to.
  • Terwhule- A mythical whale-like creature with six webbed feet, and backs that carry a literal island on it. They are common not just in water, but also in space, and is believed to be a relative of astro-whales.

Reptiles

  • Trokkin- A colossal predatory sea turtle from Arcalidonian urban legend with a spiny shell, long clawed flippers, and large gaping mouths. Various sightings of this cryptic creature had been seen, but no evidence proves it's existence.
  • Jiren- A giant mosasaur-like beast from Jomosian folklore that has the mouth and tail like a shark's. In folklore, it represents trust and loyalty.
  • Melthaurus- A giant legendary sea snake from Ooerthian mythology which looks like a crocodile without arms and legs, yet has the head of a snake. In mythology, it was an obstacle faced by the Ooerthian demigod antihero, Jacjarus.
  • Reefyockle- A mythical sea crocodilian of pirate lore. They are noted as creatures that use their backs that literally hold an entire coral reef and camouflage as an island waiting for their prey to arrive.

Birds

  • Thisshi- A Yinguen-like creature from Vorlonian mythology with a long tufted tail, clawed flippers, and Gungan-like head structures.
  • Binitee- A giant legendary sea bird from Acrillesian mythology which has the ability to control water and breathe underwater. In mythology, it was defeated by the demigod warrior, Mohlajinir, and in an act of gratitude for sparing it's life, it offered him a ride to his hometown to save it from his enemies.

Others

  • Rubine- A giant sea monster from Sloraite mythology which can grow to the size of a whale. They are penguin-lizard-like creatures which could swallow ships whole. In mythology, a demigod pirate named Vinbar killed it by order of his father, the Sloraite god of weather, Miilbar.
  • Aerojin- An air-dwelling floating jellyfish from Harbanisan folklore and mythology which floats over the waters of certain worlds. They reproduce underwater, and are very gentle. In mythology, they reside in a mythical giant sea cave called Sarboree, which is lead by the goddess of majesty, Rojina. In folklore, they represent majesty.
  • Ourtle- A sea-turtle-like creature from Ohrugan mythology with the body and neck of a Marchelon, and the head of an Ohrugan. They are either shy or insulting to people. In mythology, an Ourtle aided an Ohrugan mortal hero named Thocle in his temporary role as a god.
  • Zobb- A mythological seal-like creature from Marbonian mythology with the body of a Lankill, and the neck of an Elasmodus. They were predatory creatures which drowned people who went too far from shore, and feasted on them.
  • Bututa- A mythological creature from Rabodian mythology with the body and teeth of a shark, the face of a Rabodan, the flippers of a Rynctle, and the tail of an eel-like creature. In mythology, three of these creatures were encountered by the demigod heroine named Aqageta while she was on a quest to leaving her home to try and become Rabodan.
  • Maran- A mythological octopus-like creature from Klonan mythology with a transparent body, long stinging tentacles, and beady eyes.
  • Possle- A mythological sea monster from Aqorican folklore and mythology the size of an anaconda. They have the body of an eel, and the head and ears of a Hipquan. In mythology, one was a steed for the Aqorican goddess of the sea, Lainder. In folklore and heraldry, it represents determination and dignity.
  • Goowoo- A fish-like creature from Xuron mythology with a long lizard tail, the wings of a Bugbird, and has the ability to breathe plasma. They are very hostile against sentient beings.
  • Daidein- A mythological creature from Hydranioan mythology with the legs and claws of a crustacean, and the body of a fish.
  • Whompum- An ape-like creature from Naroudan mythology with the body of an Aqapith, the tail of a Hydrocabiais, and the head of a Naroudan. In mythology, they were creatures that raised the demigod hero, Olroder, into adulthood after he was lost from his father, the Naroudan god of the clouds, Gether.
  • Meuhuadusa- A mythical medusa-like anemone from Watan mythology that has a large monstrous mouth, one singular eye, and multiple flailing stinger-tipped tentacles that has the power to turn people who looks at it's glowing yellow alien-like eye into coral which is it's prime diet.
  • Blushry- A mythical transparent and highly-detailed xenocnidarian of Lorphyd mythology that is like a blend between an anemone, a jellyfish, and a crustacean, having multiple large bug-like transparent bioluminescent yellow wings capable of stinging, a long red and white body and a fat-legged tail with spines, a blue mouth that splays several fangs, a thorny scolex used as deadly teeth, and bioluminescent stinging tentacles, and 4 pincer-like arms on it's frontal body. It appears in dark-purple inky fog clouds of it's own excretion, and punishes sinners by consuming them, stinging them to death, and quickly digesting them in a matter of 1 second. It was used as a means to scare bad people into behaving when they go too far, but such a thing has been outdated and stopped being told since everyone became too smart to believe it.

Criss-Crossers

  • Campion- A Crossing of a Scorpian with a Camel, where the front legs become instent pincers and a large scorpian tail waits at the rear end. These are creatures found most promdonently in Phend worlds. With both capabilities of camels and scorpians, Campions are intelligent beasts and are soical creatures, instently capable to detect danger even without seeing it first thanks to the scorpian side of it having the wing-like attactments on it's underside capable to detect water to store into it's hump or danger from the sand. Sometimes, they're used to help detect escaped enemies or prisoners of the Phends.
  • Buzztures- A litteral cross of a Vulture and a wasp and another predominant creature of Phend worlds. They're a hivemind that scavinge remains of a kill or a victim of the desert, where they eat some of the meat for themselves and take what they don't eat to their hive, commenly in cave complexes to feed to their larva and queen and/or impourent castes. They have multable insect wings in shape of the iconic vulture wings and process deadly venom and immunity to the bateria colonies found in the dead, and capable to tear flesh and break thick skin and armor with a four-piece manable resembling a Vulture's Beak. Phends commenly used these creatures and trackers and spies against would be threats and escaping prisoners
  • Sandriders- A cross between an anaconda and a mongolian death worm and another (thankfully) unigte commodity of Phends. Their forked tongues are also a miniture mouth that can grab prey trying to escape and consume whole, and even if it escaped, should the prey be bitten, it'll be invenomated and die a painful death while leaving a chemical trail for the beast to follow. The scariest thing is that these creatures are super-adaptive, even when the main Phend planet was destroyed, the sandriders evolved into a space breathing varient that loom in the planet ruins and target spare-fairing creatures or even travelers. Worse off, they start out as parasites to other creatures, which enabled these deadly creatures to be brought to other planets thanks to infected animals that were brought with them. As such, now Sandriders had appeared in planets not usually known to them, mainly in Phend colonies. Fortuntaltey, Phends, even at their time being at their absolute worse, do not wish Sandriders apawn their enemies, apart from being as a form of exicution, but only to the most absolute worse of any prisoner or insulter of the Phends.
  • Scawks- A cross between a hawk and a scarab. An omnivore spieces, though they do attract more to meat, Scawks have beautiful colored wings and wing cases that resemble hawk-wings, and beetle-eqsed talons designed to grab and skcewer prey, they can travel for miles at high speeds and can see for miles beyond ends. A unigte case for Phend worlds, the Scawks are commenly tamed as compians and are viewed as a heroldry animal of superiority and ahority that must be respected. Any who insults the superior, or his pet, or both, the insulter will often end up having the small parts of his body, eyes, ears, the tongue espeically, fingers and thumbs (Espeically if the middle finger jesture was used), toes, even their privates (if an act of harrassing or violating a superior's loved one or female relitive accured) and feed them to the pet Scawk as a harsh reminder of their athurity and a counter-insult to the insulter. Sometimes, the pet Scawk can even attack a would be threat of it's master and use it's hawk beak-shaped manables to do serious damage in the facial area, or even "below the belt" if the face were to be protected or if the threat's "family jewels" are deemed a more effective target. Scawks are used in the same way like the Buzztures in tracking and spying, but for a more personal level by the superior.
  • Clawder- A literal spider-crab cross, in that it's a spider with crab claws, a crab shell and some crab features, but their Funnel-Web-like fangs ultamately confirm their spider heratedge. Another creature of Phends, they behaive more closely to crabs then what you would assume from a crab/spider hybrid. Omnivores, they commenly wish to dine on plant matter and rottening carcusses or scraps left by Buzztures. They're generally passive and would sooner retreat in their holes then fight when a threat aroses, but when forced, they can deliver a desitating bite with their milky venom. Clawders are generally social creatures and live in herds, where they are mostly female and young, while males are often loners and either only travel by themselves or in bachular groups if they were siblings. Clawders are mainly farmed and herded by Phends for their milky venom of which Phends defelupted an ammunity to and drank in decent amounts because that in term strengthens their own venom. Don't worry, the venom is something that has to be injected for it to be deadly, ingesting has no real serious effects. It actselly tastes like normal milk (or what passes as AUU milk) and non-Phends can enjoy it themselves, that is unless your allergic to Clawder venom or at the least if it's your first time where the worse that happens is quiseiness and motion sickness, where it's worse if your allergic, but otherwise non-fatal. Clawder silk is also used to make Phend clothing materials that is strong, unbreakable and can even survive from a majority of lazer blasts, hence the creation of "Battle Robes" for the Phend millaterry. Clawders are RARELY eaten other then as a form of cremation where the Clawder's life is celebrated as a feast and the whole thing has to be eaten once it dies of old age or if it was killed by a predator or died of sickness (after it was throughohly cleansed alchourse). This tradition was made because dying or dead Clawders tend to attract savingers and/or predators that caught the whiff and would often threaten and endanger the living clawders over the carcuss.
  • Sheepines- A cross of sheep and/or goats with the abilities and features of porqupines and hedgehogs. As suppose to wool, the unigte Phend creature can grow body covering spines that can impale threats with spikes with the tip laced with toxens design to irritate predators and embulate Sandrider chemical trails so a rash will be the least of a predator's problems. The Sheepines can also curl up into balls as a defenseive manuver and roll down hills for a quick escape or even as a form of attack rolling down hills against threats with herd mentality. Both Males and Females can become extreme volitale when provoked or on the defenive. Males often own female herds up to the thoundsons with horns so grand it's amazing that it can manage to curl into a successful ball. Speaking of which, sometimes in contests, both males can curl up into balls, rev up and speed up against eachother and uncurl just in time to head-butt eachother, often making a force that can be felt even in miles away from the scene because of nearly breaking the sound barrior into skulls that evolved think enough to withstand pressure. The loudest pressure by the best male wins the prize of females and terratory. Phends often farm and herd Sheepines for their quills to make spike-covered armor design to bring great pain to enemies and to protect against assassins. In more extreme Phend Cultures, Sheepines are saciviced to weather gods in cultist rituals.
  • Gouse- A Goat-Mouse cross and another Phend creature which is their faverite shorce of meat. Gouse are asentually goats with mouse tails and ears and rodent-eqsed teeth. They can be stubbern as goats and usually thrive best in rocky evioments in Phend worlds. Living in harsh worlds, the Gouse has adapted to eat beyond it's herbavore range and came to consume sand and rocks with a digestive tract designed to handle this. When Gouse are not turned into meat, they can be kept as companions that use their abilities to find water pockets or oasis for their owners to use. Some Gouses are desinated as food, others are treated like having pethood and are never eaten apart from cremation alou to how Clawders are treated. Again, just buring the Gouse, runs the risk of inviting savingers and/or predators to cause trouble.
  • Donkesaurus- A Donkey-Eqsed Hadrosaur creature and another commodity of Phend Socity. The braying beasts are used as pack animals often by mercents and far distent travelers. They are just as hard to work with as normal donkeys, but they are great for early warning systems of predators or other dangers with their super-sensitive donkey-like ears and good vision. These creatures can process a mean, often fatal buck or kick that even Phends have to be careful not to be around the back.
  • Ele-Vine- Giant Mixtures between Elephants and Bovines in general, commenly to cows and bulls, and aother Phend creature. The Males can have tusks that resemble bull horns and can reach scary heights, while females have small and barely visable tusks. They came come in certain patterns, but are often grey in colors. They can be riden by Phends to ride off into war and desistate vast armies with ease because of how huge they are. We are talking close to the giant elephants from Lord of the Rings. Even the greatest tank can be simply stomped on by a Ele-Vine's foot without even too much effert. Their skin is incredability thick, even to the strongest laser as all it would do is bring their anger towords you.
  • Hy-Otes-  Basicly, it's what would happen if Hyenas and Coyotes were to mate. Hy-Otes, another beast of the world of Phends, are pretty much coyotes with the body and abilities of hyenas. Both a predator and a savinger, Hy-Otes often come in packs and are oppatunistic killers. They can even take on a Sandrider with the right stragity. Long snouts with bone-crushing jaws that enable them to eat even bones or hard exoskelitons, and a strong immunity against even the deadlist nateral venom. Hy-Otes are capable of good memory and un-charactisticly sofisicated standerds for creatures of their caliber, allowing them to adapt in even evioments alien to them and would adjust to all nature and naterol challnages. They can learn what to take on and what to avoid, espeically with Phends.
  • Lizardapede- A mix between basic lizards and centapedes, these usually small desert travelers have alot of hard to count legs capable of long distence travel, can borrow quickly and depending on type, can have typical lizard defences, like frills or the horny toad's infamous blood-eyes defence, and can come in many types. The really big Lizardapedes, commenly around the size of average snakes and can rarely be the size of average crocs or komodos, live far under ground in Phend Planets. Dispite being lizards, sometimes Lizardapedes can behavie abit more like snakes due to their bodies. Phends often consider them to be vermin because they often steal their food and/or spread desert deseises and always finding nests of them hiding in Phend homes. In some Phend cultures, they can be considered a delicay. Thanks to them boarding Phend ships, Lizardapedes have spread far beyond their native planet and became just as problematic as local Vrats and other native pests. Lizardapedes are often subugated to very rough Alberta-like standerds if their populations get too much.
  • Turab- Turtle-Eqsed Scarab beetles that thrive in caves or anichent ruins in Phend worlds. They can range tio standerd sizes to being as big as Goliath Beetles, Turabs can travel in large swarms and often feast on whatever the beetles are best preferent to eat. If vegatarian, they target plants and sometimes are problematic to crops of Phends. If predatory, a large enough swarm can be a threat to even the biggest Ele-Vine Bull. They can crawl into victims bodies The Mummy-Sytile, then target and consume valuable organs, even the brain, to quickly kill and consume would-be prey. Turabs are at best pests, at worse, a danger for even Phends to avoid, because apart from dietary hapits, it's hard to seperate between the kinds of Turabs without a risky closer inspectation. They also have the turtle ability to regress into their shells when things get dangerious.
  • SandSwimmer- A spieces of bug-legged Sand Fishes native to Phendian, but had easily managed to spread beyond it and became known system wide in desert planets. As the name suggests, the creatures swim in the sands and leap out of it like it was water. In Phend culture, they're considered to be a good shorce of meat and food for themselves and lifestock, but because of becoming a successful invasive spieces cause of their hapits of being attracted to Phend ships because they liked to hide in dark places, they end up in other desert planets, even ones not extreme as Phend arabic-like deserts, and spread like wildfire. Cause of it, some desert planets the SandSwimmers came to inhapit tend to be treated in Alberta-Eqsed extermination projects because of the would-be threat of damaging native ecosystems not best suited to house native fauna and the SandSwimmers. Though SandSwimmers are rarely dangerious to sentients, they are predatory fish and eat anything small enough for engulp whole, or in some cases attack larger prey in packs alure to pharanias. Sometimes, SandSwimmers are found in places that have beaches or islands, where they can be even more problamatic to creatures not suited to deal with them, and thus have to be given a treatment simular to how Snakeheads are treated in the Everglades.

Plants and Algae

Land Flora

Trees

  • Arngolia- A 10ft flowering tree which is noted for it's disc-like leaf structures that get smaller the higher it goes. These structures can fold upward onto the body to either avoid being eaten by herbivores or for protecting it from rough precipitation. The top of the plant has dozens of red flowers.
  • Albiona- An aloe-like tree found in jungles and has a large spiny-leafed middle, has a colorful top that bares pollen-sporers and are also edible as roasted nectar-filled poppers. The bottom of the canopy has dangling willow-like vines that have been known to tangle people, and a round stalk.
  • Bloodoge Tree- A tree known to produce the sweet bloodoge fruit, which is like a blood orange, but has red juice and orange outside.
  • Bottica- A species of flowering tree with a trunk similar to a bottle which collects rainfall, and uses poisonous sap to keep insects from drinking it's water. It's blue flowers grow on the upper branches and open in spring for pollination.
  • Bluuw- A miniature palm tree found in land reef planets that feed entirely on water and produce oxygen.
  • Bulbstalk- A bioluminescent tree that keeps a vital core that glow in different colors depending on the species or food it feeds on.
  • Ballberry Plant- A shrubby small tree that produces large orange-sized extremely juicy berries called ballberries which form in bunches.
  • Bloombranch- A tree that creates circular leaves that support any kind of animal yet detract during the night.
  • Bubbletree- An amphibious tree that is noted for it's leaves protecting leaves through a transparent bubble membrane, as well as filtering nutrients from hazardous environments.
  • Boozdew- A large tree that has sea-green moist leaves and grows quickly in moist environments. It's leaves also make a popular tea.
  • Buanche- A tropical tree that has a vertical bunch of leaves and commonly grows on hot humid alien worlds.
  • Blacktree- A black tree that mainly evolves on worlds with red sunlight, and often times have a fan-like shape to cope with stressful climates, and are common in over a thousand species across the AUU.
  • Ceenpess- A tall conifer similar to the cypress. The green structures can often cause bruises when scrapped, and the tree has a large cone on top that opens every spring for insects to pollinate it.
  • Cocoofa Tree- A country tree that creates a squash-like orange fruit called a Cocoofa. The fruit is inedible to certain beings, but it makes a good stimulant food.
  • Cactree- A small tree related to cactuses that grows in deserts and sheds it's spiny leaves every season.
  • Coralla- A coral-like amphibious tree that often grows in flooding areas.
  • Cyciria- A tall cypress-like tree with tiny orange inedible berries, needley leaves, orange bigger leaves, and a green trunk filled with powerful chloroplast.
  • Dandytree- A dandelion-like tree that spreads pelagic seeds from it's seed head.
  • Dandatriger- A medium-sized tree that has a spiky and rough trunk, root legs, and a grassy top tuft of colored branches and leaves that all expel when mature to grow somewhere else.
  • Ericia- A short desert palm that has a long root, needle leaves, and long pollen stalks.
  • Embryfruit Plant- A relative of the ballberry tree that produces fruits inside an inedible sac of fluid called an embryfruit.
  • Facallia- A species of tree which looks like a large protrusion from the ground with leaves. There is no top on the tree, and the spiky leaves are found around the middle and upper parts, forming a pill-like structure.
  • Filemeria- A large tree with bushes of thin red-tipped leaves, red lower bushes, and grass-covered trunks.
  • Flamow- A species of red-and-yellow flowering tree that grows at high altitudes near volcanoes. They are known for spraying a burning liquid to defend itself from predators.
  • Gaswolia- A large tree that is noted for having huge aerial roots, and are commonly found in wetlands or swamps. They produce silky dark-greed spiny leaves on it's canopy.
  • Graat- A species of bamboo-like tree which evolved from grasses. They have small leaves, and often-crooked. They grow seeds that float away from their top flowers like a dandelion.
  • Galmibu- A palm tree with a spiked bulbous lower trunk and an umbrella-like canopy of long leaves.
  • Gardentree- A large tree that has a trunk filled with dirt and nurtures other plants from inside and out.
  • Gloness- An amphibious tree with a bubble-like internal and branches tipped with bioluminescent bulbs.
  • Goldbrell- An small omnivorous tree with both leaves for photosynthesis and pitcher plants near the bottom to trap bugs.
  • Hagtree- A small tree with a sharp rugged appearance and a short lifespan of 50 years and yet it's unedible fruits are also it's seeds.
  • Handleplant- A carnivorous tree that attracts small animals with it's sweet-smelling but unedible fruits inside hand-like trapping vines before seizing and digesting them.
  • Huntania- A carnivorous tree which stands over 15ft tall, and grows red-and-orange flowers coated with a sticky sweet-smelling substance that attracts insects, and when it lands and gets stuck, the flower closes and digests it.
  • Kiper- A tree with retractable branches and leaves that detract when threatened or during the night.
  • Lichatin- A medium-sized hollow tree that functions as a part of a lichen, working in a symbiotic relationship for the benefit of both species.
  • Legroot- A giant tree that stands on strong leg-like roots that provide shelter and protection in exchange for it's own care by feeding off of parasites via small hairs on the internal roots.
  • Lafftree- A tree found on planets of different stars that change color every season and bare retractable edible vines that are actually coated in sticky digestive juices as a trap for insects.
  • Leedys- A tree that consists of fan-like palms which are powerful solar panels that don't just absorb sunlight, but make it a popular source of shade.
  • Lichytree- A strange tree with no branches or palms, but instead shares a symbiotic relationship with algae, and puff pollen from it's toothy-mouth-like top.
  • Lucktree- A colorful short tree with leaves that are considered lucky. The leaves change color twice a season.
  • Malcharite- A funnel-like tree which stands at up to 15-30ft tall depending upon the species. The funnel-like tops are meant to catch water from precipitation for it to use, and often acts like a birdbath for certain birds. Below the funnel are long branches bearing large leaves.
  • Mazetree- A giant tree and among the biggest in the AUU. So named after being so elaborate, excavating such a plant was considered an easy way to get lost. Many predators live in this tree in order to act as arboreal hunting territory, and the tree itself can grow into multiple different shapes. The roots stick out of the ground and form vein-like navigable structures, the leaves change color seasonally, green in the spring, dark-green in the summer, and a different color in the autumn depending upon the species, and it is considered a very popular plant to breed in animal playgrounds. Some species produce fruits and berries.
  • Neldeef- A vine tree which has a straight body, and on the top are large vines that can stand upward and opens a flower-like leaf which catches extra water from precipitation for the plant to use.
  • Paalam- A palm tree with leathery palms with holes used to filter excess heat.
  • Padyerea- A tree that has strange beautiful leaves that actually change color depending on the star system they grow in. For example, they turn green under a yellow sun, and black under a red sun.
  • Palma- A miniature palm tree about as tall as a bush which has long thick leaves.
  • Plumptree- A tree similar to Dorstenia gigas, but it's plump trunk actually works like a stomach that brews the different kind of sustenance needed for it's different functions.
  • Poffer- A large Truffula-like tree that has a white bush that changes color and chooses what kind of light it wants to absorb. Photosensitive stalks on the tree help it determine what light is available.
  • Pseudoserlenn- A carnivorous tree which mimics the Serlenning Tree, and the flower part feeds on insects and birds that come close to it, and digest it with acidic juices.
  • Ringbark- A tree that has green rings around them which grow into it's leaves which go into autonomy under bad circumstance.
  • Sarpender- A flowering tree which has a lavender-and-brown-colored flower. The tree itself also comes with cones that are spiky and layered. The leaves are very large, being shaped like a bat.
  • Surfacess- An amphibious tree that jets out from the water in a palm of ranging size depending upon the species. They come in 817 different species across the AUU.
  • Serlenning- A short tree which stands about as tall as a human, and on the top is a large flower with surrounding leaves that form the shape of a palm tree. The flower sprays spores every weekend of the spring.
  • Sembeera- A diminutive palm tree that produces a monkey bread/cake-like pineapple called a Sembirry, along with 1cm red berries and an edible upper pod called a candle.
  • Spikalm- A needley palm tree that defends itself from herbivores like a porcupine with it's quill-like leaves. In some species, these are poisonous.
  • Steelwood- A massive tree known for possessing the densest and hardest wood in the AUU, and is used for making houses or barrels with the toughest nature.
  • Stacktop- A tree with canopies that look like funnel-shaped stacks. This is how they defend against herbivores as the palm below the eaten one replaces it.
  • Suntree- A small tree that thrives in yellow supergiant planets and has bioluminescent pods and seeds, as well as yellow leaves that indicate they survive entirely on light.
  • Swattree- A tree that has a fan that looks like a flyswatter, hence the name. This fan is used for regulating heat during photosynthesis.
  • Stingertree- A glowing willow tree that has stinging tentacles. It can be found in marine marshes and land reef.
  • Tapress- A medium-sized tree which is known for having a series of supportive structures on the bottom for sucking up water from multiple areas of moisture, and the rest of the spiky tree is lightweight enough for the supports to hold it.
  • Taba- A tree that has not leaves, but a different kind of patterned structure that helps the plant adapt biologically to any exoplanetary alien landscape.
  • Traptree- A small tree that has many pitcher plants that trap prey to feed the entire tree into a cauldron inside the bottom as a combination of photosynthetic sugars and meat.
  • Topsa- A baobab-like tree similar in appearance to the Grandidier's baobab of Madagascar, and is an efficient tree in the architecture of primate beings and sentient primates, and it is a tree where treehouses and other metropolitan monuments can be easily built.
  • Tabletree- A giant 40ft tree that has mushroom-like spongy structures around it's trunk, used to absorb moisture from precipitation. It comes out of low-depth bodies of water, and comes in 18 different species across the AUU.
  • Tentacroot- A giant tree that can be found in swamps, and is named for it's roots, having been known to stretch out like solid frozen tentacles. There are 53 different species across the AUU.
  • Ucalyoptus- An outback-native tree that is a widespread species. Their leaves are a nutritious source of food only to marsupials, inedible to everything else. They come in hundreds of different species.
  • Umbratree- An umbrella-shaped tree that is similar to Dracaena cinnabari. They are a widely-popular climbing tree to sentient primates, and treehouses are very easy to build in the canopy, and even an entire cantina has been known to built in the tree canopy itself.
  • Walcin- A species of tall willow-like tree with vines that are long enough to almost reach the bottom, making the tree itself look like a tall green monster.
  • Walltree- A large tree that has been noted for being fat, wide, and flat, yet very strong and baring elaborate branches and alien-like leaves. They grow on multiple rocky islands, and they can commonly be an obstacle when people travel on them, giving them their name. They themselves can do this so much, they can create elaborate mazes and labyrinths.
  • Xanrodd- A species of cycad which has curly leaves, and non-edible and poisonous blue berries. While these berries are used in illegal poisons, the tree itself is beautiful.
  • Zampine- A bush-like tree which has spikey pine-like leaves that form a green oval-like shape that make the tree look like a huge lollipop.

Cactuses

  • Boop- A green-yellow cactus made of a spongey material internally and nurtures plants in the desert by expelling excess water.
  • Cractus- A twisty tall cactus of tiny thorns and 90,000 species across the AUU.
  • Coractus- A species of coral-like mountainous cactus with a red pigment that hides chlorophyll, and has black and dark-purple flowers. The colors protect it from the ultraviolet rays of high altitudes.
  • Feeben- A thornless desert cactus that opens it's top flower during the day to absorb sunlight.
  • Graggle- A large black cactus found on lava and red-star worlds that has a black coloration, and is barbed with poisonous red spikes that it uses to spread it's seeds. It comes in 84 different species across the AUU.
  • Jalxesin- A type of flowering cactus which can grow as big as a common tree. It is noted for it's leaf-like structures which absorb the intense sunlight since it needs a lot, and sucks up water from the ground into a large bottom sac. The red flower on top of the cactus has pollen that is carried around by insects.
  • Poditus- A tall thornless cactus that has a giant pod on top that becomes a flower in spring which erupts with pollen to reproduce. The flower is rarely seen.
  • Polltus- A relative of the Poditus that has a self-germinating pod that sends it's developing seeds off during windy season in balloon-like orbs until they land.
  • Pottu- A mobile invasive cactus that actually chemically enhances the exotic plants and soil it collects and even passes to it's offspring.
  • Procken- A species of cactus which has a unique form of defense for it's water-filled top balloon sac: it's roots are sensitive and trigger long poisonous spikes that scare off any creature that tried to drink it's water.
  • Srurge- A rocket-shaped cactus that has rocket-fin-shaped roots and survives on heat, water, and sunlight, as it usually produces not just air and sugar, but also steam. It thrives in geothermal wastes and humid climates, and some species share symbiosis with extremophilic bacteria.
  • Steamite- A species of barrel-shaped cactus which is like a living steam engine. It stores water it sucks from the ground inside it's body and a transparent membrane on top of it make evaporation possible so the water vapor inside can be easier for it to get water due to it's lack of leaves. It will spray excess steam from it's membrane if it feels full.
  • Stingthorn- A cactus noted for being able to defend itself through stinging thorns that sting in a similar fashion to jellyfish.

Bushes, Shrubs, and Ferns

  • Bloodbush- A giant spiny red bush with poisonous vines and a smell of rotting meat.
  • Biame- A giant tree-sized fern that comes in hundreds of species across the AUU.
  • Bugus- A bugle-like bioluminescent plant that shows a flashlight-like patch of light, and is originally native to Klonium. They come in 69 different species across the AUU.
  • Burbfern- A pelagic balloon-like artificial plant that was bred by Outtians to assist in pollinating in exchange for spreading it's own spores.
  • Chella- A jellyfish-like shrub which has leaves that form an umbrella-like structure, and under the structure is more structures that form layers, making this bush bouncy.
  • Cycbush- A logged conifer bush with retractable leaves and tiny pinecone burs.
  • Coocon- A flask-like plant that is like a plant bottle, as it is a walking plant that feeds off of seeds, and nurtures them to act as a plant in a bottle to act as symbiosis. It comes in 28 species across the AUU.
  • Flapash- A bush of leaves and long stalks with leaves that make decorative garden plants.
  • Glowpod- A plant with large leaves and a bioluminescent and heat-baring pod.
  • Geevus- A fern that is a large bundle of tan palm leaves that have a brown/red stalk that goes to tan when it goes to the leaf. It is a basking plant that thrives in moist climates.
  • Leafreed- A giant thick leaf that absorbs sunlight and is commonly found on worlds of intense and long-lasting sunlight.
  • Lollitree- A lollipop-like relative of leafreeds that has a large circular leaf atop a large log.
  • Leayv- A large leaf that grows from out of the water, and comes in many different colors depending upon the species and ecosystem. It has tall support-like roots, and the leaf is mainly used for basking.
  • Nooteek- A shrub with a leafy bottom and a series of large stalks with red-violet lilac-like flowers.
  • Omawk- A shrub that looks like a sea fan. The bottom of the bush has long pinnate leaves, and on the top is a large structure with leaves forming a crown and looks like a circle on a peacock's rear feathers.
  • Qrokler- A tuber bush that can live for a hundred thousand years and chooses the appearance and physiology of it's growing leaves that change depending on the changing climate.
  • Rinalcrus- A phragmite-like bush with a puffy bottom sprouting from a stump, and stalks which large spikey bushy tips.
  • Spotleaf- A species of palm bush that commonly has spots of any color on them depending upon the species. They can grow vertically on any surface as long as there is water. It comes in 811 different species across the AUU.
  • Spoky- A long stalk of leaves with height depending on the species that have metamorphosis and take a form every decade. It starts off a small bush, then a stalk of leaves, then a solid stalk of leaves, then a cactus-like needley liquivore, then a carnivorous plant with sticky leaves, then finally a large flower ready to reproduce with the energy it collected in it's lifetime, before finally dying.
  • Utanna- A flowering bush which has blue and orange flowers. The bush even produced non-edible berries that are often used in surgical creams and medicines.
  • Uridiplant- A glowing bioluminescent leafy fern that defends itself with slag from Uridium. Mainly native to worlds that have Uridium, and those rumored to have it, this plant which can grow exponentially in size and living for thousands of years, shows up the rest of it's kind.
  • Vawa- A species of bush that evolved from grass. It consists of a 3ft trunk which has anemone-like leaf structures.
  • Vovulace- A blue-green-to-blue sea fan-like leaf that grows out of the ground and basks itself in the sun. It comes in 881 different species across the AUU.
  • Wastebush- A desert-occurring plant that has dull intensely-strong leaves with holes and can survive harsh climates. They come in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Wigwant- A giant flower bush that has a rough tattered appearance, is very large as to be protected from anything that can feed on it, is very poisonous, and is often times carnivorous depending upon the 150 species across the AUU.

Vines, Tubers, and Grasses

  • Blackon- A black grass that mainly evolves on worlds with red sunlight, as it is necessary to absorb as much solar energy as possible, and come in over a hundred different species.
  • Flowypad- A lily pad with a giant pink flower on it's top that unloads puffs of magic-like pollen.
  • Feeter- A long grass that bares pea pods on the top, coming in 4004 different species across the AUU.
  • Featherweed- A long grass that looks identical to feathers and can often have jagged tops.
  • Geelyplant- A plant that consists of bud-like pods of orange leaves and long grassy vines.
  • Glowo- A bioluminescent grass native to many worlds in 46 different species, as it acts in symbiosis with wildlife, is poisonous to eat, and it provides light in exchange for the materials left over by animals and other organisms.
  • Glosew- Seaweed or coral-like long grass that grow in wetlands or former ocean worlds.
  • Hengrass- A large grass that stands tall enough to dangle over many creatures, and illuminates in neon-yellow-green light with a large pod on the tip, coming in a palm-like bunch. They come in 81 different species across the AUU.
  • Hoolce- An amphibious grass that has holes and is translucent. They are commonly found on many waterworlds and the islands they incorporate. They come in 270 different species across the AUU.
  • Leight- A swamp-dwelling large grass that has a large bulb that lights bright-red, as it forms a symbiotic relationship with creatures who have a hard time seeing, even in night-vision. It comes in 181 different species across the AUU.
  • Neonstalk- A long grass that produces a top sack of hot red poisonous fluid for defense.
  • Poilint- A long cattail-like grass that has a lamp-like tip with bioluminescence on it. It comes in 19 different species across the AUU.
  • Poison Avy- A flowering plant with the same kind of substance that causes itching in poison ivy, and carries yellow-and-green flowers that spread seeds by insects.
  • Roeha- A complex desert plant that is actually subterranean and has a series of tubes and roots that jet out of the ground in arches, and sometimes have edible rhizomes and tubers depending upon the 6,000 species all over the AUU.

Flowers

  • Bolsy- A purple-to-blue spotted flower on spiky red vines which is an invasive species that uses spores to spread to virtually every source of land. Their coloration is stunning to most people, and their scent is often used in aromas and lotions.
  • Chlorch- A green-colored flower which has petals filled with chlorophyll and allow it to accelerate it's photosynthesis. Instead of a stalk, it grows on a small bamboo-like trunk.
  • Crownflower- An orchid-like flower that has a petal identical to a crown and can commonly be found on rainforest worlds.
  • Dycidia- A flowering plant as big as a tree, standing 3-4 meters tall. They are The Neomione store salt in a hollow tube that houses the stem, forming a kind of bark. They only appear in wetlands, coasts, tropical islands, and even underwater, possessing flowers that are housed in the green bush which caps each cone. The pollen is often carried across oceans by pollinating aerial sea birds or by currents depending upon the species.
  • Dakdak- A plant that bares flowers with multiple carpel heads each and are invasive plants.
  • Gonk- A purple pot-like flower that can grow vertically or on the ground. They can suck water from that around them with two tube-like proboscis, and they can collect it from open precipitation. They come in 19 different species across the AUU.
  • Liberger- A carnivorous yellow-and-orange flower which serves as both a trap and a reproductive organ. It allows pollinating insects to take it's pollen for nourishment, but other insects it will eat.
  • Lumuly- A flowering plant that is distinguished for producing a large bioluminescent lily-like flower that ranges in color depending upon the thousands of species found across the AUU.
  • Megflower- The biggest flower in the AUU which releases tons of pollen every spring as the pollen are fertilized by female flowers and spread as spores that land and grow. The pollen is extremely sensitive to animal senses as most are allergic.
  • Monstrower- A frightening-looking flower that scares away herbivores with it's flowers that look like the face of a monster. They come in over a million species across the AUU.
  • Nansy- A thorny-stemmed purple-and-blue flower which resembles a pansy. They slowly spray spores from an inner tube that float around in the air and is dragged across the wind until it lands somewhere where it grows.
  • Parasiflis- A large carnivorous flowering plant that is actually rather unique as it doesn't feed on large organisms. Rather, it is a plant that feeds on parasites and harmful organisms from whatever flying creature enters it's large cup-like tiger-lily-like flower. It feeds on the parasites, and in return, the patient pollinates the plant. The plant comes in a hundred different species across the AUU, and can sometimes be aquatic.
  • Plass- A purple-with-white-spotted orchid which is native in wetland climates. It grows on stalks near rivers and bodies of water. It's stalk can sometimes go underwater or even near the water.
  • Rinch- A tree-flower that acts as a carnivorous plant and a reproducing flower.
  • Sunber- A large and incredibly-rare tiger-lily-like flower which is noted for it's sweet edible nectar, it's black-spotted and orange-yellow coloration, and it's beauty. It can commonly be found in jungles and savannas.
  • Slanker- A flowering plant that bares a pod on it's top which releases pollen for reproducing, and petals that act as leaves.
  • Tose- A mahogany-colored rose-like flower which has no thorns like the common rose. They bloom every spring and shut every autumn.
  • Tecea- A golden flower known to sprout buds that have tendril-like arms which it uses to interact with anything in it's range, and the arms do many jobs. There are over 50 species all throughout the AUU.
  • Treewer- A trunked flowering plant that is like a tree if it was just a flower, with petals acting as leaves, a pollen pod in the middle with stalks that spray the pollen when ready to reproduce.

Pods

  • Bangler- A pod that sprouts blue bunches of berries that are actually extremely toxic, and can explode to protect the plant.
  • Bruit- A small inedible ground fruit that has been known to detonate in a toxic ooze when touched like a bomb, feeding on the nutrients leftover from the inflicted victim, and also regrowing and spreading seeds. Coming in 7 different species across the AUU.
  • Crylisk- A crystalline plant pod that reflects light to defend itself.
  • Crazane- A pod with long yellow petals that spreads it's pollen by erupting it like a volcano.
  • Eggbloom- A blue pod that internally produces fruits called eggblooms, and reproduces through small stalks.
  • Flaupew- A small trunk pod that bares small red alien flowers.
  • Fewweed- A plant that has a long stalk of thick toothed leaves atop a brain-coral-like pod.
  • Grubwort- A spongey plant that survive entirely on water and mix up a brew of pollen goo which is spread during the rainy season.
  • Gleew- A red pineapple-like pod found in swamps and ponds that has bioluminescent stalks and releases bioluminescent spores.
  • Gourdplant- A small pod plant that has flower/traps which feed on pollinating insects and get fertilized doing so.
  • Spotyp- A pod noted for it's spotted coloration that actually warns of poisonous sap via aposematism. It's grassy top and bottom are used for getting food and eventually reproducing.

Zooplantae/Planimals

  • Boole- A large planimal that is stacked in 3 bioluminescent bulbs on a large stalk, and curled tendrils on the top. These tendrils are stingers and the creature sucks prey into it's top and consumes it within the bulbs which are bioluminescent stomachs. They come in 255 different species across the AUU.
  • Biogloze- A planimal that possesses an opening heat-sensitive flower that produces an spore edible only to non-sentient animals and are transferred to wildlife through their feces, and grow into more patches of flowers.
  • Brewzote- A large tree-like planimal that has an upper structure shaped like a cauldron, a large nervous and circulatory system, and photosynthetic glowing yellow leaves with spiny touch-sensitive edges that open at dawn and close at sunset. These creatures are known for the chemical cooking brew in the cauldron-like structure as they mix water with sugar, it's own blood, and other organic fluids to create a sweet nectar that large pollinators extract, and allow it to use hair-like follicles to transfer spores so that the pollinator can carry them and allow it to reproduce.
  • Bloot- An amphibious planimal that looks like a small bush, but is actually a stinging plant-animal related to anemone-like creatures that sting and consume anything that gets too close to it. They come in 82 different species across the AUU.
  • Colvent- A small tree-like planimal which acts as a large mobile tube that stores heated rainwater and releases bubbles of oxygen and sometimes steam during it's photosynthesis. It has gray-purplish leaves that are rich in veins wit blood that contains photsynethic yellow-blood cells.
  • Cranizote- A bizarre tree-like planimal which is noted for having multiple branches with transparent brain chrysalises on each tip, suggesting that this species is capable of doing multiple jobs at the same time. They come in different appearances depending upon the species.
  • Cloid- A red elegant lettuce-like planimal that is edible to only a few forms of wildlife, and can often times be bioluminescent and display veins. They come in 96 different species across the AUU.
  • Founter- A blue tree-like planimal that traps water within it's cup-like chambers from precipitation. This not only nurtures it, but also attracts animals that are symbiotic or prey. They come in 187 species across the AUU.
  • Gol- A bioluminescent planimal grass that is a Swiss cheese-like grass that glows bright, and has a symbiotic relatonship with wildlife that provide it nutrients in exchange for light and sight. It comes in over 250 species across the AUU.
  • Heliozote- A planimal that consists of roots, a nervous system, and large solar-absorbing sails that open at dawn and shut at sunset. These sails absorb sunlight quickly and increase it's food capacity.
  • Lumizote- A bioluminescent coral-like flexible tree with a nervous system and blood that glows whitish-blue. They can survive entirely on water and CO2 as they possess enzymes that transform them into the alternate sugar it needs.
  • Loomba- A large planimal that is like a tree with giant bioluminescent, yet highly-volatile, pods on it's top branches. These are used to spread toxins so that the poisoned prey can be consumed by it's roots.
  • Nervystalk- A planimal tree that is touch-sensitive and thus, depending on the thousands of species, will do anything upon touch.
  • Optizote- A planimal which has an organ in the middle of it's flower which acts like an eye, giving it the ability to see. It can squirt spores from it's 'eye', and the 'eye' itself also serves as the brain and heart of the plant. The eye itself is edible on many worlds.
  • Portozote- A mobile planimal that resembles a large tree with a large tiger lily-like flower on top, and tiger-lily-colored glowing photosynthetic leaves with spiny touch-sensitive edges. They possess circulatory and nervous systems, and are known to reproduce only in one area by releasing a cloud of spores within it's vicinity. It moves in order to find a viable environment to photosynthesize and reproduce.
  • Rhylomze- A large tree-like planimal that has a bizarre life-cycle. Living over thousands of years, these creatures started off as predatory spider-like creatures that were part of the roots of other Rhylomze trees until they ate enough meat to grow into a new Rhylomze tree, reproducing more predatory young through it's roots.
  • Surfacozote- A 50ft tree-like planimal which possesses photosynthetic yellow-spotted table coral-like structures around it's trunk with bioluminescent surfaces, and a large leafy bioluminescent bush on top. This is an easy thing to climb on and competitions are held to climb these things.
  • Soonuce- A sand-blue planimal that has three leaves on it's top, and can be found coming out of the water on many worlds across the AUU. It comes in 26 different species.
  • Stingpad- A large lilypad-like planimal that dwells on bodies of water, but the top has large white elaborate web-like stingers which are sticky, and it uses these to trap and sting it's prey, while it spreads it's seed through flowers. There are 56 different species across the AUU.
  • Tapyria- A large platform-like creature that resembles a jellyfish with a head shaped like a platform. This platform simulates soil and thus it's easy for plants to grow on it and give it a symbiotic relationship as photosynthesis feed the both of them.
  • Thigmozote- An anemone-like plant which is known for it's upper stinger-like structures that are motion sensitive and attracted to the heat signature of any nearby animals. These structures are harmless as all they do is eat dead skin.
  • Transpus- A planimal that has large translucent spotted flat surfaces on it's upper body, meant for photosynthetic purposes. These surfaces are touch-sensitive and will respond with color-changing when stepped on, suggesting a high grade of intelligence.
  • Ypythyra- A mushroom-like planimal that has organic tentacles that use static electricity harnessed from it's conductive tissue. It uses this either as a defense, or for attracting it's tentacles to animals and feeding off of any dead skin it may contain.
  • Zotto- A bioluminescent planimal that resembles a small tree, having blue leaves with spiny touch-sensitive edges, and has been used for décor on many worlds. They produce bioluminescent spores that spread through the air and turn into bug-like creatures that choose where they want to grow up.
  • Zopong- A planimal that has large purple crusty branches tipped with bright blue stinging tips. It feeds on anything that tries to do so to it, and constricts on it, digesting it.

Fruits

  • Azulfruit Tree- A tree that produces a blue grapefruit with a sweet and sour tasting inside called an azulfruit.
  • Bilanca Tree- A tree that produces Bilanca fruits. The Bilanca fruit is like a peach, except it is red in color, and tastes exactly like peaches.
  • Blumfruit Bush- A bush that produced small red egg-shaped fruits called blumfruits. Having an intense taste, these fruits have been used to create many forms of cuisine.
  • Burple Bush- A bush that produces blue and purple-striped fruits called burples. Burples have an intensly sweet taste, and are filled with tons of protiens.
  • Cyanoberry Bush- A bush that produces small cyan-colored berries called cyanoberries. They taste like blueberries, only it is much sweeter.
  • Chlorotruit Tree- A tree that produced a pear-like dark green fruit called a chlorotruit. The fruit tastes just like pears, and the outside crust was so sweet, it was extremely edible.
  • Castox Cactus- A cactus that produced spiked purple fruits called Castox fruits. The thorns needed to be removed before being eaten.
  • Citritro Tree- A tree that produces lemon-like golden yellow citrus fruit called Citritro fruits. They are sweet and taste like limes.
  • Chromeberry Bush- A bush that produces multi-colored berries called chromeberries. The color varys on each berry.
  • Dangleberry Vine- A vine that produces small fruits called dangleberries, known to hang on a long straight vine. The vines only bloom once a year, and the fruits are sweet and sour.
  • Farrconberry Tree- A tree that produces farrconberries, a fruit that was considered a delicacy throughout the UUniverses. They were prized for their fine scent and the invigorating effect they produced when eaten.
  • Fruitnut Tree- A palm tree that produces coconut-like fruits called fruitnuts, which have coconut-like shells with an edible fruit core inside.
  • Granana Tree- A tree that produces grananas, an orange version of a banana with a peel that's hard to get off, and has a much sweeter taste.
  • Groope Vine- A vine that produces jelly-filled grape-like fruits called groops, which come in 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Goldfruit Tree- A tree that produced plump orange and tangerine-like fruits called goldfruits, noted for their flourescent gold color. This color is made by the sweet edible caramel-flavoured wax that aids in photosynthesis.
  • Gusherberry Bush- A bush that produced jelly-filled pink berries called gusherberries. The jelly is the tastiest part of the berry, and is rich in protien and sugars.
  • Ghosjeno Plant- A pepper plant which creates white-blue nutritious peppers called ghosjenos, or ghost peppers (in AUU terms). The ghosjenos are one of the spiciest peppers in the AUU, and the enflaming taste can last for hours, even after finishing the meal or with water.
  • Honeymelon Vine- A vine that produced large sweet red-violet melons called honeymelons. The melons are used in many forms of cuisine.
  • Jugonberry Bush- A bush that produced indigo-colored berries called jugonberries. Jugonberries have been known to be very sweet and bitter, and is a delectable favorite.
  • Lixwi Tree- A tree that produced kiwi fruit-like fruits called Lixwi fruits. They are muddy-green in color, and are covered in yellow spots. These spots are the tastiest and healthiest part of the Luxwi fruit.
  • Lyfoul Plum Plant- A flowering plant that bares a red spotted plum called the Lyfoul Plant, which is too poisonous for most animals and sentient beings, but the only creatures that eat them are Lyfouls and other small birds.
  • Marbleberry Bush- A bush that produced scarlet-colored marble-shaped berries called marbleberries. They are sour in taste, but they are still healthy fruit choices.
  • Mujho Tree- A tree that produced a small red-orange fruit called a Mujho fruit. Mujho fruits have a lemon-lime taste, and is an excellent source of protein.
  • Noxberry Bush- A massive bioluminescent bush that produces small bunches of berries called noxberries, named after their noxious aromas and their burning flesh, causing most animals to leave alone. But some species, like those that use emetarmosis, or the ability to use vomit as a kind of weapon, common among many creatures in the AUU.
  • Oyminia Tree- A palm tree that produces entire bunches of small banana-like fruits that look like an average fruit called an Oyminia, but still need to be peeled.
  • Plastofruit Tree- A Peerbonian genetically-bred tree that produces a golden-colored lemon-like fruit called a Plastofruit. This fruit is capable of altering body appearances and used for plastic surgery. It can either be ingested or the juices can be rubbed into the skin.
  • Plasmaberry Bush- A bush that produced bioluminescent blue berries called plasmaberries. Their bioluminescent auras are not a sign that it is poisonous, but it is a sign of it being high in protien.
  • Purplum Tree- A tree that produces a purple plum-like fruit called a purplum. Purplums are sweet and are good for nutrition.
  • Pyropper Plant- A large plant which produces dozens of stalks of fire-colored peppers called pyroppers, or fire peppers. These are the spiciest peppers of the AUU, and have lots of proteins and an enflaming taste.
  • Remon Tree- A tree that produced remons, the alternate version of lemons. They make many forms of cuisine such as remonade.
  • Rinzofruit Tree- A tree that creates a blue and yellow fruit called a rinzofruit. Rinzofruits have an intense taste, and a high amount of fiber and protiens.
  • Ringoa Tree- A tree that produces green plums called Ringoa fruits. They are rich in sugars and protiens and are intensely sweet.
  • Squishmelon Vine- A vine that produced a sweet-tasting red and purple striped melon called a squishmelon, named after it's squishy interior.
  • Sherry Tree- A short bush-like tree that produces a small pinkish-red cherry-like fruit called a sherry, which contains more sugars than it's evolutionary cousin the zherry.
  • Starfruit Tree- A tree that produces star-shaped strawberry-like fruits called starfruits. They are the tastiest when ripe.
  • Sunberry Tree- A tree that produces yellow orange-like fruits called sunberries. Sunberries are named for their rich amount of Vitamin D. They are also delectable when cooked.
  • Spoxxato Vine- A thorny vine that produces a highly-spicy tomato-like fruit called a Spoxxato. The spoxxato itself grows in large bunches, and their colors depend upon how ripe it is, all three of which are edible. The green starting color is the safest to eat considering it's low count of hot substances, the yellow is moderately-hot, and the red is mainly for the lovers of the hot substance and is rarely used in seasoning. The fruit itself was once considered poisonous due to it's hot substances, but it was later disproven by a daredevil.
  • Spiceberry Plant- A plant that is known to bare hot pepper berries called spiceberries which are a fine snack, or is an excellent seasoning in cuisine, coming in 89 different species across the AUU.
  • Terraberry Plant- A plant that produces a dull-purple fruit called a terraberry. They grow underground like most vegetables, and must be cleaned before eaten.
  • Thithi Plant- A species of pepper plant which comes in over 15 species, all containing 15 varieties of peppers that are like chili peppers, but look different in terms of size, texture, and color.
  • Urory Bush- A bush that is widely known for producing a fruit called a urory, or commonly 'pee-pee fruit' considering the similar taste and similar nitrogen concentration. While this partially-inedible fruit has been known to produce poisonous gas, it has also been used by Teadr 7 beings to produce makeshift poison bombs.
  • Vooji Tree- A tree that produces purple and green-striped citrus fruits called Vooji fruits. Vooji fruits are sweet and sour, and filled with sugars and protiens.
  • Velvar Tree- A tree that produces a purple pear-shaped fruit called velvars. Velvars were known for their velvety aroma when ripe, and had a sweet taste.
  • Woomberry Vine- A vine that produces blue rasberry-like fruits called woomberries. They are juicy and sweet and rich in fiber, carbs, and protiens.
  • Womqa Tree- An outback-native tree that produces a nutritious mango-like fruit called a Womqa that comes in different colors depending upon the six species all across the AUU.
  • Xlaxfruit Tree- A tree that produces a juicy purple fruit called a xlaxfruit. Xlaxfruits are the tastiest when they are ripe, and they have a sweet and juicy taste.
  • Zumokin Vine- A vine that produced red pumpkin-like fruits called zumokins. Zumokins are sweeter than pumpkins, and are rich in protien, sugars, and carbs.
  • Zherry Tree- A tree that produced red-violet cherry-like fruits called zherries. They are the alternate version of cherries. They taste like cherries, only with a more intense flavour.

Vegetables

  • Chloroshrub- A vine with edible leaves that can encroach even on clear spaces. When it is chopped into a spice, it gives off a spicy scent.
  • Celegray Plant- A plant with edible stalks like celery. It tastes sweeter than celery even when raw.
  • Crabronge Plant- A plant that houses edible cabbage-like leaves rich in protiens, folate, betaine, calcium, and sodium. These leaves can even be mashed up into a sweet-smiling spice.
  • Cotaxo Plant- A plant that grows potato-like vegetables that are sweet and have an intense taste. These are the alternate versions of potatoes. They are twice as delicious when used to make french fries, cotaxo chips, and other potato-like products.
  • Dweezus Plant- A plant that can be all eaten. They are gooey, and are usually purchased in bunches.
  • Guroot Plant- A plant that houses a type of orange radish that could be either eaten, or grinded into a sweet-smelling spice. Many people believe that consuming this spice is good for one's health.
  • Grovinvi Plant- A plant that houses a pear-shaped onion called a grovinvi. Grovinvies are spicy and filled with omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Jandarra Plant- A small tubular purple and green edible stalk with a sweet and intense taste. They are full of a low amount of sugar and salt, and a large amount of magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium.
  • Jomtato- A potato-like tuber vegetable that is incredibly juicy, salty, and sweet, rooted like a wild onion, and is commonly used to create many forms of fast food all across the AUU, and comes in 8 species.
  • Letterece- An edible leafy plant that is essentially AUU Lettuce, coming in 80 different species across the AUU.
  • Manak- A plant with edible and spicy leaves that are considered a delicacy for their intense spicy taste. These spices are a healthy source of nutrition.
  • Norbroot Plant- A plant with an edible root similar to onions called a norbroot, but spicier. The root is considered so delicious, people call the norbroots Holy Roots.
  • Nekka Plant- A plant that houses a salmon red beet called a nekka. The nekka is salty and sour when heated, and is high in protien, carbs, and sodium.
  • Nicarinach- A plant that has edible leaves. The leaves contain dozens of nutritional substances such as Vitamin A, C, D, E, and K, magnesium, manganese, folate, betaine, iron, calcium, folic acid, selenium, and omega-3 fatty acids. They are the alternate version of spinach.
  • Preus Plant- A species of pea plant with dark green peas called preus. The preus are rich in protiens, sodium, and iron. They taste sweet and salty when they are cooked.
  • Roneton Plant- A plant with a dull purple beet called a roneton that has a sweet and sour taste when heated.
  • Rhodonion Plant- A plant that houses a pink onion-like vegetable which is low in salt, and rich in manganese, Vitamin B, C, D, and K, and iron.
  • Spristout Plant- A plant that houses a Brussels sprout-like vegetable called a Spristout. They are rich in omega-3 fatty acids as well as protiens and iron and sodium.
  • Scrubroot Plant- A plant that houses edible roots called scrubroots. These roots were rich in magnesium, manganese, iron, sodium, potassium, and calcium.
  • Spongwer- A large cattail stalk that stands taller in swamp ecosystems, coming in different colors, and the top colorful sausage-like part, called the Sponga, is extremely edible and nutritious in some species.

Nuts, Seeds and Legumes

  • Bubbis Bush- A bush that produces pods containing bubble-shaped beans called Bubbis Beans. They are nutritious beans that actually contain a jelly that is sour, yet healthy.
  • Balbo Plant- A species of plant which creates small seeds inside small pods called Balbo Seeds. Each pod contains up to 7 seeds. These seeds are edible and very nutritious and crunchy.
  • Barch Bush- A species of bush which creates nutmeg-like edible fruits called Barches, which have a carbohydrate, protein, and fiber-filled outer fruit, and inside is a red core which contains black nuts which contain proteins and fibers.
  • Beeda Planet- A legume plant that bare 10ft pods containing a legume called a beeda, whereas over 82 individual beedas can be contained in a single pod. The plant itself bares these pods like a bunch of bananas hanging from it's large canopy.
  • Carkew Tree- A flowering tree which not only produces lilac-colored flowers, but also a fruit and a nut called a Carkew Fruit and a Carkew Nut. These are the AUU version of cashew apples and cashew nuts.
  • Chakkakkia Plant- A species of flowering plant that creates pistachio-like nuts called Chakkakkias. Filled with dozens of nutrients, the chakkakkia is a delectable favorite for all animals.
  • Corenut Tree- A species of tree that stands over 20ft, and creates an inedible fruit hanging on vines and inside these fruits contains a nut called the Corenut.
  • Cayde Bush- A species of flowering bush which creates golden flowers, and creates a golden-colored hazelnut called a Cayde. They are considered very nutritious and contains sodium, and an unknown nutrient which improves bones and muscles.
  • Craniote Tree- A species of tree which creates a nut called a Craniote. It is named after it's nuts' locations in the shell being the shape of a brain. And the nut itself is considered brain food.
  • Falva Plant- A species of flowering plant which is known for creating a pod full of beans called Falva Beans. They are brownish-black beans which contain sodium, potassium, and iron.
  • Fea Plant- A small plant which creates pods that contain 8-10 black pea-like seeds called Feas. These seeds contain dozens of vitamins and minerals.
  • Galman Tree- A species of small tree which produces a nut called a Galman. This nut has a tough shell that can actually be twisted to open. They are rich in vitamin E, and tons of minerals.
  • Klane Plant- A nut-baring plant that bares small nuts called klanes, which are sugar nuts that are commonly eaten in pastries, and are bared in red iridescent inedible coating.
  • Leem Tree- A species of small tree which creates green-colored beans called Leem Beans. They are the AUU version of Lima beans.
  • Moushtashio Plant- A large afro-like plant which bares large buds containing a nut called a moustashio, a pistachio-like nut with several layers. This large bud-baring structure stands in the middle of the plant under a large leafy canopy and over a bush-like leafy structure.
  • Peadit Plant- A species of small flowering plant which produces a small pea-like legume called a Peadit. Each shell contains 3-4 nuts that are salty and filled with minerals and proteins. These are the AUU versions of peanuts.
  • Prapas Plant- A species of flowering plant that creates a chestnut-like nut called a Prape. They are contained within spikey shells, and the plant's flowers spread their pollens by spraying them.
  • Rua Tree- A tree which produces an acorn-like nut called a Rua. They are not edible by certain beings, but are for other beings or small rodents.
  • Ruthath Tree- A species of flowering tree which creates mini pink flowers, and a peach-like edible fruit called a Ruthath, and inside contains edible seeds called Ruthath seeds. These seeds contain proteins and minerals.
  • Spheron Tree- A species of tree which produces a kind of nut called a Spheron. They are contained in large fruit-like shells which can be twisted to release 4 nuts aligned around the core.
  • Seath Tree- A tree which creates vines that have grape-sized inedible fruits that contain a macadamia-like nut called a Seath. The fruit contains poisons that can cause blisters and sores, and the nut contains vitamins and minerals.
  • Tach Bush- A flowering bush which not only creates stalks with yellow lilies, but also creates a walnut-like nut called a Tach. They contain 4 nuts aligned in 2-by-2 rows.
  • Zakkali Bush- A species of bush which creates a long peanut-like nut called a Zakkali, which has a pod containing up to 7-9 small egg-shaped nuts.

Algae

  • Aphabag- A purple algae which can be found on fungal planets. They can take many forms including leaf-like structures, or small blotches.
  • Biolicose- A bioluminescent lichen which can be found on several worlds in the AUU. They come in various colors and species.
  • Bubbibus- A lichen which forms bubble-like structures that can span either a few feet or can span a mile, creating vent-like structures which expel their spores to inhabit other surfaces.
  • Firli- A bush-like algae which forms a large build-up of green structures that can look like a bush, but is actually firm and soft.
  • Iylem- A hair-like algae which forms erect grass-like structures that can be found on worlds where plants are almost non-existent, taking their niche.
  • Kiliki- A small lichen which is similar to the reindeer lichen, except it can create several miles of lichen patches, or can consume an entire tree.
  • Tappis- A large tree-like lichen which evolved from smaller lichens on planets suffering extinction events, forming large firm trunk-like structures.
  • Vavicord- A species of lichen that looks like sea grasses, and actually evolved from them, gaining the same bacteria that forms it to keep it's structure up.

Other Plants

  • Anglerplant- A pitcher plant known for using an anglerfish-like lure to lead prey into it's pitcher trap. It comes in 87 different species across the AUU.
  • Confettipod- A carnivorous plant that only eats dead carrion and any insect larva or scavengers inside, and explodes it's mouth open to nurture the nearby ground or spread it's seeds.
  • Cupflower- A pitcher plant that evolved a pollinating lifestyle while catching rainwater in it's cup-like pod.
  • Cripin- A carnivorous plant which disguises it's trap as the ground and impales prey that falls into it, and digests it. It spreads it's seeds through insects.
  • Fountainflower- A fountain-like flowering plant that stocks rainwater and feeds it through it's own elaborate fountain-like garden.
  • False Glowpod- A bioluminescent carnivorous plant that mimics the glowpod to feed on prey.
  • Oolloon- A large balloon-like plant that uses hydrogen to float above the sky, filter-feeding from the air and spreading it's seed on the ground so it's young can metamorphosize into adults. There are 66 different species across the AUU.
  • Spewplant- A tall pitcher plant that has a cauldron of acidic water, which brews not just a putrid odor that drive away herbivores, but lures pollinators and insects which it eats with it's stalks that are also it's flowers used to spread pollen pods which it launches after being nurtured by it's brew.
  • Spinter- A bushy carnivorous plant that has spiny fruit-like mouths that actually bite off a chunk of meat from whatever animal is lured to it.
  • Volateus- A volatile plant that has a large poisonous bulb that reacts heavily to anything that comes within range, as it burns it's prey with acids and sucks them up with it's roots.

Sea Flora

Trees

  • Seapress- A species of underwater tree which evolved from a land tree into a kind of seaweed. They are 8ft trunks with a layer of kelp and algae on top of it. They are usually found in kelp forests or in coral reefs.
  • Hermgina- A species of flowering sea tree which is hermaphroditic, whereas an individual has dozens of male and female flowers. But fish are acquired to allow the spores of males to be taken to a female flower for reproduction and fertilization.
  • Jerlchia- A species of sea tree which grows on the sides of rocks. They are mushroom-like plants which look like table coral, and serve as a garden pad for sea grasses and kelps.
  • Spirole- A sea tree which grows from lengths of 6ft to 10ft, with the sides being covered in curly vines which sprout small poisonous berries, and the top features the most curls.

Cacti

  • Eaprail- A sea cactus which adapted like it was in the desert because it is difficult to suck salt water in without getting salt inside. Instead it uses syringe-like thorns which filter the water, and the roots are only there for anchoring.
  • Bloatus- A ball-shaped sea cactus which adapted the same was as the Eaprail, as well as all other sea cacti. This one is partially spongy, and can engorge when an animal approaches to protect it's spongy materials from getting eaten.
  • Egigia- A sea cactus which is noted for it's 3 egg-shaped inflatable sacs which store it's nutrients from the ground. It hunts fish with it's flower-like structures protruding from the ground to serve as traps for fish that swim inside. The sacs are durable and transparent, and are the most beautiful feature of the cactus.
  • Skarpey- A species of flowering sea cactus which produces thorns and a large top-mounted purple flower surrounded by upward-facing stalks.

Bushes, Shrubs, And Ferns

  • Helicrex- A species of spiral-shaped sea leaf which is similar to the spiral plants on Avatar. They react by touch by coiling up and retracting to their rock-like stump to prevent it from being eaten by herbivores. They often alert fish of predators.

Vines, Tubers, and Grasses

Flowers

  • Aquer- A sea flower which sits on a long 3-7ft stalk that carries an upward-facing sunflower-like chartreuse-colored flower. Since it uses spores instead of pollen because of adapting underwater, it requires a different kind of organism for pollination, so it tricks fish into approaching it and covers it with it's spores so the fish can carry them around to a female Aquer.
  • Chambin- A carnivorous sea flower which has an underground chamber accessible through an open entry in the middle of the camouflaged-green flower, and when a fish enters, the entry shuts, and the inside empties out water, and fills it with digestive acid. Then it sucks up the juices and nutrients, and refills up with water to restart it's feeding cycle. It has another yellow flower which serves as the reproductive organ.
  • Trapweed- A carnivorous false sea flower that comes in different sizes, and snaps on prey and waits for them to either run out of oxygenated water when aquatic, or out of air when semi-aquatic, until they suffocate/drown, allowing it to digest the prey.

Pods

Zooplantae/Planimals

Algae/Seaweed

  • Grassagon- A species of sea grass which can create fields that can span for miles of the sea floor. They come in various colors and species.
  • Eryass- A species of red sea grass which can come in lengths of over 20in to 1ft. This often serves as a fishes' main place for hiding from predators.
  • Clacysta- A species of brown algae kelp which forms massive kelp bushes in various oceans in the seas of the AUU. They are a unique hiding place for sea life of any kind.
  • Stagonia- A species of large seaweed which looks like a small anemone. They are very strongly-attached to the sea floor, and came with hairy follicles on their trunks.
  • Topreda- A species of red algae which looks like an anemone with large red stalks. They make up any reef that has been deprived of corals in the bunches.
  • Moshruu- A mushroom-shaped flowering kelp which are often the size of common mushrooms. They have large pink-with-black-spotted flowers on their caps, and have a small stem that anchors into the ground with complex rooting systems. Like other sea flowers, they require that fish carry around their spores.
  • Anemeen- An anemone-like carnivorous seaweed which has a small stump that holds algae and kelp stalks. In the center of the stump is a flower-like trap which lures fish in and when it approaches, it eats and digests it.
  • Whipper- A carnivorous asexual seaweed which consists of a flat tiger-lily-like flower which has 2 stalks, one for spraying seeds, and one for carrying what looks like a sea fruit, which is actually a lure. The flower closes on the prey and digests it from the inside, having underground structures that sprout 6ft seaweeds that tangle surrounding creatures to protect it.
  • Tamboo- A sea bamboo which evolved from sea grasses. They are covered entirely by sea grasses, making it look like a fuzzy stalk. On the top are 6 branches which form a cup-like structure where fish rest.
  • Sarles- A species of tree-like seaweed which is short, having small green stalks and tufts of black or green hairs on them, making it look like a small tree or bush.
  • Lumkulp- A species of kelp which is recognizable for it's inflated luminescent sacs on small dark-green leafy stalks. These sacs look similar to a bioluminescent jellyfish, which makes it easier to trick herbivores into staying away from it. They are commonly found in coral reefs and kelp forests.
  • Tolagim- A seaweed that produces inedible sea grapes that are often used in lotions and sometimes aquagens (substances that allow temporary aquatic respiration).
  • Azgrad- A grayish-blue sea grass which is known for being nearly invisible due to it's color. It is often found everywhere in the seas of the AUU.
  • Buoyweed- A kelp widely known in the most plentiful of kelp forests in the AUU, having a buoyant top to keep it standing tall, and comes in over a thousand different species.
  • Meatweed- A carnivorous kelp that waits for prey to get tangled within it's kelp arms before consuming it in a giant flower-like mouth, digesting it's prey in the process.

Fruits

  • Hydroberry Kelp- Seaweed that produces a small orange berry called a Hydroberry. The fruit is filled with nutrients and proteins, and is among the sweetest aqua fruits in the AUU.
  • Aqelon Vine- A vine that grows a massive red-orange melon called an Aqelon. Being dark green on the inside, and containing edible seeds, the melon itself contains a large amount of fat, but also a large amount of proteins.
  • Bubboga Plant- A stalk that grows blue transparent bubble-like fruits called Bubbogas. The blue transparent skin on the fruit is the most nutritious part, and the insides consist of just proteins, fats, and sugars.
  • Beadaberry Plant- A seaweed that grows bead-like fruits called Beadaberries. The berries and the plant parts are arranged like a chain, with a stalk being between every two berries. The berries need to have their core stalk removed before being consumed. The berry is normally pink, the ripest ones being purple or indigo.
  • Clovalarph Kelp- Seaweed that produce a dark-green pear-like fruit called a Clovalarph. The kelp and fruits grow on a stump of bark, and even the seaweed is edible as a vegetable. The fruit has a partially gooey interior, and is a bit sour, but contains healthy salts and sugars.
  • Anlacrown Plant- A type of underwater seaweed tree that looks like an anemone and a crown, and produces an orange plantain-like fruit called an Anlacrown. The fruits are what makes the plant look like a crown. They contain potassium, sodium, and lots of amino acids.
  • Oralade Kelp- A kelp that grows orange-swirled lemon-like fruits called Oralades. They are among the sweetest aqua fruits, and among the most healthy. The ripest ones have the more colorful patterns.
  • Podaba Tree- An orange and brown tree with an inner layer containing large grape-like fruits called Podabas. They are gooey on the inside, and contains potassium, calcium, fatty acids, and brain nutrients. These fruits can be retrieved by opening the plant's filtering holes (Which regenerate when opened), and grab the fruit. The plant contains over 3 dozen Podabas.
  • Bubbleberry Kelp- A large kelp that produces a sea fruit called a bubbleberry, named so because it looks like an edible bubble, basically like a sea grape, and comes in giant bunches.

Vegetables

  • Brainweed Tree- A short tree that looks like brain coral, and has a green leafy layer which is the edible part of the plant. It improves sight and bone-support, and has an egg-like smell.
  • Fanleaf Bush- A bush consisting of only one large leaf. It looks like a sea fan, and the yellow-orange part of the plant is the edible part. The roots of the leaf are not edible.
  • Chlovilus Kelp- A seaweed with edible stalks. The pale green stalks contain sugars and proteins, and have a bitter taste.

Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes

  • Waternut Kelp- A large kelp that produces a nut called a waternut, which is encased in a bubble-like encasing that is also an edible part in some species. Some species are extremely toxic to sentient beings.
  • Hydru Kelp- A species of kelp which create small pea-like seeds called Hydrus.
  • Tearnut Bush- A species of sea shrub which looks like an anemone. They create long stalks as well as pods containing tear-shaped nuts called Tearnuts.
  • Seane Tree- A sea tree which stands only 5ft tall, and looks like a big fuzzy monster that produces sea beans called Seanes.
  • Sorpach Flower- A species of sea flower which is comprised of a blue flower which has 4 upward-facing stalks bearing pods that opens twice every month to spread edible seeds called Sorpach Seeds.
  • Brochu Kelp- A seaweed which comprises of a stalk with the upper area bearing a corn-like bundle of seeds called Brochus which pop off when developed.
  • Achuchi Tree- A sea tree which takes the shape of an umbrella with antennae. Each of these 'antennae' are stalks with nuts called Achuchi Nuts on each tip.
  • Blassing Bush- A sea shrub which looks like a coral. It has retractable leaves to photosynthesize which retract when disturbed, and they also bare grape-shaped nuts called Blassing Nuts.

Fungi

Big Fungi

  • Terrashroom- A tree-sized mushroom which is known to come in various sizes and colors depending upon the species. There are over 5,000 species, some being poisonous, bioluminescent, and even carnivorous.
  • Liiri- A large bioluminescent Terrashroom that can be found on many worlds, illuminating the night with it's cyan bioluminescence and coloration. They come in 16 different species across the AUU.
  • Murclin- A small terrashroom found in small caves and valleys. They are often bioluminescent, and poisonous, depending on the 968 different species across the AUU.
  • Butashroom- A bush-sized mushroom which comes in various sizes and colors depending upon the species. There is over 42,000 species, some being poisonous or bioluminescent. They are, in a way, related to the Terrashrooms.
  • Buinid- A dull-colored large mushroom that can be found in bunches in the corners of spaces in walls, and even on trees. They are poisonous, but they provide nutrients to the environment they are in. They come in 651 different species across the AUU.
  • Vilïiï- Small mushroom-like fungi commonly called 'fungal grass'. They look like small young mushrooms, and they evolved to stay in that form to ease off the energy of getting nutrients, being able to live on any inverted surface like trees, rocks, and so on. There are over a thousand species across the AUU.
  • Vïsk- A large evolutionary ancestor to the vilïiï that is much larger, has a tree-like hard stalk, can grow on any inclined surface, and comes in 98,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Guutha- The most commonly-occurring mushroom species, and most edible, in the AUU. There are over 100 million species found there, each coming in different colors and sizes.
  • Electroom- A mushroom which is capable of sending electric shocks to defend itself from danger through collecting static electricity from the air.
  • Dandiroom- A mushroom which is mainly deep-golden in color with 4 dark spots in the middle. Some species are edible, or are poisonous.
  • Lumush- The most commonly-occurring species of bioluminescent mushroom in the AUU, coming in over a million species, coming in different colors. Some are either edible or poisonous.
  • Flamrum- A fire-colored mushroom which is noted for making a spicy edible powder when mashed. Though some species are known to be poisonous.
  • Dadert- A fan-like mushroom which can come in many sizes and comes in over 568 species. Their color ranges depending upon the species, and all species are non-edible.
  • Gogorum- A species of massive coral mushroom which can often be rubbery or hard, reproducing and spreading very quickly. They came in many species, and some species are edible.
  • Bloogoom- A bouncy mushroom noted for being as rubbery as a sponge, being yellow-gray, white, and yellow in coloration, and can even be used as a makeshift trampoline.
  • Thooter- A puffball mushroom which is known for being less to the size of a giant clam. They are known for expelling gushes of spores every three months, and comes in various colors.
  • Eerroo- A funnel-shaped mushroom which comes in various colors and species. They are known for expelling spores every half of the year.
  • Fruffa- A soft mushroom which looks like a furry ball or animal that is firmly attached to the ground. Though their hair-like structures are soft, in some species they can be itchy.
  • Nemobrood- An anemone-like mushroom which is actually carnivorous, trapping anything that gets too close to it, and injecting it through the central hole in it's middle, digesting it.
  • Grooder- A flower-like mushroom which can come in various species and sizes. There are over 52 species of Grooder, and they are all inedible.
  • Bluuam- A species of ball mushroom which comes in bunches like a sponge, and some species can expand when in close contact with another creature, often as a scare technique
  • Switheese- A species of mushroom which looks like a half-sphere with multiple holes inside it. These giant fungi can often be a good shelter for a variety of animals, and comes in different colors, commonly in red, orange, yellow, brown, and apricot.
  • Thallk- A large stalk-like mushroom with no cap that feeds on the nutrients in the ground like a plant. There are over 56,000 species of thallk in the AUU.
  • Ikalka- A smaller relative to the Thallk which is distinguished for it's series of holes on it's upper sides, and for it's stand-like bottom.
  • Tebbale- A bracket fungus which is so firm, that it can actually support any creature that stands on it, and it is difficult for some creatures to digest. They come in thousands of species, and some are about as big as an elephant.
  • Irth- A bugle-like mushroom which is carnivorous, trapping anything that enters it and digesting it with a corrosive acid.
  • Erple- A mushroom noted for being similar to the spotted mushrooms of the Original UUniverses except this can often come in different colors of the rainbow.
  • Formroom- A type of fungus which actually appears on large stalks that support a large platform-like top, firm enough to be walked on depending upon the size of the species.
  • Mouta- A giant mushroom with a bright-orange bottom cap, a purple top, and a green stalk, and is a fungus that shares a symbiotic relationship with algae, growing on large, steep, or vertical slopes. There are over 800 different species across the AUU.
  • Gogon- A large bright-green bioluminescent mushroom originally native to Klonium, which is commonly found on large thin geological structures illuminating the night ecosystem.
  • Fesh- A plentiful quick-reproducing mushroom with a cap that looks like the inside of a fruit with the seeds. These are originally native to Klonium, and are now plentiful on thousands of worlds across the AUU.
  • Tegesh- A truffle and a distant ancestor to the fungus that created the similar-looking Fesh. They are also native to Klonium, and are now native across the AUU, and are an edible fungi delicacy on many worlds.
  • Mamaro- A breast-like mushroom that has no stalk, and grows on vertical surfaces, and some species are bioluminescent. There are over 18,000 species across the AUU.
  • Toover- A large mushroom that looks like a youngling, and has a bioluminescent tip with fire coloration. They come in 6,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Shadyler- A large treeshroom that has a green veiny glowing bottom on it's cap, and is common on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Ghoshroom- A cyan-colored species of gogon and was originally native to Klonium and is now common throughout the entire AUU, and also comes in bunches, is bioluminescent, appears on slopes, and is very poisonous.
  • Husum- A large hut-like mushroom that forms on geological formations, and is very poisonous to anything that comes across it. It comes in over 85 species across the AUU.
  • Coomber- A large treeshroom that has a patterned top cap, a thick stalk, and is commonly known to form on specific geological formations. They were originally native to Klonium, but they are now apparent on many worlds across the AUU.
  • Cactorate- A large cactus-like mushroom that forms the same niche as cacti on certain worlds. On a large rough stalk, and a large green cap with needles all over it, it can survive the harshest of environments.
  • Algarra- A table mushroom that is known for having a bed that supports algae, which it shares a symbiotic relationship with, providing it with food.
  • Creebey- A mushroom that is known for having 4-to-6 dangling spider-leg-like arms that it uses for defense or for feeding. They are very hostile when a creature gets too close. They come in 14 different species across the AUU.
  • Vobe- A mushroom that has a small stalk, and fire-colored cap, and dark-to-bright green poisonous barbs on it's top. It feeds and sucks up the juices of it's prey through these barbs, and ejects them when they get too old, as the barbs are actually it's spore that it spreads to reproduce. It comes in 54 different species across the AUU.
  • Giflack- A species of large mushroom that come in large bunches, are very poisonous, and it sprays anything with non-allergenic pollen when it gets too close. There are 29 different species across the AUU.
  • Soof- A glowing blue mushroom with no stalk, and grows on cave surfaces and slopes in numbers, spraying spores and luring prey in and from the hole within it's top. There are 791 species across the AUU.
  • Eycle- A soof that is too resembling of an eye, and is known to look like that to scare off predators that may feed on it.
  • Ameni- An anemone-like clear transparent fungi that feeds on anything that gets stuck in it.
  • Bubgus- A fungal stalk that looks like a stalk of bubbles that feed on anything that get stuck in it.
  • Famn- A spotted fan-like mushroom that feeds on sunlight and nutrients from the ground.
  • Feeler- A fungal berry mushroom that has poisonous structures that keep it from being eaten as the berry is actually a vital.
  • Fungtrap- A Venus flytrap-like mushroom that traps it's prey.
  • Hotte- An edible tube-like mushroom filled with hot spices.
  • Lampa- A bioluminescent lamp-like mushroom that comes in a million different species across the AUU.
  • Meniscoid- A bulbous swelling mushroom that infamously litters terrestrial parks and hampers walking.
  • Zongus- A spongey amphibious mushroom that can both filter feed from both the ground and when submerged underwater and thus is found in flood-plagued areas.

Small Fungi

  • Fungworm- A worm-like infectious slime-mold fungal infection similar to ringworms that feeds off of internals upon ingestion, and is common among cattle and cattle-like beings. Responsible for the endangerment of the Curuon race, and is currently being handled by Helix Transgenics.
  • Buddum- A colony of hardened spongy slime mold that grows on the sides of mounds and forms a collective intelligence. They come in 5,009 different species across the AUU.
  • Luxopo- A slime mold that is normally found in caves and other subterranean landscapes, providing bioluminescent light to it's ecosystem.
  • Durmamold- A slime mold that is best known to form into a glass within time, and hold an integrity that is dense enough to hold any kind of pressure. There are over 8,000 different species across the AUU.
  • Peproom- A dried edible pepper-like slime mold that hangs on tigh heights and traps anything that flies in while consuming, and only becomes edible when dead, which is what counts as ripeness.

Microbes

Protists

  • Amega- An amoeba capable of greater shapeshifting than it's OUU variant, and like it, it comes in a thousand different species, many of which are highly infectious and aquatic.
  • Endosporoxoum- A digestive-tract-dwelling protozoan parasite that can be found in rotting meat, and is known to cause constipation and diarrhea by interfering with the digestive process by dwelling in the stomach and even hitching a ride to other hosts through defecation. It can cause symptoms such as cramps, nutrient deprivation, and weakening health and even atrophy.

Bacteria

  • Baccillium necrosi- A sentient bacteria which is commonly responsible for the Composure sickness on Planet Horvathos. This is a flesh-eating bacteria which had an unknown origin, and it commonly causes skin to rot and decompose quickly, can cause organ failure, and will kill in no less than 5 days. This bacteria is difficult to maintain because it is capable of adapting to any medicine or vaccination.
  • Aminorrhea phagerus- A species of infectious bacteria which causes it's sickness by feeding on amino acids and proteins from the body, causing weakening muscles and disrupted growth. There is a cure for this disease.
  • Meniscutimus spotticus- A bacterial infection widely known as Bubble Spots, which produce large spots full of pus that hurt when popped, and wear off in as low as 24 hours back into the skin as soon as the immune system fights it off. Symptoms include burning sensations, aside a few other painful feelings, and nausea.
  • Chloroxabus narcus- A bacteria which is the cause of the Green Death, a sickness which causes symptoms such as green skin, dark-green tender spots which are painful to touch, weakening of the immune system, and even death. There have been several plagues of this infection throughout known AUU history.
  • Xenoplast-88- A genetically-engineered parasitic virulent organism that was created during the AUU Third Cartoonian War on Planet Mox as a germ warfare weapon. Unfortunately, it spread and started an infectious invasion, molding helpless victims into drones as it thrives through a parasitic relationship with other organic lifeforms. The infection itself is a hive-mind, as all individuals are controlled by a single mind. When bonding, if not treated within the next 24 hours, the infection's mutative effects will be permanent. When the infection was set loose on Mox, a high-tech rebellion force was formed to oppose it's infectious reign, especially with the help of the corporation known as Mox International Defense Industries (MIDI). There are over a dozen variants of the infection depending on the infected individual. Drones are the most common form that is a fresh new bonding that is still very powerful and can still wield weapons of any kind, Imitators are shapeshifting white-and-black variants who pose as enemies to infiltrate their ranks, Slashers are silver-colored drones that attack without mercy with overgrown slashing claws, Grapplers that are tough black-and-red beasts that grapple using tentacle-like tendrils from their hands, Berserkers are muscular blood-red beasts with extreme strength and durability, Spikers are Berserker-like black-and-red-spotted beasts with retractable thorns on their backs, their limbs, and for their slashing claws, Giants are red-black-and-brown variants coming from those of the infected that were bigger than average, Parasites that are slags of goo that infect gradually without showing no restraint, Spawner Pods that both augment and reproduce and create more parasites, Wingers are large bat-like muscular beasts that attack from the sky with their quick flying and deadly slashing claws, Spawners are large gorilla-like red-and-black beasts and a variant of Berserkers that weave and produce Spawner Pods, and the most powerful of them being the Hiver, a large tentacles beast which has never been bested by any resistance fighter as it was an intelligent, strategic, and calculative fighter with it's sharp tentacles, it's ear-piercing roar, it's augmentation through Pods, and for many other abilities. The infection has caused entire megalopolises to be overrun by sticky cables, tentacles, and hives of ranging sizes to be created. The Hiver lives in the biggest hive, also known as the Stronghold, which has been impossible to penetrate even for the best of the best.
  • Cryombus- A well-known and infectious extremophile bacteria found in cold freezing water, and causes the common cold of the AUU, unlike in the OUU which is caused by a virus, and having the same symptoms.
  • Thermombus- A well-known and infectious extremophile bacteria found in hot boiling water, and can cause a disease called 'warm', and the opposite version of cold in the AUU, even being in the same family. The symptoms include the feeling of burning, flushed skin, uncontrollable perspiration even in air-conditioned environments, and quicker dehydration.
  • Vacuuphillium- An entire family of over 500 species of space-faring extremophile bacteria that, despite no need for oxygen, still feed on things such as heat, energy, solar energy, radiation, and various others, all of which are highly-available in space, in which they evolved in to get to. They, in a way, extend a sun's lifespan by feeding off of the building-up energy in it's system, and they nurture and length the lifespan of many other space entities.
  • Calalria- An alien amoeba often called 'Sea Fever' that evolved accidentally in an unknown Teadr 1 aquatic race's underwater societies before being claimed by Watans, and it is directly responsible for one of the Adapting Plagues that caused the extinction of the Teadr 1 Watans and nearly the Ollotheans. When a host is infected, and Watan data suggested that it killed over 143 billion creatures over the course of time since it's reawakening, and not just most of the Watan population. The sickness decimated Watan ecosystems, as much of the life on them died due to it's immuno-repressive behaviour and genetic corruption. This prompted the Watans to shoot down any ships approaching their colonies and assimilate them to ensure the disease doesn't spread, and the misinterpreted response nearly resulted in the disease spreading anyway. The disease incubates in two weeks and kills in five or six weeks, accomplishing this by shutting down immune system and causing genetic damage to the host's DNA to purify it's own genetic corruption, eventually leading to a total shutdown of the organism due to its inability to keep functioning properly, as it feeds on hemoglobin, proteins, anything that the immune system requires to work, and it even robs cells of their vitals and causes cancer. Warpeons were created by the Watans to keep the levels of the disease to a minimum, to do so they will attempt to kill infected fauna, in an effort to control the spread of the bacterium. Though this seems to have been ineffective as the disease still runs rampant to this very day on the heavily-quarantined colonies watched over by Futuredawn. It was discovered by the endling Watan that the only way to cure the sickness is with enzymes produced by a powerful apex predator called a Starsquid, which can breath in both water, air, and space, and is a wanderer around a limited number of territories across the AUU, and have been rare since the Teadr 1 Era, and the Warpeons and the Starsquid have the enzyme, called Enzyme-91, have it to fight off the disease. But since the endling died of the disease before the cure could be shared, his isolated lab remained undiscovered.
  • Voropox- An infamous flesh-eating bacteria that reproduces rapidly when eating a single cell, which is enough to nurture it and produce several individuals at once. Despite it's one-day lifespan, it can rapidly reproduce and nurture itself throughout the single day, and cannot live the full day without food. It can feed on both living and dead tissue, and while much species are common decomposers, others feed on the fresh meat of living creatures, coming in through open wounds, and being widely common in wastelands and unsanitary habitats.
  • Proteistrichrus poli- A common form of bacterial gut flora in many forms of AUU wildlife and plays a symbiotic role in breaking down food and preventing constipation and diarrhea. But some strains can cause food poisoning. This creature can reproduce asexually, and is basically the AUU version of E. coli, and is also used in biological experiments because of their protein-rich bodies that can provide many biological miracles, and has ancestors that were reportedly the seeds of the creation of Cerwan's Mutation.
  • Spatipox- A giant space-faring germ that can dwell without nourishment for decades, yet it only nourishes itself for one purpose: to reproduce, which it only does through a host, which can be any number of space-faring organisms. It feeds on small creatures, but it completes much of it's lifestyle by snatching a host to carry it's thousands of eggs, which until they hatch following defecation, cause major symptoms including controlling antibodies into attacking each other, causing nausea, fatigue, creates gruesome green pox, and it has even been known to cause organ failure and even death.
  • Psychrum- A rare brain disease caused by a mind-jacking bacteria that bonds with brain cells and effectively controls the rest of the brain itself, nourishing itself through feeding on the organelles of brain cells. Though it primarily does this to get around, and escapes through defecation, it can get prevalent enough to leave it's host permanently affected mental-wise, with effects ranging from brain and/or nerve damage, personality changes, brain tumors, mental retardation, and lowered brain power.
  • Symbyle- A symbiotic bacteria that has actually been known for increasing the health of it's host by consuming harmful organisms including virus, but it too can have adverse effects at times, especially when the host is at a late age when the bacteria can't compensate an imbalanced health condition. Experimented on in biological labs, and even starting out in a Teadr 1 lab and evolving for eons into different environments ever since, it can be both beneficial and harmful as a symbiotic organism.
  • Thermylyte- A dangerous bacteria that is noted for excreting heat when feeding. Commonly found in hot geothermal valleys and geysers, when it ends up infecting someone, it makes them so hot that they not only die, but melt the carrion in a few more days into a biological slime.
  • Extremeum- An extremely prevalent and powerful extremophile bacteria that flourishes in literally everything, being an omni-thriving creature that is easily known for causing harm when being hosted by a larger organism as it thrives on their vitals.
  • Globugenium- A genetic bacterial parasite that becomes a multicellular being by consuming and replacing genetic material within the host and slowly turning it into a drone and a changed lifeform that disintegrates into infectious bacteria that continue the life cycle. Their origin may be unknown, but they mainly evolved through harsh landscapes dominated by multicellular creatures.
  • Globin- A hive-minded radical sentient-like bacterium descendant of the Resolutan Globugenium that acts together and mimic multicellular beings through consuming other cells and evolving through them. They can replicate any biological features and mimic their prey. They have been responsible for the extinction of the Teadr 1 Transids.

Viruses

  • Nanovirus- A virus which is known to be very lethal and can reproduce quickly. When infected, a person can start swelling for a precedent amount of time depending upon the type of nanovirus, and if not cured, could lead to a serious injury when the swelling eventually expands and explodes in massive amounts of pus. There are 7 types of nanovirus, and 4 of them have cures, but all of them have vaccinations.
  • Crimsovirus- A virus responsible for Crimson influenza, and exist in 5 types. The symptoms of this infection includes flushed red skin, fatigue, minor to major burning sensations, and a few weakening red blood cells. There is no cure, and the vaccination is difficult to produce.
  • Azumanella virus- A virus responsible for the Blue Pox, existing in 10 types. The symptoms of this infection includes deep-blue spots, nausea, dizziness, and itching. Vaccinations exist, and 2 cures exist for 2 types of this infection.
  • Phobovirus- A brain infecting virus which targets pain receptors and can cause the victim to experience some innate fears. There is no cure for this sickness, and the infection can last for almost 6 weeks.
  • Omnivirus- An elaborate genus of viruses that are commonly known by the name 'Sentience Immunodeficiency Virus' (SIV), and the infamous causer of Omni-Immune Deficiency Syndrome (OIDS), where the virus completely destroys the immune system from the inside-out to the point of complete failure as it feeds on antibodies and other immune system products, and it reproduces rather quickly, allowing for a lot of mouths to feed. They are basically the AUU version of HIV/AIDS.
  • Xluquenza- A virus that is common all over the AUU, and is basically the AUU version if the Influenza virus, and comes in far more variants, having over 97 species all across the AUU.
  • Furyvirus- The AUU version of rabies, and an infamous virus in both non-sentient, semi-sentient, and sentient animals, as any of them infected with the virus go savage and there is a cure and vaccination for the disease, but it's hard to administer it as the infected victim knows nothing but animal brutality.
  • Ribozomvirus- A genus of Flavivirus-like viruses found in jungle and savannah-like climates that are common for feeding on the ribosomes and proteins of cells and killing the cells themselves, resulting in rashes filled with dead cells that need to be removed during treatment to clear out the infection's territory.
  • Traumovirus- A sentient tragedy-experiencing brain sickness caused by a virus with a large and powerful brain case. It feeds off of adrenaline and thus manipulates the brain into inducing stress and fear, thus giving it what it needs to survive, despite side-effects being hazardous to the host's health, often determined by their age and health conditions.
  • Hemofernillum- A deadly viral disease known to cause uncontrollable bleeding to the point of atrophy of the circulatory system, heart failure, and later death. This is a virus that incubates in water, and hosts any form of creatures.
  • Iliadaptus- A viral disease that was created by a Teadr 1 mad scientist in an attempt to evolve the entire AUU under his rule until the disease got out, caused an AUU-wide plague, and later got obscured wildly to the point of being a highly-rare species. The virus is incapable of evolving because it can only do so when possessing a host, and as it infects a host, it and the host evolve into highly-dangerous and often uncontrollable forms.
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