All creatures & plants that were created with inspiration will have a link to thing that inspired me to make them. For the planets besides the title one, click here.


The tube-like creatures

Blue worm

  • Habitat: Grasslands

The blue worm is an enormous, predatory worm similar in appearance to a neotonic tiger beetle larvae, but they have 4 clawed limbs on the sides of their head to help catch prey. They can grow to lengths of 4 metres or so, and their pits can be 8 metres deep. They will selectively clear plants to suit their needs. In the mating season, they will leave their burrows to go on an arduous treck to the breeding grounds. Many are killed, but those who survive will have both bred and may get the chance to breed again.


  • Habitat: Forested areas

Spineerpillers are catapiller-like creatures that have a defense: they secrete venom from the spikes on their backs. They can move faster by rolling themselves up into hoops. These creatures are herbivores that feed on poisenous plants. They have 20 hair-like tongues in their mouth that they use to grab food.


Habitat: Near lakes and rivers

Bortalzoas are giant leeches with mouths full of hook-like teeth. They are vampiric carnivores that use their toothy jaws to latch onto bigger animals to drink their blood. Smaller animals are chewed up and swallowed. While these leeches spend most of their time on the ground, they can also climb trees and swim in bodies of water.


  • Habitat: Arctic waters

Lagoflojits are giant worms that spend most of their time in icy waters. They can survive their arctic habitats because they have an organ that increases their internal temperature. They are also able to move on land and even climb trees. They are predators that catch their prey by extending the pharyngeal jaws to drag smaller animals into their waiting mouths. They are also vampiric, using their internal jaws to cut small holes into much bigger animals to such their blood.


These invertebrates have many legs and exoskeletons.


These bugs have 8 legs.


  • Habitat: Deserts and rainforests

The biter is a type of eusocial future spider which has proven to have been a very succesful species of carnivore. Each Biter has 4 sharp claw-like mouthparts surrounding their fangs. Their venom is comparable in strength to that of the Brazilian wandering spider. They hunt in groups & attack so viciously that they can kill even large animals such as Megahorses and Mamachids easily.

The Fuzzilla is the scout cast of the biter species. It is as big as a giant huntsman and has a thick coat of fur. This fur acts as a shield that allows the Fuzzilla to flee once they have been attacked. They also preform duties inside the hive such as looking after the young.

The goliath birdeater-sized Horrorsaw is the elite soldier of the biter species. They spend most of their time guarding the openings of the nests. A single Horrorsaw can take down big creatures such as octostones, particle slugs & even young megahorses.

The Toothy Queen is the queen of the hive and the biggest of the biters, roughly twice as big as the horrorsaws. They resemble black widows in appearence, but their front 4 legs are lined with viciously sharp spikes.


  • Habitat: Deserts

Gigalonanets are large relatives of the biter (eusocial carnivorous spiders) that live in tunnels and mounds that they build. They have several long tentacles that they use catch prey. They have similar hunting methods to their smaller cousins, and most of the castes are the same, but there is a variation of the scout caste called the digger. These diggers build the underground nests they live in, and strengthen it with their own dung. 


  • Habitat: Forests

Pricklers are 2-headed, spider-like creatures that suck blood. True to their name, Pricklers have very sharp legs that they use to cut up other animals until they die of blood loss. After killing an animal, they will lap up their blood with their 2 heads. They can move their heads in 2 different directions to scope out their surroundings, mainly looking for prey and predators.


  • Habitat: Jungles

Dwontenals are arthropods that adapted from the modern harvestman. They mostly range from 1.5-13 inches in height. They are notable of their extra long cheliceri. They are known to grab inanimate objects and attach them to their abdomen for protection. The dwontenal family is a network of different giant arachnids, each type of which has a different function.

  • Lightning dwontenals have the ability to release electricity. They kill prey by trapping other animals in their muscular front legs and electrocuting them.
  • Drowner dwontenals can release blasts of acidic bodily fluids capable of drowning nearby creatures. They can also walk on bodies of water.
  • Firery dwontenals are known for their ability to drastically increase their body tempurature. They kill prey by grabbing other animals with their spiky limbs and heating themselves up until the victem is essentially cooked alive.
  • Toxic dwontenals can release clouds of poisonous gas from their mouth. They kill prey by pumping their toxic gas into other animals with their chelicerae.
  • Explosive dwontenals are like suicide bombers because the explode when attacked, often causing a great deal of damage & killing many other animals. These explosive balls are made from mucus growing from inside the dwontenals. The creatures themselves have developed an armor to protect themselves from their explosions.
  • The titan dwontenal is the largest & most dangerous of the dwontenals, aside of being their queen. It is commonly attracted to objects that have a lustrous appeal and attach it to its abdomen. It's size allows it to hold multiple big objects at once.

Far Glider

  • Habitat: Forests

The Far Glider is a unique kind of spider. It doesn't make webs like most spiders, but its legs are webbed kind of like that of an amphibian. They use these webbings to glide & infact can glide at distances over 600 feet in a matter of minutes. Their venom is strong enough to kill prey at least twice their size.


  • Habitat: Rainforests and jungles 

The Mamachid is a massive spider that is comparable in size to the Megahorse. They roam the ground looking for carcasses to feed on, though they will occasionally climb large trees to reach high hanging fruits. They don't spin silk like most spiders, instead spitting a noxious mist at enemies when they get close. Any animal that continues to attack will find themselves being grabbed by the spider's spiked front legs and potentially killed. They store food in their abdomins, similar to how camels store food in their humps. They also have evolved far harder exoskeletons than past arachnids for protection. The Mamachid has few predators because of this, though it is still prey to creatures such as the mighty Predator D.


  • Habitat: Deserts and jungles

Scorpintralls are elephant-sized scorpions of lethal killing powerr. Like all scorpions, they have pincer-like pedipalps and stinger tails that inject lethal venom. They are very strong creatures, able to crush steel poles with no problem. Because of their enormous power and rock-hard exoskeletons, they have few predators. Only ground borers, blue worms, Predator Ds and other Scorpintralls are known to prey on them and even they aren’t safe.


  • Habitat: Rainforests

Minagites are shelled creatures of somewhat big size with 8 legs that stay underground most of the time. They bring prey down by launching themselves in mass at any large creatures they encounter and injecting them with deadly venom. They are capable of emitting a toxic smell to ward off predators.

Fighter queen

  • Habitat: Desserts

The fighter queen is a formidable creature with 4 extremely strong blade-like claws that it uses to great effectiveness. It resembles a cross between a preying mantis & a tarantula. It is capable of blocking a creature's attacks and quickly countering with it's own, making an attacker die of blood loss and shock. The fighter queen, though, is just the queen caste of a eusocial species related to biters. They are different in that the queen can actually travel and move, letting them become like army ants. Most of the castes are like those of biter's.


These bugs have 6 legs. Some of them have wings.


  • Habitat: Forests

The killer-mantis is a very large species of mantis in a neo-Carboniferous world. They have evolved to large sizes of a foot tall, and have developed an even faster, deadlier strike. They can defend themselves against much larger organisms. Killer-mantis abandon their eggs, which grow up in a hostile world until they become large enough to be an insect to be reckoned with.

Shelled beetle

  • Habitat: Caves and mountains

A shelled beetle is a huge new type of beetle that has evolved some unique characteristics from it's ancestor. The most obvious of these differences is it's shell which protects it from nearly any outside threat, be it fire or predators. These beetles use their shells as weapons by running towards a victim & receding into their shells, effectively turning themselves into lethal projectiles. They consume any plants that they find.

Vulcan beetle

  • Habitat: Mountains

Armored vulcan beetles are large, dangerous beetles that are descendents of the bombadier beetle. Higher levels of oxygen in the air allowed for a greater size. They have changed drasticly in behavior and size from their ancestors not to mention losing their capabilities of flight. They are usually fairly peaceful scavengers that feed on dead plant and animal matter however, as adults they are territorial creatures. The bombadier beetles chemical weaponry of acid has taken the next step: Projectiles. They create balls of hardened mucus and dirt in front of chemical chambers. They suck in air through a windpipe and create a reaction using the air and unspecified chemicals. The sudden reaction fires the projectile at high speeds. The chemical chambers have changed to become harder and more heat-resistant to allow such chemical reactions. They live in an incomplete metamorphosis and have 3 main stages in their life. Females lay eggs underground which eventually hatch into larvae. Larvae live underground acting as decomposers until they develop into sizes of approximately 3 inches or longer. Now they are capable of firing slow moving projectiles, however, these projectiles are powered by air pressure only as their chemical chambers are not developed enough to fire at higher speeds. After establishing a specific territory, they finally develop into adults. Adults are encased in armor which is mostly able to protect them, however, they are vulnerable to attacks to their abdomen. The adults find mates and they mate. The females create eggs and the cycle starts all over again.


  • Habitat: Deserts

Tickerents are large termites that build large hives in the deserts they inhabit. They are capable of moving at fast speeds & will attack any animal that comes close to the hive. They have fierce mandibles that can cut through flesh easily, made significantly worse by the organs in their heads that let them emit electroshocks.

Jumper Flea

  • Habitat: Rainforests

The Jumper Flea is a descendant of the sand flea. It has evolved the ability to jump 30 feet into the air. They use this ability to traverse obsticles, escape danger & scout out areas. Like their ancestors, they are parasetic, sucking on the blood of bigger animals.

Horned Titanic beetle

  • Habitat: Grasslands

The horned Titanic beetle is a giant relative of today's rhino beetles. Just like its relative, it is very strong, able to move things 15 times its own massive size. The Horned Titanic Beetle can grow to roughly the same size as a white rhino. Despite their huge size and strength, they are peaceful herbivores.

Lava ant

  • Habitat: Grasslands, forests, and deserts

Lava ants are the absolutely vicious descendants of fire ants. They are notable for their red-orange coloring and the fact that each caste takes the form of another insect while still being somewhat ant-like. 

  • Ant: These are the main workers & soldiers. When attacking, they clamp their powerful mandibles onto prey and spray formic acid into the victim's wounds.
  • Bees: They pollinate plants & also attack prey. Unlike regular bees, they can regrow their stingers.
  • Wasp: They are parasitic & will hunt smaller creatures to feed the larvae.
  • Locusts: These are the only known vegetarian lava ants. They bring plant material to shelter the larvae, only using their spiked legs to ward off attackers.
  • Cockroach: They bring back dead animal material. Like Lava locusts, they will retaliate against attackers with their spiked legs.
  • Mosquito: They suck the blood of larger animals to feed the young. They can also kill smaller animals by injecting them with a deadly neurotoxin.
  • Termite: These bugs do the digging and expanding of the hive. They can spit sticky slime to capture prey.


Rods are small, flying creatures that can travel at the speed of sound. They resemble small ufos which move too fast to be visibly seen by the naked eye. They feed through the same tactic as plants & sometimes get ensnared by Spider webs. When killed, they release a gas that "feeds" any animals that are around it. They live in all parts of the world except for the arctic regions.


  • Habitat: Forests and jungles

Genokradids are gigantic katydids, roughly as big as siberian tigers. They are voracious ambush predators that use their spiky legs and viciously sharp mandibles to kill prey. Like all katydids, they have muscular hind legs that they use to leap great distances. 


  • Habitat: Forests and jungles

Jumpertaxoris are giant grasshoppers, comparable in size to standard draft horses. Like smaller grasshoppers, they have muscular hind legs that they use to launch themselves great distances and fight back against predators. Their exoskeletons are strong enough to withstand bullets and ax swings. Because of their huge size, they spend most of their time eating any pants nearby. They live in forests and jungles where plant material is plentiful.


  • Habitat: Grasslands, mostly near water

Aerogonflies are gigantic dragonflies with comparable wingspan to the extinct Pelagornis sandersi. Like other dragonflies, they are carnivorous creatures that feed on smaller animals like other bugs. Unlike other dragonflies they aren’t hemimetabolous. Instead, they have the physical characteristics of both nymphs (hinged labium and ability to breath underwater through the backside) and adults throughout their lives. They live in grasslands where there is plenty of prey and plenty of open space for them to fly.


These bugs have many legs.


  • Habitat: Rainforests and deserts

Centi-killers are large, terrestrial centipedes that can grow to 3 metres long. Unlike most centipedes, they constrict their prey. Powerful claws keep hold, and the subsequent raises in blood pressure and suffocating hold mean the prey is as likely to die from a burst blood vessel as suffocation. They roam the rainforests in their constant search for prey. They are normally only eaten by Rainboros, Killer Crows, carnivorous plants, & Stiggle Snakes, as their low-to-ground nature prevents them from coming into contact with Aerogonflies. They are also prey to Mammoth birds, Horrorsaws, & Killer Mantises, although those predators usually ignore Centi-killers in favor of much bigger prey.


  • Habitat: Jungles

Aerntopedes are centipedes that look like 3 centipedes rolled into one. Unlike other centipedes, they hunt in groups of up to 7. They are much larger than past centipedes. They eat small animals such as Shelled beetles, Far Gliders & Exoflishites as their main prey. They also occasionally hunt Carafish and Silverswimmers to eat, although the carafish can eat them if they don't attack from behind.


  • Habitat: Jungles.

Spidapedes are strange spider-like relatives of the centipede that inhabit forested areas. They live in groups & spin webs in order to ensnare bypassing animals such as Rods. These webs are made from a black, glue-like substance. They can also spit a green, slime-like substance to disorientate predators.


These water creatures have exoskeletons for protection.


  • Habitat: Seas and shorelines

Snippentauks are giant crabs, about as big as volkswagons. They are omnivorous creatures that will eat any plants and animal carcasses they can get their claws on. Unlike other crabs, they have 4 claws. Their mouth-flanking claws are very sharp. Their farther out claws aren't as sharp, but they are much bigger and strong enough to crush rocks with ease.

Ocean scorpion

Ocean scorpions are decendants of the prehistoric sea scorpion. They have jaws that are made up of 2 strong armor plates, perfect for tearing through flesh & bone. They have claws that are similar to the big claws of today's crabs & tails that are similar to that of today's scorpions.


Giga-prawns are giant, carnivorous shrimp that live near shorelines. They hunt many types of creatures, and are around 2 metres long. They swim in the same manner as a dolphin. Giga-prawns can spend short times on land, although it's rare for them to go by choice. Most of the time, it's to avoid getting stuck in rock pools.


Arthropavians are gigantic, ocean swimming crustaceans that resemble triops. At 225 feet long and over 250 tons, they are one of the biggest animals on the planet, dwarfed only by the Megahemoth and Megalavian. Much like whales, they filter feed as they swim through the oceans. Because of their enormous size and tough exoskeletons, they have very few predators. Only Megalavians, Predator Ds (if close enough) and Brutal Swimming Behemoths (in big enough groups) are known to prey on them.


These creatures are somewhat like mixes between reptiles & fishes.

Water blug

Water blugs are small, tadpole like creatures that live in lakes & rivers, though they can climb onto land as well. They feed on bugs & other small animals. It doesn't have a skeleton so it has to crawl onto land with it's stubby legs. They can defend themselves by sucking in large amounts of water to make themselves bigger, not unlike the pufferfish.


The wollyfrog is a giant descendant of the frog that has evolved a way to catch bigger animals. They hop onto prey to crush it to death then they use their tongue to devour said animal. While they are indeed obese, their limbs have enormous muscle power They reside in TerraFictiona's swamplands.


The Goospurg is a salamander-like creature with a gun barrel-like tongue. The Goospurg uses this tongue to shoot a red mucus-like goo at predators for protection. These creatures are herbivorous, feasting on the aquatic plants that inhabit their swampy homes. Inside a Goospurg's tongue is 4 tentacles that it uses for grabbing the plants that it eats.


Sharpimammoths are amphibious creatures which resemble hyrbrids of pigs, hippos, and elephants. Their trunks have many teeth that they use for grabbing things, while their real mouths can open wide enough to envolope a watermelon. They are omnivorious creatures that will eat both plants & other animals. They live in and near freshwater sources such as lakes.


These creatures have wings & feathers. Many of them fly.


The Truegull is a fascinating bird that can run at amazing speeds and glide for short periods of time. They feed mainly on sweet fruits and nectar, only occasionally eating meat from an animal carcass. They have strange organs that product egg-like rocks that they can spit at predators to defend themselves. They inhabit jungles.


Carafiends are predatory birds that have evolved from Carakillers. The don't run, but instead hop like kangaroos which allows them to save much more energy. This was enabled by the evolution of large herbivores, which kept the grass short enough for hopping to be worth it. They are the main predators of the Megahorse, although biters and other creatures may also be attacked. They are vurnerable to the sticky traps of the Mud trapper & swarm attacks from the biters.

Killer penguin

The killer penguins (Venatocetaves) are a fierce group of predatory penguins that are usually the apex predator of their icy environment. They are large and marine, like turtles, and have developed a long ovipositor to let them lay their eggs on land. These eggs then hatch and the hatchlings rush to the ocean. Killer penguins are 15 metres long, and their beaks are extremely tough and sharp. Despite their high aggression, killer penguins usually live in groups.


Highwings are large birds capable of majestic flight. They are similar to Truegulls in body structure, but they have far greater flying capabilities and are much bigger. They are carnivorous animals that feed on small animals like bugs and rodents. They live near warm, sunny lands where they can fly without much obstruction.


Rainboros are colorful birds, evolved from falcons, that have a wingspan the size of an albatross's. They tend to live near forests, deserts & tundras. They attack prey in packs of around 8. They hunt by flying towards them with their extremely sharp beaks, which have special saw-like edges. These latch on to the prey, and for smaller prey, kills them outright. They can also act as parasites, though, and will follow a larger, usually ill animal (like a Megahorse) for long periods of time. They will tear off of chunks of flesh from their prey. The prey, if this continues for long enough, may die of infection, blood loss or a larger predator being attracted. They usually survive, though, as they will become more aware of the birds and usually kill them. The birds will leave once the prey starts to retaliate. They live in forests and jungles.

Death crow

Death crows are, as their names suggest, a deadly type of crow. They have a large wingspan, like a harpy eagle, and long talons. They hunt medium-sized game, around the size of a goat. The death crow hunts in flocks of around 6, using their combined power and weight to push down the prey. They will then eat the prey alive. Despite this gory killing method, death crows are caring parents and social animals. A common game is shoving a stick into the ground and jumping at it, to try and knock it over. They have evolved from modern crows & live in the forested areas of the world.

Mammoth bird

Mammoth birds are giant predatory ratites, descended from the Cassowary. They have vicious beaks, though with a strangely weak bite. They have developed a killing strategy similar to the allosaurs. They sharply swing their beaks down at prey, either to kill them outright for smaller prey or to shear off flesh from larger ones. They managed to fill this niche before mammals, due to isolation, but the mammals are migrating towards their territory. Relatives of the mammoth bird are mostly extinct where mammals reign.


The gilled creatures. Note: the exoflishites fly in the air as opposed to swimming in the water.


The liquidfish is a type of jellyfish that has an even higher composition of water than a normal jellyfish. They retained their stinging tentacles, though. The venom works before the creature can feel it's been harmed, to prevent death by thrashing prey. Liquidfish can flatten themselves into cracks or onto the seabed to escape from predators.


Exoflishites are flying fishes that inhabit the new world. Their fins can be used as wings when they fly. They can breath out of water by closing their gills when they fly instead of swim. They have many sharp teeth within their mouths for tearing flesh and vegetation. Their tongues can extend to twice the size of the fish itself.

Preying mantide

A preying mantide is a jellyfish-like creature that lives in deep bodies of water. They jump out of water inorder to catch prey that is above them & to attract the attention of females. Preying Mantides can jump out of the water by absorbing a small amount of water and using the pressure that it makes when released to propel themselves into the air.


Sharkonas are small sharks that hunt in big packs inorder to take down big prey. They take the appearence of red & orange lantern sharks - minus the lantern. They kill prey by attacking them in groups, biting into bigger animals with their beartrap-like jaws and pumping them full of nasty venom.


The carafish is a rather strange type of fish that lives near the icy cold waters of the world. Their main prey is the also cold enduring Octocrab. They kill their prey by swallowing it whole and chewing it up with its numerous jaws. For non-aquatic creatures, it also drowns them by letting some water into its mouth. It is a close relative of the flishes, but is more basal. Their predators are the seal flish and the Aerntopede(although the Aerntopede has to attack it from behind in order to kill it).


The megabass is a giant fish that swims inhabits lakes and rivers. The big fish's tongue to has a second mouth at the end that it uses to drag prey into its mouth. Much like archerfish, they can spit water out of their mouths to knock high up animals into the water.

Brutal swimming behemoth

The brutal swimming behemoth is a massive shark that can grow up to the size of the prehistoric megalodon. They take a long time to reach breeding age, often 20 years or so, but give birth to many developed young. These sharks use niche partitioning, like tyrannosaurs, which means that different-sized individuals fill different niches. They are one of the deadliest marine carnivores in the future world, surpassed only by the much larger Megalavian. They live in oceanic parts of TerraFictiona.


The unageel is a new type of eel that lives in underwater caves to catch unwary prey & to keep safe from predators such as the Brutal floating behemoth & Megalavian. It chews it's prey up with very sharp teeth that can also carve through hard stuff such as rocks & bones.

Snorkel snake

The snorkel snake is a variety of deep sea dwelling eel that has evolved a new way to catch & kill prey. It circles around an unsuspecting creature, slowly moving towards it & then wraps around the victim, using it's spiky body to saw into it's prey until it dies.


Most of these creatures have fur & all of them are warm blooded.


Megahemoths are VERY LARGE creatures that can make a blue whale (what they evolved from) look small by comparison being 240 feet long, 70 feet tall & having a mass sufficient enough to leave large SUV sized holes 6 feet into the ground. They move around on 6 legs, each of which have comparable dimensions to the General Shermon tree. While they filter feed like true whales, they will also occasionally eat trees and carcasses. They have 36 tentacle-like hairs around their giant heads which can feel things. Despite their ginormous size, they are vulnerable to attacks from Megalavians & large enough hives of biters.


Megahorses are among the largest land animals on TerraFictiona, reaching heights in the region of 4 m (13 ft) at the shoulder and weights up to 8 tonnes (9 short tons). While their size is impressive, they are still very vurnerable to hazards such as Muddy tar pits & hives of Biters. They live in herds all genders & ages, though some horses periodicaly go off on their own to find mates & start new herds, unwary of the dangers that their journeys have in store for them.


A ratidile is a giant predetory rat that acts like today's alligators. It lives underground in humid tunnels & creeks that they create. They are able to kill animals that are larger then them by attacking in groups. They also have a poisenous bite not unlike that of the Mutationsaur.


Bonesolas are eel-like marine mammals, descended from seals, that can grow to a little over the size of today's blue whales. They have powerful immune systems and livers, enabling them to live in fairly polluted waters (like red algae blooms). They prey on plankton like true whales, and young can fall prey to many creatures. Harvest whales breed rapidly and can breed young, unlike true whales, which makes them highly resilient creatures. They defend themselves from predators by spitting a blood-like substance to disorientate them.


Veokillas are giant rodent-like creatures that inhabit forested areas. They use their long anteater-like tongues to suck away at the nutrients of their food once they have cracked them open with their sharp claws. They have a thick hide that can deflect bullets.


Topis are yeti/seal-like creatures that live in arctic regions. They can breathe out breaths that are so cold that they can freeze into ice almost instantly, which they use to repair any cracks that they find in their homes. This icy breath can also be used as a weapon, which doesn't freeze their enemys, but causes them to be numb & sometimes die. They also have a defense for Killer penguins: spitting out big globs of what looks like blood.


Terasapians are strange, Babookari-like creatures with 1 strange adaption: their arms and legs are very flexible, just like their tails. It is uknown how these creatures have made their internal structure different. They are capable of learning new things & making weapons with which they fight with. They live in forests and jungles.


Panamanians are hairless relitaves of today's sloths. They live in groups & mate when well hidden. They have a musky scent that makes them undisirable by most predators, although Death suckers are immune to the smell.


Piranoodles are small, but vicious dogs which have evolved from wolfs. They resemble small poodles(hence the name)& will swarm over any creature they find, biting at it until it eventually dies of blood lost. They have evolved bone-like muzzles that they can shoot teeth out of to attack from a distance.


Habitat: Grasslands, forests, and tundras. Gigatrursines are giant bears with lethal killing power. These creatures are notable for their dagger-like claws and the many seashell-like spikes protruding from their backs. They are powerful even by bear standards, able to take out elephant-sized animals singlehandedly. While they mainly carnivorous, they will eat plant matter when there is no meat available.


Habitat: Deserts and mountains Cactojanguans are big cats with many nail-like spikes covering their backs, limbs, and tails. They are powerful predators that use their claws and leg spikes to induce fatal bleeding in their victim. The spikes on their backs are there to deter other predators. They get most of their fluids from the blood of their prey.


Habitat: Forested areas Droppintocrans are giant, carnivorous koalas. They hunt prey by dropping down from trees and viciously biting any animal they land on. They also use their claws to dig into trees to find grubs. They have strong pads on their paws that let them survive huge falls without harm.


Habitat: Tundras Glowousnostrous are cute reindeer with pink, shiny noses. They can’t fly like Santa’s reindeer, but they are pretty strong, able to move objects 5 times their own weight. They mainly use their noses to light up their surroundings at night and for exploring dark areas like caves. They can also increase the brightness of their nose lights to disorient predators as they run for it.


Invertebrates with unsegmented bodies.


These are the living shells.


Habitat: Oceans and seas Bivaltoans are giant, carnivorous clams work like venus flytraps. They are notable because their mouths sport a bear trap pattern and said mouths have numerous crushing plates inside. Unlike most clams, they aren’t mostly immobile. Instead, they swim slowly using air bladders. They kill prey by slamming their mouths shut whenever another animal mistakenly enters, with a bite force per square inch comparable to that of a nile crocodile. Because of their hard shells, they are prey only to gigantic aquatic predators like Megalavians.


Habitat: Sea floors Handscalpops are eerie, carnivorous scallops that inhabit the deep. They are notable because their shells resemble two hands being held together each other and they move around on spine-like growths. They hunt much like bobbit worms, popping out of the ground to drag prey under. When they eat, they use their 8 rib-like tongues to hold prey in place while it gets dissolved with digestive juices and swallowed.


Habitat: Lakes and rivers Shellacutorous are huge clams that prey on other animals. They are notable for the zig zagging tusk-like patterns that their mouths make and the 8 sharp tentacles protruding from their backs. Unlike other oysters, they aren’t stationary. Instead, they move almost constantly using their tentacles. While they mostly filter feed, they will try to take bites out of larger animals if given the chance. They defend themselves by swiping at predators with their tentacles, with intent to draw some blood.


These creatures have tentacles.


Oceans Slimuds are giant squids that live in the oceans. Their tentacles can walk on land & swim in water aswell as reaching out great distances to grab prey & vegetation. Not only do they have standard squid beaks, they also have 4 holes around their heads that can spit out ink.

Void grabber

The void grabber is an extraterrestrial octopi-like beast which has the ability to control it's own center of gravity using it's telepathic powers. It moves around by using it's telepathic powers to float. It catches it's prey by firing a powerful beam that can usually kill the creature before it can react. It also has a defensive gravity well which creates a shockwave when a predator comes too close, although powerful creatures such as the Predator D can smash right through it. They make their homes in deserts


Habitat: Seas Octostones are octopi-like creatures that spit rocks. They have evolved the rock spitting ability due to the increase in feirceness for the future world's predators. Unlike most octopi, their tentacles can work like legs when they move on land.


Habitat: Antarctic oceans. Octocrabs are strange octopi that have hard shells and 4 claws around their beaks. They eat anything that they can grab and tear apart. They sometimes entangle young BSBs with their tentacles until they suffocate due to the presure from the octocrab's tentacles holding their gills shut.


Habitat: Oceans and seas Oilpondias are strange, somewhat small squids that are named for the oil-like ink that they constantly produce. This ink is used to hid themselves from predators and prey. They kill prey by injecting venom and digestive juices into their victims and drinking their liquified innards. 


The slimy, one-footed creatures.

Particle slug

Habitat: Particle slugs are strange ancestors of today's slugs. They patrol the wetlands, looking for prey, & they attack using a fog of plasma gas which can kill a young Megahorse. Despite their appearence and locomotion, Particle Slugs are surprisingly fast, able to move the distance of an entire football field in 15 minutes.


Tongue-o-Rays are creatures that evolved from the modern gastropods. They consist of a main body, eyes, a mouth and a flower like organ in their back which acts as gills. They usually live in humid environments such as rain forests & swamps. They have a mouth which contains 7 tongues. They use these 7 tongues to grab multiple prey items at once.


Carniturians are huge, carnivorous slugs that inhabit humid areas like swamps and rainforests. They have big mouths with hundreds of razer sharp teeth that they use to kill prey. They feed on small animals like bugs and rats, though they will occasionally take non-lethal bites out of bigger animals. While they are normally slow, they can stand up on the back of their foot to make big leaps towards prey.


Stickentauls are huge, slimy slugs that inhabit moist areas like swamps and wetlands. They are most notable because of the vine-like tounges in their mouths. They are predators, feasting mostly on small bugs and other small animals. Since they are slow, they hunt by spitting sticky slime to catch their prey and pull the trapped animals into their mouths with their tounges. The slime isn't strong enough to incapitate bigger animals, but it is enough of a nuisance to distract predators while the slug makes a getaway.


Fungilatresses are strange snails that with some fungus-like characteristics. They stand out because their shells have numerous mushroom-like growths sticking out of them and their eyes have a blood red tint. They feast mainly on dead plants and fungi, although they will also eat any carcasses and human foods they find as well. They are one of the few animals that can stand the smell of a Stench-Shroom (as well as one of the few small animals that can go near one without being killed by the spores) and infact help with pollination by spreading their spores. They defend themselves against predators by releasing clouds of irritating spores to distract them while they run away.


These aren't animals. Note: Some of the specimens listed are actually fungi.

Gore plant

The gore plant is a carnivorous plant that has grown to much larger sizes than most modern predatory plants (the rat-eating pitcher being an exception). They have a large stalk growing out of their jaw-leaves, with tasty-looking fake berries. If a rat or other small animal bites into it, the trap will snap shut and the prey will be digested.

River shroom

River shrooms are strange aquatic mushrooms that have an affect on any animals that eat them: they can cure the toxic from Mutationsaurs & other sources. This is due to an unknown liquid residing inside them. They live the in lakes & rivers of the future world. The seeds of these shrooms scatter once they are eaten, which helps in reproduction.

Stench shroom

Stench shrooms are carnivorous mushrooms that spray a naustiating gas. The gas has numerous spores that can kill most small animals that go near the mushroom, which are then consumed by the mushroom's roots. Against larger animals, the spores aren't fatal, but the gas is effective at deterring most herbivores that go near it. They live in humid areas.

Lollipop bud

The lollipop bud is a family of huge, multicolored flowers found all over the world. Each variant has a different ability besides photosynthesis and pollinating.

  • Crimson: Found in deserts, these plants burn the mouths of most creatures that eat it's leaves(Megahorses can stand the spicy taste).
  • Golden: Found in forests, the liquid in the petals of these plants are highly acidic.
  • Purple: Found in jungles, the leaves of these plants are almost unchewable.
  • Violet: Found in swamps, these flowers secrete a dark, nasty slime that can distract herbivores away from them.
  • Ivory: Found in arctic areas, these flowers are known because their attached petals spoil within seconds of being picked and/or eaten.
  • Queen: Found in mountains, these flowers have a nasty toxin in their leaves that can cause fatal indigestion for those that eat them.

Laku baba

Laku babas are giant carnivorous plants that have evolved ways of catching prey. They mimic a certain type of plant in their environment that has a wonderfully-good fruit, even using the same scent. These plants, though, have a sinister surprise. The top of their trunk has large venomous spikes, and the roots at the surface act like pressure sensors. If an animal gets in range, the deku baba will suddenly snap over to their position and impale them on a spike. The plant will stay like that until the animal is digested by small pseudo-roots grown from the spike. When the corpse is finished with, the spike will drop off to be replaced and the plant will return to the normal position, ready to catch another item of prey. They live in rain forests where prey is very relevant.

Angler plant

The Angler plant is a strange new carnivorous plant that has evolved from the venus fly trap. They bury themselves into the ground until an unsuspecting animal wonders onto it's trap, then it suddenly attacks the animal with enough force to crush their bones & tear their flesh.


Chompweeds are a species of carnivorous plant. They have large, flat leaves, many of which are harmless. Some, though, come in pairs. These are the carnivorous leaves, and have two edges with a sticky glue. If an unfortunate herbivore finds these leaves and takes a bite, they will snap shut. Smaller prey are eaten like any carnivorous plant eats prey, but larger ones are a different story. This plant has created an ingenious way of safely killing and eating large prey. If large prey is caught, and the sides don't meet, the plant will spray a mix of chemicals from the base of the two leaves. This contains both a powerful neurotoxin and an equivalent of LSD. It will release another chemical, too, telling the other leaves to rapidly flap. The drugged animal will then, as it's dying, try to move away from the plant in a disorientated daze, before falling onto the ground. This prevents the plant from being fallen on itself, and a shallow network of roots means the nutriets will fertilise the plant. They live in dry areas such as deserts.

Magma lotus

The Magma lotus is a species of aquatic predatory plant, similar to a water lilly or true lotus, with long, vine-like versions of mangrove roots. They are, in fact, descended from mangroves. They prey on fish and other gilled organisms. They get their name from their method of killing. Firstly, it will detect vibrations in the water from a swimming organism. The lava lotus wil then release a cloud of orange, slightly luminescent toxins in to the water, from pores descended from a mangrove's salt filters. This toxin quickly kills any animal caught in the cloud by poisoning them through the gills. They fall to the base of the lotus's roots, where tendrils slowly rap around the corpse and consume it.


A deadonation is a small descendant of the slime molds, often considered to be very ugly (although it has its fans), that lives in small tunnels that it digs itself because it can't walk properly on land. The only problem with this system is that its tunnel might be found by the deadonation'ss main predator, the Ground borer, which eat away at the creature's soft tissue. The deadonation, however, has a defense: its multiple tentacles which it uses to grab prey & dig tunnels. Most of them are for said function, while some of them have become poison glands, harbouring a deadly bacteria, which are used to produce a toxic substance which is then sprayed into the air, whilst others may form a deadly spread fire of spikes. They live under the deserts of the future earth.

Mountain lotus

The Mountain lotus is a relative of the Magma lotus. They breath a thin, heated mist of carbon dioxide out of their mouths to kill flying creatures via overheating. Their tounge-like vines then wrap around any animals that were killed by the carbon dioxide into the lotus' waiting stomachs.

Mega-fruit tree

Mega-fruit trees are strange trees that grow many different kinds of fruits on their many vine-like branches.

  • Heart: These fruits have a sweet taste in the juices, which is to the liking of creatures such as Shelled Beatles.
  • Ember: These fruits have spicy juices, which is prefered by creatures such as mammoth-sized Megahorse.
  • Scent: They release a sweet scent after being cracked open.

Arctic melon

An arctic melon is a watermelon that can live in the coldest location of the new Urth: the west pole. They tend to grow on vines that stick out of the paront plants & will at times repolinate. They are the main food for the Octocrab.


Umbreleafs are strange plants that act like umbrellas. They have tops that can expand to protect small parts of the ground(& any animals under the leaves)from getting wet when it rains. Their water collecting process is different from todays plants. They collect water from the rain & distribute it into the ground.


The scaly creatures.


The mutationsaur is a rather strange variety of the jurassic velocerapter. They are pack hunters that can travel great distances. Their bites have a deadly toxin that slowly takes over a victems bloodstream until they die, so that the mutationsaur can kill prey even after they escape or scare their assualters away, though eating a River shroom can cure the deadly disease & save the victem's life. They digest their prey using bacteria that make up their digestive tracks.

Predator D

Predator D, otherwise known as the Deathosaurus or allorex, is undebatebly the most visious, most dangerous & most powerful carnivore ever to walk on Terrafictiona. They have massive jaws full of sharp, indestructable teeth, sharp claws that resemble giant katanas, gigantic clubs at the ends of their tails & a very keen sense of smell, which allows them to find prey from very large distances.

Mud trapper

The mud trapper is a rather strange variety of the flying lizard. It traps prey by spitting a poisenous substance that mixes into the ground that it touches, temporarily turning it into a predator trap. The mud trapper than bites whatever it has trapped, filling it with a venomous bacteria. They are also solitary predators that normally only form groups for mating purposes.


The Megalavian is the largest creature on TerraFictiona(even larger than the Megahemoth), with 333 feet in length from head to tail, a body as big as the NFL football field, flippers that grow to the size of big SUVs & a head the size of a mammoth. Its mouth can open up wide enough to bite an entire blue whale in half. They are effective carnivores that can kill & devour many creatures at once. They sometimes pull Megahemoths into the water to eat, although Predator Ds are less likely to lose the fight. When they are close to death, they will beach themselves to die peacefully.

Stiggle Snake

The Stiggle Snake is a new kind of snake. It has 2 leg-like apendages that help it move upright more easily & a syringe-like tounge. These snakes kill prey by capturing an animal with its tail and using its tongue to inject a cyanide-like substance into their prey. This substance is actually the snake's blood infused with a very deadly venom that is capable of killing even adult Megahorses in large enough doses. The Stiggle Snake doesn't kill itself using this method of catching prey because of its greatly increased blood regeneration rate.

Spinal back

Spinal backs are docile herd animals that have descended from the prehistoric stegosaurus. Their 1st defense is to turn their spikes red as a warning to predators. They do this by warming the blood that is in their spikes. If that doesn't work, they release a poisonous gas from their mouths to suffocate their enemies. They live in forests where plants are plentiful.

Sightless wolf

Sightless wolves are a type of nocturnal raptor from an alternate timeline where the dinosaurs survived. They have sacrificed their senses of sight for the other senses, and are voracious carnivores that hunt in the same fashion as a wolf does. They live in packs of around 12. They are 3 metres long, and will often hunt the larger types of mammal in their world. Other animals, such as young or small dinosaurs, are also on the menu. When a pack crosses into another's territory, they will be first threatened, and then attacked. The winner gets to keep the territory. These fights are rarely to the death of all pack members, although one or two often die.

Mega turtle

The mega turtle is the gigantic Toraton sized sea turtle of the new world. They inhabit the oceans for most of their lives, only coming ashore to mate & breed. Most sea-dwelling predators tend to avoid these because of their massive size and tough shells, but the Brutal Swimming Behemoth & Megalavian are capable of killing them with ease.

Ground borer

Ground borers are large lizards that have adapted to underground life. They can dig tunnels of impressive size, which they live in, and which are also used as subterranean traps. When they feel vibrations, they will burst out of the ground and grab the hapless prey. Megahorses are usually too large to be caught. While they are almost perfectly safe underground, Megahorses may accidentally break into the tunnels and trap the hapless reptiles. These creatures will often feed on deadonations, which (being slime molds) can regrow easily.

Death sucker

Death suckers are dark grey lizards, descended from monitors, that feed on the blood of their victims. Unlike most lizards, they are bipeds. They are solitary liquidvores that can run great distances in a short time, and that have a paralysing venom. Unlike many other vampiric animals, they don't have an anti-clotting agent, as that would lose more blood than is kept. They live in the forests and deserts.


The snipezard is a rather tactical species of flying lizard. They can shoot small bursts of fire that can hit prey from a distance. These blasts are used to kill prey by effectively frying them. They live in packs so that they can kill large prey.


Burables are alligators that are descendent of the crocodiles. They inhabit murky waters, such as swamps, and use acute hearing to home in on their prey. They are related to the Bengal swampsnap, and also have a tail fluke. Unlike the swampsnap, they are much smaller, only reaching the sizes of a saltwater crocodile.