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Herein is a relatively centralised page which keeps track of all of the animal species decided for the project in one central location. Additions should be placed here so that they can be kept track of. At the time of writing, the distinctions are colloquial rather than scientific, but this can be altered in the future.

MammalsEdit

Central ContinentEdit

  • Bison- Native to northern parts of continent in arid, temperate, and scrubland areas
    • American Bison- Found to the North-Western peninsula and nearby
    • European Bison- Found in the North-Eastern peninsula and nearby
  • Canis- Native to entire continent
    • Gray Wolf- Native to North of continent
    • Ethiopian Wolf- Native to mountains in south of Region A
  • Elephants
    • Deinotherium- Native to Sunflower coast and surrounding areas
    • Loxodonts- Native to subtropical and some tropical areas of the Southern peninsula
    • Elephas- Native to montane forests of World Valley range, upper Region A, much of the western regions of the continent, and the Eastern Wetlands
  • Wolverines- Native to North-Eastern peninsula
  • Foxes- Native to entire continent
    • Arctic Fox- Native to North-Western tundra areas and offshore islands
    • Red Fox- Native to all Northern regions
    • Crab-Eating Fox- Native to Savannah and subtropical pockets in the Southern Peninsula and nearby
    • Bengal Fox- Native to Western Plains, southern Savannah Archipelago, parts of Western Crags
  • Cats- Native to almost entire continent
    • Leopards- Native to non-tundra conditions in entire continent bar World Valley and the Northernmost regions
    • Tigers- Native to North-Eastern swathes of the continent, with some subspecies as far West as the North-Western Steppe and as far south as the Eastern Wetlands
      • Southern Tiger (Malayan)- Native to Eastern Wetlands and Chicken Belt
      • Roman Tiger (Indochinese)- Native to Roman Nose and coastal Savannah Belt
      • Jalid Tiger (Chinese)- Native to continental Region D
      • Kadano Tiger (Chinese)- Native to insular Region D
      • Insular Northern Tiger (Siberian)- Native to insular North-Eastern Tundra
      • Continental Northern Tiger (Siberian)- Native to continental North-Eastern Tundra
      • Hazelnut Tiger (Caspian)- Native to western Hazelnut belt, North-Eastern Steppes, and part of Region C
      • Apricot Tiger (Sumatran)- Native to insular Apricot Belt
      • Belt Tiger (Bengal)- Native to coastal North-Western Steppes, Apricot Belt, coastal Region B
      • Steppe Tiger (Caspian)- Native to interior North-Western Steppes, interior Region B, North-Western Savannah Belt
    • Lions- Native to North-Western and Western swathes of the continent, as far south as the Eastern Wetlands and Region A
  • Dromedary Camel- Native to deserts and arid areas of Region B
  • Aurochs- Native to entire continent
    • Cattle- Native to North of continent
    • Zebu- Native to South of continent
  • Water Buffalo- Native to Roman Nose and nearby regions
  • Sloths- Native to eastern rainforests of Roman Nose and nearby
  • Cervidae- Native to North of continent
    • Reindeer- native to north-eastern Tundra
  • Hippopotamuses
  • Tapirs- Native to western and eastern rainforest areas, including Lychee Belt
  • Equids
    • Przewalski's horse
    • Donkeys- Native to north-western areas of continent (will spread extensively with human domestication)
    • Domesticated Horse- Native to North-Western and northern areas of Central continent (will spread extensively with human domestication)
    • Tarpans
  • Sheep- Native to north-western peninsula
  • Rodents-
    • Caviomorphs- Native to World Valley
      • Guinea Pigs- Native to inner wall of World Valley
  • Goats- Native to north-western peninsula, possibly have spread to other nearby regions
  • Pigs- Native to entire continent
  • Yak- Native to montane environments close to World Valley ranges
    • Wild Yak- Native generally to 3000-5500 metres in treeless environments
    • Plough Yak- Domesticated variant native to montane settled human areas
    • War Yak- Domesticated variant that more comfortably survives in lower altitude environments

North-Eastern ContinentEdit

  • Wombats- Native to Green Wall
  • Quolls- Native to entire continent
  • Canis- Native to almost all areas
    • Dingos- Native to all but most arid places

South-Eastern ContinentEdit

  • Canis- Native to almost all areas
    • Dingos- Native to all but most arid places

Eastern IslandsEdit

  • Canis- Native to almost all areas
    • Dingos- Native to all islands

BirdsEdit

Central ContinentEdit

  • Penguins- Native to Northern Hemisphere Coasts and cool water currents
  • European Robin- Native to Hazelnut Belt, summers North-East Taiga and winters Regions C+D
  • American Robin- Native to Olive Belt, summers North-West Taiga and winters Savannah Archipelago plus Region B
  • Cormorants- Native to entire continent
    • White Breasted Cormorant- Native to Bilimarr Islands
  • Ibises- Native to entire continent
    • 'African' Sacred Ibis- Native to Region B and Apricot Belt
  • Flamingos- Native to marshes or rivers, especially tropical and subtropical areas
  • Swans- Native to temperate regions
    • Dwarf Swan- Native to some islands in Olive Belt
    • Giant Swan- Native to some islands in Olive Belt
  • Peacocks- Native to (needs sorting)
    • Asian Peacock- Native to Savannah Archipelago, Western Plain, and Northern Region A
    • Congo Peafowl- Native to (needs sorting)
  • ​Cranes- Native to all islands
    • Demoiselle Crane- Native to Southern Taiga and Temperate bay (migrates north for winter)
  • Pheasants- Native to eastern subtropics and tropics
    • Common Pheasant- Native to Chicken Belt
    • Chicken- Native to Chicken Belt (natch)
  • Parrots- Native to tropical and subtropical regions (with exception)
    • 'New Zealand' Parrot- Native to The Isles
    • Lories- Native to Chicken Belt, Roman Nose, Lychee Belt and Region D
    • Lorikeets- Native to Chicken Belt, Roman Nose, Lychee Belt and Region D
    • 'Western Alpine' Parrot- Native to temperate areas of North Eastern Peninsula
  • Swifts- Native to entire continent
  • Ratites
    • Rhea- Native to Region A, northern Temperate Bay, and southern Eastern Wetlands
    • Cassowaries- Native to Roman Nose rainforests and nearby
    • Moa- Native to large island off North-Eastern coast
  • Swallows- Native to entire continent
    • Barn Swallow- Summers in North-West, Region B, Region C and North-East Peninsulas, winters in Region A, Sunflower Coast, Seven Rivers and Temperate Bay
    • House Martin- Summers in North-West and North-East Peninsulas, winters in Region A, Sunflower Coast, Seven Rivers and Temperate Bay
    • Striped Swallows (Greater and Lesser)- Summers in Southern peninsula, winters in Western Crags, Lower Teeth, and Chicken Belt

North-Eastern ContinentEdit

  • Petroica- Native to entire continent
    • Red Breasted Petroica- Native to temperate coastlines
  • ​Cranes- Native to all islands
  • Cormorants- Native to entire continent
  • Swans- Native to temperate regions
  • Swifts- Native to entire continent
  • Ratites-
    • 'Northern Emu'- Native to non-arid regions
  • Parrots- Native to tropical and subtropical areas (with exception)
    • Cockatoos- Native to warm climates
  • Ibises- Native to Entire continent
    • Scarlet Ibis- Native to south
  • Flamingos- Native to marshes or rivers, especially tropical and subtropical areas
  • Swallows- Native to entire continent

South-Eastern ContinentEdit

  • Petroica- Native to entire continent
  • Flamingos- Native to marshes or rivers, especially tropical and subtropical areas
  • Cormorants- Native to entire continent
  • Ratites-
    • Struthiocamelus- Native to non-montane, mostly arid regions
    • 'Southern Emu'- Native to temperate, non-arid regions
    • Elephant Bird- Native to tropical montane forests
    • Kiwi- Native to southern coastal regions
    • Tinamou- Native to entire continent, different species native to different areas
  • Swifts- Native to entire continent
  • Parrots- Native to tropical and subtropical areas (with exception)
    • Cockatoos- Native to entire continent
  • Ibises- Native to entire continent
  • Swans- Native to temperate regions
  • ​Cranes- Native to all islands
  • Swallows- Native to entire continent

Eastern IslandsEdit

  • Petroica- Native to all islands
  • Parrots- Native to tropical and subtropical areas (with exception)
  • Swifts- Native to all islands
  • Ibises- Native to all islands
    • Cockatoo- Native to all islands
  • Cranes- Native to all islands
  • Flamingos- Native to marshes or rivers, especially tropical and subtropical areas
  • Cormorants- Native to all islands
  • Swallows- Native to all islands

FishEdit

Central ContinentEdit

North-Eastern ContinentEdit

South-Eastern ContinentEdit

Eastern IslandsEdit

ReptilesEdit

Central ContinentEdit

North-Eastern ContinentEdit

South-Eastern ContinentEdit

Eastern IslandsEdit

AmphibiansEdit

Central ContinentEdit

North-Eastern ContinentEdit

South-Eastern ContinentEdit

Eastern IslandsEdit

Insects Edit

Central Continent Edit

  • Bees- Native to entire continent
  • Silkworm- Native to temperate forests of Southern Peninsula

North-Eastern Continent Edit

  • Bees- Native to entire continent

South-Eastern Continent Edit

  • Bees- Native to entire continent

Eastern Islands Edit

  • Bees- Native to entire continent