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North American xenocene predators by Brobar North American xenocene predators :iconbrobar:Brobar 11 6 Lemur gecko ! by Brobar Lemur gecko ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 14 10 Gigaroo /// Kangaroo descendant ! by Brobar Gigaroo /// Kangaroo descendant ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 20 5 The shadow runner /// Fox descendant by Brobar The shadow runner /// Fox descendant :iconbrobar:Brobar 26 10 The great psitta !!! by Brobar The great psitta !!! :iconbrobar:Brobar 33 21 Axolotl descendants ! by Brobar Axolotl descendants ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 37 18 Pantherapithecs ! by Brobar Pantherapithecs ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 23 5 A unusual social structure for a mammal ! by Brobar A unusual social structure for a mammal ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 37 19 Boaratheon scofatherid scares skuncats ! by Brobar Boaratheon scofatherid scares skuncats ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 19 8 Billy's gentle leviathan ! by Brobar Billy's gentle leviathan ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 18 11 Mountain gladiodont ! by Brobar Mountain gladiodont ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 21 14 First shelled testamphibian ! by Brobar First shelled testamphibian ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 23 8 Pseudomarmosets ! by Brobar Pseudomarmosets ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 18 10 Spiked toothless snake ! by Brobar Spiked toothless snake ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 36 16 The incredible southern asian swamp biome ! by Brobar The incredible southern asian swamp biome ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 11 3 Another bird Fencer ! by Brobar Another bird Fencer ! :iconbrobar:Brobar 22 7

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Xenocene - Zhilis of Guinea
Out of the various crocodile lineages that have arisen in the Xenocene, few are quite as widespread or as diverse as the zhilis. Arising in southern Asia, they’ve adapted to a decent number of niches in their homeland, but it is along the Guinea Land Bridge that they truly thrive; having been relatively early arrivals to the area, the zhili were able to seize quite the diverse array of roles as they migrated south, with some eventually reaching Australia and giving rise to the massive predators known as the kasai and the burrunjor. In fact, it could be argued that the explosion of diversity among the zhilis is one of the major reasons why Australia’s marsupials haven’t done well migrating northwards – they simply can’t get much of a foothold in the face of the competition that the crocodilians provide.
Fox-croc
Vulpesuchus rubricum (Red fox crocodile)
One of the most basal zhili to be found in Guinea, the fox-croc looks very similar to t
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A Larger Prey of Kokinornis by Ball-of-Sugar A Larger Prey of Kokinornis :iconball-of-sugar:Ball-of-Sugar 9 4 Zombie fungus by AlphaX9 Zombie fungus :iconalphax9:AlphaX9 12 3 Asymmetrical Snake by salpfish1 Asymmetrical Snake :iconsalpfish1:salpfish1 27 5 Eucoelophysis baldwini by Dinosaurlover83 Eucoelophysis baldwini :icondinosaurlover83:Dinosaurlover83 5 0 Eshanosaurus by Dinosaurlover83 Eshanosaurus :icondinosaurlover83:Dinosaurlover83 5 0 Predator and prey by AlphaX9 Predator and prey :iconalphax9:AlphaX9 11 0 Hognose bear by AlphaX9 Hognose bear :iconalphax9:AlphaX9 20 2 What an odd duck by Dinosaurlover83 What an odd duck :icondinosaurlover83:Dinosaurlover83 10 4 Flying reptile ideas by ClassyBoogeyman Flying reptile ideas :iconclassyboogeyman:ClassyBoogeyman 5 0 Kha-aha-nakha by ClassyBoogeyman Kha-aha-nakha :iconclassyboogeyman:ClassyBoogeyman 2 2 Smudgypants by ClassyBoogeyman Smudgypants :iconclassyboogeyman:ClassyBoogeyman 2 0 Parasite ideas by ClassyBoogeyman Parasite ideas :iconclassyboogeyman:ClassyBoogeyman 4 0 Flowerface-cloakers by ClassyBoogeyman Flowerface-cloakers :iconclassyboogeyman:ClassyBoogeyman 4 0 Gastodon by ClassyBoogeyman Gastodon :iconclassyboogeyman:ClassyBoogeyman 5 0 Grazers of South America  by AlphaX9 Grazers of South America :iconalphax9:AlphaX9 25 1

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North American xenocene predators
It's been a while since i didn't continue my serie of Xenocene predators, Here is the North american flesh eaters. And it's a huge one, with the 2 largest land predators of the Xenocene !
But remember that Xenocene is a long period and they probably didn't live all at the same time.

Remember also that, only there is only "true" flesh eaters, no omnivors or Mollusk/fish/arthropods eaters.

Some of the animals have been fastly painted, because they were in black&white.

Swamp devil, Rivercat, Wrat and Giant island gigaduck are made by :iconalphax9:
/!\ little mistake on the size of the swamp devil, he is much larger actually.

Pike-tailed rattlesnake and Gila Monster by :icondragonmandaniel:

Gigameleon and giganoduck by :iconkamarodu21:

Terrestrial croc by :iconcovelloraptor:

Tarascus by :iconlaserdragonbeast7:

Gladiadon created by :icondinomaster337: and made by :icongredinia:

Flash-fox, glaciodont altaica, bird fencer and Primodon Saber by me :iconbrobar:
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Lemur gecko !
the idea of lemur geckos was given to me by Ball-of-Sugar !

Lemur geckos are the descendants of the geckos, they evolved to have long legs to be able to jump between trees, they evolved a very large body to escape predators, but they became unable to climb vertical walls so new features appeared, long claws, and  reverse opposable thumbs.
This is the first animal of Rifteria, the landmass wich has been separated from africa by the east African rift.

Scientific name(s): gekkomanibus triviata "geckoes with hands"
Length: 1m50 (5 feet)
Weight: 20kg
Habitat: Tropical forest
Native region: Rifteria
Evolved from: Phelsuma (rainforest gecko)
Lifespan: 20 years
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Gigaroo /// Kangaroo descendant !
The Gigaroo is a massive herbivore of the Xenocene, created by :iconalphax9:, the gigaroos are large marsupial browsers !
Here is my specie of gigaroo, from the genra of Macropus, i name it, Novus, wich means "new".  Unlike its close relative, the Macropus Novus is adapted to live in desert. The desert cover a smaller amount of Australian landmass during Xenocene, but the center of this continent is too dry for any forest to grow.


Scientific name: Macropus Novus
Height: 11 feet standing up (3.35 m)
Length: 13 feet (4m)
Weight: 3 tons
Habitat: desert
Native region: Australia
Evolved from: eastern grey kangaroo 
Lifespan: 40 years
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The shadow runner /// Fox descendant
The fulguruvulpes is a genra of african fox descendants, and a close relative of the velocivulpes. This animal is one of the 2 predator fast enough to catch the plain velocilope : Madoqua campus (of :iconalphax9:)
A bit slower than the flash fox, with a maximum speed of 160km/h it's still faster than every other animals on its environment, even the chihena.
A convergent evolution to that of the cheetah occured on those fox descendants, an elongated body and a muscular tail, to be able to reach this speed, but also very tough saberteeth.

Scientific name(s): fulguruvulpes
Height: 90 cm (3'3'')
Length: 2m20 (7 feet)
Weight: 40kg
Habitat: Savannah
Native region: Africa
Evolved from: red Fox
Lifespan: 10 years
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The great psitta !!!
The Psittamacrophus is a medium sized psittatlasciforme of the late Xenocene, but its a genra from the subfamily of the the thick necked psittatlasciformes!
This huge bird look is very aggresive but feed mostly on fruits and sometimes on soft leaves.
Its strange beak evolved to cover its whole skull to protect from predator and to fight against other males, there is only few predators in the African forest of the Xenocene able to attack this giant parrot, like the pantherapitheciae.


Scientific name(s): Psittamacrophus
height : 10 feet  (3m)
Weight: 1 ton
Habitat: forest
Evolved from: parrot

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Ok so some of you know that I was on a project since a few days to draw and colour the swamps ecosystem of the South Asia.
But i spend an entire hour to make my specifications, to try to prepare for this art, but I regret to notice that I do not have enough expertise on Photoshop yet to make most of the things that I planned.
To succeed in incorporating tens of animals into realistic positions while respecting the perspectives and by playing with the lighting effects is really hard.
So instead of a realistically colored ecosystem, i think i'll just draw it on paper, and i'll try my best to make it look cool. And i'll keep training on photoshop.

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ClassyBoogeyman Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
All your works are amazingOMG 
every design is so beautiful.
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Brobar Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Thank you dude, and thank you for all your favs, i like your universe and your touch too.
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ClassyBoogeyman Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem. And thank youLa la la la  
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Ball-of-Sugar Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav!
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Official-LifeForms Featured By Owner May 26, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Welcome to LifeForms-Official!
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Brobar Featured By Owner May 27, 2017
thank you :d
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TheDerpasaur Featured By Owner May 13, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch dude!
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Brobar Featured By Owner May 13, 2017
np bro :)
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TheDerpasaur Featured By Owner May 13, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Heh ;)
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Ball-of-Sugar Featured By Owner May 11, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Isn't it interesting that the wildcats get to replace bears in the Magnasolocene?
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