This is a list of a number of speculative evolution projects and scenarios that exist on the wiki, so if yours it not present, feel free to add to the list (along with a description). For more details, see
Alternative Evolution Edit
Dinosaurs of the Ice Age
Dinosaurs of the Ice Age is about a major glaciation stemming from the relatively minor Tithonian-Berriasian glaciation, putting an end to many dinosaurs on Earth.
Eocene Split is a Palaeogene split in which the Grande Coupure (also known as the Eocene-Oligocene extinction) never happened.
Frozen in Time
Frozen in Time explores the possibilities of a world in which the Cryogenian glaciations lasted until the Triassic of our timeline.
Silent Skies details the evolution of life on Earth and Theia if Theia never collided with the Earth.
Triassic Divergence is an alter evo in which the Triassic-Jurassic extinction never occurs.
What if the Asteroid Missed?
What if the Asteroid Missed? asks the classic question of what would happen if the six mile wide asteroid creating the Chicxulub crater never hit.
Xenarthra Australia poses the question on what would occur if species in the superorder Xenarthra migrated towards Australia instead of South America and colonized a land without fewer sources of competition.
Animula is an alien planet which supports life, including animal-like creatures, plant-like creatures, and the strange Motoplantae, all amazingly different from life on earth.
Terra Chordata is about a planet named Auster in the Epsilon Eridani system which has been seeded with life by humans; this life includes many chordates.
Thalassa is a habitable moon that harbors multicelluar, carbon-based organisms. It is a beautiful and stunning satellite that is beyond human imagination.
Future Evolution Edit
Future of The World
Future of The World is about the next era of Earth's history, the Basilozoic era, during which a mammalian domination is eventually replaced by a reptilian one.
New Pleistocene is a future evolution project creating a more plausible reality of the 5 million years section of The Future is Wild.