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In space, nobody can hear you fart Edition

RESOURCES:

https://speculativeevolution.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Tutorial
>One-stop shop for relevant background information for starting a project

http://planetfuraha.blogspot.com/
>Fantastic blog covering all sorts of spec evo topics in-depth

https://specevo.jcink.net/
>The Speculative Evolution forums, full of resources and ongoing projects

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egzZv8tqT_k&list=PL6xPxnYMQpquNuaEffJzjGjMsr6VktCYl&ab_channel=Biblaridion [Open] [Embed] [Open] [Embed]
>Part exobiology project, part spec evo tutorial, Biblaridion’s alien planet video series is informative and well-researched

RECOMMENDED PROJECTS:

https://pastebin.com/zhBbaNTB
>Link to a PDF of Wayne Barlowe’s “Expedition”, a seminal work of speculative evolution full of incredible paintings and illustrations

https://sunriseonilion.wordpress.com/
>Ilion, an illustrated tour of a tidally locked planet, really fantastic science in this project

http://www.cmkosemen.com/snaiad_web/snduterus.html
>Snaiad, life on an alien world

https://youtu.be/Rbi8Jgx1CNE [Open] [Embed] [Open] [Embed]
>”The Future is Wild”, a CGI documentary following the evolution of life on Earth in the far future

https://pastebin.com/esdFrSEZ
>Dougal Dixon, arguably the father of speculative evolution. These are links to PDF’s of his books “After Man”, “The New Dinosaurs”, and “Man After Man”

https://www.deviantart.com/sanrou/gallery/56844005/anu
>Anu, a beautifully illustrated xenobiology project

http://www.planetfuraha.nl/
>Furaha, another alien world with very scientifically detailed creations

https://sites.google.com/site/worldofserina/home
>Serina: A Natural History of the World of Birds