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*It is unknown how the Last Encyclopod can fly in space.
 
*It is unknown how the Last Encyclopod can fly in space.
 
*Technically, the Last Encyclopod is part of the [[Waterfalls|Waterfall family]], as it contains the DNA of [[Hutch Waterfall]].
 
*Technically, the Last Encyclopod is part of the [[Waterfalls|Waterfall family]], as it contains the DNA of [[Hutch Waterfall]].
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**Not to mention the fact that it was voiced by [[Phil Hendrie]]
  
 
===Appearances===
 
===Appearances===
 
*{{flink|Into the Wild Green Yonder}}
 
*{{flink|Into the Wild Green Yonder}}

Revision as of 00:54, 30 March 2009

Tertiary character
The Last Encyclopod
LastEncyclopod.jpg
SpeciesEncyclopod
Planet of originViolet Dwarf Star (egg)
ProfessionPreserver of species
First appearanceInto the Wild Green Yonder
Film
Voiced by[[Phil Hendrie|Phil Hendrie]][[Category:Characters voiced by Phil Hendrie|The Last Encyclopod]]

The Last Encyclopod is the last of the Encyclopod species. It hatched from the Violet Dwarf Star after it was fertilised by the Chi-laced asteroid. It resembles a giant manta-ray with a biosphere on its back.

The End of the Evolutionary Arms Race

Once the Violet Dwarf Star was fertilised, it rapidly grew into the Last Encyclopod. Once it emerged, it destroyed the last Dark One and ended the Arms Race of Evolution. The Last Encyclopod brought upon the New Green Age. After it preserved the DNA of Homo Sapien, it left for parts unknown.

Additional Info

Known Species Inhabiting Biosphere

The biosphere upon the Last Encyclopod's back contains the DNA of all extinct species. Those shown or mentioned are:

  • Tasmanian Tigers
  • Dodos
  • White Rhinos
  • Striped Biologist Taunters
  • (The DNA of) Homo Sapien

Notes

  • It is unknown if the Last Encyclopod evolved from the snakes or the frogs.
  • The Last Encyclopod is presumably telepathic, as it can 'speak' through the vacuum of space.
  • It is unknown how the Last Encyclopod can fly in space.
  • Technically, the Last Encyclopod is part of the Waterfall family, as it contains the DNA of Hutch Waterfall.

Appearances