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Arquillians
   appear in the universe of   
Men In Black
The Auronar
   appear in the universe of   
Blake's 7
Telepathic cloned race
Autobots
   appear in the universe of   
Transformers
A faction of sentient robots from the planet Cybertron, are the usually the main protagonists in the fictional universe of the Transformers. Both Autobots and Decepticons are humanoid robots that can transform into machines, vehicles and other familiar mechanical objects.
The Babel Fish
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
If you stick a Babel fish in your ear you can instantly understand anything said to you in any form of language.
Bandersnatches
   appear in the universe of   
The Jabberwocky
"Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!"
Bannermen
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Delta and the Bannermen
Blast-Ended Skrewts
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Males have a sting whilst females have suckers on their stomachs.
Boggarts
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Shape-shifters that takes on the form of its intended victim's worst fear.
The Borg
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
An amalgam of several humanoid species which have been assimilated and enhanced with cybernetic implants (giving them both improved mental and physical abilities). [wikipedia]
Borogoves
   appear in the universe of   
The Jabberwocky
"Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe."
Bowtruckles
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Little wooden creatures that live in trees, but only trees used for wands. [wikipedia]
Brobdingnagians
   appear in the universe of   
Gulliver's Travels
Centauri
   appear in the universe of   
Babylon 5
Clockwork Dolls
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Cybermen
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Cylons
   appear in the universe of   
Battlestar Galactica
Daleks
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Darkhounds
   appear in the universe of   
Wheel of Time
Richard Jordan's fantasy series. A race of Shadowspawn used by the Dark One. They are about the size of a small horse and look vaguely like a dog. Darkhounds typically run in packs of 10 to 12, though a pack may be as large as 50 hounds. The saliva of a darkhound is an acid that causes bruising and burns which spread quickly, and a few drops are enough to kill a person.
Decapodians
   appear in the universe of   
Futurama
Aliens of lobster-like form. Dr. John A. Zoidberg is a Decapodian. He traveled to 31st C. Earth from the planet Decapod 10.
Decepticons
   appear in the universe of   
Transformers
Most Decepticons think very little of humans and consider them no better than pests or "insects". Both Autobots and Decepticons are humanoid robots that can transform into machines, vehicles and other familiar mechanical objects.
Deku Scrubs
   appear in the universe of   
Zelda
Dementors
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Soul-sucking fiends
Dominators
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Dominators were humanoid aliens, who tried to change an entire planet into radioactive fuel.
Dug
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
The best-known Dug is Sebulba, a Podracing champion from Pixelito on Malastare, (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace)
Ents
   appear in the universe of   
Lord of the Rings
Tree shepherds of Fanghorn
Ewoks
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Face Dancers
   appear in the universe of   
Dune
Face Dancers are near-perfect mimics; their name is derived from their ability to change their appearance literally at will. Face Dancers could be considered a sub-species of humanity.
Felis Sapiens (Cat)
   appear in the universe of   
Red Dwarf
Cat is the humanoid descendant of a modern domestic cat called Frankenstein who had been Dave Lister's pregnant pet cat. He may be the last remaining member of his species
Ferengi
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
The Ferengi codes of conduct are known as "The Rules of Aquisition."
Flobberworms
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
A worm that can be found in ditches. Although its favourite food is lettuce, it is possible to kill them by overfeeding.
Flying Monkeys
   appear in the universe of   
Wizard of Oz
Gamorrean Guards
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
The guards of Jabba the Hutt in 'Return of the Jedi' (though not actually named in the film).
Geonosians
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
A caste based insectoid species.
The Goa'uld
   appear in the universe of   
Stargate Atlantis
Also in SG-1
The Goa'uld
   appear in the universe of   
Stargate SG1
Parasitic creatures that use the host and advanced technology to impersonate gods.
Golgafrinchams
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
The race who sent away all their useless people in a craft on a crash course with Earth. Notably lawyers, middle managers and telephone sanitizers.
Grindylows
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Pale green lake-dwelling creatures that attacked the Triwizard champions
Gungans
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Gungans, from the planet Naboo, live in underwater cities on the planet Naboo. Jar Jar Binks is a Gungan.
Hippogriffs
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Hobbits
   appear in the universe of   
Lord of the Rings
Middle Earth
Hooloovoos
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
A superintelligent shade of the colour blue
House-elves
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Dobby was a house-elf. Rather than conventional clothing, house-elves wear discarded items like pillowcases and tea-towels. House-elves' masters can free them by giving them an item of clothing.
Hssiss
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
A species of dragon. Corrupted by the planet Stenness’ dark-side aura and domesticated by the Sith. Their bite leaves Dark-side poison.
Hutts
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Ice Warriors
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Jawas
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
The Jedi
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Ok, so maybe not a species exactly...
Jubjub Birds
   appear in the universe of   
The Jabberwocky
"Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!"
Klingons
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
In Klingon culture, the honored dead spend in afterlife in a place known as "Sto'Vo'Kor"
Krillitane
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Kromaggs
   appear in the universe of   
Sliders
Lilliputians
   appear in the universe of   
Gulliver's Travels
Lombax
   appear in the universe of   
Ratchet & Clank
Ratchet, the central protagonist of the series Ratchet & Clank video games is a Lombax.
Magratheans
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Mandrels
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
A dangerous creature from the planet Eden
Minbari
   appear in the universe of   
Babylon 5
Mustafarians
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Narn
   appear in the universe of   
Babylon 5
Nazgûl
   appear in the universe of   
Lord of the Rings
Ringwraiths
Octorok
   appear in the universe of   
The Legend of Zelda
The Ogier
   appear in the universe of   
Wheel of Time
Richard Jordan's fantasy series. They have an intense love of knowledge. They are also great architects and stonemasons, responsible for many of the most impressive structures and cities of the world. Ogier stonework is known for its organic nature, often appearing to have been grown like plants. Their first love, however, is forestry; they love the trees of their stedding, and grew groves near the cities they built to remind them of their home.
Ood
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Oompa-Loompas
   appear in the universe of   
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Orcs
   appear in the universe of   
Lord of the Rings
Middle Earth
Orkans
   appear in the universe of   
Mork & Mindy
The series starred Robin Williams as Mork, an alien who came to Earth from the planet Ork in a large egg-shaped space ship. Mork's greeting was "Na-Nu Na-Nu" (pronounced "nah-noo nah-noo", sometimes spelled Nanoo Nanoo) along with a hand gesture similar to Mr. Spock's Vulcan salute from Star Trek combined with a handshake.
Prisoner Zero
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
A shapeshifting alien resembling an hagfish that hid from the Atraxi in the house of Amy Pond for twelve years in a room she never noticed.
Quarks
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
The servants of the Dominators
Raths
   appear in the universe of   
The Jabberwocky
"Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe." Some confusion exists as to what a rath is. Humpty Dumpty says following the poem: "A 'rath' is a sort of green pig: but 'mome" I'm not certain about. I think it's short for 'from home', meaning that they'd lost their way". Carroll's notes for the original in Mischmasch state: "a species of Badger [which] had smooth white hair, long hind legs, and short horns like a stag [and] lived chiefly on cheese"[16] Explanatory book notes comment that 'Mome' means to seem 'grave' and a 'Rath': is "a species of land turtle. Head erect, mouth like a shark, the front forelegs curved out so that the animal walked on its knees, smooth green body, lived on swallows and oysters." In the 1951 animated film adaptation of the book's prequel, the mome raths are depicted as small, multi-coloured creatures with tufty hair, round eyes, and long legs resembling pipe stems.
The Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
A very stupid creature. It thinks that if you can't see it, it can't see you. To avoid a painful death, simply hide your face in your towel!
Reapers
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Replicators
   appear in the universe of   
Stargate Atlantis
The Asurans of Stargate Atlantis are also called Replicators, due to their similarities to the race on SG-1, but are not directly related.
Replicators
   appear in the universe of   
Stargate SG1
Rigellians
   appear in the universe of   
Marvel Comics
The Rigellians, also known as the Colonizers of Rigel, are a scientifically and technologically advanced alien race in the fictional Marvel Comics Universe devoted towards amassing an empire via colonization. They are native to Rigel-3 the third planet orbiting the star Rigel in the Milky Way Galaxy.
Rigellians
   appear in the universe of   
The Simpsons
Including Kang and Kodos. They are aliens from the fictional planet Rigel VII and almost exclusively appear in the "Treehouse of Horror".
Rigellians
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
The Rigellians were known to the Federation by the late-23rd century.
Ringwraiths
   appear in the universe of   
Lord of the Rings
Romulans
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
Sandworms
   appear in the universe of   
Dune
A form of desert-dwelling creature from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. They first appear in the 1965 novel Dune and are iconic of the Dune series. Sandworms are huge animals similar in appearance to colossal terrestrial annelids and in other ways to the Sea lamprey. They have a fearsome array of crystalline teeth.
Sea Devils
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Hideous fish headed amphibians.
Silurians
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
The Sith
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Skutters
   appear in the universe of   
Red Dwarf
Maintenance robots that have a soft spot for old John Wayne movies.
Sontarans
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Thestrals
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Thestrals are the most elusive and least horse-like breed of magical winged horse. They are visible only to those who have witnessed and accepted a death,[16] and are described as having "blank, white, shining eyes," a "dragonish face," "long, black manes," "great leathery wings," and the "skeletal body of a great, black, winged horse." Hogwarts has a herd in the nearby Forbidden Forest and primarily uses them to pull the carriages that transport students to and from the Hogsmeade train station.
Thunderians
   appear in the universe of   
Thundercats
Time Lords
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
Toves
   appear in the universe of   
The Jabberwocky
"Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe."
Trollocs
   appear in the universe of   
Wheel of Time
Richard Jordan's fantasy series. Trollocs are generally bipedal and humanoid, often with both human and animal features: human eyes but an eagle's beak, for instance, or a bear's paws and claws. They are huge in stature and extremely vicious. They are the basic shock troops of the Shadow.
Tusken Raiders
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
The "sand people". They travel in single file to disguise their numbers. You must be cautious.
Uruk-hai
   appear in the universe of   
Lord of the Rings
Middle Earth. Cross breed of orcs and men
Vl'hurgs
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
One of the two races whose battlefleet was swallowed whole by a dog during a revenge mission on the milky way for a war started by chance words uttered by Arthur Dent.
Vogons
   appear in the universe of   
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Vogon poetry is the third worst in the Universe.
Vulcans
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
Vulcans have green blood and live two to three times longer than humans.
Wampa
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Weeping Angels
   appear in the universe of   
Doctor Who
“Don’t blink. Don’t even blink. Blink and you’re dead. They are fast, faster than you could believe, don’t turn your back, don’t look away, and don’t blink. Good luck.”
Werewolves
   appear in the universe of   
Harry Potter
Wookiees
   appear in the universe of   
Star Wars
Wraiths
   appear in the universe of   
Stargate Atlantis
Wraiths
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
Zora
   appear in the universe of   
The Legend of Zelda


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