Science fiction

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Science fiction is a term referring to any story which uses science as its technological base yet is still fictional. Star Trek, for example, is one such science fiction. Other popular Science Fiction shows include Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Doctor Who and Battlestar Galactica. Many of these shows have been running for a long time and are still as popular as they were when they first appeared.

Many popular video games are based on a Science Fiction theme, such games include Halo, Starcraft and Freelancer. Many fantasy games such as World of Warcraft or the Final Fantasy games include some Science Fiction elements.

Science fiction and furry[edit]

For furry stories with a science fiction setting, the anthropomorphic characters can often be the result of advanced genetic engineering technologies, or completely alien species. Of course, this is not always the case.

Alien species within established mainstream science fiction universes, such as the Wookiees from Star Wars, are commonly considered to be furry by members of the fandom.

Did you know? Mime artist Ailsa Berk, who played non-furry Amanaman in Return of the Jedi, is a female furry and a regular at Further Confusion.

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