Desert hoppers are large hopping monopedal snails as seen in the eleventh episode of the The Future is Wild.
Their strong single foot allows them to traverse large distance while at the same time reducing contact with the desert sand, helping to regulate homeostasis. During the day they bury themselves in the ground to escape the heat, and come out at night to feed. The skin of the desert hoppers has become hardened to minimize loss of moisture, also aiding this is their eyes, which are no longer on stalks but attached directly to the head, forming a turret for a better all-around vision.
| The Future is Wild Species|
| 5 million years|
|Babookari | Carakiller | Cryptile | Deathgleaner | Desert rattleback | Gannetwhale | Gryken | Rattleback | Scrofa | Shagrat | Snowstalker | Spink|
|100 million years|
|Falconfly | False spitfire bird | Grass tree | Great blue windrunner | Lurkfish | Ocean phantom | Poggle | Reef glider | Roachcutter | Silver spider | Spindle trooper | Spitfire beetle | Spitfire bird | Spitfire tree | Swampus | Toraton|
|200 million years|
|Bumblebeetle | Deathbottle | Desert hopper | Forest flish | Garden worm | Gloomworm | Megasquid | Ocean flish | Rainbow squid | Sharkopath | Silverswimmer | Slickribbon | Slithersucker | Squibbon | Terabyte|