The Ice Age Wiki is an online encyclopedia that anyone can edit, based on the Ice Age series of movies released by Blue Sky Studios. This wiki strives to be a comprehensive reference for the Ice Age franchise including the feature films, animated shorts, movie novels, comics, video games and books. The wiki launched on December of 2008 and now has 592 articles. As you read about the Sub-Zero Heroes' adventures through prehistory, visiting crazy, strange places, and outrageous adventures, we hope this site functions as a fun and informative guide. You can register to keep track of your contributions.
The last ice age was around 11,000 years ago and was called "The Great Ice Age", time where the films take place?
That Saber-tooth tigers are usually called saber-toothed tigers although they aren't related to nowadays tigers as there have been 2 main branches of felines, sabre-toothed ones and modern cats?
the "laughing gas" from the third movie is technically impossible to exist, because if it were helium it'd impossible to it to stay near the ground and the only gas with that property is sulfur hexafluoride and it actually makes the voice sound deeper?
During the days of the ice age, Scrat took an acorn with him everywhere, hoping to find a place to store it for the winter. Scrat also went out looking for other acorns so as to further his storage, looking all over for acorns and nuts.
Scrat went on fixated with taking his acorn until he met another saber-tooth squirrel named Scratte, who Scrat fell for, forsaking his acorn for a time until he grew to miss it and returned to his acorn, leaving Scratte behind in a world of dinosaurs. (Read More...)
What character are you looking forward to in Ice Age:Collision Course?
Ice Age is a registered trademark of Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox. All text, audio and images are the intellectual property of Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox. This site is not endorsed by or affiliated with Blue Sky Studios, 20th Century Fox or their licencors. The operation of this site is believed to fall under the United States "fair use" copyright laws.
For more information, click here.