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 665 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 "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?
Peaches was a young mammoth who lived with a herd that consisted of various other kinds of animals, all brought together out of care for one another.
Born to Manny and Ellie, two mammoths, in an underground world where dinosaurs still lived, Peaches was brought up close to her family, exhibiting the values that her parents instilled in her.
In her childhood, while awaiting one Christmas, Peaches was able to meet the magical human known as Santa Claus when the actions of her uncle, the ground slothSid, had ruined her family's traditional Christmas Rock. Peaches, Sid, and her two possum uncles Crash and Eddie journeyed to the North Pole, guided by a magical reindeer named Prancer. While in the North Pole, Peaches aided her herd in constructing new toys for Santa, as well as starting his tradition of using a magical reindeer-drawn sled. (Read More...)
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