Okay, Sci Fi fans.....It's a hundred million years in the future. Man was wiped out ninty nine million years ago....

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Okay, Sci Fi fans.....It's a hundred million years in the future. Man was wiped out ninty nine million years ago....

Bignuf Bignuf
....assuming all the other plants and animals survived what killed humans off, and thus the earth remained habitable, which creatures do you think would have evolved to fill our "niche"? (Nature always seem to fill the same voids...be it a Pterodactyl or a falcon. SO...who among the critters, evolved to be the brainy top of the food chain? How do you think they would differ from how "we" did things?
10/18/2012
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Ansley Ansley
Cats! The world would be very apathetic and lazy, unless there was catnip involved.
10/18/2012
ghent529 ghent529
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Originally posted by Ansley
Cats! The world would be very apathetic and lazy, unless there was catnip involved.
I agree with Cats they are far to smart not to.
10/18/2012
edeneve edeneve
I like the idea of cats. they are pretty smart and creative.
10/18/2012
dv8 dv8
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Originally posted by edeneve
I like the idea of cats. they are pretty smart and creative.
Cat civilization? That's been done in the TV show Red Dwarf.

Besides, we all know the llamas are going to take over.
10/18/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Birds are scary smart. They could do it.
10/18/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
Octopuses, which a lot of scientists think are similar in 'intelligence' as us, but just very differently intelligent. Pretty much the only thing holding them back is that they can't start fires in the ocean, so they'd have to find some way to move on to land.

Dolphins are just a little less smart than octopuses, but they have no arms, so they've got little chance.
10/18/2012
MR Chickhabit MR Chickhabit
i believe the kudzu will over come us all.
10/18/2012
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
Chimps already have religious practices. (Sacrifice food during a drought at a waterfall everyday until it rains.) All primates have some kind of social structure and most of them are pretty complex, so my money is still on monkeys. Although I wouldn't be surprised is we had a neat aquatic equivalent. My concern with Octopus is while they are very smart and have arms, they do not have the complex social structure like dolphins.
10/18/2012
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by Bignuf
....assuming all the other plants and animals survived what killed humans off, and thus the earth remained habitable, which creatures do you think would have evolved to fill our "niche"? (Nature always seem to fill the same voids...be it a ...
Probably some form of insect life. It's been quite a while since we had a giant insect trial.
10/18/2012
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
Probably some form of insect life. It's been quite a while since we had a giant insect trial.
We don't have the oxygen content now in our atmosphere to support giant insect life... although environment plays such a huge role... it could be possible.
10/18/2012
SassySam SassySam
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Originally posted by dv8
Cat civilization? That's been done in the TV show Red Dwarf.

Besides, we all know the llamas are going to take over.
and doctor who.
02/14/2013
SassySam SassySam
Squid! I saw that on a documentary somewhere, squid's become the new monkeys.
02/14/2013
GONE! GONE!
Dolphins maybe? Assuming the water wasn't too bad or they evolved to be on land.
02/15/2013
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