What Will Animals On Earth Be Like In 1,000 Years From Now?

The pages of science fiction imagine huge spaceships in which our descendants will travel around the galaxy in comfort. Smart houses on earth will select the ideal temperature, do the cleaning order food and prepared dinner.

They will even have the ability to repair themselves in case of failure. Unmanned vehicles will calculate the most optimal route and instantly deliver passengers to anywhere in the world. We often see similar pictures of the future in films and books, but for some reason they don't include any details about animals.

What will their future be like? Who will the beast birds and pets be in 1000 years?

Will there be a place for them on such an advanced and technological planet? Technological progress has brought us so many new inventions in the world of entertainment. One of the latest is the online game cross out available for PC ps4 and Xbox One. It's a third person vehicle shooter where every vehicle you see has been crafted by another player.

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Take for example a couple of German shepherds who likely eat more than one person in a year. However, genetic engineering will help solve such problems by controlling size. So by blocking the growth genes, scientists have already been able to create horses the size of dogs, Dogs the size of a kitten. This makes it so that pets do not consume so much food.

If this trend continues, then soon there may be for example, a pet mini whale that can fit in the palm of your hand. In turn, owners who might be satisfied with smaller pets will expect a full upgrade of abilities and appearance. How would you like a pet that glows like neon? South Korean scientists have answered this question and developed cats that can glow in the dark. Maybe you want to have a personal mini Park from the Jurassic period.

Then you just need to ask paleontologist jack Horner, who plans to create a chicken with teeth that looks like a dinosaur. However, there's another option for the development of pets, a switch to robots. In fact, we're already seeing this process happening today. From Example. In Japan, they released the neccoro device, a robot, which is covered in soft for and is quite similar to a cat. Thanks to a special sensor, the robot can perk softly or growl with displeasure. In total, the model can make 48 different sounds recorded using real animals.

Dog lovers will be attracted to robot Rex, who knows how to move his ears bark and wag his tail. Rowboats, a robotic dog nose at commands and even gives out a bug when a stranger enters the room. Anyone interested in more exotic

Animals will surely like the three pound three foot tall bionic kangaroo. This kangaroo robot can jump to a height of 40 centimeters about 16 inches and can jump a length of up to 80 centimeters or about 32 inches.

Thus familiar furry friends will almost completely be replaced by robots and genetically altered creatures. But what will happen to wild animals, many of the current species that you can observe in the wild or in zoos will eventually disappear forever.

Among them are tigers, of which there are only about 4000 remaining alive today, followed by the Maui dolphins whose number does not exceed 55.

Also, rhinos, gorillas, orangutans, all that will likely remain of them will be educational videos on YouTube. Man is to blame for this we are constantly altering environmental conditions and destroying the habitats of wild animals. Some creatures are especially sensitive to human intervention.

The problem arises from so called food specialization, large mammals in particular editors have developed features over many years of evolution that allow them to eat only a specific type of food and live under strictly defined conditions. But there are also other creatures that can survive for millennia, under just about any circumstance, including those that prefer to live close to us humans, rats, cockroaches, spiders, and reptiles. What If Spiders Had Wings? This is another story.

These are creatures that many of us would like to avoid. However, they will likely take the place of today's majestic predators, only what they will look like in the future will depend on the food available the landscape of the planet and the climate. According to one scenario of the distant future, a new Ice Age awaits us.

At such extremely low temperatures, only the largest organisms can survive, requiring the ability to maintain body heat As a result of natural selection after the Ice Age, the planet will be inhabited by giant rodents, reptiles, anthropoids, and mollusks all of whom man will find difficult or impossible to exterminate. British scientist Douglas Dixon showed how they might look in the book, The Wild World of the future.

So according to Dixon, the desert will shutter from the trampling of a huge tortoise weighing up to 150 tons. It will be heavier than the largest dinosaurs, and much bigger than an African elephant. This tortoise will wander through the desert, devouring a huge amount of greenery with a scissor big and powerful jaws. No one will dare to interfere with the giant tortoise, due to its colossal size and armored scaly skin.

But most animals just as today will have to fight fierce battles to stay alive. Using some gnarly weapons for defense, the giant snails of the future about eight inches long or 20 centimeters and weighing up to a pound or about half a kilogram, are also no exception to the race for survival. The mouth of this monster will have a bone core with a notch drill at the end, which will allow it to grind even the toughest food.

However, carnivores will acquire much more deadly features than the snail bone drill. For example, a huge black bat death Cleaner with a wingspan of four feet, or 1.3 meters is armed with insanely strong jaws and huge teeth. Grabbing its prey the death Gleaner will thrust long claws into its praise body, well forcing it into the sand.

Then in an instant, it will bite the victim through the spine. Have its warm lunch, rats will be able to hunt small animals that large mammal predators ate before. These rodents will be aided in this by a change to their teeth. They'll develop long piercing incisors, the wide molar that they now used to shred vegetation will become sharpened and will work like scissors, cutting off pieces of flesh. Their tiny legs will become ideal for running with small feet, thick pads and long muscular legs.

With the help of these mutations. Phalanxes giant dog like rats will hunt large grass eating animals that would formerly have been preyed upon by wolves impacts the lurk fish will be an even more dangerous predator. At 13 feet long or four meters, hundreds of electric producing tissues will run down each side. The killer fish, they'll be able to generate a huge charge in excess of 1000 volts. Twice as much as the electric eel. This predator will electrocute any animal to death, except perhaps the enormous tortoise.

Once the tortoise closes its huge jaws on the body of its victim, it will sink its sharp teeth into its flesh. After that it will disappear into the depths of the ocean with the fish beast, so that no one interferes with its bloody feast.

The huge 75 foot or 25 meter rainbow squid will not be out done by other huge super predators like stripe whales. While on the hunt, they'll put on a real light show changing the color of their body. This will be sure to lower a large predator fish that feeds on bright silver red or yellow fish as soon as the price swims closer, the squid will grip tightly at it with powerful suckers. Well it shreds the body with razor sharp teeth.

Another super mollusk that 10 pound swamp octopus will choose a note less terrible way to punish its victims catching its prey it will inject enough poison into it to kill even an elephant. The insects of the future will also be different. So bumble bees will grow to the size of sparrows, and will manage to survive due to the terrible massacre of their own flesh, finding the uneaten carcass of a dead animal.

The Bumblebee will rest on it until it dies, after which the insects belly will burst by itself. From the bumblebees’ body, the larvae will escape and burrow inside of the dead animal inside the disc shaped mouth of the larvae there will be a creepy mill with two pairs of sharp jaws. One is for cutting, the other is for grinding. Thus the larva will be able to tear the flesh and suck the decomposing internal organs out of the rotting animal.

So, that is a glimpse of the bleak future described by Dougal Dixon, whether his predictions will come true and real life is not yet known. However, one thing is clear, the planet can sustain the existence of most any creature, but not all creatures will withstand the conditions on planet Earth. So, if humanity wants to preserve itself as a species, we must save the environment.

Do you think we could coexist with Dixon's monsters? Write your thoughts in the comments.
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