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  • Damn sure man

    They lived before us, we are making the world a not-so-good place to live.
    They were happy hunting, eating and living......Until we humans came. WE should live in harmony with animals and only for food should we use them (sustainable) . Not hunting for sport and for fur. People ....

  • Damn sure man

    They lived before us, we are making the world a not-so-good place to live.
    They were happy hunting, eating and living......Until we humans came. WE should live in harmony with animals and only for food should we use them (sustainable) . Not hunting for sport and for fur. People ....

  • Of course they could

    We create so much pollution! If we were gone there would be no more pollution and hunting. The animals would be a lot happier in a pollution free world. They also wouldn't have to worry about hunting and being placed in a zoo where people star at you all day long. They would also have a lot more food because we aren't eating it. Overall I think animals could survive without us.

  • Of course they could

    We create so much pollution! If we were gone there would be no more pollution and hunting. The animals would be a lot happier in a pollution free world. They also wouldn't have to worry about hunting and being placed in a zoo where people star at you all day long. They would also have a lot more food because we aren't eating it. Overall I think animals could survive without us.

  • Of course they could

    We create so much pollution! If we were gone there would be no more pollution and hunting. The animals would be a lot happier in a pollution free world. They also wouldn't have to worry about hunting and being placed in a zoo where people star at you all day long. They would also have a lot more food because we aren't eating it. Overall I think animals could survive without us.

  • Of course they could

    We create so much pollution! If we were gone there would be no more pollution and hunting. The animals would be a lot happier in a pollution free world. They also wouldn't have to worry about hunting and being placed in a zoo where people star at you all day long. They would also have a lot more food because we aren't eating it. Overall I think animals could survive without us.

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  • Yes, animals existed before people.

    Yes, animals could survive without people, because no matter what philosophy or religion you believe about the creation of the world, we all agree that animals existed before people. Animals do not depend on anything that humans do for their survival. They would probably live with less intrusion without humans.

  • Animals can survive without humans

    It is without a doubt that I believe that animals can survive without humans. For centuries before the evolution of man, animals ruled this planet. They are naturally equipped with instincts of survival from birth, and the presence of humans does nothing to change this instinct. If anything, humans just made it a little easier to survive. However, without humans, nature would revert back to its arcane system of natural selection.

  • We are part of the food web.

    Most likely not. Humans have a big role regarding the food web of the world. We are at the top of this food web, and we maintain the balance between just the right population and overpopulation for many animals. To remove humans from the food web would spell certain disaster.

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  • Yes and no

    Yes and No. There are species that would face potential extinction. Don't get me wrong, I am well aware that if we died out, Nature would move on, but not before taking a punch in the gut. Some domestic animals would go extinct without human interaction, such as the cow. However the bigger loss would actually come from the loss of the worlds foremost Apex predator. Sure, we kill more than our fill of animals, and we are practically a disease on this planet. But like any predator, we do contribute to population control for some species. Eliminate us, and our more prominent prey overpopulates, eventually leading to shortage of food, and eventually the extinction of some species. Some smaller species have adapted to spend most of their time living in human ecosystems and feeding off garbage. These animals are highly adaptable, so they would not likely die off, but upon moving back into nature for most of their food, they would increase the amount of competition over many food sources, potentially causing some of the weaker members that share that position in the food chain to die off. No species death is set in stone, but the survival of all species after our demise would be highly unlikely. There would be some serious short term effects before nature accounted for our loss. Believe it or not, our predation does contribute to the ecosystem, but the problem lies in us overstepping the boundaries. What people often fail to understand is that we also would pose a problem by under stepping them.

  • Yes and No. There are species that would face potential extinction.

    Don't get me wrong, I am well aware that if we died out, Nature would move on, but not before taking a punch in the gut. Some domestic animals would go extinct without human interaction, such as the cow. However the bigger loss would actually come from the loss of the worlds foremost Apex predator. Sure, we kill more than our fill of animals, and we are practically a disease on this planet. But like any predator, we do contribute to population control for some species. Eliminate us, and our more prominent prey overpopulates, eventually leading to shortage of food, and eventually the extinction of some species. Some smaller species have adapted to spend most of their time living in human ecosystems and feeding off garbage. These animals are highly adaptable, so they would not likely die off, but upon moving back into nature for most of their food, they would increase the amount of competition over many food sources, potentially causing some of the weaker members that share that position in the food chain to die off. No species death is set in stone, but the survival of all species after our demise would be highly unlikely. There would be some serious short term effects before nature accounted for our loss. Believe it or not, our predation does contribute to the ecosystem, but the problem lies in us overstepping the boundaries. What people often fail to understand is that we also would pose a problem by under stepping them.

  • Focus on the question

    It asks us that in the state that we have now left the earth whether animals would survive without us.This is the important bit.So what if they survived before we came and ruined their lives and habitats.Now after we have done everything we have done to their lives would they still survive.


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