Mudskipper

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+37 1. Gondy10 commented 7 years ago

OMG.. When the next part will be showing??
Very Interesting video..
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+12 2. motoso commented 7 years ago

Looks like evolution stopped at step 2 for them.
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+5 3. Premtm commented 7 years ago

This is how the life started on the ground...... :)
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+13 4. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

#2 Evolution did not stop for them at step 2... that's just where they are at this time. Not all things started at the same time.
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+3 5. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

If the mayas were right, and the world ends as we know it, these fellows are the hope of new life on this planet. It is gonna take 60 millon years, but our planet survives
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+4 6. nokster commented 7 years ago

That was brilliant!! :D
Loved it!! Smart fish tho!
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+3 7. ataneg commented 7 years ago

#5 the Mayans are not right don't worry. And if we talk about some species that will survive a big disaster i would bet on Tardigrade, and not that fishy fishy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade
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+10 8. 4string86 commented 7 years ago

I always wonder how they get a camera into animal´s lair like this...
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+1 9. Saxxoo commented 7 years ago

one day the female frog was taking a nap... then shortly after a male fish was passing by in search of a mate, it was this time of the year.

But for some reason the water was empty of the normally eager awaiting female fish, he search high and low with no luck whatsoever, his desire was getting high.

Then he saw the frog, and a new idea popped in the mind of the little fish.

Not long after a new species was created...

The story of the mudskipper ;)
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+2 10. Siruss commented 7 years ago

#5 the planet does not need nor care if we destroyed ourselves and took alot of other creatures with us, like the mudskipper. It is a self correcting system that would recover in ways we would never even begin to imagine possible.

On the other hand, we have a chance to leave. We are the only species on the planet for the first time ever in evolution that is not bound to Mother Earth. So in a way we are alot like the mudskipper learning to survive in another environment, for us that is space. Challenge accepted ;)
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-1 11. huldu commented 7 years ago

#2 This kind of "evolution" takes millions of years. We "humans" used to come from the same type of creature. If you fast forward a few million years from now the apes will probably have evolved into human like creatures. Tho, that won't happen due to "us" being around, but left alone, that would most likely happen.
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+1 12. yorfo commented 7 years ago

StarWars inspiration... :)
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0 13. snus69 commented 7 years ago

Wait till the next oil disaster... :-(
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0 14. bzzt commented 7 years ago

#2 You're wrong. God created all beings at the same time
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0 15. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Looks like a distant relative of kirkelicious'. ;)