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I know of no examples of a widespread species being extincted by disease, predator, or pest. Global disaster? One that just left humans? Of what do you speak?
But the likes of the Black Death could not wipe us out, nor any other plage, predator, insect or global catastrophe to date.
As is every other creature on the planet.
We are as adapted to our environment as nature allows.
Hanging on, I suppose. Too specialized perhaps.
As to Polar Bears, are they not doing about as well as Pandas these days?
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: Phage
Termites and ants could be interesting.
Considering how they build and shape their environment.
Different kind of intelligence all the same.
I don't like rats myself. LoL
Its Cockroaches that really bug me through, yuk!