posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:50 PM
Originally posted by Faisca
very similar to insects found on earth, in fact it can be classified down to the genus and species (they're just much larger).
Well this is what I know with live here on earth, If everything is the same everywhere (space, other planets, anywhere) then it should apply.
Animals wont out grow there cage, as long as it a cage can support its mature size. Meaning that if an animal has a cage that will fit its size when
it matures it wont out grow it. Planets are cages, cages that you can get out of, just not able to. Ok having said that let me give some everyday
1. Fish, If you get a Hammer head shark Put it in Lets say a 500 gallon tank, it will never out grow it. It matures at about 6 feet. So that 500
galllon tank will support that. But you say they grow to 14 feet, Ah but it wont, Why? because it would die. The basic instinct is live. Does the
shark think to do this? No, its simply to survive.
talking about bottom shark.
2. Reptiles, I know this one so well, I am a big reptile guy, I have lizards and snakes, I am going to us the snake for the example its easier. I have
a 7 Foot red tail boa in a cage its abot 75 gallons in size, Perfect size for her now and for every, she might gain another foot in length. Thats it,
She can get to 16 feet, but she three and mature. she will get thicker mut not much longer.
3. Dinos. It is proven that dinos with more room grew bigger. Raptors on one a big Island might be 8 foot tall, Ones one smaller Island might have
been 3 to 4.
I hope I have helped in a little.
[Edited on 13-3-2004 by SpittinCobra]