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Originally posted by dilapidated
its well known that animals adapt to their environments, and we have seen that different species will deal with the same problem in different ways.
is it possible that different animals perceive time differently. for example a small bird would live its life in what we would consider 'fast forward'
time is just an environmental condition so i don’t see why it would be different for different things.
and its something that can be used for evolutional advantage so obviously life would try and manipulate it. for example if an animal had to move quickly it could slow down its processes to emphasis effort or skill in action
Originally posted by TDawgRex
reply to post by dilapidated
I know that dogs have no time perception. If I went to the bathroom, my dog would wait outside the door and greet me as if I had been gone all day.