Humans: When humans end, which creatures on earth will become the smartest?

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What if humans perish from the earth? Then which creatures would be more intelligent than humans? What are the creatures that can wear clothes? Can cook. Smartphones can be operated. Then you will be upset if you forget the password. Humans are the most intelligent animals among all the living beings on earth. But who will be next? Ever thought about it…let’s know what the experts say?

Molecular ecologist Martha Reiskind at North Carolina State University says that our understanding of modern gene sequencing and evolution can tell which organism will be the most intelligent on earth after the end of humans. Whose mind will be more developed? But with the help of current technologies, this prediction can be made only for a short time. Because it is difficult to say how which organism will develop in the long run.

Martha Reeskind says that climate change will continue even if humans suddenly end. Its effect will continue to affect many types of animals for many years. They will keep looking for new ways to avoid it and survive. Organisms living in winter areas will have to struggle more. Such as polar bears and penguins. They will live for a maximum of one thousand years.

Geologist and author Dougal Dixon, who wrote the book After Man: A Zoology of the Future, says that the future will be associated with the Concept of Convergence. This linkage is a process of evolutionary, i.e., sustainable development. Two different types of creatures will meet together to achieve the same intelligence. So that they can survive or survive or develop in a particular type of weather. For example, Polar Bears living in cold regions will form a relationship with Grizzly Bears to produce Pizzly Bears. So that they can live in both hot and cold areas.

Dougal Dixon says to try to understand the shape of the body of a fish, for example. It has a slim, torpedo-like body and fins for balance. The body has evolved to live underwater. Dolphins have also evolved similarly. But his blood is hot. She also breathes air. Like mammals take. Despite being fish, they have developed differently. They are more intelligent than other fish. Like many birds are intelligent.

According to the University of Manchester research, man is the only creature on earth that can build anything. Who can reason cognitively? He can build buildings, cities, roads. Can change the environment. But other organisms will have to work for several hundred years to develop this intelligence. They will have to work very hard in this work. But chimpanzee is the nearest creature of humans, which can learn this work soon.

Chimpanzees and bonobos are close ancestors of humans who can learn any task rapidly. They can even make machines and tools for their work in the forests. If humans end, then there is every possibility that these apes will take the place of humans and make Earth the Planet of the Apes.

According to a report published in the journal Nature, a time will come when the chimpanzee species will develop more than the species of humans. For example, the human species Homo sapiens overtook Neanderthal humans in terms of evolution 40 thousand years ago. That was the time of the Ice Age. Therefore chimpanzees may develop hundreds, thousands, or even millions of years from today, but this work will happen. They will make machines like humans. They will develop.

The ancestors of chimpanzees and modern humans were present on Earth 7 million years ago. Both are descended from the lineage of the same ancestor. But it is also possible that the way dinosaurs ended. In the same way, humans and chimpanzees in the future should also be completely destroyed in any sudden incident. What will happen then? Will crows evolve or some other bird?

The African Gray Parrot can learn and speak more than 100 words. Can understand easy maths. Even he understands the concept of zero. Some birds understand things by living in groups. Follow the rules of the group. Like other birds, they have been camping on the nests of weavers for centuries. But it doesn’t matter to them.