The debate "We are heading towards a world without animals" was started by
February 16, 2019, 6:28 am.
49 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 39 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
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As we progress into a post-scarcity world we'll shift our focus to more social and environmental sustainability issues. I expect this will happen before all non-mass produced animals are extinct so I doubt our world will be rid of animal variety
Eh, we will probably save the ones we really need like cows and chickens. However, it's still not really alright.
Actually the thing about that pug is something which is not related to this topic though these are related to some continuational variations of species or related to evolution...
WE ARE HEADING TOWARDS A WORLD WITHOUT ANIMALS
the animals are getting extinct as because of some environmental changes, deforestation,animal testing,and mainly because of HUMANS
Gorillas, leapords, tigers, elephants, sea turtle these animals including others are going extinct.
(although if you need a complete information about these animals that how are they going extinct the causes and all ....ask!
DEBATE ME PEOPLE
We arent heading to a world without animals but a world with different kinds of animals. Animals are inherently wild and enjoy the out doors. The pug is a good example, look back on a pugs ancestors and you'll see a great wolf hunting it's prey, not a fat little snorring dog like what you see now. Pugs are still cute though, but it's also sort of mirroring humanity and how we are becoming more soft over time
insects, mamillian rodents (mice/rats), etc will all be fine. maybe even prosper.
although big animals will be screwed. handful of survivors in zoos or labs.
ohkay...than what about the other classes and species
humans are animals