The evolution of animals in landfills
May 8, 2011 1 Comment
I hope that evolution doesn’t exist. According to evolution new species emerge so that they are more fit to survive in their habitat.
But, there are over 50,000 landfills in the world. Landfills are one of the fastest growing habitats on earth. Everyday we lose about 216 square miles of forest habitat, but we gain about a square mile of landfill habitat.
I don’t want new animal species evolving out of these landfills. I don’t want there to be butterflies that have wings which look like coke cans, so that they can better hide from predators. I don’t want there to be skunks in the land fills which are much stinker so that they are better able to scare away predators who are already used to stinky smells all day long. I don’t want animals developing second tongues, so that they are better able to process nutrients off of plastic bags.
Here are three reasons I don’t want evolution to exist or new species of animals evolving out of landfills.
1. Difficult to Categorize – There would be a lot of new species false alarms where mutants would be mistaken for new species.
2. Exhibits at zoos – I don’t want there to be landfill animal exhibits at zoos.
3. Endangered species list – If the new species from the landfill ever become endangered I don’t want people trying to protect them or have people trying to preserve them.