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Nature adapts, even to human actions that seem to
destroy everything.

The amazing power of evolution has given birth to a
new species of insect. Their ideal habitats are old
industrial locations.Some call them electrical insects,
others simply speak of a miraculous phenomenon,or
even better, a self supporting order;
The Order Electrus.


Added: Dec-27-2011 
By: Atheist
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Tags: The Order Electrus, microbia, insects, art, animation, evolution, mechanics
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  • That wont be far from the truth. The future belongs to the intellibots that will destroy humanity. And not a moment too soon IMO. Biomatons days are numbered.

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    • @OwenHiggins Nice phrase on your avatar.

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  • Welcome our new insect overlords!1!! :)

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  • That was fun, thanks.

    Voted.

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  • Reminds me of "Hallucigenia", an ancient fossil from the Burgess Shale. During the industrial revolution in Britain, smoke turned tree trunks dark and light coloured moths disappeared and were replaced with dark ones because to be dark gave a selective advantage against being picked off by birds.

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