4 days after people

They escape from zoos using their intelligence and now start to build platforms in trees.

2 Years after people

They now start to build platforms in ruins due to the plants growing there.

5 years after people

In central Miami, birds have taken up residence in the empty apartment and office buildings. Chimpanzees that have escaped from Miami's zoos follow the birds into the apartment and office buildings to eat their eggs. The chimps realize that they need to let some of the eggs survive in order to increase the food supply. They also chase away predators that may harm the birds, like cats.

50 years after people

This lifestyle introduces chimps to a primitive form of animal husbandry, something that was unique to humans. This may cause an evolutionary breakthrough to take place in chimpanzees.

200 years after people.

After 200 years, the former Miami and Tampa Zoo chimpanzees have relocated into the Florida Everglades now that most of the office and apartment buildings in Miami have collapsed. They now start to build platforms in trees.

205 years after people

They learn how to they can farm birds just like their human ancestors did. What the chimps have learned over the last two centuries could give them the building blocks they need to create a new civilization.

2 million years after people,

Chimps have spread all over the world. They have evolved into a Homo habilis- like creature. They have farmed the birds for their eggs and have discovored the art of breeding birds. Beacuse they still remember what humans did to them, they remain a primtive creature. They have evolved into Pan Homo. Pan Homo  is a desendent of Chimpanzees that fills the niches of humans. It eats bird eggs, plants, and meat. It has a similar lifesyle to early human farmers.

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