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  1. #1 Earth with no humans 
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    What would the earth be like without humans and how long would it take for nature to relaim the land we took off it?


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    Why are you asking this in "Astronomy & Cosmology"?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Why are you asking this in "Astronomy & Cosmology"?
    Because i couldnt find one that was suitable, so just answer the question instead of wasting forum space
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    why are you so angry and hateful?
    nothing is more fun than joing a forum u h8
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    Quote Originally Posted by coatesman
    why are you so angry and hateful?
    what... *runs away*
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    Quote Originally Posted by manadude2
    What would the earth be like without humans and how long would it take for nature to relaim the land we took off it?
    Reclamation of urban areas by 'nature' would be accomplished within a hundred years or so. One thousand years would see mature (climax) growth and ecologies fully resestablished. Restoration of biodiversity to a level comparable with pre-humanity would take on the order of one million years.

    I've moved this to Biology. It is a biology question.
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