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Wild Humans (Homo Ferus) evolved from a group of surviving humans that no longer need Hi tech stuff or cities. They are similar to the long-extinct neanderthals in appearance, intelligence, and size.
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A male and female wild humans looking for food.

Evolution

Most humans go into space, due to the lack of resources on earth. Almost all remaining humans are carried away in giant space vessels, but not all humans left earth, some that stayed in earth adapted to survive in the wild rather than in cities, thus evolving into wild humans.

Biology

Unlike their ancestors, they have less intelligence than homo sapiens, they have broad noses to warm up the air they breath. They have the ability to create primitive stone tools.

Behavoir, Diet, Reproduction, Distribution

They are less social than their ancestors, living in groups less than about 24 individuals. Their favorite food are large and small animals, berries (they have stronger immune systems to even digest poisonous berries with no harm), fish, insects, and vegetables. They have a slower reproductive system than homo sapiens, with gestation period between 12 and 19 months, the baby wild Humans are cared by both their mothers and fathers, until they are about 12, 13, or 14 years old, when they will be old enough to protect themselves and take care for themselves. They can live to be more than 150 years old. They are found in forests and grasslands in Europe, Asia, and North America.

Religion

The Wild Humans still have some form a religion just like us today, only they worship the spirits of the nine elements, water, earth, air, fire, light, love, time, darkness, and twilight, all of which are females.

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