Chemosynthetic Goldfish

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It was inevitable. After living in a world where only a few select people cared about how we were affecting our surroundings with our carelessness and inability to think of future generations, it’s all gone. Now, only a few species remain.
Hypotheses:
Sun Basking Shark: With the absence of fish in the sea, these sharks had to find a means to survive and that meant looking to the sun. These sharks were genetically modified by some of the last humans to have green fins that contained a significant amount of chlorophyll so they would be able to survive as long as the sun was around.
Chemosynthetic Goldfish: Also a production of the last humans, these fish were genetically engineered to produce food from the pollution that would eventually kill
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Their presence in the world keeps the population of Sun Bathing Sharks down and ensures the spread of Aquawheat to to new waters.
Aqua Wheat: With much of the world’s surface now being covered in filthy and polluted water, Aqua wheat had to adapt with the help of humans to live solely in the water. Scientists studied Algae and were able to give this new plant much of the same qualities as it, specifically the ability to strive in water. Aqua Humanoids play a large role in spreading it throughout the new world.
Terrestrial Humanoids: These homo sapien like creatures were a mistake. They’ve evolved to have four arms in a span of such a short amount of time because of radiation poisoning. These four arms allow these new humans to hunt their main source of nutrition, the Fuzzy Hamster or Cutus Pufiratus and the ever elusive and tasty Butter-Roach.
Tentacled Aqua Humanoids: These deformed humanoids are the unfortunate result of devolution and deformity. Living underwater and completely disconnected from one another by a lack of any communication (at least known to us), they swim around the ocean floor occasionally coming to the surface to feed on their only form of nutrition besides water, aqua
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They fear humanoids like their ancestor, the common house spider, and remain in hidden caves underwater when they’re not feeding. In the last days of a sustainable earth, scientists realized the large impact that spiders make on ecosystems and genetically modified them to grow quite large and develop fins to survive in the new world.
Green-haired rats: Despite attempts to completely eliminate the entire species from existence, rats lived into the new world. However, these new rats have evolved to absorb nutrients from the sun, meaning that it’s much harder to kill them with a lack of food and that as long as the sun is around, they’ll be around. No one on earth besides their main predator, the ten-legged flea likes them.
Parasitic Mosquitos: The creature that is the source of many nightmares for modern day humanoids. Much like the Green-haired rat, they serve no purpose on the planet and almost everyone would be better off if they all suddenly disappeared. It seems as though the end of the world couldn’t kill off one of the most obnoxious creatures on

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