286. The animals
The animals aren’t underdeveloped stupid humans. The animals are highly developed and clever animals. The animals are different from the humans in different ways.
The humans aren’t four‐legged animals, which have stood up and started to walk on their hind legs, and use their forelegs as arms, and their paws as hands. From a technical point of view, aren’t two legs something difficult to make. In some ways are four legs more developed than two legs.
Two‐legged creatures have moved around on Earth even from the dinosaurs’ time. Birds also have two legs for walking, and two wings for flying. For a bird it is usually more important to fly than to walk.
For example, by searching the Internet for a few minutes, I found out this: The world’s fastest land animal is the cheetah, with a supposed speed between 49.7 mph (80 km/h) and 80.8 mph (130 km/h). The cheetah can reach 49.7 mph (80 km/h) in three bounds; that is the same as in a moment. That is a highly developed creature with four legs.
For the cheetah the legs are very important. It hasn’t wings, but when it uses its legs to jump, I think that can be a little flight. The cheetah knows what it can do.
The animals are different highly developed and clever creatures in different ways. The humans have their ways of being. The animals have their other different ways of being.
December 6, 2020, David H. Hegg