My dream safari park is a safari park I dreamed about and wished it was real. I wanted it to be in Marysville, California, where I live in. If it was built, how long would my safari park last without people?
Life After People
1 second after people
1 day after people
Power grids fail.
2-6 days after people
All of my collection of large animals (such as pangolins, Indian rhinos, Sumatran rhinos, Javan rhinos, South American tapirs, Asian tapirs, Elephants, giant pandas, Asian black bears, sloth bears, spectacled bears, Cape buffaloes, wild Asian water buffaloes, gaurs, lemurs, macaques, baboons, bonobos, ostriches, flamingos, emus, rheas, cassowaries, pelicans, gannets, crocodiles, caimans, alligators, fossas, binturongs, hyenas, leopards, Bengal tigers, Siberian tigers, European bison, gemsboks, waterbucks, greater kudus, elands, wildebeests, yaks, zebras, and capybaras) had escaped from their cages, with some large animals breaking cages of smaller animals (letting out meerkats, gennets, Asian mongooses, African mongooses, iguanas, tegus, Nile monitors, water monitors, goannas, bullfrogs, chameleons, geckos, sugar gliders, platypuses, echidnas, nonnative whistling ducks, boas, hedgehogs, wallabies, koalas, wombats, Tasmanian devils, numbats, peccaries, African porcupines, stag beetles, rhinoceros beetles, and tuataras). They have all survived, at least for now. Will they survive in the post-human world?
100 years after people
My safari park is gone forever due to sunlight, wind, and rain.
1,000 years after people
The descendants of all of my collection of animals have survived. They have also spread to other parts of California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico. They now flourish in their new habitat.