Watched: ‘Life After People’

3 weeks after people the royal corgies try to survive

3 weeks after people the royal corgies try to survive

I watched a very strange documentary on the History Channel the other night.  It was called ‘Life after people’.  I was watching episode 2 ‘Outbreak’.  It begins with the Royal corgies.  It’s 3 weeks after people (have all died) and those corgies are going wild!  with no one to feed them they are having to forage for food.  It takes them weeks to actually break out of Buckingham Palace!  In Britain, rabies has been eradicated – not so in America.  Domestic cats and dogs start to breed with feral animals and rabies are rife.

3 days after people the Chicago river begins to rise eventually flooding the whole city

3 days after people the Chicago river begins to rise eventually flooding the whole city

Buildings are collapsing all over the world, waters are rising.  50 years after people corgies have  mated and developed into wild beasts.  Vines growing up to 100 ft high envelop buildings, cloaking everything in a green blanket.  It’s all a bit depressing really, Thankfully we won’t be there to see it, so we don’t actually know what would happen  if we were all wiped out do we?  One things for sure though, Nature will always win in the end……

 

100 years after people in London Big Ben finally sinks to the ground

100 years after people in London Big Ben finally sinks to the ground

 Watch it HERE

Watch it and find out more about the series HERE

 

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2 Responses to “Watched: ‘Life After People’”

  1. my hobby travel to London but I can not

  2. Hope you do some day:)

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