Scrilla Evolutionary Timeline

Timeline created by gagnety
  • 140

    original polar bear begginning of evolutionary changes

    original polar bear begginning of evolutionary changes
    starting point
  • 150

    50 million years after the human extinction, about a third of the ice in the artic has melted

    50 million years after the human extinction, about a third of the ice in the artic has melted
    This is the result from the humans burning fossil fuels really harping down on to the earth and the very begginning of the North and South Pole's axises switching
  • 160

    Polar Bear develops very large lungs in order to survive underwater for long periods of time.

    Polar Bear develops very large lungs in order to survive underwater for long periods of time.
    10 million years because of the change of Pakicetid to Ambulocetus took about 10 million years and this is a similar change
  • 165

    Polar Bear develops huge claws and ferocious teeth in order to tear their prey and for protection from predators

    5 million years because of the change from Ambulocetus to Rodhocetus took 5 million years and it developed larger teeth and bigger claws
  • 165

    killer whale

    killer whale
    The killer whale has a large impact because the Scrilla had to hide from it and eventually developed darker skin because the lighter skinned died out.
  • 166

    Kracken

    Kracken
    This creature moved slowly but was strong, the scrilla needed the sharpest teeth and the sharpest claws in order to take down this creature. It adapted and it happened.
  • 168

    The fur on the bear started to change into blubber and oil. in order to make swimming easier and quiter.

    The fur on the bear started to change into blubber and oil. in order to make swimming easier and quiter.
    3 million years because during the change from Pakicetid to Ambulocetus about a ⅓ way through the fur changed into blubber significantly.
  • 169

    The color of the blubber darkens in order to not be seen by other predators

    The color of the blubber darkens in order to not be seen by other predators
    600,000 years because POLAR BEARS evolved from a common ancestor shared with brown/grizzly bears (although they may have occasionally cross-bred with brown bears during interglacial warm spells of more recent times).
  • 170

    Tentacruel

    Tentacruel
    Tentacruel made scrilla evolve by swimming faster and having slick skin to have water run off. This allowed the scrilla to out run the tentacool
  • 180

    The polar bear reaches the coast of the U.S and moves back on land.

     The polar bear reaches the coast of the U.S and moves back on land.
    1 million years because heat helped drive human evolution, by showing that human evolution in East Africa has indeed been really hot and thus has lost the fur on their backs because of the intense heat
  • 181

    The climate in which the bear lives in has caused the bear to lose a lot of fur and have a light goat rather than a heavy coat because the ones with a heavy coat died because of overheating.

    The climate in which the bear lives in has caused the bear to lose a lot of fur and have a light goat rather than a heavy coat because the ones with a heavy coat died because of overheating.
    1 million years because heat helped drive human evolution, by showing that human evolution in East Africa has indeed been really hot and thus has lost the fur on their backs because of the intense heat.
  • 220

    aceviator have a large roll on the Scrilla's evolutionary changes

    This creature is the tastiest prey the scrilla has but it is difficult to catch. The scrilla has adpted by getting on hind legs and being able to jump fairly, then lately adapted by getting gliders for wings
  • 224

    The bear learned to get on its hind legs in order for to free its hands and reach taller spots for food.

    The bear learned to get on its hind legs in order for to free its hands and reach taller spots for food.
    43 million years because Bipedal specializations are found in Gibbons which were a part of the Hylobatidae family of fossils that evolved in from the Paleocene family, which was still on four legs, 43 million years that allowed the Gibbon to have a early stage in bipedealism
  • 225

    The hind legs got very strong in order to jump high in order to get prey and food in trees and flying creatures because the bears drove and ate almost all the other animals into extinction.

    The hind legs got very strong in order to jump high in order to get prey and food in trees and flying creatures because the bears drove and ate almost all the other animals into extinction.
    1 million years because the change from Homo habilis to Homo erectus has a distinct difference in strength in the leg and the vertical between them.
  • 240

    After years of jumping to prey on the aceviators that his blubber stretches out and connects to his arms which allows him to glide for short periods of time.

    After years of jumping to prey on the aceviators that his blubber stretches out and connects to his arms which allows him to glide for short periods of time.
    15 million years because the flying squirrel developed it’s gliders over 15 million years
  • 244

    Aceviators

    The Aceviators helped the scrilla adapt and evolve because they are the tastiest prey the Scrilla has but they are very difficult to catch. The Scrilla has gotton on it's hind legs and developed gliders in order to catch them in the air.
  • 250

    250 million years after human extinction all but some lonly ice burgs are left in the artic

    250 million years after human extinction all but some lonly ice burgs are left in the artic
    This is toward the end of the poles switching axises and green house gases have been on the rise because of the major increase of plants which uses photosynthesis