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What animal has had the greatest impact on mankind in the past 50 years?

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What animal has had the greatest impact on mankind in the past 50 years?


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  1. 1
    Mike H. says:

    After much debate between my wife and I, we are in agreement: Bugs Bunny, with Daffy Duck a close second

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    Chuck says:

    Here in Montana, if I didn't say cattle I would be shot. If you don't believe me just ask the wolves who are killing them at agreat rate. I hope Bugs Bunny doesn't take a strol thru here.

  3. 3
    John R. says:

    The 2-legged variety otherwise known as the "drug lord".

  4. 4
    richard says:

    I CAN ONLY SPEAK FOR MYSELF
    THERE ARE 3-THE DOGS I HAVE KNOWN HAVE THOUGHT ME LOYALTY AND LOVE-THE CATS I HAVE KNOWN THOUGHT ME STEALTH AND METAPHYSICS AND THE BIRDS I HAVE RAISED AND LOVED THOUGHT ME HOW TO SPEAK

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    Ben M says:

    The American bald eagle. Once we realized their numbers were in free-fall, and why, WE started to get "green" (or serious) about the world we were trashing. Our actions have made a significant impact all around he world, all because of one species of bird. (My second choice was Micky Mouse. Think about that little varmit on a world wide scale.)

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    Eric says:

    Chickens, I would say. Every diet and frugal cooking book proves it.

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    Ceaman says:

    The Horse without which we would still be walking everywhere



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