How could, for example, wolf and cat evolve to walk in two legs, have fingers and the ability to speak, reason and build civilization?
- This works not only for these two species, but at least 12 (Such as deers, rabbits, rats, bears, etc)
- All of them are mammals
- The species "NORMALLY" cannot reproduce in between. Dogs and cats do not have offspring (but you guys can have a poetic license to break this a little. The point is: this would be very uncommon, like mutation or so)
- Still, there are animals on the planet
- No need to use Darwinian evolution.
OPTIONAL: Could not only mammals but a reptilian and an avian race as well to evolve as anthropomorphic alongside mammals?
I had already thought of an idea involving "chimeras" (not chimera exactly) where chimeras are rare and its random mutation caused by unknown reasons (too rare to measure) where a cat and a chimera wolf have an offspring with random anthropomorphic characteristics (it is chimera because it can reproduce with another anthromorphic species, not because he is mixed or something like that) This offspring could be a rabbit, for example. Yes, crazy if you want know, but it was the best hypothesis I've could create.