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Every Primate Species Alive on Earth Today, and All Highly Sapient

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Question: Write a scenario where every species of primate such as non-human apes, living and recently extinct (including Gigantopithecus), extinct human species (including Homo erectus), monkeys, tarsiers, lemurs, bushbabies/galagos, lorises, angwantibos, and pottos were, not only all alive today, but also all sophonts/highly sapient like humans (Aka, Homo sapiens) and all had similar languages, cultures, religions, technologies, etc. Maybe all primates could try to form alliances and peace with each other, possibly coexisting peacefully with one another.

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In the world known as Prima Terra, the planet was teeming with primate life, humanoid and highly sapient. From the powerful Gigantopithecus to the lesser-known angwantibos, all primate species lived and thrived together, their mental capacities extended, akin to Homo sapiens. Each species formed its distinct communities, each laced with unique languages, cultural norms, technology development, and spiritual beliefs. Prima Terra was a place where each primate society exhibited a high degree of inter- and intra-species diplomacy. The Homo Erectus, renowned as the wisest among all species, emanate an aura of guidance. Though physically not as dominant as Gigantopithecus, their intellectual prowess positioned them as arbiters during inter-species conflicts. Gigantopithecus, the largest and strongest of all primates, were not just martial in nature but a fascinating combo of brawn and intellect. They were responsible for maintaining law and order among primates using their impressive strength, which was complemented by their discerning judgment and sense of fairness. The arboreal Tarsiers were deft climbers, their communities high among the trees and were the key watchers over the lands. The monkeys were often explorers and merchants, using their agility and craftiness to travel great distances, transport goods, and share information. Lemurs, lorises, bush babies, and pottos played essential roles in the world too. Lemurs were the night sentries, using their eyes to navigate in the low light; their role in nocturnal watchfulness was unparalleled. Lorises were flexible and agile, assigned the tasks of maintaining their homes and structures, often working in combination with the Gigantopithecus on heavy projects. Bush babies and pottos, due to their keen sense of hearing and night vision, were often messengers, carrying vital communications between communities at all times. Coexistence was integral; each species, each individual, contributed to the functioning of this combined society. Everyone respected each other's space, rights, and roles and worked together for the common good. Rituals, traditions, and cultural exchanges took place during the Great Alliances, where representatives from each species would gather. The rich tapestry of languages filled the air as diplomatic talks, information sharing, and celebrations marked these gatherings. Technology transfers were common, with shared knowledge helping all communities prosper equally. Their religions, while varying in form, shared a common tenet: respect for all life forms. Despite their biological make-up and differing physical features, these sophisticated primates learned to work together, forming a harmonious society. The mutual respect built amongst the species allowed a peaceful cohabitation unparalleled in any other world. Thus, in Prima Terra, a world where every primate achieved high sapience, the experience of existence was a symphony. A symphony of dialogues, shared knowledge, mutual growth, understanding, and harmony - truly a testament to the power of coexistence.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 18, 2023, 1:27 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, November 18, 2023

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