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Corgis

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A corgi drinking from a toilet

2 weeks after people; Queen Elizabeth's corgis still roam the empty halls of Buckingham Palace, they survive by drinking toilet water and raiding the palace's kitchen as well as eating insects and rats there.

3 months after people; The corgis food supply in Buckingham Palace has run out, the corgis leave the palace and attempt to survive in the wild and to avoid rabies.

50 years after people; The corgis' descendants still prowl the outskirts of London but after breeding with other dogs their royal lineage has been erased and they are now unrecognizable as a breed. The corgis' descendants now look like wild hounds.

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