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We know that Thanos

killed half of the universe, but did he only kill advances lifeforms or simpler ones, too?

Is there any evidence or examples where Thanos cut the line between different lifeforms?

I think Thanos is a really consequent character, so it would be reasonable

to disintegrate half of all life.

There was a question (unfortunately I can't find it anymore), if the event affected half of the population of every planet, or the whole universe. So my follow-up question would be:

Did the event affect half of all lifeforms on a planet as a whole or only half of one specific species separately?

Note that on the latter case the chance that all humans die/live can vary much more, because only one litre of water contains millions (or billions) of animals, so the number of humans is insignificant.

marked as duplicate by Rebel-Scum, Buzz, Edlothiad, Bellatrix, amflare May 11 '18 at 16:37

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  • Feels like dupe. – Paulie_D May 11 '18 at 15:04
  • Probably - scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/186884/… – Paulie_D May 11 '18 at 15:05
  • Definitely a dupe. – Rebel-Scum May 11 '18 at 16:11
  • I don't see how this a dupe. The other question is asking about "higher order" beings and while it does talk about trees and things, it does not specifically address animals. While a complete answer may answer both questions, I see no such answer at this time. VTRO. – Skooba Jun 1 '18 at 12:22