What if a woman had the strength of an ant? An ant can move with a stone 50 times its weight. In its place, a 55 kg woman could lift 2, 750 kg, equivalent to 3 small cars with 3 sumo wrestlers inside.
What if we grow like a crocodile? An adult crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) can weigh 1, 000 kg and be 6 meters long. Just out of the egg it is 25-30 cm long and weighs 70 g. If for a man 1.70 m tall and 70 kg were worth the same proportions, as a baby he would be 7 cm tall, and would weigh 3 grams
What if we had the same sprint as the cheetah? The cheetah can run at 32 m / sec (115 km / h) or 29 times its body length (1.1-1.5 m) per second. With these performances the man would run at over 183 km / h.
What if we walked fast like a beetle? The predator beetle Cicindela hudsoni travels 2.5 meters (or 125 times its length) per second. With these qualities, a man would walk at 212 m / sec: 763 km / h (instead of the usual 4.56 km / h).
What if we had the adhesive capabilities of spiders? Spiderwigs can remain glued to the ceiling even supporting a weight 173 times their own. If we had the same capacities, we could support, hanging from the ceiling, a heavy load up to 12 tons: as much as 8 cars of 1.5 tons each.
What if we had the same sense of smell as a dog? While man has 5 million olfactory cells, the dog has about 220 million. A hungry person can perceive the smell of freshly baked brioche up to 100 m away, if he had the dog's nose he would feel it almost 5 km away.
What if we had elephant ears? We would have pavilions 10 times larger. The ears of the African elephant are up to 4 m2 wide. In proportion, they are equivalent to 50% of its stature. With these same proportions, the ears of an 8-year-old, 1.25 m tall, would measure 63 centimeters!
What if we lived in a termite mound? Worker termites and soldiers measure 1.5 mm, and are able to construct buildings 6 m high that can hold 3-5 million individuals and have roads, tunnels, silos, dormitories, aqueducts. To succeed in the same enterprise, in proportion, the man should build a building as high as the Matterhorn: 4, 478 meters.
What if we had wings like a migratory bird? If man sprouted large wings, in proportion, like those of a howling albatross (3.50 m long, 25 cm wide, 0.88 m 2 of surface), in the picture, we would have wings 22.75 m long and wide 1.63 m.
What if we ate as much as pythons? An Indian python 7 m long and 90 kg heavy, he can eat a 135 kg antelope. If he could do the same, a 62 kg teenager would eat 424 Big Mac hamburgers at once (219 grams each x 424 = 93 kg, or 150% of his weight).