Rise of the Planet of the Apes 1 (6).
Okay, relax and relax, this issue will continue to bring you the second part of the Rise of the Planet of the Apes series: Battle for the Dawn.
In the previous film, Caesar successfully led the ape revolt to escape into the forest and gain freedom, they knew that humans would not give up, but before they could take revenge, humans had ushered in their end.
Previously, one of Will's subordinates was infected with a genetic virus and transmitted it to Will's neighbor before he died, and this neighbor happened to be an aircraft captain, and before he realized that he was also infected, he went to work in the space company normally, bringing the virus to the world.
In just 10 years, 90% of the human race on Earth died from this plague. People call it the ape flu, and with the collapse of social order and the unrestrained morality of human nature, even humans who survive because of immunity will kill each other in order to plunder resources. War and chaos have swept the world, and this is the end of humanity. Compared with the collapse of human civilization step by step, apes are constantly evolving.
Deep in the forest, the rain poured down, and Caesar stood motionless on the treetops with the apes, quietly waiting for the best opportunity to hunt. Soon the scout apes came to report. A large herd of wild deer has entered the ambush site. Caesar, who heard the news, immediately ordered the apes to move as planned, and the apes drove the deer to the other side of the forest. Coba leads a group of apes that rotate between them to control the escape direction of the deer herd. The herd quickly fell down a steep slope, and some broke their legs and could not continue to escape, which was a great opportunity.
Seeing this, Caesar took his son Blue Pupil to check, but he suddenly found several deep claw marks on a tree, like the marks left by some kind of large carnivore. While Caesar was still meditating, Blue Pupil had already come to the wild deer with a spear, wanting to kill it directly and bring it back to the territory. But I never thought that a huge brown bear suddenly strung out of the bush and threw his blue eyes away.
Caesar heard the scream and hurriedly threw himself at the bear from behind, but was easily thrown down by the bear. Caesar knew that he was invincible and quickly shouted for his companions, and when he heard the call for help, Koba quickly rushed over. Then he jumped up and raised his spear and plunged it into the back of the big bear. The bear struggled on the ground a few times before losing his breath.
Caesar smiled at Koba to thank him, but the blue eyes next to him were sullen, he left 3 claw marks on his body, but what made him even more unacceptable was that as the son of the ape leader, he wanted to prove himself too much.
After the hunt, Caesar returned home with his prey and the army, a lair made of wood. The apes live happily here, comforting and encouraging each other. Orangutan Maurice became the teacher of the little orangutans, teaching them literacy and sign language, the first lesson was that apes cannot kill apes, suddenly a medical ape shouted Caesar, Caesar who heard the news quickly ran away, it turned out that his wife was about to give birth, Caesar stroked his wife's head to accompany her, and soon another son of Caesar was born.
Blue eyes also returned from outside, and Caesar hurried him to meet his new brother, and the family sat together and enjoyed themselves. In the evening, Maurice and Caesar sat on the sidelines and talked. Caesar sometimes thinks of Will, the human who raised him, but in these 10 years, neither of them has seen any humans, and both Caesar and Maurice feel that they may be extinct.