That man has progressed to this extent now in the world has to do with his capacity for imagination and indeed it is the given that man evolved through time on the strength of its imagination to the limit of treading on the moon. Now man has harnessed limitless powers, natural resources and has done something by and large unthinkable given the physiological stature if we make a fair comparison with his fellow animal beings in substance. Man is a frail and fragile animal; physically he is too weak, and in some cases some other animal species are shrewder than men, for instance dogs have the capacity for smelling and getting across the thing he is commanded to find. Yet today man has scaled such a height and gone thus far that his fellow animal beings are still dragging on evolutionally. But I wonder whether animals are also bestowed with the power of imagination the way their fellow human beings are. Man is creative by virtue of their imaginative powers or faculties and animals. Men have everything, live in skyscrapers, fly in the sky swifter than winged beings, take a sink in the deepest seabed, and scaled the greatest mountain ranges, tamed the wildest and fiercest brutes, harnessed natural forces. Today nature is at its commands save for some intermittent rowdies at times. Is it on the strength of its capacities for imaginations that man has gone thus far in imagination and animals are glued to their age-old positions? Is it a matter of degree that man is ahead of his fellow beings or they totally lack this potential? Has there been research? Are any monkeys or felines today are evolutionally better off or advanced than their ancestors millenniums ago? Is man the only creature in the history of the earth evolving and could harness natural forces and the rest were his slaves? I want all to share their views on this issue.