At the time of the dinosaurs, humans could have survived and competed with the dinosaurs?
Answer from: George K.:
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Could very well have survived. Dinosaurs were a lot sillier than today's mammals. A giant tranosaurus had a brain the size of a chicken's egg. And ancient people also hunted elephants and mammoths, far more intelligent and clever.
Answer from: Eternal S.:
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In the age of the dinosaurs, humans could not have survived, because at that time there were high concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air, critical for humans.
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- How much time separates the last dinosaurs from the first humans?
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- Did progmetadons live at the time of the dinosaurs?