Welcome to the "ChatGPT responds to The Book of What If...?" series where we asked ChatGPT and DALLE to generate responses to questions from The Book of What If...?
Imagine a world where dinosaurs never went extinct. It's hard to even fathom, but it's a possibility that we must consider. Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for millions of years before they eventually went extinct, and they were the dominant group of large animals on the planet. They lived in all sorts of different environments, from the cold polar regions to the hot desert.
But what if they hadn't gone extinct? The world would be a very different place. For starters, dinosaurs would still be the dominant group of large animals on Earth. This means that other animals would have to adapt to them, rather than the other way around. Today, mammals like humans, elephants, and bears are some of the biggest and most powerful animals on the planet. But if dinosaurs were still around, they would have held onto that title.
Furthermore, the evolution of mammals and the development of human civilization as we know it may not have occurred if dinosaurs hadn't gone extinct. After the dinosaurs went extinct, the mammals that were left had a chance to evolve and become more complex, which eventually led to the development of human beings. But if dinosaurs were still around, they might have kept the mammals from evolving and becoming as advanced as they are today.
In short, if dinosaurs hadn't gone extinct, the world would be a very different place and we might not be here today. It's hard to say exactly what the world would look like, but one thing is for certain: it would be a world that we can't even begin to imagine.
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