He commissioned a life-size model, which today would look like an alien from an old sci-fi show, with blue skin and big eyes. His theory is that the carnivorous dinosaur Troodon had an unusually large brain and that it is probably consistent with dinosaur evolution.|Human history under the Bodhi tree|When is the end of the world?|How hot will the Earth be?|”Dinosaur equivalents to crows, parrots or primates, with highly complex brains and problem-solving abilities could have evolved,” but Holtz doesn’t believe dinosaurs could have looked like humans. people.|”Human evolution’s path is really weird and involves hanging from trees etc… Dinosaurs have reached the point of bipedal walking and acquired hands in a much more rational form,” says Holtz.|”I don’t think you’ll find human-level intelligence,” says Naish.|“You can find big brained dinosaurs but they still look like dinosaurs…”|”Perhaps some of the smallest flightless dinosaurs were able to adapt to urban environments, evolving with people in cities.”|Giant flying dinosaurs may have once dominated the sky|IMAGE SOURCE,GETTY IMAGES|Take pictures,|Giant flying dinosaurs may have once dominated the sky|Assuming dinosaurs survived the past few hundred thousand years, and lived alongside humans, would they still be able to survive today?|The answer seems to be yes. But just as humans hunted down the mammoths and other large animal populations to extinction, our population growth and hunting technology would certainly have wiped out most of the dinosaurs when humans became extinct. We are spread all over the world.|”It is possible that the extinction event of the dinosaur population occurred in the Pleistocene when humans migrated from wherever in the world they once lived,” Holtz said.