Actually, modern birds are the last survivors of the dinosaur line. Science is uncertain of what killed the rest of the dinosaurs.<quoted text>
Yes, there are extinct animals and plants. But like you said, every single dinosaur is gone, both large and small. Not just a few types.
I've already explained to you that some of the hominids did survive: 2 species of genus Pan, 2 species of genus Gorilla), 2 species of genus Pongo, and one species of genus Homo (humans). There was no catastrophic event that wiped out the others.<quoted text>
Was every single species of hominid incapable of surviving, after having lived and multiplied for millions of years? Or was there also a catastrophic occurrence that wiped every one of them out, but miraculously avoided wiping out primates and modern man?