Chat GPT saying "we humans"

In a conversation about the Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve
“however, choking and inhaling particles of food or water seems to be a problem more common in humans than other animals, isn´t it? Thus the problems I mentioned (the long nerve) might not even exist in giraffes and sauropodes”

Chat GPT Answer
Yes, you’re touching on an important point. Choking and aspiration (inhaling food, liquid, or other material into the lungs) do seem to be problems that are relatively more common in humans compared to many other animals. There are several reasons for this:

  1. Bipedal Posture: Humans are bipedal, meaning we walk on two legs. This evolutionary shift has influenced the structure of our head and neck, aligning our airway and esophagus in such a way that they intersect. The epiglottis covers the trachea (windpipe) when we swallow, preventing food from entering the lungs, but this system isn’t foolproof, leading to occasional choking incidents.

Have anyone noticed answers like this before?