How does the bitcoin core protect against initial DNS seed changes?

How does the bitcoin core protect against initial DNS seed changes?

While the bitcoin network is essentially P2P, one still needs to identify an initial node to connect to. I understand that a method for such initial connections is connecting to known DNS seeds, e.g seed.bitcoin.sipa.be. If a malicious actor were to, hypothetically, redirect this “link” to a seed that points to a different network, where, for example, he has 51% majority, could any damage be caused by this ?