Where Did Dinosaurs Come From?


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Haider Imtiaz Profile
Haider Imtiaz answered
Evolutionists say so as to dinosaurs evolve more than millions of days. They visualize that single type of mammal gradually distorted in excess of extended period of era to turn out to be a dissimilar type of mammal. For example, they consider so as to amphibians distorted addicted to reptiles (as well as dinosaurs) by this regular procedure.

This would signify, of course, that there would contain be millions of creature throughout so as to moment that would be 'in among,' as amphibians evolve addicted to reptiles. Proof of these 'intermediary form,' as they are call, should be profuse. Though, a lot of relic expert acknowledge that not one indisputable intermediary shape stuck between several collection of creature and a new has been establish everywhere.

If dinosaurs evolve as of amphibians, there be supposed to be, for example, relic proof of nature that is fraction dinosaur and division somewhat as well. Though, in attendance is no evidence of this everywhere. In detail, if you depart addicted to several museums you will observe fossil of dinosaurs that are 100% dinosaur, not impressive in sandwiched between. There are no 25%, 50%, 75%, or still 99% dinosaur they are every one 100% dinosaur!
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nanna nanna answered
The Bible says that God made man and ALL the animals on the sixth day.

Did you know that dinosaurs are mentioned in the Bible. They aren't called dinosaurs but the behemoth and the leviathan. Its in the book of Job chapters 40 verse 15 - 24 and chapter 41 verses 1 - 10. Some version say they are an elephant or an alligator but if you remember the elephant's tail it is very small not like the tail of a cedar that the King James Bible says it is like. Then in verse 19 of chapter 41 it says the leviathan spits fire from its mouth, I know that alligators can't do that. Just thought you would like to know.

The term "dinosaur" was given in 1842 by Sir Richard Owen and derives from Greek word (deinos) "terrible, powerful, wondrous" (sauros) = "lizard". = Terrible, powerful, wondrous lizard.
It was Sir Richard Owen who found some of the first dinosaur fossils. They were teeth.
They were pretty big too. He studied many types of animals and was pretty sure that these teeth did not belong to any living animal today. He did however think it was similar to a lizards tooth. So he named the dinosaurs. This discovery caused many others to be curious and they to began looking for dinosaurs.
thanked the writer.
Anonymous commented
The leviathan is a serpent! Probably the same serpent that approached Eve in the garden (Isaiah 27:1) In Job 40 the Leviathan has a dominion God expresses ove the children that is prideful. Job 41:34 actually read the whole 41 the se being is only one none else is like him! Dinosaurs did exist but there definitely not the Leviathan. He stil exist and dinosaurs are extinc.

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