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Are Dinosaurs Alive Today

Are dinosaurs alive today except they are much smaller because they don't live as long?

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 ---Jackie on 6/16/06
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people are so ignorant about the world we live on. The answer is Yes. Monitors in Australia. Komodo dragons on the isle of Komodo, Crocodiles, Alligators are all forms of Dinosaurs that have been around before man was created. they have not changed since their creation. oh what an ignorant world we live in when God's creatures in front of us are ignored as fiction. Man destroys God's creations through greed and ignorance, not nature. If men had their way, all animals would be extinct now.
---Lori on 8/10/07

There have been rumours for years that there might be a brontosaurus type creature living in Africa. As far am I`m aware, never been seen by a whiteman.
---mike8386 on 8/9/07

To Moderator, the tastes like chickens was kinda' a joke but there is as much evidence to that as to them being cold blooded reptilians. As for the kazillion years ago, some think there are fossilized foot/paw/claw prints next to man/person prints here today. I wonder if the person print is squashed under the big chicken print? There is a Christian Anthropologist in Pensacola, Fl that has some really good clues.

Moderator - Ken Hovind - Yes, I am viewing his DVDs right now.
---mikefl on 6/20/06

Dinosaurs died out during the Cretaceous period about 65 million years ago. Whats called an 'event horizon' -a layer of ash is found in the strata wordwide. Indeed there was a mass extinction. The primary cause of the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction is thought to be an asteroid impact in Yucatan, but there are a lot of other theories.To see live dinosaurs today one must come to Ca., and go to any California DMV.
---MikeM on 6/18/06

I did some further checking, using "feathered dinosaur" as the search term.

Many prestigious publications and learned societies believe the fossils uncovered in China to be genuine feathered dinosaurs--many more than those who dispute this.

One Chinese palentologist found ONE feathered dinosaur that may be a composite of several different animals (Sinosauropteryx).

Is this also true of the other 13 species found?


But again, all the evidence isn't in.
---Jack on 6/17/06

Present theory is that many dinosaurs were warm blooded. The porous bones (I can't think of the biological terms) are typical of warm-blooded creatures such as birds and mammals.

I googled "Currie bird fossil" and got nothing.
---Jack on 6/17/06

Dinosaurs and birds are not related. Other than having similar feet and wishbones, they couldn't be further apart. For example, explain the disparity of cold vs. warm (10 deg. above humans) blood, solid vs. hollow bones and sac vs. tubular lungs (Search "evolution-facts"). The China feathered dinosaur fossils, like the archaeopterix fossil before them, have since been shown to be fake (search Currie bird fossil).
---jerry6593 on 6/17/06

Absolutely ! ! ! and they taste like chicken.

Moderator - Why would you think today's dinosaurs are chickens?
---mikefl on 6/16/06

Dear Jackie and others interested--

For your infomration if you do a Google search on "Answers in Creation" (make sure you use the quotes, you will be directed to a very interesting resource dealing with this and related questions. I just found it myself.
---Jack on 6/16/06

Present paleobiological theory says that dinosaurs were more akin to birds than modern reptiles. Discovery of feathered dinosaurs in china and more careful examination of other fossils are consistent with this theory, if not proving it.

So according to this, your question is right in at least one sense: most birds live only a few years. Parrots are a notable exception.

Of course, there may be a new theory about dinosaurs tomorrow.
---Jack on 6/16/06

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