This volume discusses the existence of dinosaurs and why they became extinct.
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“If it is true some of the creatures previously thought to be dinosaurs were birds and mammals, and not reptiles at all, then the so-called ‘age of reptiles’ is nonsense. If in reality birds, reptiles and mammals were all present at the same time, this is excellent scientific evidence in favor of creationism: all the birds, reptiles, mammals and other kinds of creatures were created all at once.” (source)
“The theory that some dinosaurs may have been warm-blooded has been around for some years. Though there is a great deal of convincing evidence to support it, it is not generally accepted. Why not? Because it destroys the evolutionary myth of ‘the age of the reptiles,’ which does not allow for mammals to have yet evolved.” (source)
“The name dinosaur was coined by Sir Richard Owen in 1841 to be used in his address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science to describe an order of extinct giant reptiles. He derived it from two Greek words meaning terrible (deinos) and lizard or reptile (sauros).” (source)
“The evolutionary theory presupposes dinosaurs evolved into existence some 200 million years ago” (source)
“It was not until 1878 that another fossil find, this time in Belgium, made it possible to know what an iguanodon really looked like. There, in a coal mine, several dozen complete skeletons of iguanodons were found piled together.” (source)
Leigh Ann Leonard