No dinosaurs are known to live in our world today. Even though there has been sightings of dinosaur-like creatures in remote jungle areas of the world. There has however been remains found of dinosaurs on every continent on Earth, even in the Antarctica region of the world. They seem to have died out suddenly, along with other species or kinds of animals. What happened to them?
Dozens of theories have tried to explain dinosaur extinction. Some sound like it could of happened that way, but others are pretty absurd, such as aliens came from outer space and killed all the dinosaurs or the mammals ate all the dinosaur eggs. But two of the most famous theories by scientists is that they believed at the end of the Cretaceous period some 65 million years ago a catastrophic event such as a giant asteroid smashing into the earth or a dramatic change in climate occurred killing all the dinosaurs. If an asteroid big enough to wipe out all the dinosaurs. wold not all the other animals such as mammals and amphibians been wiped out too. Or the climate change theories that involves either severe col;d or excessive heat. These fail as an explanation because these now extinct creatures would have likely migrated and survived in other parts of the globe that were less affected by the weather patterns. They also fail how dinosaur bones were fossilized. It takes rapid burial of sediments. What else could have caused the death and burial of billions of creatures. How about a global flood?
A flood of cataclysmic proportions was able to cause huge vast fossil graveyards of dinosaurs and other creatures. There has been discovery of these bone beds all over the world. The bones are tightly packed together and are powerful evidence for a global flood since the fossils they contain are buried in vast layers of sedimentary rock that was once watery mud. The dinosaurs are often found mixed together with a variety of other creatures, demonstrating that all these life forms died at the same time and were buried rapidly before they could decay or be scavenged.
Did you know that dinosaur tracts are found over 1,500 locations around the globe! Most of these footprints were made during the worldwide flood as the dinosaurs tried to outrun rising floodwaters and make their way to higher ground which was futile. This worldwide flood is recorded in the Bible, in the book of Genesis chapter six through eight. It was over a year long in duration and very powerful in which the whole Earth was flooded by water (II Peter 3:6) with lots of sediments to produce quick burial of animals and plants of all created kinds.