(1)Elephants and rhinos were not dinosaurs--in fact, your plate of fried chicken is a metric fuckload closer to the raptors in Jurassic park then they are.
Hint: Dinosaurs are still around even today, and they tend to look like this:
(2)You wouldn't have wanted to hang around a hungry carnosaur. Seriously.
(3)Does any animal alive on earth today eat "trees" with knives? Herbivorous dinos had short, peglike teeth for stripping leaves off of branches--they didn't chew them, they got them wet and swallowed the mass of leaves whole, so that their crop could start breaking them down. Carnivorous dinos had teeth like sharp, pointed steak knives to slice meat. They looked nothing alike and functioned nothing alike. An allosaur probably couldn't have eaten plant material even if it wanted.
(4) Wow--without even realizing it, you just said that an animal can give birth to another animal of a radically different species, which is just what you accuse "evolutionists" of believing, when all evolution states is that the frequency and type of genes within animals will change over generations, with corresponding phenotypic changes.
So you didn't just shoot yourself in the foot, you blasted your leg off at the knee with a shotgun and threw the severed limb into a woodchipper.
(5) The idea that some non-avian dinos might have given birth to live young is somewhat interesting, actually. But most of them likely didn't. Titanosaurs certainly didn't.
(6) You got the feather part right. I'll give you that.
(7) Some of them wandered the earth in herds, larger than the buffalo did before white settlers came. We have fossils. Lots and lots and lots and lots and LOTS of fossils. We have fossil trackways.
(8) Your Ark is impossible. They couldn't have cared for the animals--they didn't have the manpower or the time. And not only is there no evidence of your flood, your flood is impossible.
Physics says its impossible. A resevoir of that much water unground would be forced to the surface long before your flood, and it would be superheated. A vapor canopy as Morris described would turn this world into Venus 2. Even if all of the water fell as ice, it would be steam by the time it hit. Earth wouldn't have been cleansed by water, it would have been sterilized with live steam. And no evidence. None.
You can't make it work in reality unless the laws of physics did not exist in any form then. The story is allegorical.
(9) Plenty of dinos survived. Just not the quadrupeds. You've probably eaten some this week.
(10) Crocs aren't dinosaurs. Neither are gators or elephants or rhinos. They aren't--not everything big and grey is a fucking dinosaur, k?