Hans-Georg Lundahl #fundie quora.com

I don’t think the classic age of dinosaurs was 75 to 110 million years in the past, but rather just before the Flood.

After the Flood, dino kind after dino kind would probably go extinct by human hunting (cryptozoology gives far more chances to meet a Sauropod or a Pterodactyl than a Stegosaur or Ancylosaur … OK, perhaps Stegosaurs survived as well … pictorial evidence).

In the case of pre-Flood atmosphere, it was probably richer in oxygen, so it would have required som getting used to. Obviously, the Ark served as a pressure chamber between pre-Flood and post-Flood world, while air pressure and oxygen content changed above the waters.



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