As the specifics regarding their preservation were provided by God, it is logical that they would also survive the post-flood environment.

Therefore, according to this theory, the dinosaurs that were on board the ark probably did not go extinct from natural difficulties, but have instead either perished at man’s hand, or some may still be alive today.

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All accounts of the Great flood from civilizations around the world indicate that there were civilizations before the flood.

However, as a result of the destruction during the flood and the passage of time, the remaining evidence is scanty.

It is well known of Genesis 6, as mentioned previously on the mermaids, but this time, I further down to the period of the possible environment during the pre-biblical flood period.

According to the Bible, or the Tanakh, it is understood that during the Antediluvian Civilizations period, there were Nephilim who were more superior to humans like us, and these Nephilim possibly as mentioned in the bible as ‘sons of God’, and remember, the first book of the old testament to the first book of the Jewish Tanakh and the Christian Bible (which sons of God in the Bible before New Testament) was referring to fallen angels.

The estimated 140-pound stone was recovered in July 2000 from the bank of a creek that feeds the Paluxy River near Glen Rose, Texas, located about 53 miles south of Fort Worth.

The find was made just outside Dinosaur Valley State Park, a popular destination for tourists known for its well-preserved dinosaur tracks and other fossils.According to this interpretation, animals such as the dinosaurs are believed to have lived on the earth for 200 million years.It is thought they went extinct long before humans evolved because they are not typically found in the same layers of strata.However, according to the Biblical account of earth’s early history, God created all the land animals and humans on exactly the same day.The Bible also says there was a great devastating flood that covered the highest mountains by 20 feet, and was only survivable through divine intervention.In other words, the stone’s impressions indicate that the human stepped first, the dinosaur second.