The article linked below shows a "curious exodus" of dinosaurs from Europe to all parts of the world. The article states: "Surprisingly, the research also showed that all connections between Europe and other continents during the Early Cretaceous period were out-going. That is, while dinosaur families were leaving Europe, no new families were migrating into Europe.". This leaves the study lead, Dr. Dunhill, confused and he states: "This is a curious result that has no concrete explanation. It might be a real migratory pattern or it may be an artifact of the incomplete and sporadic nature of the dinosaur fossil record".
However, this wouldn't be curious to a Bible believing person. Why? Because the Bible tells us after the Great Flood, the Ark came to rest on Mt. Ararat. While we don't know exactly where this would be, we know that it was probably somewhere in modern day Turkey, near Europe. All the kinds would have left the Ark and begun to spread out and, yes, that includes dinosaurs (the larger varieties must have been young and small). As this article points out, land bridges would have existed to allow for the different animals to reach other continents.
I think the main issue people struggle with here are long ages vs short ages. Traditional thinking says that the geologic column was laid down slowly over millions of years. Short ages says that The Flood rapidly deposited the layers over a short period of time. An example of rapid laying down of sediments can be seen in recent events such as the explosion at Mt. St. Helens.
Of course given that we are dealing with historical events, no one knows for sure how it all happened and I'm sure there are big gaps in my analysis above. Paleontology and Fossils are very susceptible to our preconceived assumptions, whether that be evolutionists or creationists.
Tour the links in the "More" section of this site to learn more about why evolution is not true and the observable science points towards a perfect original creation by God.
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