Some people believe that the Bible is not a scientifically exact book, and that it is only a “spiritual book,” that forgot about dinosaurs or describe them mistakenly. This is not the case.
God created dinosaurs, just as He created man. Evidence indicates that dinosaurs were wiped out by the flood. Did Noah take dinosaurs on the ark? The Bible tells us that Noah did what he was told, so that indicates that he did indeed bring dinosaurs on the ark. Some species of dinosaurs were quite aquatic, and would not have needed to ride on the ark. As for the others, Noah probably selected young dinosaurs. He would have done this for two reasons: young dinosaurs would be smaller, and thus more suited to life on the ark, and they would also present the best choices for being able to replicate after the flood. Why did they then die after the flood? Possibly due to the scarcity of the foods that were previously staple nutrients for the dinosaurs.
One of the oldest books of the Bible – Job – mentions creatures that were most likely dinosaurs. The book of Job was probably written around 2,000 years before Jesus was born. The Bible's best explanation of a dinosaur-like animal is recorded in Job chapter 40.
"Look at the behemoth, which I made along with you and which feeds on grass like an ox. What strength he has in his loins, what power in the muscles of his belly! His tail sways like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are close-knit. His bones are tubes of bronze, his limbs like rods of iron. He ranks first among the works of God..."(Job 40:15-19)
The behemoth was not afraid. They did not need to be; they were huge.Dinosaurs did exist. They did not progress over millions of years, though. They sprang all of a sudden onto the planet, possibly on the same day during which God created man. Dinosaurs became extinct almost as suddenly. Evolutionists who insist that dinosaurs evolved cannot support that claim, as there are no transitional forms (fossils that show one species changing to another) to submit into evidence.