Are all dinosaurs extinct? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute!
Many species of dinosaurs have been discovered and classified over the years. Most of the reptiles we think of as “dinosaurs” belonged to the Archosauria or “ruling reptile” subclass. However, at least 21 species and seven subspecies of Archosauria continue to live to this day. The largest living group is the crocodiles. Most crocodiles grow to be larger than the average extinct dinosaur, which averaged about the size of a horse. Marine crocodiles found off the northern coast of Australia grow to over thirty feet in length – an accomplishment unmatched by most dinosaurs. Crocodiles help us to learn to see the extinct dinosaurs as part of God’s incredible creativity rather than as symbols of an ever-changing, ever-evolving world.
For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.