Dinosaur footprints are found in numerous locations around the world, on every continent. Typically they are found in strata that evolutionists identify as representing “dinosaur era” time, so their discovery isn’t surprising to them. Creationists, however, insist that fossil-bearing strata were primarily deposited during the great Flood of Noah’s day, and label the dinosaur fossils and footprint layers as coming from mid to late-flood episodes within that Flood.
A recent discovery of about 3,000 dinosaur tracks was announced from China. Here, tracks from creatures of several different species, sizes, lifestyles, and presumably habitats indicate they were all stampeding in the same direction. The researchers ask, “What were they all running from?” The carnivores couldn’t have been pursuing the herbivores, because the footprints are intermingled. And what was chasing the carnivores?
Author: Dr. John Morris