So, dinosaurs would have been created on day six, alongside man. When man and animals were first created, they were all vegetarians (Genesis 1:29-30). We don’t find the word "dinosaur" in the Bible. The word “dinosaur” was taken from two Greek words, meaning terrible lizard, by Sir Richard Owen in 1841, 230 years after the King James Version was translated.
In Job 41, God goes into great detail describing the behemoth and the leviathan, that sound just like dinosaurs. We also find the word "dragon" many times in the Old Testament, such as in Isaiah 43:20, Jeremiah 14:6, Isaiah 27:1, Psalm 74:13, and Isaiah 30:6. In each of these instances, you could substitute the word "dinosaur" for "dragon", and it would fit in very nicely.
There are many very old history books in libraries around the world that have detailed records of dragons and their encounters with people. Many of these descriptions of dragons fit with how modern scientists would describe dinosaurs.
Although secular scientists say that dinosaurs died out over 65 million years ago, there is evidence showing that dinosaurs aren’t as old as previously suggested. Thirteen years ago, paleontologist Mary Schweitzer found soft tissue and blood vessels in dinosaur fossils. In an article in National Geographic, Mary Schweitzer said:
"Finding these tissues in dinosaurs changes the way we think about fossilization, because our theories of how fossils are preserved don't allow for this [soft-tissue preservation]."
It’s interesting that she immediately decides that their idea of fossilization is wrong; not that the idea of 65 million years is wrong. This is because evolution is a belief system, and evolutionists will always be able to concoct an “answer”. Evolution is NOT science and it is NOT fact!