Originally Posted by Tyburn
There are many prehistoric animals, and many modern day reptilian lizards which would pass.
has anything ever breathed fire? I very, VERY much doubt it.
But a large flying Lizard...well of course.
As for Dinosaurs...thats well into backdated chronology, so I dont know whether it really existed in the way people claim.
Actually GOD described the Leviathon as being able to breathe fire:
Job 41: 18-21
18 His sneezings flash forth light,
And his eyes are like the eyelids of the morning.
19 Out of his mouth go burning lights;
Sparks of fire shoot out.
20 Smoke goes out of his nostrils,
As from a boiling pot and burning rushes.
21 His breath kindles coals,
And a flame goes out of his mouth.
So, yes, I do believe that some of the dinosaurs could breathe fire. Probably a similar organic mechanism as the bombardier beetle
. Of course, those organs wouldn't have been a part of the animal's skeletal structure, so they wouldn't have survived fossilization. However, GOD says it could breathe fire, so I believe it could breathe fire.