Originally Posted by NateR
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.
I was JUST about to dig for this information Nate - you beat me to it, thanks!
My question is: in all of these ANCIENT, HISTORICAL texts we see Dragons "breathing" fire.
If "dinosaurs" were previously known as "dragons" then why would we assume that the "fire" coming out of their mouths was just artistic liberty and not reality?