Talk:Some dinosaurs breathed fire (Talk.Origins)
If dinosaurs could breathe fire, they would have adaptations around their mouths to protect their mouth and throat from flame. Nothing resembling such an adaptation has ever been seen.
What this comment tells me:
1. Even though evolutionists claim that no animals ever breathed fire, they claim to know what such an animal would look like.
2. Evolutionist must be able to detect design in nature, or they wouldn't be able to detect said "adaptations".
3. Having "adaptation" assumes that the animal was not designed for breathing fire, but was given this ability later. PrometheusX303 14:24, 23 June 2006 (CDT)
There's an interesting new school of thought that plesiosaurs were similar to electric eels in having necks designed to produce electricity.
--Jzyehoshua 12:46, 3 August 2014 (EDT)