While hunting for articles made up by creationists to debunk concerning their idiot beliefs on dinosaurs, I frequently came across this article from Ken Ham's idiot site entitled Dinosaur Pursuit?, which is made by an unknown author who wrote it in response to the findings of some additional tracks that were discovered in Glen Rose, Texas, in 1938 by Roland T. Bird (1899-1978) as part of the famous dinosaur trackway near the Paluxy River depicting a chase between an Allosaurid and a sauropod that took place about 113 million years ago.
According to the additional tracks, which Bird kept in his home until many years after his death, part of the famous trackway shows one carnosaur footprint right next to a dragging sauropod foot, indicating that the meat eater known as Acrocanthosaurus, who has been tracking the sauropod, has closed in, jumped up, and took a bite at the hip of what is believed to be Pleurocoelus (probably the same as Astrodon), the large sauropod it was chasing, causing it to dragged its clawed feet in the soft ground in a painful reaction to the inflicting bite. Then Acrocanthosaurus had to let go and back away before it gets swatted in retaliation by the dinosaur's long tail. Then it resumes its pursuit of the giant.
Back then, no one was willing to accept this part of the trackway because they couldn't believe that a giant cold-blooded reptile could actively jump up like what the tracks are indicating. People in Bird's time used to think that dinosaurs were sluggish, cold-blooded creatures that were just to slow, bulky, and clumsy to make such a leap like that, so why should they acknowledge Bird's unusual find? Concerned over the people's reaction, Bird had to keep his findings at home in a safe place until many years after his death. His family finally unveiled his findings to the world. Those findings were subsequently published in the December 1997 issue of Scientific American.
Not much found in the article. Most of the article is really no big deal until we get to the last part of the article where the author took a Bible verse (Job. 38:4) out of context and haughtily misused it to imply in the author's own words, “We weren’t there, so we can’t know for sure.” This article is made up to imply that creationists only demand an eyewitness account to every event evolutionists said to have happened in the past firsthand. They're not going to get it.
Instead, what they will get is hardcore, valid, physical evidence, which is really the true eyewitness to the world many eons past, that tells them that what happened did happened based on those evidence. Even if they did have an eyewitness they're looking for, they still will not believe. Instead, they will ignorantly cling to their image of God along with their paper idol they blindly believe to be an eyewitness account that's in fact a false and fictional eyewitness account of earth's history entirely made up in the mists of all the valid scientific evidence for the exact opposite.
The very last sentence states,
"The fossil record shows death and sin, so must have formed after Adam’s sin."
Thus, implying that the animals, along with people, begin sinning by killing each other right after Adam ate the apple. As bad as their reasoning is, Creationists never get it in their heads that the fossil record is void of what they think it's made up of. The fossil record is only made up of remains of plants and animals found rarely in sedimentary rocks after they've been buried there for millions of years, not the fictional death and sin imagined up by the creationists who thinks it's made up of only remains of organisms that have died a few thousand years ago as a result of the fictional World Wide Flood prior to a never ending venatio as shown in an arena during Ancient Roman times. Only a tiny few cases do we find remains and remnants of animals engaging in combat. Other than that, nothing more. Unlike humans, animals can't sin. They can't reason. They can't think for themselves like humans do. They are driven by instinct. They only kill to live. And most of all, animals are without souls, morally innocent, and have nothing to do with Adam's sin. Besides, all the death references in the Bible, including Romans 8, only apply to humans. Jesus only came to save only all human souls from their sins, not the souls of the animal kingdom because it's not there. Adam's sin only affects the human race and nothing else.