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I don't think any paleontologists have found evidence for the coexistence of some of the more spectacular dinosaurs and humans. However, the dinosaurs didn't all become extinct. Some of them evolved into birds, so, in a sense, you could say that they are still here.
Iím no apologist for the creationists, but Iím not sure they necessarily claim humans and dinosaurs coexisted, but that they were both were created, (clue in the title) , by an "intelligent designer", aka God, rather than came about by evolution.
What has facinated me is that every culture around the world has a dragon in its history. Including the Australian Aborigine
Australia has been home to the world's largest lizards, including the 16-foot-long giant (5 meters) called Megalania, once the world's largest terrestrial lizard but which died out some 40,000 years ago.
Aborigines have occupied Australia for at least forty thousand years.