When I was in High School, I was properly taught the doctrine of evolution. But having grown up in a Christian home, it caused me to wonder, if evolution was true, then why didn't the Bible talk about dinosaurs? Why was there no mention in the Book of Genesis about the hundreds of millions of years before man, when dinosaurs roamed the earth? I later found out that the problem was not with the Bible, but rather with the so called "science" behind evolution. I have come to believe the Bible, which would mean that man and dinosaurs lived together on the earth. After Noah's flood, the climatic changes could have lead to the dinosaurs demise. But for a time, they and man would have shared the Earth together.
In this passage, God introduces us to one of His wonderful creatures, "Behold now, Behemoth, which I made as well as you." (Job 40:15) It's unclear exactly what "Behemoth" was, but we know he was remarkable. God tells us that he was a herbivore. He had powerful legs and strong belly muscles and he had a tail like a cedar tree. Some have though Behemoth to be a hippopotamus, but God describes him much grander than a hippo, "He is the first of the ways of God." (Job 40:19) Where in the Bible are the dinosaurs? I believe one is right here.