After the flood, what happened to dinosauers?
Like many immigrants, the first thing they did when they got off the boat was to change their names, from "dinosauers" to "dinosaurs," which is easier to pronounce.
Next they went off to find places to quickly die off, so they wouldn't impede humans repopulating the Earth. I mean, they were so big, and humans so little, they could just squash them all over the place.
Their biggest challenge was how to die and imbed themselves into hundreds of feet of rock. Since it's physically impossible for sedimentary rock to form quickly, God intervened and made a miracle. So that humans in our own modern times would quarry down and find dinosaur bones where they would otherwise be impossible to appear.
Of course, lots of plants that no longer exist are also found with dinosaur fossils, so God killed them off too, to make a kind of funeral wreath for them. After all, God can do anything, right?
So God buried the dinosaurs deep in the rock, along with all the plants around them. Permitting the other animals Noah brought onto his Ark (which would have to have been larger than the biggest steel ship afloat today to accommodate all the terrestrial life on Earth today, since evolution doesn't exist, and all the animals we have today are the ones Noah saved), to spread across the Earth.
We must presume the kangaroos, koalas, and other animals in Australia were given lifts there by humans, since they could hardly swim there. It's even amazing that the little koalas, who are tree dwellers that walk on the ground very little, made it all the way from Turkey to Southeast Asia to then make the swim to Australia. They can only eat certain tree leaves which are not found along their route. Maybe Noah packed them a lunch bag.
Of course we're not sure what happened to the plant life, since Noah saved none of it. And it was underwater for more than 40 days, which would have killed most of it, as similar floods in modern times have demonstrated. No doubt God worked another miracle to restore the plant life. Even though not recorded in the Bible, we'll just assume that one on faith, OK?
So that's what happened to the dinosaurs. And if you live in Texas, that explanation will be appearing in your children's textbooks beginning next year.