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Which animal here is not mentioned in the bible?

Merseyman1 9 Oct 7
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Is it cockatrice?
I saw the answer after I posted but its disputed so, not sure I would agree. There are a few dinosaurs described in the Bible according to my past research.

Cockatrice - isiah 14

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Dinosaur
You can add, great apes, kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, buffalo, and pretty much any other animal not native to the place where the authors lived.

You're right, nowadays we know of lots of animal species not mentioned in the bible! And in the quiz of fifteen ...the dinosaur!

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opossum

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Now that the answer is below ,like to say thank you for posting all the references

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Leviathan - job 41
Dragon - revelation 12
Cherub - ezekiel 28:14
Satyr - Leviticus 4:24
Cockatrice - isiah 14
Giant - genesis 19:38
Satan - 1 Peter 5:8
Behemoth - Job 40:15
Dinosaur - THIS IS THE WINNER!
Demon - Mark 5
Talking snake - Genesis
Angel - Genesis 16:7
7 headed beast - genesis 41:5
Witch - deuteronomy 18:10
Unicorn - daniel 8:5

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Dinosaur

Winner!

@Merseyman1 winner winner, chicken dinner!!☺😂

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The Babble could not mention Dinosaurs as the word was only coined in 1841 by Sir Richard Owen.
Quite often before that the large skeletons were referred to as Behemoths or giants after those creatures mentioned in the bible.

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Unicorn? I did not read the bible 😅😁😁

Unicorn is actually mentioned in modern translations. However it is a mistranslation of one horned rhino. I think it was in the King James version that came it - folks in Britain wouldn't know what a one horned rhino was but unicorn was in common folklore so they went with it.

@prometheus thank you☺

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Dinosaur?

Oh come on, everyone knows Jesus loved dinosaurs and rode one into Jerusalem...

But yeah, with the caveat of the mistranslation of "Unicorn" I mentioned above, you're right IMO.

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