Hibernation, Migration and the Ark

11 Nov, 201914:28

The pygmy possum is an ‘opportunistic non-seasonal hibernator’. Their average prolonged hibernation lasts 310 days, with one of creatures reaching 367 days. It’s worth exploring just how this does or does not add to the apologetic arguments about the feasibility of the Flood account. It’s not surprising that as far back as the classic The Genesis Flood creationist authors have been suggesting that Ark animals may have entered a state of prolonged hibernation.

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✍️ Links and show notes

Original article: Hibernation, Migration and the Ark
Noah's Flood—why?
Moths navigating by the stars?
Noah’s Flood Covered the Whole Earth
The Global Flood—According to the New Testament
Noah’s Flood Questions and Answers
Genesis and Catastrophe

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