Were Dinosaurs on the Ark?
Dinosaurs must have been Ark passengers. Most dinosaur fossils were formed by the Flood, and God told Noah to take two of every land vertebrate alive before the Flood. There were far fewer dinosaur kinds than species or genera, and the average size of a full-grown dino was about the size of a bison/buffalo. But Noah probably boarded much smaller juveniles a year before their growth spurt.
The Ark had an equivalent volume of 340 semitrailers, so there was plenty of room for all the animals, water, and food.
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- Dinosaurs Q&A
- Noah’s Ark Questions and Answers
- How did all the animals fit on Noah’s Ark?
- Were dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark?
- How big were the dinosaurs, really?
- Refuting Noah’s ark critics
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