It's a pitty Ron Wyatt did not live to see this. He could have brought some original parts down Mount Ararat that could be used in this reconstruction.
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Shall we check those figuresa. The Number of animals. Only air-breathing animals needed to be included on the Ark. Authorities on taxonomy estimate that there are less than 18,000 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians living in the world today. We might double this to allow for extinct species. This would gives us 36,000 species times 2, or 72,000 animals. Adding for the clean animals, we might say there were as many as 75,000 animals. Earlier we said there was room enough in the Ark for 125,000 sheep, but most animals are smaller than a common house cat. There appears to be plenty of space for the preservation of the animal life. However, some creationists believe there may have been far fewer animals if Noah only took on board pairs of "kinds" as the word is used in Genesis 1. God created these "kinds" with potential for rich genetic diversity. For instance, at the time of Christ there existed only two types of dogs. All the diversity we see in the modern breeds of dogs came from these two!
5,400 Species of Mammals
8,800–10,000 Species of Bird
8,225 Species of Reptile
6,000 Species of Amphibian
Total of 29,625 species of Mammal, Bird, Reptile and Amphibian
Of course some of these are sea dwelling so some reduction is appropriate there. No need to make room for many of the cetaceans but what of freshwater organisms, and land dwelling creatures outside of the chordates.
We haven't counted insects, arachnids, lice, slugs snails and worms.
Of course the ark on specifies animals - we have to ask how plants and fungi survived the deluge?
Don't forget the dinosaurs!
Why be so picky at 'well-explained' miracles Old Noah simply had a nice collection of carefully picked seeds. And fungi, lichen etc etc in pots and tubs and containers. And he must have had a clever system for ensuring all the required climate types too!
This (fairy)tale is so stupid that it is almost boring to make jokes about it...
Hang on I've sussed it.
900 years old, box shaped vessel with an apparent capacity far greater than its dimensions would suggest.
I wonder if Noah looked anything like this...