Dinosaurs on the Ark?

Questions About Noah’s Ark

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Our full-size Ark near Cincinnati features dinosaurs alongside creatures you will recognize from zoos and even your own backyard. But how did Noah fit dinosaurs on the Ark?

Well, the average dinosaur was only about the size of a bison. Most weren’t the towering creatures we usually think of. But what about the ones that were really, really big, like T. rex . . . or brachiosaurus? Well, the biggest dinosaur egg uncovered was only about the size of a football, so all dinosaurs start out small. And God would have sent younger ones onto the Ark. This makes sense because younger ones could reproduce longer and fill the earth after the Flood.

Noah wouldn’t have had any trouble fitting dinosaurs on the Ark.

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