Monday, 11 March 2013

How Could Noah Fit All the Dinosaurs on the Ark?

Joel Kontinen

Many people assume that Noah’s ark was rather small and that most dinosaurs were huge. Actually, both assumptions are wrong.

The ark was a huge vessel, probably over 150 metres or almost 500 feet long. Many dinosaurs were rather small, only the size of a sheep.

However, some sauropods were enormous. Interestingly, research has suggested that they had a huge growth spurt in their adolescence. Noah had no reason to take the biggest dinosaurs on board, as God probably brought smaller (and younger) ones to him, as this brief video produced by Creation Ministries International suggests: