Dinosaurs on the Ark?

This is Ken Ham, hoping you’ll make plans to bring your family to our Ark Encounter.

At the Ark Encounter attraction, we feature several pairs of sculpted dinosaurs to depict how they were housed and cared for by Noah and his family. Wait—how could dinosaurs fit on the ark?

Well, the average dinosaur was only about the size of a bison. Most weren’t the towering giants we usually think of. But what about the ones that were really big, like T. rex? Well, the biggest dinosaur egg discovered so far is only about the size of a football, so all dinosaurs started out small. God would’ve sent younger ones onto the ark. This makes sense because younger dinosaurs could reproduce longer and fill the Earth after the flood.

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This post originally appeared at https://answersingenesis.org/media/audio/answers-with-ken-ham/volume-151/dinosaurs-on-ark/

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