The eight of Noahs family escaped the flood the rest of mankind died.
No, according to the story the ship landed and everyone debarked safely.
the raven probably got drowned , and died.
There were two arks Noahs Ark and the ark of the covenant.
if he did not build the ark he and his family would drown.
Noah's Ark has never been found.
A total of eight people went on to the ark, they were Noah his wife, his three sons and their three wives.
The ark came to land on mount Ararat.
Noahs Ark was made out of gopher bark.
god is not real so noahs ark was not built.
40 days and 40 nights in the story of noahs ark it raind for 40 days !
the man who died after noah was john as mentioned in the story of noahs ark chaoter 18 in the bible
Yes, there were two of every animal on the ark. Including tigers.
The dove brought a olive branch to Noahs ark.
The resting place of the ark was mount Ararat in Turkey.
Noahs ark came to rest on mount Ararat.
This was different to Noahs ark. Here the ten commandments were kept.
The bible says that there was a raven and dove in the Ark.
it is never mentioned, the story of noahs ark is a fable, a story to explain a dramatic event that probally happened, ever played Chinese whispers because that's how stories used to be passed on
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The ark of the Lord is different from Noahs arc.The lords ark was carried by the priests and carried the ten commandments in it.
Noahs ark settled on a hill in Turkey called Ararat.
A pair of each animal went into Noahs ark.
The bible does not say which animal went first in the ark.
ARK - Act of Random KindnessGod wanted to make the word better, how do you make the word better? One Act of Random Kindness at a time.Noahs Ark was a story not to be taken literally but to be taken as an example that God wishes us to remain together through thick and thin and to work to accomplish something (the building of the ark) and that by doing this we can save ourselves from our destruction (the great "flood").