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Two of each type of animals came to Noah ark.
Noah took clean and unclean animals because God told him to, and Noah had strong faith in God(Genesis 6:9 + 7:2). Noah used the 'clean' animals for the purpose of sacrifice to God(Genesis 8:20) (Leviticus 1:10)(Leviticus 1:14)(Leviticus 17:11)
How many types of animals eventually ended up on the ark is not mentioned in the Bible, but Noah took 2 of each 'unclean' animal, and 7 of each 'clean' animal and bird. (Genesis 7:1-5)
Moses didn't take any animals on the ark, Noah did.
Noah was instructed by god to build the arc to save the animals from the water he (god) was going to make. god told him to take 2 of every animal into the arc.God promised to keep noah,his family and the animals safe.When they were all inside the arc god closed the door! 2nd Answer: Good answer! If you read the bible, it says that God instructed Noah to take 7 of every 'clean' animal (edible) and 2 of every unclean animal (inedible).
Moses did not take any animals in the ark it was Noah who took them.
A male and female of every kind.
The bible says very clearly that the animals came to the arc of Noah , two by two. And Noah did not take any animal inside himself.
No. Every animal need its mate to replenish the Earth.Additional thought:This is only partially correct. If you read in the bible in Genesis 7:2, it mentions that Noah is to take the clean animals by 7's and the unclean by 2's. This gives the understanding that Noah and his family should be able to eat of the clean animals. Since only 2 are needed to replenish the earth, and one was required for sacrifice once he got off of the ark, there were 4 of each clean animal remaining. Not to mention the fact that Noah and his family were on the boat for over a year and there was a possibility that the animals would mate.Another thought:No. NO ONE on the ark ate ANY of the animals. According to Genesis 1:30/Genesis 6:21 ALL living things were vegetarian until AFTER the flood, at which time, Noah was told that meat was now included in the diet(Genesis 9:1-4).
The story of Noah's Ark is actually composed of two separate version of the same story, interwoven so as to appear to be the same, rather complex account.In one version, known as the Yahwist version, Noah took two of each unclean animal, but seven of each clean animal into the Ark. In the Priestly version, there was no distinction between clean and unclean animals, Noah simply took two of each kind, both clean and unclean.
Jewish tradition is that Noah did not seek the animal; rather, God caused them to come to him. Any species whose time had come to go extinct were not brought to Noah by God.
Zero Noah took animals onto the ark not moses!!
Noah took one male and one female of each clean type of air-breathing animal on the ark with him. Genesis 6:2 Of every clean beast thou shalt take to thee by sevens, the male and his female: and of beasts that are not clean by two, the male and his female. 3Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the male and the female; to keep seed alive upon the face of all the earth. It is 7:2 & 3.
None, because Adam wasn't on the Ark. Noah was on the ark. And Noah took two of every animal.
If he did have them on the ark, they no doubt flew aboard or hitched a ride on other animals.
According to Genesis 7:2-3 in the Bible, God told Noah to take seven pairs of two (the two being a male and a female) of every clean animal (those that were acceptable for food and for sacrifice) and just one pair (male and female) of all other animals to keep their kind alive on he earth.
We don't know exactly how many animals Noah had, but he was instructed to take two of each animal, male and female. The animals were sent to him to go into the ark.
7 of each clean animal 2 of each unlcean animal his wife and three songs and their families
None. It was Noah who had the ark. See the correct question below.
noah took a ravinne on the ark
Yes Noah took peacocks on the ark.
because cats are clean animals. and they don't take showers or baths so when they clean themselves they do it good so they won't have to again for a while.