Noah's Ark

What kind of bird did Noah take on the ark?


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2009-09-01 01:32:30
2009-09-01 01:32:30

noah took a ravinne on the ark

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Yes Noah took peacocks on the ark.

The first bird Noah let out was a raven, he then sent a dove.

A dove was the bird that was first released by Noah from the ark when the rain stopped falling according to the Bible

Two of each type of animals came to Noah ark.

None, because Adam wasn't on the Ark. Noah was on the ark. And Noah took two of every animal.

When Noah boarded the ark he was 600 years old. When Noah boarded the ark he was 600 years old. When Noah boarded the ark he was 600 years old.

One pair of each non-kosher kind, and seven pairs of each kosher kind.

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)

We do not know. We will have to ask Noah when we get to heaven.

There were eight persons in the ark in total. Noah and his wife and his three sons (Shem, Ham, and Japheth) and their wives. Noah thus took seven others with him.

Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth and their wives were on the ark.

It took Noah 100 yrs to build the ark as said in the bible I don't remember where but I read it in the bible

There was Noah, his wife, his three sons - Shem, Ham and Jepheth - and their wives. So in total there were 8 humans on the ark.

Noah took his three sons (Shem, Ham, and Japheth) on the ark. See Genesis 7:13.

If he did have them on the ark, they no doubt flew aboard or hitched a ride on other animals.

The pigeon returning to the ark of Noah was caring on his beak an olive leaf

There were 8 characters in the Noah ark, they were Noah his wife his three sons and their wifes.

Yes, Noah was in Noah's ark as told in the Bible.

The ark is a boat that Noah was on.

It took about 40 or 50 years to build the ark in Noah's day.

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