Noah’s Ark 11

Posted: July 16, 2015 in Noah's Ark
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Let’s read some archeological evidence that Noah’s flood killed and scrambled plants and animals from 
around the world.

The Love Bone Bed, located twelve miles west of Gainesville, Florida, has become known as one of the richest
fossil sites in North America.  From 1974 to 1981, this site has revealed over one hundred species of vertebras
(having a back bone), and over one million fossils.  This site has yielded both marine and land animal fossils, such
as extinct sharks, whales, alligators, turtles, snakes, rodents, raccoons, four species of wolves, a saber-tooth cat,
an elephant, two species of rhinoceroses, seven kinds of horses, a llama and three species of camels.

If these animals were quickly covered by a volcanic eruption, there would not be marine animals mixed with land
animals.  Also, there wouldn’t be animals from all parts of the world buried in one site.

This archeological site supports the idea of a great flood killing many marine animals and all of the 
land animals.  The mighty waves of the flood scrambled the animals, creating a fossil deposit of 
animals from all over the world.

Next week we will read about the Tar Pits of La Brea.

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.



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