Animal Migration

Nov 26, 2021 | Blog | 0 comments

How did animals spread across the world after they left Noah’s Ark?

How did the kangaroos get from the Middle East to Australia? After the Flood, the animals left Noah’s Ark, spreading out and filling the Earth. Flying creatures could fly, but what about those that walked? Many could have floated on vast floating log debris left over from the Flood. Others could have been taken by people. One study has suggested that Australian dingoes descended from a single female domesticated dog from Southeast Asia. A third possible explanation is that animals could have crossed on land bridges. One land bridge from Asia to the Americas is over the Bering Straits. For such land bridges to exist, we would need the sea levels to be much lower. 

After the Flood, during the Ice Age, enormous amounts of water from the oceans would have been locked up in the great ice sheets.

This would then lower the sea levels around the world, creating land bridges. It is currently believed ocean levels were 200 – 300 feet lower during the Ice Age, exposing much more land above sea level and England would have been connected to Europe. 

Evidence bears this out because we find the remains of many Ice Age animals, such as the reindeer and hippopotamus, in southern England. A land bridge from Asia to Australia would have developed, allowing animals to migrate to Australia. When we view the world from the biblical perspective, there was a catastrophic world wide flood that caused the one and only Ice Age. This would have locked up great quantities of water on land, causing the sea level to drop and creating land bridges for animals and people to fill the Earth – just as God commanded.

(Source: Inspired Evidence –Michael Oard – Life in the Ice Age Master Books 1993 pp. 60)

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Recent posts:

Tornado

Have you ever seen or experienced the devastation of a tornado? Tornados also referred to as twisters are some of the most intriguing yet horrifying of all storms. These thin spinning tubes of air stretch from the clouds to the ground generating wind speeds of 100 to...

Give Thanks

Give Thanks

It’s easy to remember to give thanks at this time of year, but how do we continue to have a thankful heart throughout the year and even when things aren't going our way?  The Word of God says Christians need to maintain thankfulness as a part of sanctification.  “For...

Living Water

Living Water

In the spirit of being thankful, do you ever think about the blessing of having clean running water? Every day we drink it, cook with it, bathe in it and it helps our food and flowers grow. It’s used to fight fires, produce energy and recreational activities such as...

FREE REPORT: Five Facts the Bible Discovered Thousands of Years BEFORE Modern Science

Success! Check your email to get your free report.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This