In the Bible, if Noah's ark was real what did all the animals eat when they got off the boat? All the planets food was destroyed.?

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  • 8 months ago
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    It's a legend. Legends don't consider details

  • 8 months ago

    When Noah was commanded to take the animals into the ark, Jehovah told him: “As for you, take for yourself every sort of food that is eaten; and you must gather it to yourself, and it must serve as food for you and for them,” again seemingly having reference to food from the vegetable kingdom for the humans and the animals taken into the ark. (Ge 6:21) After the Flood, Jehovah allowed man to add flesh to his diet, saying: “Every moving animal that is alive may serve as food for you. As in the case of green vegetation, I do give it all to you. Only flesh with its soul​—its blood—​you must not eat.”​—Ge 9:3, 4.

  • 8 months ago

    The animals would have starved to death.  Besides how many animals would be able to walk on the side of a  wet mountain.  That story is no more true than the Adam and Eve story.

  • By the time the earth had dried enough for everyone and everything on the ark to disembark, new grasses and plants would have started to grow.

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  • 8 months ago

    obviously, they would have food stores, and the main consensus is that the majority of the animals experienced some sort of hibernation. Yet, the animals did not leave the ark until it was shown that vegetation had regrown and was capable of sustaining animal life when they left the ark. Just because the whole story was not required to be reported just the important facts to establish its validity.

  • Paul
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    Plants can survive a considerable amount of time underwater. It happens all the time.

  • 8 months ago

    They ate the vegetation that had had just under a year to get re-established. You really need to read the details in Genesis before posting questions. Read from the end of chapter 7 to 8 vs 17. All the water had long since drained away and the dove sent out earlier had come back with a fresh budding twig. 

  • 8 months ago

    why that would take a miracle.....now who do we know in the Miracle Business

    Without the miraculous intervention of God, none of this would have happened

    BTW  not all the plants died, as we see by the Olive Branch

  • 8 months ago

    What does that matter. The Lord provided for them, otherwise they would be dead.

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Not true. The dove brought an olive leaf freshly plucked long before they disembarked.

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