1. Did Noah travel all over the world and collect anything you can imagine? How about leopard seals? Polar bears from the arctic? Kangaroos from Australia? Rockhopper penguins? Mountain goats from Colorado? Panda bears from China? How were these animals transported back to the ark? How did he even know these animals existed? 2. Did he know to check the Galapago Islands? 3. Did he return the animals to the Galapago's, or anywhere else for that manner, or did he just get off the boat and give the boot to the rockhopper penguins and tell them to find their own way home back to the ice, that they'll have to waddle back home through the desert themselves? 4. Were insects on the ark? All 10 million of them or so? 5. How did he keep meat used for eating from spoiling for that year that he was floating around? 6. How did he keep the animals from fighting and trying to eat each other? 7. How did he provide fresh water? The water he was floating on should have been salty. After the initial rain, he would have had no access to fresh water for a really, really long time. 8. While collecting the animals, did the animals try to fight him? I mean, did he have to wrestle any mountain lions? 9. Was the amount of animals and insects in existence back then the same as now? That's alot of critters. It would take hundreds of years, if that's even possible, to collect all the known critters, and we're finding new ones all the time. Assuming he found some animals, especially some with short life spans, there's a good chance that they would die before he could collect the others. What did those animals do while he was collecting the others? Did he run back to the ark every time he found some? 10. Do you think that the accounts of non-biblical history are correct by saying in reality only the Red Sea area was what flooded? 11. Last but not least, do you believe that Noah did this under his own power due to a command from God, or was there devine intervention, meaning that God did most of the work for him?