Where to Find Penguins in the Ark?
The Bible coherent that Noah had taken two of every animal into the ark. These animals include polar bears, penguins, and kangaroos — animals which today live in very different continents and ecosystems.
Diverse ecosystems did not exist before the flood when these animals lived in the ark. We can now find Penguins in the Southern Hemisphere, while polar bears live in the Northern Hemisphere. Kangaroos did not hop all the way from Australia to get on the ark. Some tropical animals can survive in colder climates, some birds or animals now live in the Polar Regions while they can also survive in warmer temperatures.
If penguins lived on the ark, there would be either one pair of penguin or two pairs of them. Now, there are up to 17 to 20 known species of penguin alive. Probably many more species of them are extinct. In Noah’s, variety in the animal kingdom it would’ve been less diverse.
The reason which justifies that there would only be two pairs of penguins is that the term used in Bible “Kind” differs from the word “species” used today, the word “species” as “variation in a kind.”
Penguin’s today vary from the original penguins that would have been on the ark. For penguins, it is the despite differences in coloration, size, and shapes.
Penguins do hunt and take resources from the waters; they still live out mainly on land. The Kairuku penguins which are mentioned in the ark used to eat Raw Mutton, Cooked Lamb Chop, Raw Prime Meat, Cooked Prime Meat, Raw Prime Fish Meat, Raw Meat, Cooked Meat, Raw Fish Meat, Cooked Prime Fish Meat, and Cooked Fish Meat on the ark.
A Final Word
According to the bible, Noah took two of every kind of animal on the Ark, so he must have taken penguins on board apart from polar bears, kangaroos, and others.