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You scare me because you didn’t do the most cursory of research on penguins.

Although almost all penguin species are native to the Southern Hemisphere, they are not found only in cold climates, such as Antarctica. In fact, only a few species of penguin live so far south. Several species are found in the temperate zone, and one species, the Galápagos penguin, lives near the equator.

Armed with this information, then it is entirely possible that penguins could have lived near Noah.

Even if somehow ever one of those penguins got there how would the other species of penguins? Not every penguin is genetically the same because they’re labeled “penguins”.

All penguins have a common ancestor.

You want me to believe even the most northerly penguin species marched across an arid desert to hop on a boat?

How do you know it was an arid desert at that time?in fact, the Sahara used to be a lush and verdant land until weather patterns shifted and turned it into a desert wasteland.

That still doesn’t validate your idea that penguins traveled thousands of miles to ride in a boat. What’s next, kangaroos developed jet packs and flew all the way to the Sahara? Or did god pick them up by hand and drop them off along with the sugarplum fairies and wood sprites?

And what of the mammoths? Did they die off because they didn’t believe in god so he drowned them (along with thousands of humans), or did the mammoths die off because they existed before the earth was born only 4,000 years ago? OR are mammoths simply the devils work?

I’m sorry, you seem like a good person and I don’t want to put you down like this, but your defending a book of lies and fairy tales written by goat-herders who didn’t even know where the sun went at night.

I don’t know when the flood happened. I don’t know where penguins existed at that time and I don’t know what the prevailing weather patterns were at that time. I would say I just don’t have enough information to say one way or the other about any of these statements. So this is pretty much an inane conversation. I only replied that it is entirely possible that penguins existed NEAR the ark, not that they travelled thousands of miles. Stick to the original post.

So you admit you were just talking out your *ss the entire time?