“And the Ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat.”
The Ark landed on the mountains of Ararat (the Bible does not specify which actual mountain) in the region of Mt. Ararat in modern day Turkey. Many expeditions have searched for the Ark there. There isn’t any conclusive evidence of the Ark’s location, or survival. After all, it landed on the mountains about 4,500 years ago, and could easily have deteriorated or been destroyed.
Some creation scientists and Bible scholars believe the Ark could be preserved, perhaps to be providentially revealed at a future time as a reminder of the past judgment and the judgment to come.
Sign of Design: In Genesis 3:14 we read, “And the Lord God said unto the serpent... ‘upon your belly you shall go, and shall eat dust all the days of your life.’ ” Once again... the Bible has been shown to be accurate in minute detail. ...There is an organ in the roof of the snake’s mouth called “Jacobson’s organ.” This helps the snake to smell in addition to its nose. Its darting forked tongue samples bits of dust by picking them up on the points of the fork, which it presents to its matching pair of sensory organs inside its mouth. Once it has “smelt” them in this way, the tongue must be cleaned so the process can be repeated immediately. Therefore, serpents really do lick dust and eat it.