With the construction of huge cages comes the need to be able to move them around in the shop and eventually into the Ark itself. This is not a problem when you are blessed with people like the Lord has sent to work at Answers in Genesis. AiG’s production shop manager Chris Osborne showed Ethan McKeever a design he needed to have replicated and the next thing you know we are wheeling cages to a different part of the warehouse.
In the meantime, with the help of some temporary laborers and volunteers, we have begun assembling the hundreds of smaller cages that will line the different bay areas of the Ark.
Imagine the sights and sounds as one wanders through the interior of the Ark and the impression that it will make on the believer as well as the unbeliever! Guests will be able to see what it might have been like for Noah and his family as they lived on the Ark and took care of the animals. And like the Creation Museum, the Ark Encounter will point men of this ungodly world to Christ, the Savior of mankind!