Has Noahs ark been found buried under ice on Mt. Ararat?
Over a span of more than 150 years, there have been at least a hundred eyewitness accounts of people claiming to have seen an arklike structure high up on Mt. Ararat in eastern Turkey. But bringing convincing evidence to the fore has proved elusive. However, on April 25, 2010, a team of Chinese explorers from Hong Kong–based Noah’s Ark Ministries International (NAMI) along with Turkish climbers and authorities held a news conference in which they announced the discovery of what they believe are large sections of Noah’s ark found above the 13,000-foot level on Mt. Ararat. Yeung Wing-Cheung, a member of the NAMI team, says the wooden structure has several compartments, some of which may have been used to house animals. “It’s not 100 percent [sure] that it is Noah’s Ark, but we think it is 99.9 percent that this is it,” he told the press. They revealed photographs, film footage and wood specimens that, according to them, were dated by carbon-14 tests to 4,800 years ago. The film showed th