If noah took two of every animals on the ark, how come he didn't take two of every plant!
For 1 reason only: GOD did not tell him to do so. The plants can take care of themselves because of the seeds in them being spread all over the land even if some of the plants did not survive the flood.
i don't think he would have needed to, seeds have a habit of being able to survive the wettest of conditions
Looking at the vegetation around the world today, its obvious that he didnt have too, because its still here.
because he never even built an ark. there is absolutely no evidence that this flood ever occured and science would have found evidence by now.
You can always grow more plants, but for animals that was a diiferent story.
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