This is a toy model of Noah’s Ark:
And the Creation Museum’s Ken Ham can’t stand it because it’s not real enough:
… when we allow children to think Noah’s Ark looked like one of these “bathtub Arks,” we are reinforcing the false idea that the account of the Ark was just a fairy tale.
We need instead to show children that Noah’s Ark was a real ship — a great ship — with plenty of room to fit the land animal kinds, and seaworthy to survive a global Flood. That’s why at Answers in Genesis and in our materials, we show Noah’s Ark according to the dimensions in the Bible and as a real seaworthy ship…
This is what Ham thinks is more accurate:
Because that’ll *totally* hold two of every kind of animal in the world… including dinosaurs.
Ham says the toy version will make children not take the Bible seriously… (but Answers in Genesis will? Please.)
In case you never saw it, Ricky Gervais does a hilarious takedown of the whole Noah’s Ark story: