Explorers claim they found Noah’s Ark on top of mountain in Iran

By Alahna Kindred, The Sun

November 19, 2018 | 3:31pm | Updated

The Sulayman Mountain, also known as Taht-I-Suleiman Shutterstock

Noah’s Ark has been discovered on top of a mountain in Iran after petrified wooden beams were found on the summit, according to the latest conspiracy theories.

Researchers from the Bible Archaeology, Search & Exploration Institute claim there is strong evidence that the ship is on the mountain of Takht-e-Suleiman.

The BASE group says they found wood fragments at the 15,000-foot elevation and took the samples to be analyzed in a lab.

The lab found the fragments showed signs of petrified wood.

Furthermore, they found microscopic sea life in a rock sample, which is normally found at the bottom of the ocean.

The BASE group said: “The research and site survey being investigated by the BASE Institute has strong potential.”

“Is it the remains of Noah’s Ark? The BASE Institute does not make the claim that we have found Noah’s Ark. We’ll let you draw your own conclusions.”

Modal Trigger The Hereford Mappa MundiGetty Images

“In our opinion, it’s a candidate. The research continues.”

Noah’s Ark is one of the world’s greatest biblical mysteries as scientists have struggled to find evidence that the Great Flood even happened.

The story goes that God instructed Noah to build the Ark to save his family and the world’s animals from the Great Flood.

In September, a 700-year-old map appeared to reveal the location of Noah’s Ark.

The Mappa Mundi, in Hereford Cathedral, contains more than 500 ink drawings including amazing “evidence” for apparent locations of key biblical happenings.

The huge masterpiece is seen by many history scholars as one of the greatest surviving artworks of the Middle Ages.

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