A group in Hialeah is going Biblical.
The Hidden Ark group began building a 500-foot wooden Noah’s Ark on the outskirts of Hialeah that will be both a zoo and a way to raise awareness about the current environmental changes.
“It’s a religious thing because it’s Noah and God teaches us to protect animals,” said Carolina Peralta who is part of the group, hiddenark.com.“You’re using Noah’s Ark to make a statement about helping animals and conserving our planet.”
The building of the ark is still in its beginning stages, but the blue prints posted on the group’s website show an area dedicated to the ark that will include a veterinarian laboratory, a petting area, stables, shops and a dining area.
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