Traces of Noah’s Ark have been found on a mountain according to researchers who believe it is the final resting place of the ship. Ark investigators believe they have found traces of a wooden structure on Mount Ararat, also known as Agri Mountain, in Agri, Turkey. American researcher Professor Paul Esprante said he intends finding more evidence to prove the Ark landed there. He was one of 108 scientists from Turkey and around the world speaking at the three-day International Symposium of

Mount Ararat and Noah’s Ark in Agri, which looks at evidence put forward for the Ark’s final resting place. He said: “My purpose is to visit the sites around the mountain to find clues about catastrophic events in the past. “I think that rigorous, serious scientific work is needed in the area, and I would like to collaborate in that. “We have technical resources and we can work together with local experts. READ MORE