The group professes to have found in 2007 and 2008 seven enormous wooden compartments covered at 13,000 feet (4,000 meters) above ocean level, close to the pinnacle of Mount Ararat. They came back to the site with a film group in October 2009.
Numerous Christians accept the mountain in Turkey is the last resting spot of Noah's ark, which the Bible says secured Noah, his family, and sets of each creature species on Earth during a heavenly downpour that cleared out the vast majority of humankind.
"The structure is divided into various spaces," said Noah's Ark Ministries International colleague Man-fai Yuen in an announcement. "We accept that the wooden structure we entered is a similar structure recorded in chronicled accounts. ... "
The group says radiocarbon-dated wood taken from the revelation site—whose area they're saving mystery for the present—shows the indicated ark is around 4,800 years of age, which matches generally with the hour of Noah's flood suggested by the Bible.