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    Did you know that many animals of differing species and even genera can interbreed?  For instance, llamas, camels, and alpacas can mate to produce genetic hybrids, as also can lions, tigers, and leopards interbreed to produce hybrids within that gene pool, what the Bible calls a kind of animal, in modern scientific parlance, a syngameon of animal, an interbreeding group; this term, syngameon, much more to the point for classification purposes than Darwin’s now obviously meaningless term species, and corroborative of the notion of the genetic bottleneck at Noah’s Flood, when members of the respective syngameons (kinds) of animals, perhaps 20,000 of the breeding pairs, survived the Deluge to then move out into the post Deluge world, where the engine for the Ice Age was the warmer oceans because of the Fountains of the Great Deep which was the water source for Noah’s Flood (see chapter 9 of the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!), with the warmer oceans after the Flood having caused dense global cloudcover, for much more rain in the middle latitudes, and the snow blitz in the more extreme latitudes and high elevations, during the Ice Age.

    The Black Sea, where Europe and Asia meet, southwest of Russia, was a huge inland lake during the Ice Age, with bronze age building ruins of towns now on Black Sea floor, down to 300 feet below the surface (as noted by Robert Ballard), submerged when the world sea level rose when the Ice Age ended, to rise up the river which now is the Bosporus and Dardanelles strait (named after the greek Dardanus circa 1400 B.C.), entering the ice age Black Sea lake basin, to increase its depth by about 200 feet, after which, the added weight of the water in the Black Sea caused regional block faulting (as seen in Crimea and Turkey), which caused the basin’s sea bottom to drop another 100 feet, as explained in my documentary, Dark Secrets of the Black Sea, at the time when the rainfall around the Black Sea region rapidly diminished, as it did worldwide, when the “bronze” Ice Age ended, beginning circa 1500 B.C., when the Black Sea was connected to the risen world ocean, risen within about a hundred years, confirmed by submerged bronze age ruins found around the world (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins).

    In the documentary, Dark Secrets of the Black Sea, we note “ice age” animals with “bronze age” settlements, such as woolly mammoth tusks carved for tools in settlements near the northen Black Sea coast, associated with metallurgy and animal husbandry, bronze age activities, not of “cavemen circa 10000 B.C.,” when mainstream science says the Ice Age ended.  During the bronze age, which also was the Ice Age, (because the end of the Ice Age caused the catastrophic climate change and consumption of vast tracts of coastal lands by the sea level rise which caused mass migrations, famine, and warfare), the area around the Black Sea was much wetter, with warmer winters and cooler summers, because of the dense global cloudcover at that time, so animals such as elephants lived in southwest Russia, and even in the Arctic regions, because the warmer oceans for the Ice Age caused even the coastal arctic lands to be rich with vegetation, as the snow fell and stuck farther inland, away from the paradoxically warmer Arctic ocean during the Ice Age.

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