Noah's Ark has collided with a 21st century problem, in the form of a Norwegian Coast Guard vessel, while being towed into an Oslo harbor.
According to Fox News, the steel Coast Guard ship punched a sizable hole into the side of the wooden ship when the ark ran into the moored patrol boat. No one was injured, and the Norwegian vessel only sustained damage to an onboard crane.
The 230-foot-long Noah's Ark replica was built by Dutch construction business owner Johan Huibers as a floating museum to share the truth of God's Word. The replica is not his to-scale, 410-foot-long ark that is floating across the Atlantic to visit Rio de Janeiro in time for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in August.
No animals were harmed in the collision.