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* Disney also adapted the story in the 1933 ''WesternAnimation/SillySymphony'' "Father Noah's Ark".

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* The fifth ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'' film, ''The Mythical Ark: Adventures in Love & Happiness'', is about the goats having to get everyone into a big spaceship called the Ark in order to escape from a big flood affecting Goat Village. At least one of each animal needs to be in the ship to activate it, which becomes a problem when the goats need to find a snake, which they believe to be an extinct species, to activate it.


* Parodied in ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse''. The main characters are teleported to Golgafrinchan Ark Fleet Ship B. Which seems like a Ark, but is actually a trick to get its inhabitants off the planet.

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* Parodied in ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse''. The main characters are teleported to Golgafrinchan Ark Fleet Ship B. Which seems like a Ark, but is actually a trick to get its inhabitants off the planet.planet, as they were judged to basically be the useless third of the population, as they just cleaned phones and other minor tasks.



* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' Literature/PastDoctorAdventures novel ''City at World's End'' looks at the last surviving city of the planet Sarath as it attempts to construct a vast spaceship to take its population to the neighbouring planet Mirath before Sarath's moon crashes into the planet and destroys it. [[spoiler:In the end, construction issues and internal conflicts mean that only just over a thousand survivors can make it to Mirath out of a population of over eighty thousand]].



** In a WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E4TreehouseOfHorrorX episode]] spoofing Y2K, after Homer's blunder destroys all electronics on Earth the US govenerment sends two rockets off: one with the best of the best (Lisa is invited) and one which Homer & Bart sneak on to which is aimed directly at the sun.

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** In a WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS11E4TreehouseOfHorrorX episode]] spoofing Y2K, after Homer's blunder destroys all electronics on Earth the US govenerment sends two rockets off: one with the best of the best (Lisa is invited) and one which Homer & Bart sneak on to which is aimed directly at the sun.sun to dispose of the more useless members of the human race.

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* In ''Film/{{Downsizing}}'', it is discovered that [[spoiler: [[JustBeforeTheEnd the world will be destroyed in a few centuries and there is nothing anyone can do about it]], leading to a bunch of people evacuating to [[BeneathTheEarth an underground bunker.]]]]

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* In the [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] Radio science fiction series ''Radio/{{Earthsearch}} II'' the crew of a starship abandon it, and its evil computers, to colonise an Earthlike planet [[spoiler:which turns out to be EarthAllAlong]]. In an attempt to get the crew back the computers use its terraforming devices to melt the polar icecaps. The crew have to use their large shuttle (which is airtight so it can fly in outer space) as a floating ark to save some of the local flora and breeding pairs of the fauna.
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This is the Plot Trope about evacuating (or trying to evacuate) a large population of animals, people, or [[BreadEggsBreafedEggs people and animals]] in order to survive an impending disaster.

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This is the Plot Trope about evacuating (or trying to evacuate) a large population of animals, people, or [[BreadEggsBreafedEggs [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs people and animals]] in order to survive an impending disaster.


This is the Plot Trope about evacuating (or trying to evacuate) a large population of animals, people, or people and animals in order to survive an impending disaster.

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This is the Plot Trope about evacuating (or trying to evacuate) a large population of animals, people, or [[BreadEggsBreafedEggs people and animals animals]] in order to survive an impending disaster.

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* The 1959 Disney short ''WesternAnimation/NoahsArk'' tells the story of the TropeNamer. It is a rare example of a stop-motion Disney short film.

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* ''Film/JurassicWorldFallenKingdom'' starts off as this, with a plan to save as much dinosaurs as possible before the volcano destroys Isla Nublar. [[spoiler:Turns out the "rescuers" who brought Claire, Owen, Webb and Rodriguez in are mercenaries who just seek to save a few species for an AuctionOfEvil.]]


* ''Boner's Ark'', a gag-a-day strip about Captain Boner and the various animals on his ark. (Noah had it easy - Boner's ark was on the sea for 32 years, only reaching dry land in the final strip.)

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* ''Boner's Ark'', ''ComicStrip/BonersArk'', a gag-a-day strip about Captain Boner and the various animals on his ark. (Noah had it easy - Boner's ark was on the sea for 32 years, only reaching dry land in the final strip.)

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episodes "Daeson Heavy Industries, Parts 1 & 2": Stan has a crisis of faith when Steve shows him how unbelievable the Noah story is -- but when Stan learns that a ship big enough to house every animal has been constructed in Korea, he suddenly believes that he's being called to be the new Noah. Naturally his family tries to make him see reason, but the boat already has hundreds of animals on board. (They were being transferred from one zoo to anohter, but Stan had stopped listening by that point).

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* ''WebOriginal/DeepRise'': A subculture of Mi-go conquer the human race, pollute the entire world for the sake of gathering materials, then build a city-sized Ark to flee from the Royals, a race of mountain-sized OmnicidalManiac supergeniuses with more doomsday weapons than a Second-World dictatorship. Each. It gets worse as Royals are revealed to have colonized the entire galaxy, responding to human-sized life forms with ion beams and nukes, so they disassemble all secondary functions and flee further in a dinghy-Ark.
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* ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' had an episode where they see a bad omen in the sky that signals the world is gonna flood. They and a couple other characters try to build an ark, but end up failing. To top it all off, the "omen" they saw was actually a peanut shell stuck in the telescope.


The TropeNamer and TropeCodifier would be the story of Noah from Literature/TheBible, who was told by God to build an ark in order to preserve his family, seven of every "clean" animal (the extra were for sacrifices), and two of every "unclean" animal in order to be protected from the flood.

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The TropeNamer and TropeCodifier would be the story of Noah from Literature/TheBible, who was told by God to build an ark in order to preserve his family, seven of every "clean" animal (the extra were for sacrifices), and two of every "unclean" animal in order to be protected from the flood.
Flood that God planned to use to wipe out the earth as they knew it.


* In the seventh ''{{Animorphs}}'' book, [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien the Ellimist]] makes his first appearance by telling the main characters that they have no real chance to defeat the [[PuppeteerParasite Yeerks]]. While he's not allowed to interfere with the war, he offers to preserve Earth's life by transporting a portion of humanity, along with animals, to another planet. He even shows them a BadFuture of how things will go if they don't take his offer. [[spoiler:Said BadFuture actually helps them realize how to strike a major blow against the Yeerks, which was the Ellimist's plan all along]].

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* In the seventh ''{{Animorphs}}'' ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' book, [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien the Ellimist]] makes his first appearance by telling the main characters that they have no real chance to defeat the [[PuppeteerParasite Yeerks]]. While he's not allowed to interfere with the war, he offers to preserve Earth's life by transporting a portion of humanity, along with animals, to another planet. He even shows them a BadFuture of how things will go if they don't take his offer. [[spoiler:Said BadFuture actually helps them realize how to strike a major blow against the Yeerks, which was the Ellimist's plan all along]].

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