Creatures in the Bible-or are they

Torah Animal World is crammed with creatures mentioned in the Bible, but the collection is not complete. Alina Simone

Call it a mitzvah, but the museum found the funds to keep its doors open and keep bringing the bible to life — so to speak. Rabbi Shaul Shimon Deutsch is the creator of Torah Animal World, which is housed in a modest two-story rowhouse in Borough Park. The place is crammed with everything from an African elephant and an Arabian oryx to a dismembered giraffe.

Torah Animal World is crammed with creatures mentioned in the Bible, but the collection is not complete.
Credit:Alina Simone
III Kings,I Kings,speaks of ivory, or “[elephants‘] teeth”, as the Hebrew text puts it, imported from Ophir. In the post-exilian times, especially in the books of the Maccabees, elephants are frequently mentioned; they were an important element in the armies of the Seleucids.
Lists of animals in the Bible
Maccabees 6:43-46
Koalas are not mentioned in the Bible, except generally in the Creation Stories in Genesis;these cover all the living.
If this wee one is a Gopher then the tree named Gopher was the wood from which the Ark was made. Likewise, like the Koala, its existence is covered by the general creation stories.
The ostrich, the short-eared owl, the sea gull, and the hawk after its kind; (Leviticus 11:16 NKJV)
In the Bible frogs are mentioned in two contexts: in Exodus 8 as the second plague and in Revelation 16 where evil spirits look like frogs. In Exodus, the Lord is freeing His people from Egypt.
Frogs in the Bible[Marks Study]

There is no definite record of Zebras in the Bible, except by default of Genesis;however the following article may or may not answer the question.http://defendingthenwt.blogspot.com/2010/12/gen-1612-he-will-become-zebra-of-man.html

And we mustn’t forget the eagle
In the Bible, Isaiah 40:30 says
“They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, and they shall walk and not faint.” The eagle is mentioned in the Bible 34 times.

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