Fundamentals of space, time and evolution

So, last month I became aware of Noah's Ark in Bristol. Bristling slightly from the name, I wondered: "Is this going to be some fundamentalist creationist shit like in the USA?" The clue is in the name. The leaflet for it is... unclear. The website says its part of BIAZA and other respectable zoo things. But, there are some "no-traditional" views held by the owners, who do mention things at the zoo with religious connotations. Now I state immediately this does not make it a bad zoo, or mean that it doesn't treat animals well. Indeed, being part of BIAZA speaks well of its engagement with animal welfare and endangered animal breeding programs. So it took a little bit more digging to find what