Snelling debunks a host of non-geological arguments used against the global Genesis Flood in Part II.
He points out that Christian scholars are much too trusting of evolutionary/ uniformitarian interpretations and too critical of the straightforward biblical account of the Creation and Flood.
Part III ends by addressing the challenges of post-Flood animal dispersions—a difficult problem for both creationists and evolutionists.
There are a number of unique ways for animals to disperse.
Verses 9 and 10 may imply that the pre-Flood ocean consisted of interconnected bodies of water that were generally isolated from each other.