Ed Brayton reports on Conservapedia, set up by Creationist Andrew Schlafly because he didn’t like the “anti-Christian” bias of Wikipedia. Andrew Schlafly is the son of Phyllis Schlafly and legal counsel for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, which publishes bad science promoting a thimerosal autism link, as well as Rachel Carson was worse than Hitler stuff.
Commenter doctorgoo found this entry on the origins of the kangaroo:
Like all modern animals, modern kangaroos originated in the Middle East and are the descendants of the two founding members of the modern kangaroo baramin that were taken aboard Noah’s Ark prior to the Great Flood. It has not yet been determined whether kangaroos form a holobarmin with the wallaby, tree-kangaroo, wallaroo, pademelon and quokka, or if all these species are in fact apobaraminic or polybaraminic.
After the Flood, kangaroos bred from the Ark passengers migrated to Australia. There is debate whether this migration happened over land — as Australia was still for a time connected to the Middle East before the supercontinent of Pangea broke apart — or if they rafted on mats of vegetation torn up by the receding flood waters.
I thought that it was a parody, but Creationists really believe this stuff.
Update: Oops, Objective Ministries is a parody, but they are parodying genuine Creationists who think that kangaroos migrated to Australia from the Middle East after the flood. (Just follow the links to Ken Ham and the like from the Objective Ministries page.) So maybe the entry was created as a parody, but Schlafly, who seems to monitor changes quite closely, has accepted it.