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5 most popular TODAY.com videos in June

June was a month of change for TODAY. We said goodbye to beloved Meredith and Ann stepped up to become Matt's next co-anchor. Along the way, we met the man who's building a Noah's Ark replica and checked in on Charla Nash's amazing recovery.Here are the top five most popular TODAY videos last month.1. Biblical proportion: Dutch man replicates Noah’s ArkOn the banks of a small river in the Nether

June was a month of change for TODAY. We said goodbye to beloved Meredith and Ann stepped up to become Matt's next co-anchor. Along the way, we met the man who's building a Noah's Ark replica and checked in on Charla Nash's amazing recovery.

Here are the top five most popular TODAY videos last month.

1. Biblical proportion: Dutch man replicates Noah’s Ark

On the banks of a small river in the Netherlands, Johan Huibers has constructed a real-life Noah's Ark, built to biblical scale using the ancient measure of cubits – an arm’s length, elbow to fingertip. 

2. Chimp attack victim’s new face ‘looks fantastic’

In a TODAY exclusive, Charla Nash’s daughter and surgeon reveal that the victim of the horrific 2009 chimp attack has received the country’s first simultaneous face and hand transplant. NBC’s Jeff Rossen reports. 

3. Simmons, Tweed union ‘not looking good’

KISS! frontman Gene Simmons and his partner, former model Shannon Tweed, discuss their rocky long-term relationship, a main theme on the new season of their reality TV show “Family Jewels.” When asked about the future, Tweed says: “It’s not looking good.”

Several of Meredith's last day videos were among our top clips of the month. Here's one we feel is most representative of the show's big goodbye to her.

4. TODAY bids emotional farewell to Meredith

Matt Lauer, Al Roker, Ann Curry and Natalie Morales reflect on working with Meredith Vieira and wish her all the best.

5. Teacher who punched student: ‘I want my job back’

Florida schoolteacher Sandra Hadsock tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer that despite feeling “strung out there” by school officials after defending herself in a physical altercation with a student, she wants to return to teaching students that are “wonderful human beings.”

More of June's top videos:

With the ‘help of God,’ ‘love,’ Duggars thrive 

Testimony backfires on Anthony prosecutors

Bieber, Gomez too hot in Hawaii?

Pharmacist found guilty of shooting thief

Tornadoes tears through Massachusetts