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Sukh Sidhu talks about the power of algae.
Gigantic mammals once roamed the freezing evergreen landscape of Ohio. How do we know? We have found their bones which have lain in Ohio's soil for thousands of years. What are those little strange looking shell-like rocks I find in the creek? They are the fossilized remains of animals that lived in the warm shallow sea that covered Ohio millions of years ago? What can we learn about the our state from the remains of the animals that once lived here? Join us on Ohio Rocks! Fossils and find out.
What was Ohio like during the Ice Age? Who or what lived here? What did the glaciers leave behind? How do glaciers move? Did a glacier cover my backyard? Learn the answers to these questions and more on Ohio Rocks! Ice Age.
Distant cliffs and green forests provide contrast to the rushing river and cracking canyon walls of Hach Otis State Preserve.
Stalactites and Stalagmites abound dripping mineral rich water through out the dark caves at Ohio Caverns.
Take your class on a tour of Ohio's geology. Learn how Ohio's geology formed and why it is unique.
Lake Erie crashes against the rocky shore as primitive daisies cling to the moss-covered cliffs above.
Parallel lines carved from glaciers and water flows adorn the floor and walls of Glacial Grooves State Memorial Park.
A thick forest with a slow moving stream flowing through it, as well as rock formations characterize John Bryan State Park.
Water flows from caverns and trees grow near moss covered caves in Mohican Sate Park.
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