For the first time in the United States, the Cincinnati Museum Center brings to life some of the largest and most unusual dinosaurs ever to have lived.
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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.
Water sits placidly in the bog as low-lying grasses and plants grown near the shore at Triangle Bog State Park.
Views of the fossil beds along with close-up views of fossils at Caesar Creek State Park.
Views of large moss covered boulders in shaded forests along with the entrance to a cave at Conkles Hollow State Park.
The sun shines through the canopies of the forest giving light to many plants and rock formations in Flint Ridge State Memorial Park.
Solitary boulders sit embedded in the flat grass filled fields of Glacial Erratic.
Archaeological dig sites with gray gravel and rock formations give way for for fossils.
A cave system with caverns and rock formations at Hocking Hills State Park.