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.
Science & Nature
Science & Nature Video Library
Views of the cliffs, canyons and rock formations that adorn Copperas Mountain.
Rustic paths,wooden bridges and scenic vistas characterize the experience of Fox Rock at Rowe Woods.
Water flows back and forth, over water-worn rocks,through a small stream at Halls Creek Woods State Park.
Water falls from cedar falls into a large pond at Hocking Hills State park.
Dense tree grown hides the flowing streams that send water over massive rock formations at Rockbridge State Preserve.
Green grass accentuates the Native American mound, which is shaped like a snake with an egg in its mouth.
Freshly cut green grass accentuates the Native American mound.
Water falls over the edge of a miniature waterfall creating slight river rapids at Sharon Woods State Park.
Greater Cincinnati hoped the worst of the flood was over, but the unforeseen happened on "Black Sunday".
Jack Ritzi was born during the '37 flood on the Friday before Black Sunday (January 24). His parents filmed the destruction caused by the flood right after the water receded.