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Shark Tooth Hill- California’s Gold (9012)

Huell visits a massive archelogical site with millions of fossils dating from the Miocene Epoch, 15 million years ago. Kern County was once at the bottom of a huge sea filled with massive prehistoric sharks called megladons which were as big as city busses and fed on whales. Sharktooth Hill is literally covered with fossilized  Continue Reading »

Mining Museum-California’s Golden Parks (113)

Huell drops by the California State Mining and Mineral Museum in Mariposa to see our state’s official collection of more than 13,000 minerals, rocks, gems, historic artifacts and fossils. 2002

Cultural Center- Visiting (826)

Since it opened its doors in 1964, The Jurupa Mountains Cultural Center has provided family oriented programs in archaeology, geology, paleontology and earth sciences. As Huell takes a tour of this 104 acre site nestled in the foothills of the Jurupa Mountains in Riverside, he hunts for fossils, learns about composting and even takes an  Continue Reading »