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science Rock Cycle - When picking rocks for hardscapes use Metamorphic rock, especially with water (so it doesn't leach anything into water) also important to know what type of rockscape animals may have evolved in. Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Experiments, Science Area, Science Notes, Steam Activities, Science Projects, Teaching Resources
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Identifying Rocks

ROCK IDENTIFICATION KEYS Mineral Identification Links that we used to identify minerals: The Rock Key Table of Contents and Information- Rock Key: A Dichotomous Key- ROCK ID- Follow the arrows and …

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The Geology of Time... - a grouped images picture

The Geology of Time... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Para una clase de Historia Natural and sadly us people are causing the mass extinction Earth Science, Science And Nature, Evolution, Prehistoric Creatures, Prehistory, Environmental Science, Natural History, Ecology, Anthropologie
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The World's Worst Mass Extinctions

History is riddled with massive die-offs. At times, 96% of Earth's species disappeared. Here's a look at the worst extinction events and what caused them.

Native American Tools and Artifacts

A Stekers - Burins of the A type, formed on the end of a blade by a coup de burin, the burin blow, without blunting first. Readers should note that some Dutch language terms for stone tools have entered the literature Native American Tools, Native American Artifacts, Native American History, Indian Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Stone Age Tools, Ancient History, Flint Knapping, Drawing
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Hamburgian site in the Netherlands - The Perdeck Collection

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Survival School: Guide to Making Survival Weapons for Wilderness Field Expedient Weighted Club

Field Expedient Weapons, Tools, and Equipment - Clubs

Describes how to construct weapons, tools, and equipment from readily available materials in a survival situation. Includes diagrams and pictures.

LeCroy arrowhead found in Sangamon County, Illinois. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

LeCroy arrowhead found in Sangamon County, Illinois. Personal find. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Variously known as "cupstones," "anvil stones," "pitted cobbles" and "nutting…

Variously known as "cupstones," "anvil stones" and "nutting stones," among other names, these artifacts are among the most com

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Native American ToolBox

163 best images about Grind stones: mortars & pestles, molcajetes .

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Tools Paleo Indians Used - Bing Images

Tools Paleo Indians Used - Bing Images

Pictures and descriptions of cooking stones, earth ovens and Dani tribe men and women heating cooking stones and cooking in an earth oven with heated stones.

Poverty Point Cooking Balls - Southern Illinois. This picture shows two examples of fire hardened clay cooking balls that are called Poverty Points. Poverty Points were named after the Poverty Point site in northeastern Louisiana and the late Archaic culture by the same name. These people are famous for using clay balls, that were made in several different shapes, to cook food. The clay balls were heated and as many as 200 were used in a pit for cooking food.

Fin-back ball club

Fin-back ball club

The discovery of ancient stone tools at an archaeological dig in Texas could push back the presence of humans in North America, perhaps by as much as years. Indian Artifacts, Native American Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, Native American History, Ancient Artifacts, American Indians, American Life, European History, Ancient Egyptian Art
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Archaeologists Uncover Oldest Settlement in North America

The discovery of ancient stone tools at an archaeological dig in Texas could push back the presence of humans in North America, perhaps by as much as 2,500 years.