I love history and geography this is a great place to learn how the Earth works and over time how it has changed. You feel bad for all the animals that have perished because of getting stuck in the tar. Even the woman they found, not that im sick but would of been nice to see her on display like all the animals. Although not alot about her is said, just a small pic of how she may have looked and what tribe she belonged too. Looking into pit 91 is crazy how deep that pit is and that they are still finding animals in it.
Lots of kids about the day we went which is good to see, that even though its summer holidays they are still learning about the earth and that we need to respect it.
I have to wonder there are small closed off sections of the park where tar is starting to come throught the grass, im i right in thinking in many years time there may not be a Page Museum?? Its goin to be swallowed up by the tar too??
But amazing day out even if your learning.
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