Ice Age

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  • How did we get here? I just woke up in this arctic region.
  • Well at least I got to get out of math class.
  • Wow, we're so ice-olated.
  • I can see that we are in the middle of the ice age because Lake Erie isn’t here! It is just a huge valley covered with larges masses of ice. Due to the carving of the glaciers, the lake is being formed
  • Indeed. Lake Erie didn’t even exist during these times!
  • That's older than my grandpa!
  • We know that the Ice Age in Ohio started about 24,000 years ago and ended 14,000 years ago, so we must have traveled back a long time.
  • I can see the Illinoian and Wisconsin glaciers coming together. Those are the two glaciers that formed the Great Lakes.
  • We’re near where Lake Erie should be, let’s go check it out.
  • Isn’t this whole thing Lake Erie. It’s all Ice!
  • Woah there. I think I just saw wooly mammoth. You don’t see those around anymore.
  • Boom, roasted. That’s because animals from the ice age in ohio are different than animals from modern times. Because of the ice age, they either left ohio, or went extinct. We might even run into a mastodon or a ground sloth!
  • Sure you do, Henry is right over there.
  • I can see that the glaciers are sculpting the landscape.
  • As the ice melts, huge volumes of water is released, forming rivers like the Rocky River, valleys like the Cleveland Metroparks, and lakes like Lake Erie.
  • Whoa, what is happening! It’s like we’re in a time lapse and I can see the glacier slowly moving and melting. I think we are returning back to modern times again. It’s just like the Matrix.
  • That’s weird I don’t remember any of those rocks in Lake Erie.
  • That’s because many glacial deposits contain large boulders of igneous and metamorphic rocks not native to Ohio.
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