Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Limestone Bridge, Sinkholes and an Underwater Petrified Forest

I've never been to Lake Huron or the Michigan Land Bridge. Apparantly scientists are now studying a discovery made in Lake Huron. There seems to be a limestone bridge spanning 125 miles, as well as an underwater petrified forest. The scientist's are dating the forest and trying to see how the land fit together thousands of years ago. The land then was apparantly filled with sinkholes.

A limestone bridge, sinkholes and an underwater petrified forest.

That I'd like to see.

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