Kyleigh Pero, 13, left, of Graytown, Ohio, looks for fossils with her grandmother Sharon Pauwels of Toledo during the Annual Fossil Fest at Sylvania Historical Village. THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGTEnlarge
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Kyleigh Pero, 13, of Graytown, Ohio, looks for fossils with her grandmother, Sharon Pauwels of Toledo during the annual Fossil Fest at Sylvania Historical Village. The event included a dino egg hunt, a dino run, and displays and demonstrations by the Toledo Gem and Rockhound Club.
Ahmad Golladay, 2, gets splashed with water after he drops his fossil in a bucket of water while cleaning it. THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGTEnlarge
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Two-year-old Ahmad Golladay gets splashed with water after he drops his fossil in a bucket of water for cleaning.
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