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Published: 9/22/2013 - Updated: 9 months ago


Fossil Fest in Sylvania

Adults and children alike took part in this year’s Fossil Fest, discovering creatures that roamed the earth millions of years ago. Trilobites, the state fossil of Ohio, and other fossils were discovered on Sunday in a mound of shale brought in by Hanson Aggregates Midwest. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Thomas Marok of Toledo Rock & Gem helps Sylvania resident Kaiden Levine, 5, search for fossils. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Thomas Marok of Toledo Rock & Gem helps Sylvania resident Kaiden Levine, 5, search for fossils.
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Berlin Township, Mich., resident Ann Toth, who came with her family, searches for fossils. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Berlin Township, Mich., resident Ann Toth, who came with her family, searches for fossils.
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Lambertville's Kiera Cole, 3, cleans a fossil she found. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lambertville's Kiera Cole, 3, cleans a fossil she found.
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Xander Harloff, 5, works with Dave Wysong during the annual Fossil Fest. The Toledoans were strangers who paired up to find fossils in the rock pile. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Xander Harloff, 5, works with Dave Wysong during the annual Fossil Fest. The Toledoans were strangers who paired up to ...
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Hundreds of kids got their hands dirty and wet as they clean their found fossils. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Hundreds of kids got their hands dirty and wet as they clean their found fossils.
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Sylvania resident Kaiden Levine, 5, bags a fossil he found. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sylvania resident Kaiden Levine, 5, bags a fossil he found.
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