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POTD: Water World

POTD: Water World
April 26, 2016 Brian Truono
Along the shore of Lake Superior, the mottled red sandstone which gives Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore it’s name is some of the oldest stone in the region dating back nearly 1.6 billion years. During the last glacial period 14,000 years ago the Great Lakes were carved into the land by the retreating glaciers. Today these massive bodies of water make up the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth. View Print Options

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