The Pennsylvanian Period – The Age of Plants

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Fossils of the Coal Age are found in Indiana, Kentucky and surrounding states.  This presentation will describe why fossil plants are so abundant and the significance of the Pennsylvanian Period (315-298 million years ago) in the history of life.  Presented by Herb Miracle, who has been collecting fossil plants for many years.  This program is sponsored by the Mineral and Fossil Interest Club (MAFIC).  The program is open to the public and free with Interpretive Center Museum admission and $2 parking fee.

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