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image Installation of glacial erratic boulders: Yvonne Addington, Brian Clopton Excavating and Axis Crane
 
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image A bronze plaque, interpreting the ice age erratic rock.
 
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image An artist's rendering of a Harlan’s Ground Sloth.
 
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image Harlan’s Ground Sloth sacrum and vertebrae on display at the Tualatin Heritage Center.
 
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image An exhibit featuring the Tualatin Mastodon tusk and molars.
 
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image The heritage center, located in a former church, houses an impressive collection of Native American artifacts, vintage photographs, and a permanent display about Tualatin's mastodon featuring its tusk and molars.
 
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image A nearby water feature at the park's playground.
 
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image Ki-a-Kuts Pedestrian Bridge, Tualatin Community Park.
 
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image An artist's rendering of a Harlan's Ground Sloth being attacked.
 
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image Be on the lookout for the interpretive exhibit on Ice Age sloths!
 
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image View the skeleton in person to get an idea of just how large it is!
 
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image Mastodon interactive play exhibit at the Library.
 
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image Night view of the Mastodon skeleton at the Tualatin Public Library.
 
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image Mastodon skeleton, entrance of Tualatin Public Library.
 
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image Learn more about Tualatin-area attractions at the kiosk.
 
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image Glacial erratics are embedded onsite.
 
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image Summer concert at The Commons.
 
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image One of the ArtWalk exhibits at The Commons.
 
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image Cast glass fountains are inspired by Tualatin’s Ice Age past.
 
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image Views of the lake near an Ice Age mosaic.
 
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image An archaeological team digging for Ice Age clues in Tualatin.
 
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image An artist's rendering of a mastodon taking a sip of water in an Ice-Age wetland.
 
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image Mastodon bones embedded in the ground.
 
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image The boardwalk offers a view of the Sherwood/Lake Oswego Fault.
 
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image Carried by floodwaters"and some catching a ride within icebergs"erratics and gravel were transported hundreds of miles.
 
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image Imagine the turbulent trip as an erratic trapped in a piece of ice, broken from a glacier hundreds of miles away, and carried along on tsunami sized wave of water as the flood gouges and scours the land " It comes to rest here in Tualatin.
 
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image These wetlands are in a channel created when Ice Age floodwaters scoured out a flood channel.
 
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image Notice how the river bends at this location? That's thanks to a large gravel deposits that force the waters of the Tualatin to take a detour around them.
 
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image Located near the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center, "I Wonder" provides a sense of scale of how large even a juvenile mastodon can be.
 
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image The bronze sculpture "I Wonder" draws crowds young and old alike.
 
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image Mastodon molars, along with other Ice Age megafauna is on display within Cabela's "Ice Cave."