CLEVELAND - There is a new exhibit at the Rocky River Nature Center and it's all about bringing something fresh to visitors. The Rocky River Valley has a rich history with many of interesting stories. The exhibit's planners chose 3 of those stories to focus on. Starting with the most recent, they reconstructed a cabin from areas first settlers. It's a detailed display of the rough times throughout the 1830s.
But before settlers arrived, the area was dominated by local plants and wildlife. The new exhibit showcases everything from waterfalls and streams to birds and even live turtles.
Something else you can't miss is the Dunkelosteus or Dunk. This internationally famous fossil is on display along with a 20 foot long replica of what Dunk looked like. You can't miss this opportunity to get up close and personal that used to eat sharks for breakfast!
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