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12000 BC: The Great Melt


The ice retreated and in its wake were marshlands, streams and forests teeming with wildlife and fish. Large beasts such as wooly mammoths, bears and bison would carve migratory paths through this newly minted wilderness. This fertile terrain would create more ecological diversity than any of the US National Parks, including Yosemite or Yellowstone.

Image Credit: Mauricio Antón. Reprinted with permission.
Restoration Credit: This image has been digitally repaired by Fine Print Design Studio.
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