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A female ranger presents her talk with an iPad and a background display of skeletons of Miocene mammal fossils.

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Agate Fossil Beds National Monument preserves and interprets the Agate Bone Bed of Miocene mammal fossils, the Daemonelix burrow trace fossils of the Paleocaster land beaver, and the impressive James H. Cook collection of Lakota artifacts gifted to him by Chief Red Cloud and other Lakota tribe members during their friendship.

Each of these resources are an amazing opportunity for your students to connect a tangible resource to the standards-based curriculum.

Let our highly trained, knowledgeable and passionate education and interpretive rangers virtually bring the monument to your classroom! Contact us today to schedule a virtual field trip!

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    Last updated: May 12, 2024

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