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The Third Floor Bridge: Time Travel Made Beautiful

December 16, 2013

Originally posted on Research & Collections:

Photo of a depiction of Anomalocaris, an interesting creature from the Cambrian. Original artwork by Barbara Page. Photo by Trish Weaver.

Depiction of Anomalocaris, an interesting creature from the Cambrian. Original artwork by Barbara Page. Photo by Trish Weaver.

Greeting Blogophiles! Are you partial to the Paleozoic? Perhaps you are drawn to the Devonian, or maybe you are more moved by the Mesozoic and are crazy about the Cretaceous. Well, have I got a bridge for you… The third floor bridge between the Main Building and the NRC is now open and it’s about time. Walk with me, would ya?

Photo of a depiction of a Eurypterid fossil from the Silurian. Eurypterids were sea scorpions that probably didn't taste very good.  Original artwork by Barbara Page. Photo by Trish Weaver.

Depiction of a Eurypterid fossil from the Silurian. Eurypterids were sea scorpions that probably didn’t taste very good. Original artwork by Barbara Page. Photo by Trish Weaver.

While we’re walking, let’s do a bit of math shall we? If you were to walk from the Main Building (Nature Exploration Center) to the Nature Research Center via the third floor bridge, how long would it take you to get there (please show your work)?…

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  1. Linda permalink
    January 9, 2014 2:34 pm

    Love this bridge, it’s really cool!

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