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Smithsonian Museum Wows with Fossils Going Back Billions of Years

Smithsonian Museum Wows with Fossils Going Back Billions of Years

A remarkable fossils exhibition opens at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington on Saturday. Located in the newly restored fossil hall, it contains over 700 fossils, including dinosaurs, plants and insects going back billions of years. But as we hear from VOA’s Deborah Block, among these ancient remains is an underlying message about the future… and the importance of protecting the earth~VOA NEWS

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