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Falls of the Ohio, Jeffersonville IN, Apr 2009

The Falls of the Ohio are located on the Indiana side of the Ohio river across from Louisville. This is an Indiana state park. An interpretive center explains the significance of the area both historically and paleontologically. The falls were at their high point when I visited in April, I'll have to visit again this summer when I'll be able to get closer to the actual fossil beds here in the falls. These fossil beds are considered to be among the largest naturally occurring laterally exposed Devonian coral beds in the world. Over 300 species of fossils have been identified at the Falls, many of which are type specimens, being discovered and described from the Falls for the first time.

Stereo view primitive fish display at the visitor center[fish-stereo]
[Stereo] Stereo view primitive fish display at the visitor center[fish-stereo]

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[pan] View of the Falls of the Ohio from the visitor center