Red Rock Presents Ice Age Mammals

Ice Age Mammals
Ice Age Mammals on display until August 31st
Ice Age Mammals
Ice Age Mammals on display until August 31st

RED ROCK – Take the family back to the Ice Age!  In Red Rock, at the Red Rock Marina Building, Ice Age Mammals is a presentation that boasts many real specimens including a full size cast of an adult mastodon skeleton. Beautiful large murals of ice age artwork by Yukon Paleoartist, George “Rinaldino” Teichmann, are recreated on fabric panels.

Ice Age Mammals

The 2,500 sq. ft. exhibition on Ice Age Mammals, is presented locally by the Township of Red Rock. This exhibition was produced by the Canadian Museum of Nature in partnership with the Montreal Science Centre, Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre and the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology . The exhibition shows research at fossil sites in the Yukon and in Canada’s High Arctic, from four million years ago (well before the beginning of the last glaciation) to 10,000 years ago.

It explores environmental change over time, human impact and theories behind the extinctions of certain mammal species.

Ice Age Mammals will remain at the Red Rock Marina Building and Interpretive Centre until August 31, 2013.

Ice Age Mammals in Red Rock
Visit Red Rock and unleash the inner paleontologist in your children, or yourself.

The Red Rock Marina building is located at 7 Park Road, on Red Rocks’ beautiful Lake Superior waterfront.

The buildings’ hours of operation are Tuesday – Sunday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm and Monday’s from 12:00 noon to 8:00 pm.

Admission prices

Children (0 – 3 years) FREE
Students (must show student card) $4.50
Seniors (65 +) $4.50
Adults $7.50
Family (2 adults, 2 or more children) $22

 This project was made possible by a Superior North CFDC Local Initiatives Contribution. The Local Initiatives Contribution program is funded by FedNor. 

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