Millions of years ago, this Arizona desert was covered by the sea… something that’s slightly difficult for me to fathom. Just ask my husband –I bring this up almost every time we’re driving through that dry, desolate stretch of land between Phoenix & Tucson. So after months of bugging, I finally managed to get husband to accompany me to the Arizona Museum of Natural History, where I could go on some more about how Arizona was once undersea.
Flash flood time! These waterfalls inside the museum have timed flash floods.
Garfish –this is considered a living fossil (almost unchanged for the last 50 million years).