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Snoopy Rock
A predominant and recognizable red rock formation close to the town of Sedona, AZ at the base of the Crimson Cliffs. This distinguished landmark is a likenes...
Curriculum: Science
Grades: All
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Red Rocks of Sedona
About 320 million years ago, the area of Sedona lay under water in a sea, and the first layer of Sedona's rock formation came from the shells of sea creature...
Curriculum: Science, Geography
Grades: All
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Gray Sky Over Sedona
One of many beautiful rock formations around Sedona, AZ.
Curriculum: Science
Grades: All
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Courthouse Butte
One of many beautiful rock formations around Sedona, AZ.
Curriculum: Geography
Grades: All
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Cathedral Rock
One of many beautiful rock formations around Sedona, AZ.
Curriculum: Science
Grades: All
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Bell Rock
One of many beautiful rock formations around Sedona, AZ.
Curriculum: Geography
Grades: All
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Hanalei Valley Lookout
The Hanalei Valley Lookout, off Highway 56 in Hawaii, looks out over the Princeville Resort, a resort of 23 acres on Puu Poa Ridge high above Hanalei Bay.
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Deer
A deer is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. Male deer, like the one pictured, grow and shed new antlers each year. This is a picture of a m...
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Meadow
A meadow is a field vegetated by grassland . This is a picture of a meadow in Tahoe, California.
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Mammoth Hot Springs
The terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs located in Yellowstone National Park are one of the world's few active travertine (limestone) terraces.

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Curriculum: Science



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