On-Site At The Upper Pleistocene Sehoo Formation, Nevada

Here, the view is roughly northwest in the badlands developed in the Upper Pleistocene Sehoo Formation, which is approximately 24,000 to 13,000 years old. An eager fossil seeker searches for fossil freshwater mollusks in sediments of the Sehoo that mark a significant high water stand of a great Late Pleistocene lake.

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