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Ken Adams (left), director and curator at the Fundy Geological Museum, talks at an archeological excavation site at Wassons Bluff.
PARRSBORO – About 30 people took part in the Fundy Geological Museum’s Curatorial Walk Sunday near Parrsboro.
Ken Adams, director and curator of the museum, led the walk along the Wassons Bluff, which contains “fossilized bones, teeth and coprolites representing crocodiles, reptiles, proto-mammals, fish and sharks, and plant eating and carnivorous dinosaurs.”
Adams led the group along the cliff base to an archeological excavation site, pointing out several fossils and geological formations along the way.
More photos of the walk can be seen on the slide show section at www.cumberlandnewnow.com