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A quick drive over the Missouri River on The Discovery Bridge in Yankton, South Dakota. We're on highway 81 going from South Dakota into Nebraska. If you’re new, Subscribe! -- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Hot1047sf Go Here -- http://hot1047.com/ Like Us -- https://www.facebook.com/hot1047 Follow Us -- https://twitter.com/hot1047sf Get Our Newsletter -- http://hot1047.com/registration/
Enjoy this compilation of clips from the 2016 Madison South Dakota Discovery Day! This celebration included -A Mart In the Park -Live Music -Great Plains Zoo Mobile -Pizza Eating Contest -Bean Bag Tournament -Kids, 5k, 10k races -Bike Parade -Local Business Savings -Street Vendors -Business Booths -Trackless Train -Bumper Cars -SD National Guard -Free community swimming -Discount Golf Rates And MORE! Discover the Unexpected in Madison, South Dakota! http://www.chamberofmadisonsd.com/ http://www.cityofmadisonsd.com/ http://www.madisonsd.com/ Music - https://audiojungle.net/item/inspiring-event/15189799 Copyrights Purchased 8/4/2016 Wollmann Productions
A decade after the discovery of the oldest, largest and most complete tyrannosaurus rex fossil ever found, the t-rex named Sue made its debut in Chicago. The trip wasn’t an easy one from where Sue was discovered in South Dakota to her permanent home at Chicago’s Field Museum. With disputes over the land where Sue was found, it took an 18 month legal battle before the court awarded ownership. That same owner sold Sue at an auction where The Field Museum paid $7.6 million for the historic discovery in 1997. Three years later, on May 17, 2000, Sue made her worldwide debut.
The dramatic scenery of the Badlands draws visitors from around the world. Located in southwestern South Dakota, Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires surrounded by a mixed-grass prairie ecosystem. These striking geologic deposits contain one of the world's richest fossil beds. How did the Badlands form? Learn the geologic story and find out about the wildlife at Badlands in this video. Ancient mammals such as the rhino, horse, and saber-toothed cat once roamed here. In Badlands National Park, scientists have observed 39 mammal species, 9 reptile species, 6 amphibian species, 206 bird species, and 69 butterfly species. Four species of wildlife have been reintroduced into the Badlands since its establishment as a National Monument...
The Real Deadwood provides background and historical accuracy for the figures depicted on the hit HBO series, and takes a broader look at the times that spawned them. Covering law and order, politics, journalism, and early medicine, and examining some "historical guest stars" who may play a factor in future Deadwood episodes (Teddy Roosevelt was an acquaintance of series protagonist Seth Bullock and made several visits to the lawless town; Bullock turned away Wyatt Earp when he offered his services as a lawman)-The Real Deadwood will allow readers to traverse the unpaved streets of an outlaw town without ever getting their boots dirty.
Welcome to the discovery or at least the revelation of some of the coolest roads to drive in the United States. In this video, join me on my driving exploration of the Badlands located in South Dakota. Some of this video is sped up in order to keep the duration of the video below 15 minutes. Hope you enjoy the ride!
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Naturalist Nights 2017 | Stephanie Lukoski What was Snowmass like during the last interglacial period? As a result of the geologic and fossil data collected during the Snowmastodon excavation at the Ziegler Reservoir in 2010-11, scientists were able to reconstruct the ecosystem during the Sangamon interglacial period. Stephanie Lukowski of Snowmass Ice Age Discovery will take an in depth look at the geologic history of the Ziegler Reservoir and the fossil plants and animals featured in the paleoenvironmental reconstruction to explain how the past ecosystem changed in response to the climate of that time. Stephanie Lukowski grew up in the Chicago area, where as a high school student, she volunteered at the Field Museum of Natural History. She received her Bachelor’s degree in geology fro...