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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

I.C.E. AGE Project opens to schools worldwide


Last updated 5/3/2018 at 11:46am

Tony Ault

Western Science Center Museum paleontologist and educator Bret Dooley stands in front of one of the panels made for students in Sao Paulo, Brazil's Colegio Elvira Brando high school, which participated in one of the first I.C.E. AGE Projects offered by the museum in Hemet.

The Western Science Center in Hemet, one of the leading archaeology and paleontology centers in the world, is introducing a new educational program. The I.C.E. AGE Project is open to schools worldwide. The project offers casts of Ice Age fossils, information and other educational services for students to learn all about the animals that once roamed the earth in the early Ice Age.

The work of the students, once completed and placed on project boards, will be reproduced and displayed at the museum and for the schools.

The I.C.E. AGE Project was the brainchild of Bret Dooley, Western Science C...

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