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Before Fullerton: The Prehistory of North Orange County
 

Before Fullerton: The Prehistory of North Orange County

Open to the public through May 8, 2011

Columbian Mammoth Femur and American Lion Skull

Courtesy of the County of Orange Paleontology Collection/Cal State Fullerton Cooper Center

For thousands of years before there were orange groves or railroads, the land known as Fullerton was a dynamic, ever-changing array of plants, animals, and people. Learn about prehistoric animals, suprisingly diverse ecosystems, and how early human residents made ise of the natural resources around them. Fossils, archeological artifacts, and historic maps and documents reveal this little-known story of the land we call home.

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