Did you know there was an area in Kern County called Sharktooth Hill? This was news to me and I’ve lived here 20 years. Yup, there is a big pile of shark teeth somewhere around here. Apparently this is the dental wasteland of some ancient shark dentist and also apparently sharks do not take very good care of their teeth. They must have missed the health class in school. Get it fish…school? Huh? Sharks don’t swim in schools? They swim in pods, gams or shivers? Well the teacher truly has become the student today.
Anyway, there is this hill and if you use today’s deal you can find out all about it at the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History. As a matter of fact, a family of four can find out all about this for only $11 with today’s deal. Bringing knowledge to your entire, or at least some, of your family, this Sharktooth Hill thing is a big deal, people travel from all over the world to see it, study it and bask in its toothy-ness.
Buena Vista Museum of Natural History has the distinction of being the only museum in Central California with exhibits in Anthropology, Anatomy, Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Paleontology and a hands-on Science Discovery center all in one location. When you visit you will enjoy exhibits on local fossils, Native American artifacts, African, Asian and North American animal mounts. You will see gems, minerals, dinosaurs and more at this local museum.
So what have we learned today? Sharks travel in pods or gams. There is a hill in Kern County that is an important archaeological location that people travel from all over to witness. You can get a great deal on four family admissions to the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History with today's deal. Sharks do not floss and gams is old slang for a woman’s leg. Whew, it must be time for recess.