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Students Dig Their Hands into History

Students Dig Their Hands into History



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(KSL News) Young Utah students got a prehistoric history lesson, today.

The Utah Museum of Natural History kicked off its Museum on the Move for the 13th year.

The program allows thousands of students to dig their hands into history and become a scientist for a while. They analyze fossils and learn about other natural discoveries.

Students Dig Their Hands into History

The tour stopped at Santaquin Elementary today.

Museum workers will try to visit every elementary school in the state this year.

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