DULUTH - Even more educational opportunities are now available at the Great Lakes Aquarium.
The aquarium debuted its new 'Fire, Ice and the Rise of Life' exhibit.
It showcases an adventure through time from the days of volcanoes and glaciers exploring the explosion of life in the waters that became the Great Lakes.
"It's been a really exciting opportunity with us to collaborate with local artists and to draw on the creativity and resources of our staff and scientific community to really weave a story of the evolution of life in the Great Lakes Basin," said Sarah Erickson, education director at the Great Lakes Aquarium.
Once the exhibit is complete, it will have an interactive shadow wall and a six foot fossil of a prehistoric turtle.