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Ice Ages

A The Fact Detectives episode. Weekdays at 7am and Weekends at 1pm

Fri 31 January 2020

Was the earth once a giant snowball? Were there really volcanoes that erupted for MILLIONS of years? And were there really waves as high as skyscrapers?! 

In this episode The Fact Detectives find out the cold hard facts from Rolf Schmidt – a geologist who looks after the fossil collection of invertebrates at Museums Victoria.  

Listen now to find out all the cold, hard facts about ice ages! 

If you love finding out fun facts about cool stuff, then tune in to The Fact Detectives weekdays at 7am or weekends at 1pm; subscribe wherever you get your podcasts; or listen anytime, anywhere on the Kinderling app. 

And if you have a big Fact Detective question, send it to factdetectives@kinderling.com.au  

A Kinderling co-production withMuseums Victoria.  

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