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To help keep the fungus from spreading, visitors will be required to walk across special mats designed to remove spores from footwear. The disturbances in the core fluid during the flood would disrupt the electric current, chopping much of it up into small swirls oriented in different directions. We finally had a little bit of time on our trip south from Portland and I thought it would be a fun diversion for the kids.

Pages: 438

Publisher: White Press (December 9, 2015)

ISBN: 1473325358

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