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Ice Age Paleoenvironment, Artist’s depiction of the Ice Age world at the Irving Nature Park, Saint John

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Watercolour painting of a walrus swimming in a blue ocean with red mud on the bottom and ice above
painting: Ice Age Paleoenvironment, Artist’s depiction of the Ice Age world at the Irving Nature Park, Saint John, 1995. J. Pennanen, watercolour. Our Changing Earth, New Brunswick Museum. Near the end of the last ice age, about 14,000-13,000 years ago, glaciers stood at the Irving Nature Park in Saint John. Geologists describe it as a tidewater glacier where the ice front met the Bay of Fundy. The fossil record around this time includes the remains of brittlestars, clams and walrus.