What are the Mimas?

Updated: Aug 13, 2019

In Washington State there is an open space in the forest, South of Olympia called the Mima Mounds. Each of these mounds are about 6 feet long and several feet high. When first discovered, explorers assumed that they were graves—but they had no bones inside, only black gravel and dirt. One scientist thought they were made by gophers. Some thought freezing floods or even volcanoes may have caused the mounds. All the theories have been dis-proven thus far. No one knows how these mounds were formed. Maybe you can solve the puzzle. See the pictures and read more at: https://curiosity.com/topics/the-mima-mounds-in-washington-are-a-phenomenon-unexplained-by-science-curiosity/

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