One of the things I love about living the Ozarks is discovering places of exquisite natural beauty. Over millions of years, this entire region was submerged in the warm shallow seas of the Paleozoic era before being uplifted by tectonic and volcanic forces. This cycle repeated itself many times over the course of thousands of years, carving out the hills and hollers we call the Ozark Mountains. Over the course of time, many of the plants and animals that once lived here became little more than geologic memories etched into stone. Yet, a few remnants of ancient wetlands still exist within the relatively dry and rocky Ozark highlands. They are known as Tupelo Gum Pond and Cupola Pond.
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