1. The Wilds in Cumberland, Ohio. At 9,154 acres, it is the largest wildlife conservation center in North America. It was created in 1984, and partnered with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in 2001. Researching this could provide insight into the importance of animal conservation.
3. The Great Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio. It is 1348 feet long and three feet high. Researchers currently believe that it was built by the Fort Ancient culture in about 1070 CE. Researching this could provide an insight into Native American culture, and its importance today.