Landslide across Idaho Highway 21 north of Lowman ITD photo

This photo shows the results of a landslide across Idaho Highway 21 north of Lowman that was caused by a 6.5-magnitude earthquake that hit central Idaho on March 31.

There remains a lot of mystery behind central Idaho's 6.5-magnitude earthquake that rocked the state on March 31.

But with each aftershock, experts become closer to developing a full understanding of the earth-shaking event, according to Idaho State University geosciences professor Glenn Thackray.

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