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These Dinosaur Tracks Are 200 Million Years Old, but Tourists Keep Ripping Them Up Options
Daemon
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These Dinosaur Tracks Are 200 Million Years Old, but Tourists Keep Ripping Them Up

Forget initials carved into trees or litter tossed by the side of a trail—Red Fleet State Park in Utah has bigger vandalism problems. Tourists have been tearing up slabs of ancient rock and tossing them into a nearby reservoir, the Utah State Parks ... More...
whatson
Posted: Monday, May 21, 2018 12:30:49 AM
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Must be the more-than-6000-year-old deniers.
I don't think they would be happy if someone
were to follow them and destroy their footprints.

I am a lay-about.
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