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Dinosaur tracks at Utah park dislodged, thrown into lake

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SALT LAKE CITY — Visitors at a Utah state park have been dislodging dinosaur tracks imprinted in sandstone and throwing the pieces into a nearby lake, officials said.

 

 

https://www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/2018/05/08/dinosaur-tracks-utah-park-dislodged-thrown-into-lake/590535002/

 


 

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SailingAlongToo

Someone needs a butt whooopin!

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Tidgy's Dad
45 minutes ago, Raggedy Man said:

SALT LAKE CITY — Visitors at a Utah state park have been dislodging dinosaur tracks imprinted in sandstone and throwing the pieces into a nearby lake, officials said.

 

 

https://www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/2018/05/08/dinosaur-tracks-utah-park-dislodged-thrown-into-lake/590535002/

 


 

People can be so ignorant. :(

That's a really annoying webpage as well. 

Love the new avatar! :)

New Who or Classic for you? 

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Raggedy Man
14 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

People can be so ignorant. :(

That's a really annoying webpage as well. 

Love the new avatar! :)

New Who or Classic for you? 

I love both tbh. I grew up watching the classic shows. I have family in Wales and they would record the episodes on beta-max and ship them over for Christmas. 

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Tidgy's Dad
13 minutes ago, Raggedy Man said:

I love both tbh. I grew up watching the classic shows. I have family in Wales and they would record the episodes on beta-max and ship them over for Christmas. 

Splendid! :D

I have been watching all my life as well (and i'm half Welsh) . 

Really excited about our new Doctor! :wub:

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Oxytropidoceras

For more information about the dinosaur tracks go read:

 

Hamblin, A.H., Bilbey, S.A. and Hall, J.E., 2000. Prehistoric animal tracks at 

Red Fleet State Park, northeastern Utah. Geology of Utah’s parks and 

monuments: Utah Geological Association Publication, 28, pp. 569-578.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/40664181_Prehistoric_animal_tracks_at_red_fleet_state_park_northeastern_Utah

 

It and other PDF files are linked in Alden Haines Hamblin at:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alden_Hamblin

 

Yours,


Paul H.

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Darktooth

This is very irritating! :angry: Someone needs a Smack!

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jpc

My favorite Who is Quardophenia....

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Bobby Rico

I don’t understand why some  people feel the need to ruining things for others. Very sad. 

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Oxytropidoceras

Below are a couple of more articles about the vandalism.

 

This Utah park’s alarming problem: Visitors are throwing dinosaur 

tracks into the water. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2018/05/10/ancient-dinosaur-tracks-are-disappearing-at-a-national-park-in-utah-humans-are-to-blame/

 

Some visitors at this Utah state park are prying up dinosaur

tracks imprinted in the sandstone and throwing them into a 

nearby reservoir, Utah State Parks Blog.

https://stateparks.utah.gov/2018/04/30/stop-vandalising-the-dinosaur-tracks-at-red-fleet/

 

Yorus,

 

Paul H.

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Fruitbat

Personally, I think they should throw the VANDALS that they catch into the reservoir with a 25kg rock tied to their ankles! :angry:

 

-Joe

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