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Rabbit Valley, A Trail Through Time
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Just off Rt. 70, west of Grand Junction, you will come to Rabbit Valley, A Trail Through Time. Approximately 140 million years ago this area was believed to be a watering hole for plant and meat eating dinosaurs. You can find bones and fossils in the area and see colorful lizards...maybe descendants of the giants that once roamed the area.

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Uploadet: 06/08/2012
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Tags: dinosaurs; fossils; bones; hiking
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