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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.

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