Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Camera pans windswept plains near Badlands National Park, South Dakota. The rock formations in the background are 75 million years old and are a result of uplifting and erosion. This area was once at the bottom of a shallow sea that covered much of the Great Plains and is now a rich source of fossils.

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Keywords: badlands national park, butte, erosion, geologic, geology, grasslands, landscape, pinnacle, plains, prairie, range, rock formations, south dakota, spire

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Badlands National Park

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