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    Waves of sandstone near Drumheller. Alberta

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    Unusually shaped formations called hoodoos near Drumheller

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    Woman gazing out over the hoodoos near Drumheller, Alberta

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    Hoodoos form knobs of sandstone near Drumheller. Alberta

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    Veiled woman and hoodoos near Drumheller. Alberta

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    Children climb on hoodoos near Drumheller. Alberta

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    Tilted sandstone hoodoo rises from shale. Drumheller, Alberta

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    Hoodoos rise like watch towers near Drumheller. Alberta

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    Hoodoo towers meet clouds and sky near Drumheller. Alberta

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    Dinosaur outside at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Human faces on artwork at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Drumheller dinosaur attraction in Alberta

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    Canadian and Alberta flags at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Green dinosaur on bench in Drumheller

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    Dinosaurs with muscle and flesh remade at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Triceratops eats plants not people at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Uintatherium an evolutionary failure at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Size comparison chart at Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller

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    Triceratops an herbivore at Royal Tyrrell Museum. Drumheller

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    Chart about animal jaws and teeth at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Missing bones in dinosaur display at Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Curved tusks and long legs of mammoth in Royal Tyrrell Museum

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    Struthiomimus fossil at Royal Tyrrell Museum. Drumheller

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    Preparation Lab at Royal Tyrrell Museum. Drumheller

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