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Bryce Canyon National Park

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 @ 9:00 AM CT

What is Bryce Canyon? Is it a cave without a ceiling? Is it a forest of stone? Is it really a canyon, a giant pothole in the earth’s crust, or the slope of a giant plateau?

This EFT will explore the geological wonderland of this national park filled with hoodoos, stunning sunsets, and the remains of dinosaurs.

What is Bryce Canyon? Is it a cave without a ceiling? Is it a forest of stone? Is it really a canyon, a giant pothole in the earth’s crust, or the slope of a giant plateau?

This EFT will explore the geological wonderland of this national park filled with hoodoos, stunning sunsets, and the remains of dinosaurs.

Your hosts for the program will be park rangers stationed at Bryce Canyon National Park and local students. The rangers and students will engage viewers from several locations in the park and show off its beautiful geological formations, its wide variety of fossils, and the impacts its peculiar geology has had on animals and humans.

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The EFT focused on the park’s unique geological and paleontological resources, which have been shaped by millions of years of water and temperature extremes.

• Hunt for signs of land and aquatic dinosaurs
• Explore “Hoodoos” (unique limestone formations)
• Meet some of the wild animals that live in this extreme environment
• Learn about Bryce Canyon National Park’s role in Utah’s unparalleled suite of national parks.

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