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Red Clinker

Red Clinker

The rocks that make up the badlands were deposited in swamps 70 million years ago. Coal was present in the area and much of that coal burned in an ancient fire that lasted centuries. The clay over the coal layer was metamorphosed by the heat into red "clinkers" . Bisti Badlands, New Mexico.

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