Strutting up toward the sky in the Drumheller Valley, heart of the Canadian Badlands, you will find an intriquing rock formation. The Drumheller Valley is known for its Dinosaur Museum and its intriquing rock formations or Hoodoos. These formations were formed through millions of years of erosion by wind, water, and ice. Erosion has also uncovered the remains of dinosaurs, some of the largest finds in the world. Drumheller Valley is a great travel destination.
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