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Video captures vandals toppling 18-million-year-old sandstone formation in Oregon

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 11, 2016 01:03 AM
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by Cat DiStasio last modified Sep 10, 2016

An iconic sandstone formation on the Oregon coast known as “the duckbill” is no more, after a group of vandals forced the rocks to topple, leaving behind a devastated pile of rubble. The giant rock, known as “The Duckbill” measured up to 10 feet across, and was a sought-after destination just beyond the safety fence in Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area in Oregon’s Tillamook County. At first, park officials thought that the formation had fallen on its own, but video captured by a witness later...






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