Tourists in Utah are tossing priceless dinosaur footprints into a lake


People, this is why we can’t have nice things. Tourists in Utah have been removing dinosaur footprints embedded in sandstone and tossing them into the lake at Red Fleet State Park in Vernal. The foot-long prehistoric dino tracks primarily come from the reptile known as the Velociraptor in Jurrasic Park (actually, a Deinonychus) and park officials are frantic to get visitors to stop destroying the priceless artifacts.

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