Here is the question :
WHERE CAN YOU SEE THE UNUSUAL ROCK FORMATIONS OF TOADSTOOL GEOLOGICAL PARK?
Here is the option for the question :
- North Dakota
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC00493] Toadstool Geological Park is a little section of the badlands in the Oglala National Grassland in the northwest corner of Nebraska. The park is home to a surreal environment with odd rock formations, which you might not expect to find in the middle of the grassland. The name of the park comes from the rock formations that can be found there, some of which are shaped like toadstools. They are similar to the ones that can be found in the Badlands National Park in South Dakota and originated between 24-38 million years ago, according to estimates. The singular form of the rocks at both locations is due to the action of erosion, which works its way down through the layers of clay and sandstone. In addition to that, the park is well-known for its fossils, which include remains of extinct dogs, horses, and rhinoceroses. In one section of the park, there is a trackway that is about 0.75 miles long and is lined with fossils. These fossils depict fossils of entelodonts, which are now extinct, chasing two different kinds of rhinoceros along a stream channel.