Men destroy 200-million-year-old rock formation in Utah

The video shows the men celebrate after pushing the rocks over, cheering “We have now modified Goblin Valley.”

Men destroy 200-million-year-old rock formation in Utah

World Bulletin/News Desk

Three American men pushed over a 200-million-year-old rock formation in Goblin Valley, Utah and posted the video on YouTube. The three named as Dave Hall, Glenn Taylor and Dylan Taylor is now facing felony charges due to their illegal activity.

The video shows the men celebrate after pushing the rocks over, cheering “We have now modified Goblin Valley.”

Glenn Taylor, the man who pushed the rock over, also talked to a paper and claimed they done a civic service; what they did is just preventing a safety hazard.

The Utah State Parks and Recreation Deputy Director Jeff Rasmussen pointed out that these rocks in the valley are natural wonder whose formation took millions of years and they were very upset about what the three men did.

These formations in the valley were formed from the weathering process of Entrada Sandstone.

Last Mod: 22 Ekim 2013, 11:57
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