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Badlands National Park

A reintroduction site for the black-footed ferret, Badlands National Park stretches across 244,000 acres of southwestern South Dakota. Within its eroded buttes and spires lie some of the richest Oligocene fossil beds in the world. In the 1890's, the Oglala Sioux held Ghost Dances in what is now the park's Stronghold Unit.

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