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Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park n...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Petroglyphs created by Puebloan peoples between 1250 and 1380 A.D. in what is now called the Petrified Forest, part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Petroglyphs created by Puebloan peoples between 1250 and 1380 A.D. in ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park n...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Petroglyphs created by early indigenous peoples in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Petroglyphs created by early indigenous peoples in the Petrified Fores...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Petroglyphs created by Puebloan peoples between 1250 and 1380 A.D. in what is now called the Petrified Forest, part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Petroglyphs created by Puebloan peoples between 1250 and 1380 A.D. in ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park n...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park n...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Agate Bridge, the most famous of the individual petrified tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Agate Bridge, the most famous of the individual petrified tree specime...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Petroglyphs created by Puebloan peoples between 1250 and 1380 A.D. in what is now called the Petrified Forest, part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Petroglyphs created by Puebloan peoples between 1250 and 1380 A.D. in ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Agate Bridge, the most famous of the individual petrified tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Agate Bridge, the most famous of the individual petrified tree specime...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Formations in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park n...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Fossilized tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. ...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more

Agate Bridge, the most famous of the individual petrified tree specimens in the Petrified Forest, now part of a U.S. national park near Holbrook in Arizona's remote Navajo and Apache counties

Agate Bridge, the most famous of the individual petrified tree specime...

The park is replete with fossils, especially fallen trees, or parts of them, that lived in the Late Triassic Period, about 225 million years ago. The park's splendors, which now include colorful badlands called... more