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Sedimentary Rock Macro MINA 13.jpg
Chips of rock in the soil; The badlands soft sedimentary rock formations have been created over thousands of years of erosion from wind and water; Badlands are often found along river valleys in arid regions of the world; The Red Deer River Badlands stretch through an area of approximately 300 km along the Red Deer River in Alberta; much of the soil structure found in the badlands is a very absorbant clay called Bentonite.