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Hoodoos in the Red Deer river valley, soils of hoodoos and other badland formations are often referred to as bentonite, Bentonite is a very absorbent clay. Hoodoos at East Coulee in the Drumheller area, the area is well known for its numerous fossil beds, Hoodoos are part of the badlands, 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