Badlands National Park Traveler Pin
This dramatic country held little value to the Lakota Sioux, who named it “land bad.” Today’s visitors admire bison grazing on pristine prairie and fossil specimens of rhinos, saber-toothed cats and marine species unearthed from one of the world’s greatest collections. Rising high above the South Dakota landscape is the Wall, a 60-mile escarpment shaped by erosion of sedimentary rock that accumulated over millions of years. Erosion on the Wall is ongoing, its profile continually changing.
1.125" Hard enamel pin; nickel metal.
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