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Tourists at a Utah state park are mistaking dinosaur tracks for ordinary rocks and throwing them into a nearby lake, causing “substantial impact” to the historic site.

“The dinosaur track site is deteriorating due to human impact,” the Red Fleet State Park said in a statement posted to Facebook. “There has been a substantial impact to the track site from individuals throwing rocks (most containing dinosaur tracks) into the water over the past 6 months.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Hundreds of prehistoric raptor tracks are imprinted in sandstone there and visitors having been throwing the slabs of stone into the reservoir.

Josh Hansen, the park manager, told The Salt Lake Tribune he recently caught a young tourist tossing rocks into the lake, and was able to intervene before two imprints from a partial dinosaur track were about to be destroyed.

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