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Badlands National Park: Established as Badlands National Monument in 1939, the area was redesignated ‘National Park’ in 1978. Over 11,000 years of human history pales to the eons old paleontological resources. Badlands National Park contains the world’s richest Oligocene epoch fossil beds, dating 23 to 35 million years old. The evolution of mammal species such as the horse, sheep, rhinoceros and pig can be studied in the Badlands formations.
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Since 1892, the World’s Only Corn Palace has been decorated annually with thousands of bushels of corn, grains, and native grasses as a tribute to agriculture. In 2015, new ear-chitecture transformed the building, giving the attraction an a-maize-ing facelift that included light-up domes and a second story walk out balcony. A royally fun time for the whole family in Mitchell, SD.