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Oh NO! Damaged fossils!
Leaving the fossils unprotected caused them to be damaged by the rain and wind.
You would think that since the fossils were strong enough to have made it this
long, they'd be fine. But until now they were protected by the sediments
covering them. After uncovering them, you need to keep them protected so they
can survive another few million years.
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