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In a post on the Utah State Parks Blog, Hansen said he found the problem alarming, and believes the people throwing the tracks into the reservoir don't realize that they could be destroying the millions of years of history that attracts visitors to the park from around the world.
"Utah State Parks believes education can play a big part in stopping this kind of behavior.
The Utah State Parks and Recreation Deputy Director Jeff Rasmussen pointed out that these rocks in the valley are natural wonder whose formation took millions of years and they were very upset about what the three men did.
For people who enjoy visiting state parks, the State of Utah offers a Utah State Parks annual pass for $75.

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