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Layers Of Rock Compressed Into Stone At Huge Depths In The Earth's Crust

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Layers Of Rock Compressed Into Stone At Huge Depths In The Earth's Crust

This clip is part of a collection of videos featuring the Okotoks erratic in Alberta, Canada.

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Big Rock is the world's largest glacial erratic and was transported from a rock slide near Jasper during the last ice age.

The big rock glacial erratic was left behind when the glacial ice melted.

There is also a legend amongst the Native American Blackfoot concerning the supernatural Trickster Napi that explains how this large boulder was split in half.

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Clip Duration:
00:00:08
Aspect Ratio:
16:9
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No
Item ID:
621246
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No
Alpha Channel:
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Location:
Okotoks Erratic Alberta Canada, CAN

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