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more paleo stuff (fwd)
> Don't mean to be a pest. Didn't they say something like the "red clay" or
> "red sands" area. I got the impression this might be a park of some sort.
> Then again, I know virtually nothing about Texas.
> Blaise Considine [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I think they called it the "red beds", because of the red clay in
the area. They said it is desert now, but was once lush.
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