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Death Valley National Park, Calif. The movement of the boulders still remains a mystery, however one of the leading theories is that during the rain storms that only happen once every few years the rocks are propelled a few inches by the heavy winds that gust across the playa. Over the course of decades and in some cases centuries, they leave behind long trails of impacted earth.
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