New theory about the origins of the Grand Canyon

How exactly was the Grand Canyon formed? The question has been hotly debated by canyon geologists in Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico for more than a century. Now, according to the LiveScience website, new research suggests that the gigantic canyon's origins might be more recent than originally thought. And…

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When Philon of Byzantium declared the Ancient 7 Wonders, the then-known world was very…

Preserving Grand Canyon National Park

With more than four million visitors a year, the park faces by many difficult issues when it comes to handling them while also preserving the region's natural, cultural and historic resources.

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