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1,637,000,000,000 square inches is about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Badlands National Park.
In other words, it's 1.07 times the size of Badlands National Park, and the size of Badlands National Park is 0.9350 times that amount.
(Jackson, Pennington, and Shannon Counties, South Dakota, near Rapid City, South Dakota)
Famous for its buttes, pinnacles, spires and grass prairies, the Badlands National Park occupies 1,530,000,000,000 square inches, of which 64,144 acres is a designated Wilderness Area. The site is renown for its large caches of fossils from large North American mammals dating back the Oligocene epoch - about 33 million years ago.
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