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Comb Ridge is the only known location for tritylodont fossils in North America. The close relationship between the specimen found here and those in South Africa, Argentina, and Eastern China provides support for the theory of continental drift.
Location: Navajo County, AZ
Year designated: 1976
Ownership: Indian Trust (Navajo Indian Nation)
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012