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For years, a 7-foot tall sandstone pedestal at Cape Kiwanda, Oregon, was a popular tourist attraction for its uncanny likeness to a duck's bill. When Oregon State Parks Department workers discovered that the Duckbill collapsed last week, they initially believed that age and gravity had finally taken its toll on the landmark, which many visitors used as a spot to practice yoga or take wedding photos despite its being fenced off from the public. Then a video emerged: Vandals had destroyed the rock formation.

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