Two of the young Chinese tourists who broke into a Danxia national geopark in Zhangye, Gansu province and filmed themselves damaging the ancient landform. Photo: WeiboTwo of the young Chinese tourists who broke into a Danxia national geopark in Zhangye, Gansu province and filmed themselves damaging the ancient landform. Photo: Weibo
Two of the young Chinese tourists who broke into a Danxia national geopark in Zhangye, Gansu province and filmed themselves damaging the ancient landform. Photo: Weibo

Chinese tourists damage ancient landform where dinosaurs roamed, post video to brag

Two turn themselves in after posting video showing them trampling coloured sands of the protected land formation

Topic |   China Society
Two of the young Chinese tourists who broke into a Danxia national geopark in Zhangye, Gansu province and filmed themselves damaging the ancient landform. Photo: WeiboTwo of the young Chinese tourists who broke into a Danxia national geopark in Zhangye, Gansu province and filmed themselves damaging the ancient landform. Photo: Weibo
Two of the young Chinese tourists who broke into a Danxia national geopark in Zhangye, Gansu province and filmed themselves damaging the ancient landform. Photo: Weibo
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