But the Red Hot's historic appeal is not limited to tore of good food and interesting people. Amateur fossil hunters first found ancient sharks' teeth in the woods just beyond the parking lot in the 1970s, and later digs by paleontologists at this site have uncovered an impressive variety of plant and animal fossils that date back more than 55 million years.
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