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Until 1875, the bones found on asphalt sediments were considered to be the remains of domestic animals and local mammals in the region. In the same year, scientist William Denton published the disappearance of the dead animal in Rancho La Brea. Only in 1901, the crab barks were thoroughly studied by leading researchers in the oil industry in Los Angeles, William Warren Warth. who have examined the bones collected personally. Orkett has collected a kitten's bones, horrible wolves, knees, and other fossils to attract the attention of the scientific community to the meaning of the La Bra tribe to understand the North American last Plutoken fauna and flora. At the end, Orcutt donated his collection of materials from the University of California, John Campbell Merrimy. The park is registered as the California Historical Monument 170. La Brea Tar's fields are a well-known American natural place.
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