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One of the many great rock formations in the Chiso Mountains in Western Texas' Big Bend National Park and is known as the "Mule Ear Peaks." These twin peaks  are formed from a part of a dike-like intrusion of relatively young rhyolite, and rise about 1040 feet (3,881 above sea level) above the desert floor.
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One of the many great rock formations in the Chiso Mountains in Western Texas' Big Bend National Park and is known as the "Mule Ear Peaks." These twin peaks are formed from a part of a dike-like intrusion of relatively young rhyolite, and rise about 1040 feet (3,881 above sea level) above the desert floor.