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47 Unusual Places In Utah That Proves The State Is Mysterious

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31.) Antelope Island on the Great Salt Lake

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Located in Syracuse, Utah, this area got its name from the Pronghorn Antelope species that once inhabited the place. It is now home to some fascinating wildlife, including several migratory birds, coyotes, bobcats, eagles, and the ubiquitous brine shrimp as well as brine flies.

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