Mysterious Mima Mounds: The Case for Gophers
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I don't like the erosion theory. I like the gopher theory:
In the process of digging over many generations, gophers can move enough soil to create mima mounds. Pebble by pebble, stone by stone, over hundreds of years, these small, furry animals can create giant mounds of earth with a repeating pattern resembling real mima mounds.