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True or False: Are these unusual places actually in Utah?

True or False: Are these unusual places actually in Utah?

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The U.S. has an almost endless array of unusual and weird places that often make people question "why?" From places like the Enchanted Highway in North Dakota (where scrap metal is created into giant sculptures) to places like the Museum of Bad Art in Boston (self-explanatory).

Utah is no exception to weird and unusual places. With the giant whale statue on 9th and 9th or the abandoned U2 claw stage that now resides near the Living Planet Aquarium, there's no shortage of strange. It's time to put your knowledge to the test to see if you know whether or not these unique places are actually in Utah.

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