I confess we did not think of that. But I’ll defend our position as follows: the boulders are not “floating” on the desert sand, but rather are sticking up from, and are connected directly to, the underlying ancient layer of solid rock beneath the whole valley. So the graboids would not have been able dig under them or sink them. Rhonda could probably explain it better than I, but that’s the idea.
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