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|Diameter||60 kilometres (37 mi)|
|Age||600 million years|
It is named for the Beaverhead region of southwestern Montana in which it was first discovered.
- "Beaverhead". Earth Impact Database. Planetary and Space Science Centre University of New Brunswick Fredericton. Retrieved 2015-01-02.
- Carr, J and Link, PK, 1999, Neoproterozoic conglomerate and breccia in the formation of Leaton Gulch, Grouse Peak, northern Lost River Range, Idaho: Relation to Beaverhead Impact Structure, in Hughes, S.S., and Thackray, G.D., eds., Guidebook to the Geology of Eastern Idaho: Pocatello, Idaho Museum of natural History, p. 21-29.
- Aerial Exploration of the Beaverhead crater
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