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Any clues what this could be....

by EmphamissEyecis
(Hesperia,California )

I found it in Lucerne valley California not sure if that’s where it was originally from because there were a lot of nice rocks in a big pile maybe a rockhounder left them not sure.... but there are very interesting markings on it like x’s...anyone have any ideas please comment thank you!

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Jun 05, 2020
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by: Douglas

Fulgurite is usually very lightweight.

Apr 28, 2020
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by: Marianne Drake

I’m from the Mohave Desert and I’m thinking it might be a fulgurite. When lightening hits the sand it forms a tube or shapes such as yours. It’s also called petrified lightening. I need a better pic or phone lol to be sure

Apr 28, 2020
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Maybr
by: Marianne Drake

I’m from the Mohave Desert and I’m thinking it might be a fulgurite. When lightening hits the sand it forms a tube or shapes such as yours. It’s also called petrified lightening. I need a better pic or phone lol to be sure

Apr 13, 2020
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by: Douglas

I don't know what this is. Maybe one of our visitors will offer some advice.

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