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Tiny Bismuthinite needles, Bi2S3, in small Fluorite cubes, CaF2
Locality: Czech Republic

Tiny Bismuthinite needles, Bi2S3, in small Fluorite cubes, CaF2

Locality: Czech Republic



Nasutuceratops titusi (if you’re interested, here’s a thesis about this dinosaur =D)
Geological time: Late Cretaceous, 75,9-75,2 Ma
Found in Utah, USA

Nasutuceratops titusi (if you’re interested, here’s a thesis about this dinosaur =D)

Geological time: Late Cretaceous, 75,9-75,2 Ma

Found in Utah, USA



“View above Botnar Hut during the Laugavegur trek in my Workshop in Iceland. June 2011 - 20-29. There’s an unspeakable feeling floating around.. This was almost night, a sort of long blue hour with ominous clouds and a very quiet atmosphere. I was standing in front of this Immense glacier, quite close to the Eyjafjallajökull volcano.. Covered with layers of Ashes..”

“View above Botnar Hut during the Laugavegur trek in my Workshop in Iceland. June 2011 - 20-29.

There’s an unspeakable feeling floating around.. This was almost night, a sort of long blue hour with ominous clouds and a very quiet atmosphere. I was standing in front of this Immense glacier, quite close to the Eyjafjallajökull volcano.. Covered with layers of Ashes..”



Chalcedony (var: Agate) and Quartz, in the center, SiO2
Locality: Mexico

Chalcedony (var: Agate) and Quartz, in the center, SiO2

Locality: Mexico



Beipiaosaurus inexpectus
Geological time: Early Cretaceous, 124,6 Ma
Discovered in China

Beipiaosaurus inexpectus

Geological time: Early Cretaceous, 124,6 Ma

Discovered in China



Shells of Crimea, Ukraine

Shells of Crimea, Ukraine



Colorless tuft of crystals of Gypsum, CaSO4 . 2H2O, and blue tuft of Kapellasite, Cu3Zn(OH)6Cl2
Locality: Germany

Colorless tuft of crystals of Gypsum, CaSO4 . 2H2O, and blue tuft of Kapellasite, Cu3Zn(OH)6Cl2

Locality: Germany



Baryonyx walkeri
Geological time: Early Cretaceous, 130-125 Ma
Found in England, Spain and Portugal

Baryonyx walkeri

Geological time: Early Cretaceous, 130-125 Ma

Found in England, Spain and Portugal



Black smokers

”(…) are the hottest of the vents. They spew mostly iron and sulfide, which combine to form iron monosulfide. This compound gives the smoker its black color.”

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Crocoite, Pb(CrO4)
Locality: Australia

Crocoite, Pb(CrO4)

Locality: Australia



Baby trilobite

Baby trilobite



"Lake in an old volcanic crater or caldera, and surrounding landscape."
Photograph by Mattias Klum

"Lake in an old volcanic crater or caldera, and surrounding landscape."

Photograph by Mattias Klum



Eosphorite, (Mn2+,Fe2+)Al(PO4)(OH)2 . H2O, and Fairfieldite, Ca2(Mn2+,Fe2+)(PO4)2 . 2H2O
 
Locality: Maine, USA

Eosphorite, (Mn2+,Fe2+)Al(PO4)(OH)2 . H2O, and Fairfieldite, Ca2(Mn2+,Fe2+)(PO4)2 . 2H2O

 

Locality: Maine, USA



Silesaurus opolensis
Geological time: Late Triassic (230 Ma)
Found in Poland

Silesaurus opolensis

Geological time: Late Triassic (230 Ma)

Found in Poland



Russian Pallasite with Widmanstätten Pattern

Russian Pallasite with Widmanstätten Pattern




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