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Awesome rare earth mineral collection Note: Bismuth is manmade but still intriguing to look at. <- you are a moron, bismuth is a pure element that crystallizes naturally in that form.

This rocks

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This rocks. That would be even better than finding an opal geode. They're dinosaur eggs!

If separating stones looking for fossils -BEE careful in way split stone open !! ✔️

Bee fossil - bees have been around a long time and are incredibly important to the environment.

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