Agatized Coral Slices (20-30 million years old!)
Agatized Coral Slices (20-30 million years old!)
Agatized Coral Slices (20-30 million years old!)
Agatized Coral Slices (20-30 million years old!)
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Agatized Coral Slices (20-30 million years old!)

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Agatized coral occurs when silica in the ocean water hardens, replacing the limy corals with a form of quartz known as chalcedony. This long process (20-30 million years) results in the formation of a "pseudomorph," meaning that one mineral has replaced another without having lost its original form.