What Is a Petrified Rock?


A Petrified Rock is one that is formed from fossils of terrestrial vegetation. The rock is formed through the permineralisation of trees. A Petrified Rock can be found in Geosite Goudberg, Belgium and also in Dorset, England.
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It is a fossil where it takes all or part of an organism.
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Petrified Forest National Park may protect just over 10% of all the petrified wood in northeastern Arizona. Petrified wood deposits occur on privately owned land from which it can
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One can sell their petrified wood in rock shops, or, online auction sites for smaller pieces and garage sales for larger ones. However, most petrified woods are ...
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