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GEODES FLAT PACK
GEODES FLAT PACK
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GEODES FLAT PACK

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We understand that not everyone loves excavating as much as we do...

That's why we created these super cool flat packs! These no frills packs of awesomeness are for science junkies who love collecting rocks, minerals, fossils, and more but could do without the mess associated with an excavation. 

 Each pack comes with one or more specimens, a trading card, and an Excavating Adventures sticker. 


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Contains small items - Not intended for young children - Keep away from pets - Designed for ages 6 and up - Pictures are representations of what you will receive and are used for illustrative purposes only – Specific specimens will vary.

 

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Digital Dig Geodes

 Geodes can form in any cavity, but the term is usually reserved for more or less rounded formations in igneous and sedimentary rocks. They can form in gas bubbles in igneous rocks and in rounded cavities in sedimentary formations. After rock around the cavity hardens, dissolved silicates and/or carbonates are deposited on the inside surface. Over time, this slow feed of mineral constituents from groundwater or hydrothermal solutions allows crystals to form inside the hollow chamber.