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Brecciated Mookaite.


This geologically interesting rock is actually a brecciated radiolarite.

It occurs near the Kennedy Ranges about 160 km inland from the coastal town of Carnarvon in Western Australia.

Silica bearing solutions have moved through the rocks creating hydraulic pressure that has fractured then re-cemented them into an amazing mosaic.

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