posted on Mar, 15 2015 @ 08:43 AM
That's the fella.
Not a shape that I can easily imagine being geological. I can imagine it being a fossilised worm cast, or a plant / animal of
some bizarre kind or maybe at a huge leap it's mud squirted out like cake icing and it just so happened to form this shape, then set harder than the
surrounding rock. Or maybe it was mud bubbles that have eroded and just left the thick bits where the bubbles joined.
If it's not geological then in my mind it leaves organic origins as a top contender, I'm no scientist though. I just stumbled across it, as you do.
Here's another little find. Again, I can imagine geological explanations, like eroded mud bubbles, but It does seem to lean towards organic again in
Is it annoying just posting up a link for you to hunt out, or shall I just post up a picture in future if I find anything ?
Here's the link.
edit on 15-3-2015 by pot8er because: added another
link and some text
edit on 15-3-2015 by pot8er because: grammar