Polished Golden Rock, containing a 185 Million Years Old Ammonite fossil!

Polished Golden Rock, containing a 185 Million Years Old Ammonite fossil!

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  • Ninja_Spi-D-er
    1 Week(s) Ago

    𝐅𝐞𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐫𝐨 𝐑𝐨𝐜𝐡𝐞𝐫

  • Miserable_Mr_Masle
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Beautiful! Doesn't look a day over 160 million years.

  • disembodied
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Praise Lord Helix

  • WindSprinkle
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Pokémon IRL

  • Apexx86
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Donate it to Blathers!

  • HMCtripleOG
    1 Week(s) Ago

    *Omanyte

  • PeterJohnSlurp
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I’ve never seen that pokeball before.

  • RockRobster1
    1 Week(s) Ago

    You can tell it’s a fossil because of the way it is.

  • greatsirius
    1 Week(s) Ago

    But can we break it down to fossil fuels?

  • dumbestbell
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I was expecting a singing mermaid

  • sezar4321
    1 Week(s) Ago
  • lunardeathgod
    1 Week(s) Ago

    PRAISE HELIX

  • SuperfortressYT
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Bro you gotta get that to a museum and get it revived back into a Pokémon.

  • PuggsyBeans
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Are those rare? My uncle's lake has tons of them sitting around. Not the gold part, but just gray rocks with Ammonite fossils.

  • KosoBau
    1 Week(s) Ago

    That must a been a big ol dinosaur goose that laid that golden egg

  • windowbeanz
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I would take that to Cinnabar Island immediately if I were you 😤

  • suomikala
    1 Week(s) Ago

    How expensive is it?

  • Wascally-Wabbeeto
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I don’t like thinking about how goddamn LONG ago that was.

  • danthonythegreat
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Its just polished space turd

  • 0to60Eventually
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Now I want to open the Chicago bean

  • A_solo_tripper
    1 Week(s) Ago

    How is this dated? What is the scientific process they used to determine this is in fact 185 million years old??

  • RiddickOfRivia
    1 Week(s) Ago

    It's a Piece of Eden!!

  • NarwhalsForHire
    1 Week(s) Ago

    The mineral is called pyrite (fools gold), and unfortunately now that it's dug up and polished it will disintigrate into sulfate and iron over time due to oxidation.

  • jswright2005
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Reasonably certain there’s a Legendary Fossil Pokémon in that bad boy.

  • EscheroOfficial
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Take it to the Pewter City Museum and get yourself an Omanyte!

  • Frootykuk
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Stg the title said polished Gordon rock, then I re read Imagine opening that shit and a 185 mil y/o Gordon Ramsey coming out screaming about the lamb sauce Fuck I need help

  • TheJewBakka
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Pyrite not gold.

  • NooB-UltimatuM
    1 Week(s) Ago

    PRAISE HELIX

  • WootHoot47
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Whatever you do dont show that fossil to the fossil maniac outside of fallabor town I hear he likes to hangout near route 144

  • kesharadesilva
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Cool. I'll give you 20 for it. 20 Zimbabwe cents.

  • omgjojo
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Praise Lord Helix!

  • Lurkily
    1 Week(s) Ago

    They just encased a fossil rock in gold colored shiny stuff, and cut a seam.

    Edit: I believe I am wrong. This seemed like the only explanation, until I realized that the outer shell was not spherical, not quite.

  • always_the_blue_pill
    1 Week(s) Ago

    how long do you leave it in the microwave to make it this shiny

  • Lanfranc_di_Cambria
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Behold, king of the Ammonites!

  • dougmauddib
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Sweet fifi bro.

  • GamingJay
    1 Week(s) Ago

    That belongs in a museum

  • duckundercover
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Now cut it in half with a water jet to see if it is real.

    Edit: Link https://youtu.be/UTn2CnQH_Mg

  • bandicootbandit
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Dang as a kid I thought any sort of fossils and arrowheads were the rarest things. A little disappointed but hey at least I can buy it off of Ebay for cheap.

  • bintsk
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Saligram?