Unaweep Fluorite on Sandstone


A cool little Fluorite cluster on sandstone from the Unaweep Canyon in Colorado

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Fluorite (CaF) is typically found with cube-shaped crystals in a variety of colors in hot springs deposits, hydrothermal veins, and cavities in sedimentary rocks. Likely either the Nancy Hanks mines or Copper Rivet, this specific crystal cluster came from the Unaweep Canyon. Unaweep Canyon is not only famous for this and the Amethyst in other videos, but for being one of the only canyons in the world where the water flows out both ways. You can find it stretching between Whitewater and Gateway in Western Colorado, or you can bring this home!


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