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If you go to the beaches around Newcastle, Australia, expect to find many glossopteris fossils!

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WhodamanHD

Love those ’straya glossopteris, such color!

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Tidgy's Dad

It would be an enormous amount of luck which sees me get to that locality! :D

Lovely leaves, beautiful colours. 

Thanks for sharing. :)

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Foozil

Did you collect those last ones? The colour is unlike any i've seen from Newcastle :blink:

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24 minutes ago, Foozil said:

Did you collect those last ones? The colour is unlike any i've seen from Newcastle :blink:

Nor have i...

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24 minutes ago, Foozil said:

Did you collect those last ones? The colour is unlike any i've seen from Newcastle :blink:

Yes i found them at a beach close to caves beach, and said newcastle as the closest city/region for people to relate to. These rocks are packed with them. ;)

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FrozenFlame

Wow, I can definitely go add those to my collection! I'm not a beach person, but I'm all about them rocks!

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DanKurek

Love the red colour of the leaves!

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FrostbyteFossils

Good luck finding some, everyone! Go for the whitish or dark browny/blacky looking rocks :D

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