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Looks like some kind of petrified corall to me :D15701811212
where's the answer?
The number 6 one is either related to spaceflight. A rocket test procedure.
It's a coral from a coral reef
Fulgurite - lightning-fused sand
Fossilized worm holes? or some animal hole that filled in with lava or mud a zillion years ago and we have the 'cast' of the hole?
A prehistoric tree.
I believe it is fossilized coral.
I didn't know the technical term, but I remember seeing something like this in high school caused by lightning contacting earth. That is my guess.
just a piece of wood
Yes it looks like the discharge of lightning into silica sand at over 1 million degrees the sand forms a glass like structure following the path the bolt does as it branches out beneath the surface.
It looks like one of those fish that looks like a tree branch. I forget what they are called.
I feeling walking like an animal.But there is no mean animal so it moving that is sure
I think it's melted ground caused by a lightning strike in te ground.
It,s the once molten core of minerals and ash created by a lightning bolt striking the earth.
It is sand that has turned into glass from a lightning strike.
This is sea rock or some old petrified wood.
When lightning strikes the ground, it creates those in the ground below the surface. They call them clinkers. That's my guess.
I think its either a piece of petrified wood but, it could also be the remnants of a shattered planet.
A dead intelligent alien life form?
Fulgurite is my guess too
I hope this thing is a ancient root fossilized..
Acho que é um galho ( ou raiz ) fossilizados.
It looks like piece of petrified wood from an old tree (the root).
Some kind of dry log. Or maybe a strange shaped rock. Jeez!!!
Fused sand, caused by lightning strike. Called a fulgerite.
It looks like the fused-silicon tubes that lightning (or a fallen high-voltage line) might leave behind when it strikes sandy soil.
My guess is, it is fulgurite.
Sand fused due to lightning
Just looks like a bit of old tree to me !!
NASA Official: Brian Dunbar