Petrified Wood and the Blue forest Edit

Petrified wood is wood that becomes fossilized over a great period of time. A common place to find petrified wood is The Blue Forest in Kemmer, Wyoming. The wood is usually found to look like a rock in the shape of a log. Petrified wood is created when many trees fall and sit for a long period of time. Minerals then seep through the wood and it forms into bluish color (red, black, or blue). The mineral composition of the wood depends were it is located and what minerals there was in that area.

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