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Fossils have been found here dating back to the late Carboniferous period ( approximately 310 million years ago) when Scotland was near the equator and had humid swampy conditions . Have an interest in geology (though know next-to-nothing) and to the untrained eye these rocks in situ on the beach look like they could be fossilised/petrified wood 🪵 - but don’t know. It was interesting searching for them nevertheless, and wondering about their origins. - Kingsbarns Beach 的圖片或影像

照片:Fossils have been found here dating back to the late Carboniferous period ( approximately 310 million years ago) when Scotland was near the equator and had humid swampy conditions . Have an interest in geology (though know next-to-nothing) and to the untrained eye these rocks in situ on the beach look like they could be fossilised/petrified wood 🪵 - but don’t know. It was interesting searching for them nevertheless, and wondering about their origins.

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Fossils have been found here dating back to the late Carboniferous period ( approximately 310 million years ago) when Scotland was near the equator and had humid swampy conditions . Have an interest in geology (though know next-to-nothing) and to the untrained eye these rocks in situ on the beach look like they could be fossilised/petrified wood 🪵 - but don’t know. It was interesting searching for them nevertheless, and wondering about their origins.
Fossils have been found here dating back to the late Carboniferous period ( approximately 310 million years ago) when Scotland was near the equator and had humid swampy conditions . Have an interest in geology (though know next-to-nothing) and to the untrained eye these rocks in situ on the beach look like they could be fossilised/petrified wood 🪵 - but don’t know. It was interesting searching for them nevertheless, and wondering about their origins.
Fossils have been found here dating back to the late Carboniferous period ( approximately 310 million years ago) when Scotland was near the equator and had humid swampy conditions . Have an interest in geology (though know next-to-nothing) and to the untrained eye these rocks in situ on the beach look like they could be fossilised/petrified wood 🪵 - but don’t know. It was interesting searching for them nevertheless, and wondering about their origins.
Fossils have been found here dating back to the late Carboniferous period ( approximately 310 million years ago) when Scotland was near the equator and had humid swampy conditions . Have an interest in geology (though know next-to-nothing) and to the untrained eye these rocks in situ on the beach look like they could be fossilised/petrified wood 🪵 - but don’t know. It was interesting searching for them nevertheless, and wondering about their origins.
An interesting mixture of dark golden sand like Demerara sugar, and striking rock formation, and rock pools. It’s reported that fossils are found in this area, and certainly some of the rocks really looked like fossilised wood, but I’m no expert. Lots of sea-weed further south beside the golf-course ( and quite pongy too)
An interesting mixture of dark golden sand like Demerara sugar, and striking rock formation, and rock pools. It’s reported that fossils are found in this area, and certainly some of the rocks really looked like fossilised wood, but I’m no expert. Lots of sea-weed further south beside the golf-course ( and quite pongy too)
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