Finding and Cutting Agatized Coral Geodes Found While SCUBA Diving in a Georgia River!

This stuff is WAY too much fun! Southern Georgia and Northern Florida were part of a shallow sea full of coral reefs somewhere around 20 million years ago. There are rivers that cut through layers of sediment and expose these ancient corals in the river bottom. Through the fossilization process, these corals have become incredibly amazing Geodes full of beautiful botryoidal agate, chalcedony, and crystals! We went scuba diving for these fossil corals, and then took them to Cris's house to cut them on his saw. There's nothing more exciting that revealing the inner beauty of these ancient coral geodes. Each one is a surprise! Hope you enjoy, and thanks for watching!

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I am a Fossil Hunter, Rockhound, Antique Bottle Hunter, Treasure Hunter, and Songwriter! I take my camera on all my Treasure Hunting adventures so I can take y'all out in the great outdoors with me! We are lucky to call this incredible planet home, where a wealth of historic and prehistoric treasures await to be found. Thanks for checking out my content. Hope you enjoy!

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