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Cougar Trap Thundereggs

So named because of the discovery of an illegal Cougar trap nearby (which was removed and reported), this is a recently discovered bed by by Jason Hinkle and friends. It is one of three very similar beds featuring a distinctly flattened form with a very pale yellowish and brittle matrix. The others, found nearby, are Wilson Creek Road and Hole In the Wall. These Cougar Trap stones also seem to be characteristed by a very simple grey agate - and very complex core boundary, with all sorts of growths and mineralisations.


Cougar TRap Thunderegg

Cougar Trap Thunderegg with Clear Banded Agate

Cougar Trap Thunderegg with Complex Core

Hollow Cougar Trap Thunderegg with Bubbly Agate

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