Ok...this isn't anything paranormal, but I just wanted to ask people of suggestions of what this could be?
For the Australians here, I took this photo while bushwalking in the Carnarvon Gorge in Queensland a few years back. It was slightly off track near one of the side gorges. I found the pattern strange and it was as hard as rock. It looks man made to me, though this is odd considering the remoteness of the area.
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Posted 12 May 2012 - 12:47 PM
I agree with SW and I'm pretty sure "fossilisation" doesn't work that way ... does it? That is a real mystery.
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Posted 12 May 2012 - 02:32 PM
My first thought was feces.
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Posted 14 May 2012 - 10:52 AM
Yowie, on 12 May 2012 - 12:07 PM, said:
...I took this photo while bushwalking in the Carnarvon Gorge in Queensland a few years back. It was slightly off track near one of the side gorges. I found the pattern strange and it was as hard as rock. It looks man made to me, though this is odd considering the remoteness of the area.
Yes. My suggestion is simply to go to the Carnarvon Gorge National Park site, and email the information to the people who look after, and should be familiar with, the area and its denizens. If they don't know, I'm sure they could recommend a museum- or university-based expert.
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At first I thought it was Intesties. But they would have been eaten by Fox's or Crows, even small insects. Not to mention our population of Flys.
It could be Tree sap, or some form of Gell from some type of Fungus found on or even in the ground. Hence it was never eaten. And then just crystalized. Plenty of Humidity and heat to help the process up there.
QLD has a great deal of veried Forest vegitaion I noticed in my time up that way. Particually their fungi.
About the only think that wont harm you with some form of Spikes (which are mostly hidden). As I found lol.
Down here in the south, we get a Gell like substance that wells up from wet sand on our beach's. Many people confuse it for Jellyfish.
Id send a Photo to the QLD Natinal Parks and Wildlife an ask. Still could be an interesting discovery and learning experience.