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Mundrabilla   contributed by Matthias Baermann   MetBul Link
 


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Photos by Andreas Gren, Hamburg.   Copyright Andreas Gren, Hamburg.
330 grams.   Iron, IAB-ung

TKW 24 MT. Observed fall: no. Found 1911, Western Australia.

Read more in the "Handbook of Iron Meteorites" by Buchwald, Vagn F. (1975), volume 3, page 858


Matthias writes:
Individual with a somehow haunted shape reminiscent of a bear, a prehistoric goddess of fertility, or something completely different. The weird shape was caused by weathered troilite inclusions. The forms, especially of iron meteorites, are often of such a complexity that, in its multiplicity of various possible perspectives, it can only compared with that of cubist sculpture.
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Found at the arrow (green or red) on the map below

 


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Benjamin P. Sun
 10/13/2017 11:29:03 AM
Beautiful sculpture specimen. Yes looks like a pregnant mother :)
Matthias
 10/13/2017 5:28:54 AM
Michael, you could easily take it as a Gummib*r, but believe me: you'd need a good dentist, then
Michael Hofmann
 10/13/2017 4:37:31 AM
Gummib*r! Very nice Piece Andi ;)
Matthias
 10/12/2017 2:20:16 PM
Yes, I agree: this one is definitely time-sculpted. Thank you.
Ben Fisler
 10/12/2017 1:17:32 PM
Alien Life-Form. I love it!
Wilford Krantz
 10/12/2017 6:50:42 AM
Fun-drabilla!
Stephen Amara
 10/12/2017 5:26:54 AM
That is amazing!! I love that this could not have been achieved without the weather here on earth and lots of time.
 
 


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