Chemical Formula: (SiO2)
Ocean Jasper is a rare mineral, mined in only one place in the world, the Mine of Marovato on the Ambolobozo Peninsula of Madagascar. It is called Ocean Jasper because the deposits are part of the coastline, and can only be reached by boat and removed only during low tide.
This stone is recognizable by its concentric rings of color, earning an alternative name of “orbicular ocean jasper.” The most common shades are greens and whites, with the less common shades of pinks and yellows also appearing in some specimens
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