Coconut Geode Charms: Exploring Nature's Cracked Coconut

Coconut Geodes are naturally occurring rocks that range in shape from spherical to irregular and begin their formation as hollow bubbles within layers of rock. These bubbles can originate from various sources such as volcanic lava, abandoned animal burrows, or decomposed tree roots. When an animal vacates its burrow or a tree root decays, it leaves behind a void surrounded by layers of sediment, which over time undergoes pressure-induced lithification, transforming the surrounding sediment into rock. Similar to Coconut Geodes formed by volcanic activity, mineral-rich water permeates the hardened bubble, allowing for the growth of crystals inside.