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Roughly 8 months ago I was hiking along a trail in New Hampshire and stopped to take a break. It was at a stream crossing and I peered into the stream to look for interesting rocks and came upon this one. It appears to be some kind of rock/metal incased in another rock or some sort of hardened substance. Almost like it was created with volcanic activity. This rock being found in New Hampshire tells me it most likely wasn’t form with volcanic activity. I’m hoping someone can help me identify what I’ve got here.

Thanks so much





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Weathering Rind basic description

https://sites.wustl.edu/meteoritesite/items/rinds-and-coatings/ tons of photo examples and lots of emphasis on how these are often mistaken for meteorites

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