Fire Opal by:hannah s.

Fire opal is an igneous rock.

The part that's called the fire opal is the redness in it.

The opal looks like lava sometimes.

You can use it in many ways like braclets, but

Charmes ,

And necklaces.

You can find fire opal in the areas in the next three pictures.

Rapids,

Rocky areas,

And where there is lots of trees.

Since fire opal is so delacate you should keep it protected from heat and bright light to keep it from drying out or cracking.

the luster of this rock is shiny.

The rock is so hard that if you banged it lightly on your skin then you would get a browse.

FUN FACTS

This rock is used for jewarey

This rock is very rare

Fire opal is found in Mexico and Jalisco.

Fire opal is Mexicos country rock.

The green parts in fire opal is regular opal.

this is regular opal.

And this is fire opal.

Credits:

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