Where are such formations usually found?

in caves
in coal mines
in deserts
in extinct volcanoes
Desert rose is the col­lo­qui­al name given to rosette for­ma­tions of crystal clusters of gypsum or baryte which contain abundant included sand grains. Desert roses occur when the crystals form in arid sandy con­di­tion­s, such as the evap­o­ra­tion of a shallow salt basin.

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in caves
in coal mines
in deserts
in extinct volcanoes
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flagFinland
0%
0%
100%
0%
88
flagAustria
2%
0%
94%
2%
37
flagthe United Arab Emirates
1%
4%
90%
3%
62
flagItaly
5%
2%
83%
8%
72
flagSpain
6%
2%
81%
9%
43
flagthe Netherlands
3%
1%
80%
14%
107
flagCzech Republic
3%
7%
78%
10%
28
flagPoland
7%
2%
74%
14%
22422
flagthe United Kingdom
7%
3%
73%
14%
620
flagGermany
9%
1%
73%
14%
280
flagGreece
4%
4%
72%
16%
43
flagRepublic of Ireland
8%
5%
71%
13%
91
flagFrance
10%
5%
70%
14%
78
flagSweden
13%
2%
65%
16%
43
flagNorway
10%
5%
63%
20%
58
flagthe United States
16%
7%
61%
13%
488
flagUnknown
9%
5%
57%
28%
1354
flagIndia
14%
11%
46%
24%
78
flagAustralia
18%
11%
44%
25%
27
flagCanada
31%
7%
36%
21%
38

Gender

men69%
women78%
in caves
7%
5%
in coal mines
3%
2%
in deserts
69%
78%
in extinct volcanoes
19%
13%

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Author: Carlos Salto
Illustration: Thomas Bresson
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