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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Gender

men74%
women75%
in caves
7%
6%
in coal mines
3%
2%
in deserts
74%
75%
in extinct volcanoes
14%
15%

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