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Pyromorphite
Pyromorphite
Minerals are beautiful. Meet some people who collect them with a passion.
Minerals are essential. From minerals, we extract the elements and metals we use in our daily lives.Native Gold
Native gold
 
Minerals hold perhaps the secret of the technological advances we will benefit from in the future. Read about some researchers who probe right into the heart of the atom.
 
Quartz
Quartz
Diopside
Diopside
 
So learning about minerals makes sense and it is fun too.
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The fascinating world of minerals

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