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Sheryll Matheson

I am going to have to research those areas with less gravity....that is one fascinating fact!!

Kara

Wow I didn't even know about that diamond, now I want one, lol

Linda Smith

Thanks for the information about ammolite! What fun today!

CatherineC

Ammolites are lovely but pricey!

Kristen Kirkland

I'm learning so much about Canada today :)

Pat M

Just like Canada. Beautiful

Janice

Beautiful gems from a gem of a country!

Amber M.

Canada is full of beautiful things :)

Dee Brown

Beautiful gems, just like your magazine xox

Barb macaskill

I hadn't heard of Amolites before this but what a beautiful gem! Almost like the Northern Lights in a stone! Absolutely breathtaking! TFS!

Patricia Steer

Learning new information this hour and enjoying the fun facts. Thank you.

BevB

Ammolites are beautiful!!! Happy 150 Canada Day.

Jacqueline

Great facts!

Karen Lingel

My favorite rock-related fact about Canada is that Newfoundland was part of west Africa back during supercontinent Rodinia (before Pangea.) Thanks for the opportunity to win.

bette

Happy 150th Sister Canada!

debra

Canada sparkles!

Kim Innis

I had never heard of ammolites, but they are gorgeous. Learning so much today.

Martine M.

Very nice pictures! Thanks for the fun facts and the chance to win!

Ana

Canadian bling! Great eh!

Pam Sohan

Would love to see ammonite in person, the picture is stunning. Happy Birthday Canada!

Michele Washburn

Ammolite is so beautiful! Happy Canada Day!

Jean marmo

Such fun facts.

gisele

amazing!

Cyndi B

I'd never heard about ammolites. Thanks for all the great info. I'll be on the look out for those now. Would be easier to find a copy of SCT tho 😉

Marg Gutland

You are just full of amazing facts about our country

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