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Help me identify this metamorphic rock /sci/
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It looks like granite to me. Granite can come in a lot of different colors and is an extremely popular material for making tombstones
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>metamorphic
no
Other anon is probably right, it’s some sort of granite. It’s hard to say for sure though since you decided to upload a far away, low quality image of the rock in question
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>>10647125
Looks like a migmatite with granitic composition. Not a true metamorphic rock as some got hot enough to melt

See pic for comparison
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thinly veiled homework thread
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>>10647125
Contact the dead person’s relatives and ask for the contact info of where they bought it. Pretend to be a free tombstone cleaner who doesn’t want to use chemicals which will damage that type of rock



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