How come there is a flower-like pattern in rock in the sand?
The pattern, with a star in the middle, having 5 petals arranged by slashes. Simple geometric lines outline this pattern. The white, earth yellow, light orange color mixed brown color make it amazing.
The artistic flower-like layout surprises you, doesn’t it? Nature is the artist and time is the assistant.
This is a sea urchin fossil and also known as a sand dollar. It’s a miracle of Nature. The sea urchin fossil has been around for a long time.
Sea urchins have been buried underground for millions of years under tons of pressure before exposure. The remains of a prehistoric organism preserved in petrified form.
The sea urchin transforms as times goes by and displays itself as a form of a flower-like fossil. It might not be existing forever due to weathering and exposure, but it will remain beautiful until it disappears.