Snakeskin stone is a fossilized stone found on the island of Madura, Indonesia. Despite its name, it is not in fact snake skin... the material is actually a fossil of the mouth palate of ancient wrasse fishes. Even some of today's wrasse species have hard grinding plates in their mouths that crumble coral rubble to extract delicious algae.
But what if it's really part of a mermaid's tail?
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Warning: Snakeskin does not glow in the dark! But dont worry, the Labradorite droplets do!