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Rock or mineral It is mineral
Limestone Limestone is a very common sedimentary rock of biochemical origin Limestone is Sedimentary because its has different layers Limestone is one of the brightest rocks.
You would find limestone in the Mediterranean and Europe. Limestone in nature is most often found near the Mediterranean and Europe Where you would find in nature?
What it is made from Limestone is made out of the zillions of little tiny shells It also has little tiny creatures
What are the different types. There are Travertine is a different type There are others to like kumara
the people that worked on the project Morgan marc
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