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So here’s the thing; the earth is a bit over 4 billion years old, and stromatolites have been around for 3.2 billion (by comparison, the dinosaurs died out 0.06 billion years ago)
If that sort of statistic blows your mind; go and see the stromatolites;...More
Who wold have guessed, only this part of Australia boasts both the oldest rocks on he planet AND the oldest living life form, he stromatolites. Take a short stroll down to Lake Thetis and marvel at these ancient life forms. The area has been expertly...More
You need some imagination to picture how old and how alive the stromatolites are. But once you do, you will really appreciate what you see as u walk from the red-soil car park to the edge of the lake. Enjoyable short diversion to or from...More
Interesting walk, about 1.5km around the lake. This is our second visit and last time there wasn’t as much water so we saw the stromatolites a little better. If driving through worth the walk to stretch your legs