Annelid traces in sandstone (Lauhanvuori, National Parks)
Creeping marks of Annelids or ringed worms have been found from the sandstone of Lauhanvuori. These worms lived at the ancient seashore over 600 million years ago. The trace fossils tell about the time when life was slowly spreanding from sea to dry land.
The video features a 3D-scanned stone sample from the collections of the Geological Survey of Finland. Traces of Annelid crawling can be seen on the surface of the stone. They meander on the surface of petrified ancient beach sand. Two pieces of fossil-bearing stones have been found in Lauhanvuori. They are in the collections of the Geological Survey of Finland in Espoo.
Nearby attractions: The tor formations of Aumakalliot, Aumakivi tor corestone, The Kivijata of Huhtakorpi, Kaivolammi lake, Springtime in Peräkorpi, The southern end of Kivijata boulder field, Kivijata stone field, Kivijata then and now, The highest post-glacial shoreline, The Lauhankangas highest shoreline, Old sandstone mining pits of Korsukangas, The boulder field of Korsukankaan kivijata, Kuivajärvi - a lake that disappears, The day trip hut of Kärkikeidas, Lauhanvuori National Park promotional video, The observation tower of Lauhanvuori, Lauhanvuori-Hämeenkangas Geopark, The lean-to shelter of Leikkistenkangas, Signs of an earthquake long ago, Wild Forest Reindeer, Peräkorpi mires and shore formations from above, The seasonal wetland of Peräkorpi, Duckboard trail on the Peräkorpi spruce mire, Lake Spitaalijärvi, Spitaalijärvi from above
Coordinates (WGS84): 62.15275, 22.17422
Keywords: Geokohde, Virtuaaliopaste, Video