- The rocks, which were found in the state of Sonora, have a chlorine odour
- They produce a change in colour in materials such as paper and cardboard
- A lab in Copper del Mayo, Mexico, is currently testing samples of the material
Mysterious rocks that shine and emit a strange vapour have been discovered in Mexico.
The rock fragments, which were found in the state of Sonora, emit vapours that are said to have a chlorine-like odour.
The emanating gas has also been reported to produce a colour change in materials including paper and cardboard.
Brazil Weird News has reported the discovery of unusual shining vapourous rocks in Mexico. The rocks, which were found in the state of Sonora, emit vapours that are said to have a chlorine odour.
‘We don't know what these rocks are but mining companies operating in the region are interested in analysing them in their laboratories,’ said technical secretary of Novojoa's Civil Defence, Juan Manuel Ramirez Sandoval, according to the Brazil Weird News report.
According to the commander of the region’s Fire Department, the public are concerned about the damaging effects that these rocks may pose.
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