Okenite was discovered in 1828 by German naturalist, Lorenz Oken. This mineral resembles a cotton ball because the extremely thin and delicate crystals form in clusters. When the inner lining of volcanic bubbles are lined with the “cotton” of okenite, they then are called Okenite Geodes.


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