A California geologist found the face of the famous Cookie Monster inside of a rare volcanic rock while on a research trip in Brazil.
Mike Bowers first found the egg-shaped rock back in November of 2020. On the outside, the rock is light brown in color and looks like any other ordinary rock.
When Bowers opened up the rock, he saw that the inside had blue quartz crystals that somehow perfectly outlined the face of Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster on both sides. The outline portrayed white, round eyes and a perfectly large smile.
The rare volcanic rock has a Cookie Monster face on both sides. (Photo Courtesy of Mike Bowers Facebook)
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