As if there weren't enough things to worry about, here are some rocks that can kill.
Deadliest rocks on the planet niume.com|
They look pretty on the outside but some of these stones are one of the most toxic and potentially deadly rocks on the planet. 1. Chalcanthite
Chalcanthite crystals broken down and introduced to water weakens and kills both animal and plant life by shutting down their vital functions. In this form, it was used formerly to clear ponds of plant growth.2. Arsenopyrite
Sometimes mistaken for fool's gold, arsenopyrite is arsenic iron sulfide. Heating it releases the lethal gas, but just handling it alone can bring you into contact with the poison. Always wash your hands before you eat.3. Chrysotile (Asbestos)
Asbestos destroys human lungs and causes cancer with its tiny crystals that become airborne. Among its lovely effects, those unlucky enough to breath in some of it can expect lung irritation and scarring.4. Cinnabar
Cinnabar is one of the most toxic ro…
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