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Posted in response to Rock with wet clay inside from Danielle Smith on February 05, 2013 at 02:24:46:

Re: Rock with wet clay inside

Danielle, not knowing what type of "rock" you have I can only guess, but suspect the rock already had a crack that allowed moisture to seep in. Clay, in an enclosed container, such as the inside of a hollow rock, will stay moist for long periods of time between rains, or other wettings, when the moisture is replenished. If the property where the rock was uncovered rested near an area river, moisture seeping into a crack would be even more evident.

From John D Gonzales-Lusk - February 08, 2013 at 23:59:33
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