Found in Australia, 1911
A remarkable Australian iron, Mundrabillas are known for their unusual zoomorphic shapes. During its long flight through our atmosphere, soft areas of the meteorite melted away leaving behind a weird and wonderful animal-like resemblance. We lovingly refer to them as alien animal crackers. Mundrabilla displays an attractive etch pattern and is found in a very remote part of Western Australia, known as the Nullarbor Plain. It is such an unusual iron meteorite that it does not fit with any know class as is described as ungrouped (UNG). All specimens are as-found, with an orange/ochre patina.
All of our Mundrabilla meteorites have legal export permits from Australia.