- Meteorite Type: Iron, IIIAB
- Weight: 1122.8 grams
- Approximate Measurements: 104 mm x 75 mm x 92 mm
- Additional Information: Crater-forming
Out of stock
Australia’s largest meteorite crater is also one of the most spectacular and best preserved on Earth. The impactor is thought to have hit our planet at least 300,000 years ago. Wolf Creek specimens are weathered into strange and intriguing amorphous shapes, display an attractive rose and ginger patina, and are one of our planet’s oldest known meteorites. Hunting at the crater is now illegal, and this extremely difficult-to-acquire meteorite is a must for collectors of crater-forming irons.
This unusually large specimen displays the chracteristic brain-like shape often seen in sizeable complete individuals of this ancient and intriguing meteorite. The last large example in our inventory.