- Meteorite Type: Iron, IIIAB
- Weight: 259.8 grams
- Approximate Measurements: 71 mm x 57 mm x 39 mm
- Additional Information: Individual
Out of stock
Wolf Creek, in the wilds of Western Australia, is one of only about 15 craters on Earth that have produced recoverable meteorites and is also one of the oldest, with an age of ~300,000 years. It was made famous by a horror film of the same name and is revered by Aborigines as a site of mythic importance. Meteorite hunting is no longer allowed at the site, making these old-collection specimens a must for those who are intrigued by crater-forming irons.