Found 12,000 Year-Old “Floating” Rock

Nature sometimes does weird, amazing, things!

Floating RockRare sight: The 12,000-year-old floating stone. (Photo: Mogens Eskesen / NRK)

In the village of Ljosland in Åseral, Vest-Agder County, you can experience a spectacular sight: A 12,000-year-old floating rock.

When Mogens Eskesen and his wife were hiking in the Ljosland Mountains, they caught sight of something special. A large rock “hovered” above the ground, only with the support of three smaller stones.

– We have never seen it before, though we have walked along the path several times. Nor have I ever heard of others who have seen it, he tells NRK.

Eskesen took several photos of it, and he does not believe it is made as a prank.

– I guess it has been here since the last Ice Age.

He is indeed right.

Ole Fridtjof Frigstad is a retired geologist and has previously worked at Agder Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden. He is amazed after seeing…

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