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Bantak Petrified Forest Park World's largest fossil tree, Tak, Western Thailand

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Bantak Petrified Forest Park, Tak, Western Thailand

Petrified wood is classified as a fossil type - a natural Phenomenon which occurs when a dead tree deeply buried underground is replaced by silica dissolved in ground water.

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Bantak Petrified Forest Park, World's largest fossil tree in Bantak Petrified Forest Park
The solutions of silica are then precipitated and left in each molecule making the entire tree gradually turn into stone (petrifield), without changing its natural structure and form of the wood.

The silica replacing the wood may take the forms of opal and chalcedony, both of which help make the petrifield wood colorful and beautiful. Through the process of Petri faction, the structure of the cells of the wood is preserved in excellent condition with is annual rings, bark, roots and branches.

Bantak Petrified Forest Park, Tak, Western Thailand

Bantak Petrified Forest Park, Tak, Western Thailand

Bantak Petrified Forest Park, Tak, Western Thailand


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Driving Directions (Road Map): Tak to Bantak Petrified Forest Park

From Tak to Bantak Petrified Forest Park.

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From Bangkok to Tak City Center (Tak Provincial Hall).


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