|Sanikiluaq is a long thin island group
found in Hudson Bay. Sanikiluaq is part of the new territory of Nunavut , a self-governing Inuit region in northern Canada
The stone there is
sedimentary, formed from layers of sediment compressing.
All stone found in Sanikiluaq are layered, some more subtly than others. A dark patch in
the stone indicates it is metamorphosing.
Most of the rock is limestone, which is
generally lime green in colour, but Charcoal grey and black pieces can also be found as a
result of carbon in the stone.
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