Palm Root Fossil
Palm root fossils have been found in various locations in Indonesia, including Sumatra, Java, and Kalimantan.
These fossils date back to the Miocene period, approximately 23 to 5.3 million years ago.
The fossils are typically preserved in sedimentary rocks.
The size and shape of the roots can vary depending on the species, and some specimens have been found to be over a meter long.
Palm root fossils in Indonesia provide valuable clues about the ancient environment and the organisms that lived there.
They are believed to help with grounding, stability, and strength, as well as providing a connection to the earth and promoting a sense of calmness.
Additionally, these fossils are thought to aid in meditation and spiritual growth, as they can help one connect with their inner self and become more aware of their surroundings.
Some people also use them for protection and to ward off negative energy.