Untangling the Devil's Corkscrew

In the late 1800s, paleontologists in Nebraska found huge coils of hardened sand stuck deep in the earth. Local ranchers called them Devil's Corkscrews and scientists called them Daemonelix. It was clear these corkscrews were created by some form of life, but what?

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+4 1. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Well they say you learn something everyday, I had never heard of these before, very interesting indeed, thanks Suxi. :) I have to say I was waiting for them to find a giant wine bottle. :D