Fulgurites (from Latin Fulgar) lightening are produced by lightening striking exposed surfaces.
It has been estimated each flash realises an arc energy of 1 billion 30,000K, the peak currents measurer range 10KA to 100KA and last for only a few microseconds. This high energy will melt or vaporise the sands or rock with formation of amorphous glass named by A. Lacroix who studied this phenomenon since 1915. Lechateliente (after the French mining engineer Le Chastelier).
They are very fragile and are usually found in pieces.
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Created by lightning striking a large termite mound which was constructed using soil that contains a lot of iron