Tugtupite

Tugtupite is a crystal very closely related to Sodalite, and the two can often be found growing together. Tugtupite is tenebrescent, which means that upon exposure to sunlight it will change colour from a pale pink to a much deeper shade. It was first found in Greenland in the late 1950s, and takes its name from the Tugtup area of Greenland where it was discovered..

Alternative Names Reindeer Stone
Colour Pink
Hardness 4
Crystal system Tetragonal
Streak White
Lustre Vitreous, Waxy, Greasy, Dull
Main Locations Greenland, Canada, Russia
Chakra Heart, Crown
Zodiac Leo
Numerology Unknown
Planetary Unknown
Element Spirit

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