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|
|Lustre||Vitreous, Waxy, Greasy, Dull|
|Main Locations||Greenland, Canada, Russia|
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