Geological Bacon Strip
Bacon is a form of pork, and its use as food predates recorded history. There are early written references to pig on the island of Crete in Greece as far back as the 10th century, and Romans would have seen it as a kind of cured sausage.
But what we’re sure everyone can agree is that this rock looks mightily similar to a strip of bacon. The best part is that it’s probably as crunchy as real bacon, but we wouldn’t be willing to sink our teeth into this petrified piece of pork belly fat. We’ll let you know if we become hungry enough.