Science Friday (3/3): The largest geode found to date was found in the Parana Basin in South America. With crystals of up to 36" long, this geode weighs north of 2200 pounds.
There is a relatively recently disclosed one in Spain that might be a contender too, and even if it isn't, it is way cool! Site includes 5 minute video (it gets awesome at the 2 minute mark):
And I thought that 600 lb lady was fat on TLC.
While the Parana Basin is a great place to find very large geodes, the world's largest geode can be found in Ohio, of all places. Crystal Cave, which is on South Bass Island in Lake Erie, is a geode so large that several people can easily
fit inside it. Crystals in the cave are as long as 1m (~39"), leaving the cave with a maximum diameter of just under 11m (~35 ft).
You and your evil trickery. 😏😉👍
Hey! Be nice to Ohio
I am! I'm just saying that it's not where you'd expect to find this thing. Ohio is great. You have... And there's... um, go LeBron?
I must be wrong since Michigan is red