Fossil Petrified Wood is found in many parts of the world, most commonly perceived to be from Arizona, US. Other significant places known for Petrified Wood
include Madagascar, Brazil, and Indonesia. Madagascar produces, by far,
the largest commercial quantity of brown petrified wood sold on the
Norcross-Madagascar works several Petrified Wood Forest properties,
they control and operate (located inside their Quartz and Agate
fields), near the village of Ankondromena. This region is located near
Madagascar's West (Central) Coast, beside the recently discovered
Madagascar Oil Sands.