Craters of Diamonds State Park, diamond hunting

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Mike Ellison of Murfreesboro dumps his saruka.

Melissa Oliver (right) examines the contents of a large screen as a couple works their high grade in the adjoining tub. The Olivers, from Rosston, Ark. come every weekend. They have found more than 60 diamonds.
Margi Jenks verifies a stone is indeed a diamond, then weighs and photographs the find. Visitors receive a certificate of authenticity for their finds. Because of their unusual hardness and beauty, Arkansas diamonds are considered one of the most desireable found anywhere.

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