Teen boy found a 7.44-carat diamond in Arkansas and has a plan for it


“He was really excited. The funny part is he had just played in a baseball tournament so he was pretty tired, but I think it took a day or two once he had gotten some sleep for it to fully sink in,” Kalel’s mom, Michelle Langford, told to the media. Kalel named it “Superman’s Diamond” and has a plan for the future: “He told us, ‘That’s what I’ll plan to use for college if I don’t get enough scholarships. And if I get enough scholarships then it can be a down payment for a house.” Diamonds occur in various colors including blue, yellow, green, orange, various shades of pink and red, brown, gray and black. The Golden Jubilee Diamond is the largest cut diamond in the world. It was found in 1985 as a rough stone of 755.5 carats (151 g) in the Premier mine in South Africa.


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