A man finds his 50th diamond of the year, the 35,000th, in an Arkansas park.

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! When a guy in Arkansas discovered a diamond at Crater of Diamonds State Park earlier this month, he accomplished two significant goals.

According to a press statement from Arkansas State Parks, Scott Kreykes of Dierks, Arkansas, discovered his 50th diamond of 2022, which also occurred to be the 35,000th diamond registered in the state park.

According to a news release, Kreykes has discovered and recorded more than 80 diamonds over the past four years, 50 of which he discovered this year at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas.

A MAN FIND IN ARKANSAS PARK A 2.38 CARAT DIAMOND

Kreykes made the decision to bring some of the sorted gravel home to go at earlier this month while he was sifting soil in the diamond search region.

According to park rules, visitors are permitted to take one five-gallon bucket of sifting gravel home each day.
On August 25, 1916, President Wilson established the National Park Service.

Kreykes discovered one tiny diamond at home while sorting through his gravel. According to a press statement, he presented it to the parks Diamond Discovery Center on September 6 to properly register it.

The diamond was recorded by

Scott Kreykes, of Dierks, Arkansas, found the 35,000th diamond to be registered in the Crater of Diamonds State Park. The stone is, a 4-point white diamond.

Park employees as an 4-point white diamond. . According to the press release, diamonds that are less than a carat are measured in points, with 100 points equaling one carat.

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