Tanzanite can be obtained only in Tanzania
*Translated by Google Translate. Sorry for the incorrect grammar.
I found a giant tanzanite gem and was talking about a miner who became a millionaire overnight.
The ore sold for about 320 million yen. It seems that the largest tanzanite gem ever mined was 3.3 kilograms…
This time it seems to be 9.2 kg and 5.8 kg, which seems to exceed the record so far.
Tanzania is a member of the British Commonwealth and its official name is the Republic of Tanzania.
Adjacent countries… Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique.
That’s a little-known fact… a country where the jewelery industry thrives and produces a wide variety of rare stones, variants and new species.
Diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds are mainly mined in Tanzania. And a stone that can only be mined in this world… [Tanzanite]. It’s very beautiful with blue ore (˘ω˘)
The rarest stone in the world
[Tanzanite] was found in the Simandiro district of Tanzania.
In some parts of Tanzania, it seems to occur only under special circumstances. The probability of being found in other environments is said to be 1 in 1 million.
It is a probability that it can be called an ore only for tanzanite.
by the way…
The probability of a lightning strike on a person is 1 in 10 million.
The odds of winning a jumbo lottery at the end of the year are 1 in 20 million.
Other probabilities are too low,
See you again (・∀・)
*The image is diamond, ruby [red] sapphire [blue] emerald [green].
*The image is acquired and processed at https://pixabay.com/ja/.