In the Philippines, a fisherman found a 34-pound gem worth $100 million

Foreign media reported that the largest pearl in the world completely by chance caught a fisherman on the coast of the Palawan island (Philippines). It happened about 10 years ago.

During a storm the boat of the Filipino caught the shell by the anchor and the fisherman dived to clear it. The man didn’t understand the value of their findings and kept the gem as a talisman.

The cost of a 34-killogramovy the findings revealed after the fisherman brought the pearl to the staff of the Department of tourism in Puerto Princesa.

According to the employee of the Agency Eileen Sinaii, Amurao, experts estimated the cost of the pearl is almost $ 100 million. Later, a remarkable discovery of a fisherman needs to certify scientists gemologists.

23 August pearl showed the public. Island authorities hope that the discovery of the fisherman will attract tourists to the city.




In the Philippines, a fisherman found a 34-pound gem worth $100 million 23.08.2016

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