(BBC) – A diamond discovered at an Arkansas state park has been dubbed "Bud" by the man who discovered it. "That's for 'Big, Ugly Diamond,'" said David Anderson, a lucky tourist from Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Anderson found the 3.29-carat brown diamond on 4 March at Crater of Diamonds State Park.
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One or two diamonds are found every day at the park, which permits visitors to keep the diamonds they find. The gem was found on a Saturday trip to the park's 37.5-acre diamond searching zone, park officials said in a news release on Wednesday.
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