It shouldn't come as quite a surprise that a teen found a diamond in Arkansas' appropriately named Crater of Diamonds State Park, but the size of the rock is what's stunning.
Tana Clymer, a 14-year-old from Oklahoma City who was vacationing with her family over the weekend, found a 3.85-carat diamond in the Murfreesboro park, according to The Oklahoman. She's calling it "God's Jewel."
Tana Clymer found a 3.8-carat diamond in an Arkansas state park over the weekend. (Image source: Crater of Diamonds State Park via The Oklahoman video screenshot)
The yellow diamond is likely worth thousands of dollars.
“At first I thought it was a marble until I laid it in my hand,” Clymer told the newspaper. “Then, I knew it was something.”
This yellow diamond is one of about 400 that have been found in the state park this year, according to an official. (Image source: Crater of Diamonds State Park via The Oklahoman video screenshot)
Joan Ellison, Arkansas State Parks spokeswoman, said about 400 diamonds have been found in the park in this year alone, but not all are the size and quality of the one found by Clymer, The Oklahoman reported.
This photo provided by Crater of Diamonds State Park shows the 2.13-carat, champagne brown diamond Clay Jarvis found at the Arkansas park on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013. (AP/Crater of Diamonds State Park)
Diamonds and other gems are relatively popular finds at the more than 37-acre park, which has a finders keepers policy.
Watch The Oklahoman's report about the recent lucky find: