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Fisherman Hides Massive 34kg Pearl For Ten Years (4 pics)

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  • 24 Aug, 2016  |
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An unnamed fisherman found this 34kg pearl worth $100 million ten years ago and he kept it under his bed as a good luck charm. The man had no clue that his pearl was worth. When his house burned down earlier this year a Filipino tourist officer saw the pearl and he was stunned. It's said that the pearl could possibly be the largest in the world.

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№1 Author: loveandhate (24 Aug 2016 01:24) Total user comments: 1571


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how is that a pearl really
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№2 Author: kryptor (24 Aug 2016 10:33) Total user comments: 4722


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Natural Pearls form when an irritant - usually a parasite and not the proverbial grain of sand - works its way into an oyster, mussel, or clam. As a defense mechanism, a fluid is used to coat the irritant. Layer upon layer of this coating, called 'nacre', is deposited until a lustrous pearl is formed.
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