Did you know a rare plant has just been found that sniffs out diamonds?
Scientists have just discovered a rare plant that only appears to grow directly above kimberlite pipes, conical columns of clay like rock left by eruptions, which historically brought diamonds to earth’s surface.
The plant, known as Pandanus candelabrum, is the first plant known to specifically identify ‘diamond bearing kimberlite’. There are other plants known to identify where other ores can be abundant such as copper, but this is the first to identify diamonds.
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