Two brothers find a rare stone 500 times more expensive than gold in Australia

Australia-ALSHARQIYA   March  29 : British brothers Isaac and Sophia Andreu found a rare "opal" stone, a semi-transparent sparkling gem, during their first voyage to detect metals in Queensland, Australia.
The stone, which was found by the two brothers, was one of the most brilliant gemstones, and was valued at £ 700,000.
"It includes every color of the rainbow and every color imaginable," Sophia said.
Experts point out that 90% of the world's "opals" are located in the Australian outback, and that their commercial value is 500 times more expensive than gold.


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