Is this Kimberlite?!?!

mellyninja

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Hey y'all I live about 30 miles from Crater of Diamond State Park in Arkansas and my parents just bought a ton of new land along with a small house on the property. Its on a creek and I have noticed a ton of these weird looking rocks and was wondering if they were kimberlite since we are so close. At first I thought I found gold in the rock since they all had mica on them but was just wondering.
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Thanks so much!!!!!!
 

austin

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Yhink it's just limestone, but there is an easy way to find out. Grab a couple of rocks and cruise down to Crater of Diamonds and ask them. Pretty sure they will know...
 

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smokeythecat

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Could easily be, due to the green probably Olivene "eyes" in it. Yes, take some down to the park and let them look at it.
 

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