Earlier this summer, 12-year-old Boy Scout Michael Dettlaff found a 5.16-carat diamond in Arkansas' Crater of Diamonds State Park.
His lucky find inspired Oklahoma teen Tana Clymer to visit the park and hope for a similar find.
Her trip to Arkansas paid off. On Saturday, two hours after she began sifting through dirt at the park, 14-year-old Clymer discovered a jellybean-size yellow diamond.
"Then, when I touched it, I thought it was a marble," she said. "I think God pointed me to it. I was about to sprint to join my family, and God told me to slow down and look. Then I found the diamond."
Clymer named the 3.85-carat canary diamond the God's Jewel diamond. Its value is not yet known.
And because of the park's finders-keepers policy, the diamond is hers to keep.
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"No two diamonds are alike, and each diamond finder's story is unique, too," assistant park superintendent Bill Henderson said in a statement.
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