Who found the largest sapphire?

Answer According to Guinness World Records, the largest carved sapphire was discovered on March 19, 2005, by Richard Sipe, Sr., in North Carolina. It displays blue, gold and grey colors and weights 80,500... Read More »

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Where are the largest diamonds found?

Although Russia is the world's top diamond-producing country, the largest diamonds are generally found in South Africa. Of the 10 largest diamonds in the world, seven were mined in South Africa and... Read More »

What is the largest geode found?

The largest geode ever found is the Almeria Geode, discovered in an old silver mine in Almeria, Spain, in 2000. The geode--26 feet long and 6 feet wide--is packed with gypsum prisms. Javier Garcia-... Read More »

What is the largest fossil ever found?

The fossil of a giant "sea monster," found in 2006 in Norway, is the largest fossil of its kind. The animal measured more than 50 feet long and had a mouth large enough to bite a car. This fossil s... Read More »

What is the name of the largest Tyrannosaurus rex fossil found?

"Sue," a 67-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton on display at Chicago's Field Museum, is the "largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex fossil ever discovered," according ... Read More »