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Australian finds a gold nugget for $ 100,000 with a metal detector
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The Australian discovered a gold nugget weighing 1.4 kg (49 ounces) with a metal detector during his travels through the Golden fields of Western Australia, locals say.
A shop in Kalgoorlie shared photos of the rock online, the cost of which is estimated at 100 000 Australian dollars (54 000 pounds; 69 000 us dollars).
The unidentified man was an experienced local Amateur, told BBC store owner Matt cook.
Experts say that findings of this magnitude by researchers occur several times a year.
About three-quarters of the gold mined in Australia is mined in and around Kalgoorlie.
Mr. Cook, who owns a store that sells gold reserves to miners, said that this man found this item in some apartments of salt blocks, about 45 cm (18 inches) below the surface.
“He walked into my store and showed me a nugget in his hand with a big smile on his face,” Cook told the BBC.
“It’s a bit more than a packet of smoke, and the density of it was incredible, so heavy.”
According to Professor Sam Spearing, Director of the Western Australian Mining school at the University of Curtin, small traces of gold are more common finds in the region.
“Along with the mines, many people walk the streets as scouts as a hobby. Other people do it on a regular basis,” Professor Spring said.
“Most of the gold found is in the category of less than half an ounce, but they find it quite often