The world’s largest luminous pearl is not a true pearl, but a sphere of glow-in-the-dark fluorite. It is called the Yemengzhu, which means “Legendary Luminous Pearl” in Chinese. It weighs 6 tons and is about 1.6 meters high. It is currently being exhibited in Wenchang, Hainan province, China.
The Yemengzhu was discovered in a mine in the Yunnan province of China in 2007. It took three years to grind the fluorite into a sphere. The Chinese believe that the Yemengzhu is a lucky charm and that it will bring good fortune to its owner.
The Yemengzhu is a rare and valuable specimen. It is a reminder of the beauty and wonder of the natural world. It is also a testament to the ingenuity and craftsmanship of the people who created it.
According to the Internet