Yes it does.
Diamond mines are found in Russia, Africa, Canada, Australia, India, Brazil and even in USA.
Many places on earth are rich with diamond mines, including countries in Africa, Brazil, Australia, India, Canada, Russia and more.
From the list of diamond mines, below, it appears that Northwest Territories is the location of the most mines.
There are 11 major producing diamond countries in the world today. The Catoca Diamond Mine in Angola, for example, is the 4th largest diamond mine in the world and is one of about 35 active diamond mines in Africa, Russia, Australia, Borneo, and Canada.
there is no magnifing glass in diamond mines!
Diamond mines are used for mining diamonds.
There are no productive diamond mines in USA.
There are 7 diamond mines in Canada. There are 4 in the Northwest Territories, 2 in Nunavut and 1 in Ontario.
yes there is golds and diamond mines in Ghana
The white Jewel is in the diamond mines
The diamond with the symbol on it.
Yes, there are gold mines and yes, there are diamond mines. The two resources have not been mined from the same mine.
Found in the mines of India.
You go to Big Zeke in the Safari and go through the Diamond Mines.
Because the diamond mines have not been exhausted, it is not possible to predict how many more remain to be mined.
Your answer depends on the diamond mine you reference. Most diamond mines are owned by different companies. For example, in Canada, from their Wikipedia page: "The mine is owned by a joint venture between the Rio Tinto and Dominion Diamond Corporation, and is operated by Diavik Diamond Mines Inc., a subsidiary of Rio Tinto Group." In Australia, the Argyle Mine is owned by the Rio Tinto Group. In Russia, the Udachnaya pipe is owned by Alrosa. In Africa, The (Botswana) Orapa diamond mine is owned by Debswana.
James Franklin has written: 'On the diamond mines of Panna in Bundelkhand' -- subject(s): Mines and mineral resources, Diamond mines and mining
no it does not
There are no significant diamond mines in Egypt, certainly none in Cairo.
Diamond mines are formed by mankind using earth movers, dynamite, and other mining techniques. Diamond mines are dug around volcanic pipes which erupt bringing diamonds closer to the earth's surface.
I do not believe there are any diamond mines not only in Arizona, but it would be pretty hard to find one anywhere in the USA.
No. Kimberly Clark is a consumer products conglomerate: Kimberley Diamond Mines is in the mining business.
use your magnifying glass and hold it over diamond