Where do diamonds come from?
Naturally-occurring diamonds are brought close to the Earth's surface by magma during deep volcanic eruptions. Some of the magma cools into pipe-shaped igneous rocks known as kimberlites and lamproites, some of which yield diamonds. Russia, Botswana and the Congo are the primary producers.
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