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There are a limited number of commercially available diamond mines currently operating in the world, with the 50 largest mines accounting for approximately 90% of global supply. Diamonds are also mined alluvially over disperse areas, where diamonds have been eroded out of the ground, deposited, and concentrated by water or weather action. There is also at least one example of a heritage diamond mine (Crater of Diamonds State Park).

Africa



Angola

*Catoca diamond mine *Fucauma diamond mine *Luarica diamond mine

Botswana

*Damtshaa diamond mine *Jwaneng diamond mine *Letlhakane diamond mine *Orapa diamond mine *Karowe diamond mine *Lerala diamond mine

South Africa

*Baken diamond mine *Cullinan diamond mine (previously "Premier mine") *Finsch diamond mine *Kimberley, Northern Cape *Koffiefontein mine *Venetia diamond mine

Others

*Baba Diamond Fields, Zimbabwe *Marange diamond fields, Zimbabwe *Murowa diamond mine, Zimbabwe *Williamson diamond mine, Tanzania *Letseng diamond mine, Lesotho *Miba, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Asia



Russia

*Mirny GOK * *Udachny GOK *Jubilee *Grib *Aikhal *Komsomolskaya *International *Zarnitsa mine

India

*Kollur Mine *Panna

Indonesia

*Martapura

Australia

*Argyle diamond mine *Merlin diamond mine

North America



Canada

*Diavik Diamond Mine, Northwest Territories *Ekati Diamond Mine, Northwest Territories *Jericho Diamond Mine, Nunavut *Snap Lake Diamond Mine, Northwest Territories *Victor Diamond Mine, Ontario *Gahcho Kue Diamond Mine Project, Northwest Territories *Renard Diamond Mine, Quebec

United States

*Crater of Diamonds State Park, Arkansas (Former mine now a state park) *Kelsey Lake Diamond Mine, Colorado (Former mine no longer in operation)

See also

* Diamonds as an investment *List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor * Golconda Diamonds

References

{{Reflist * Diamond mines mines