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Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County exhibit features rarest colorful diamonds




Juliet Pink Diamond on display as part of the
Juliet Pink Diamond on display as part of the "Diamonds: Rare Brilliance" exhibit at the Natural History Museum Los Angeles County
Courtesy of Brian Lazar
Juliet Pink Diamond on display as part of the
Argyle Blue Violet diamond on display as part of the "Diamonds: Rare Brilliance" exhibit at the Natural History Museum Los Angeles County
Courtesy of Brian Lazar
Juliet Pink Diamond on display as part of the
Rainbow Diamond Necklace on display as part of the "Diamonds: Rare Brilliance" exhibit at the Natural History Museum Los Angeles County
Courtesy of Brian Lazar
Juliet Pink Diamond on display as part of the
Argyle Violet Diamond Ring on display as part of the "Diamonds: Rare Brilliance" exhibit at the Natural History Museum Los Angeles County
Courtesy of Aaron Celestian, NHMLA
Juliet Pink Diamond on display as part of the
"Diamonds: Rare Brilliance" exhibit, Natural History Museum Los Angeles County
Courtesy of Natural History Museum Los Angeles County


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The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County opens a new special exhibit today. 

Diamonds: Rare Brilliance features the world's rarest colorful diamonds and explores the science behind the exceptional, million-year-old gems. 

Museum visitors can see the exhibit with the price of a general admission ticket until March 19, 2017.

Take Two's Alex Cohen spoke with Aaron Celestian, Associate Curator of Mineralogy at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. 

To listen to the full interview, click on the blue media player above.