What Does Gold Ore Look like?

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Gold ore appears to resemble normal rock. The only difference is that gold ore has crystals of gold or gold deposits running through it. Sometimes the pieces of gold can easily be seen on the outside of the rock, and other times they are only visible if it is broken open.
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What Does Gold Ore Look Like?
To the untrained eye, gold ore may look like rock with copper tones flowing within it. However, professional prospectors know how to recognize gold ore within a multitude of minerals. Recognizing the look and the location of gold ore is easier if you... More »
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I think it is very pretty running through the different rocks. It has a bright yellow color that kinda glitters. Sometimes it looks like a ribbon running in and through the rock.
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