Rare ring has been found in the heart of Yellowstone National Park.
The ring, which was found in Yellowstone National park in North America, was the first found in an area with no other jewelry in the park, park officials said.
The discovery was made at a wildlife habitat at the edge of the park on Tuesday, and was confirmed by an official from the National Park Service, according to a statement from Yellowstone National Parks.
The official, who was not identified, told the AP that the ring was part of a jewelry box that had been hidden in a bag of frozen berries.
The bag had a single diamond, according the statement.
The rings have been valued at about $4,000 to $6,000 each.
The jewelry box was a large container filled with frozen berries, and had a hole drilled into it to allow air to circulate, park spokeswoman Melissa Houghton said in a statement.
A person was inside when the box opened.
The park was flooded with water, and there were no signs of any injuries, Houghtons statement said.