New glowing 'Yooperlite' rocks discovered in Michigan
A man in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is being credited with discovering a new kind of rock and they're making a splash. Last year, he decided to hit the beach at night with a UV light and came home with what he calls "Yooperlites," rocks that have an orange glow under certain ultra violet lights.
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