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This mine in New Jersey is the best of both worlds – it's hiding its own underground rainbow. 
Under a specific UV light, the mine can be seen transforming from a natural zinc-ore mine, to a work of art.

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The mine itself is currently part of a museum experience, but dates back to the early 1800's. 

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It is believed that the mine makes this range of colours due to the amount of 'activators' reacting with the energy of the UV light, but is mainly due to complex quantum physics.

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William Kroth, the president of the museum, captured the image on one of his days at work.
William said: "We have approximately 80 different minerals that turn fluorescent under the UV light.

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"Our minerals have the correct type and amount of impurities to make this phenomenon so clear.
"We get around 55,000 visitors a year so we try to ignite the 'love of science spark' with them.
"We are the fluorescent mineral capital of the world, no other mine even comes close."