Stephen Colbert gave a small antique silver turtle with a bell to a college student on Thursday night.

"It's great for attracting women, if you're in to getting it on with a turtle," Colbert said.

Daniel Stough, a student at the University of Pittsburgh, won the turtle by following a treasure map with a series of clues included in the Colbert Super PAC Super Fun Kit he sold to college students online.

Colbert announced the treasure was found in Dixon, Ill., the hometown of Ronald Reagan. Stough found a fake log, and inside was an email address the winner could use to contact Colbert.

Since Stough found the treasure, Colbert will visit his college campus in the fall.

In another video, posted only on the Colbert Nation website, they went into more details explaining how to actually find the treasure -- and showed it was incredibly complicated.

Watch Stough collecting his treasure on the Colbert Report in the video above, watch Colbert revealing how to solve the treasure map in the video below.

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  • Penn Staters For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow

  • Georgetown University's CREEP

    Georgetown University graduate student Robert Lucas set up <a href="https://www.propublica.org/documents/item/333071-creep-letter.html" target="_hplink">CREEP</a>, which is a reference to the Nixon/Watergate-era Committee to Re-Elect the President. <em>Roll Call</em> <a href="http://www.rollcall.com/issues/57_131/Using-Super-PACs-to-Get-Rid-of-Super-PACs-214305-1.html?pos=opolh" target="_hplink">reports</a> Lucas has no plans to back a candidate or party, and has a goal of "raising voices, not dollars."

  • Utes Super PAC

    University of Utah student Joshua Mines is not yet old enough to vote in a presidential election, but <a href="http://query.nictusa.com/pdf/135/12030800135/12030800135.pdf#navpanes=0" target="_hplink">he launched a super PAC</a>.

  • San Diegans For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow

    Established by Tyler Michael Bobik, a University of California-San Diego student.

  • Americans For A Better Tomorrow, Yesterday

    Created by Stefani Jones, a <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stefani-jones" target="_hplink">HuffPost blogger</a> and Duke University student.

  • Cats For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow

    View the super PAC's <a href="http://catsforabettertomorrowtomorrow.com/" target="_hplink">Tumblr here</a> and track the group on <a href="http://www.opensecrets.org/outsidespending/detail.php?cmte=C00519876&cycle=2012" target="_hplink">OpenSecrets.org.</a>

  • Stephen Colbert's Super PAC Super Fun Pack

    <strong>The following images feature items included in the Super PAC Super Fun Pack, via the websites of the various super PACs.</strong>