Insect Inclusions in Baltic Amber

Baltic Amber is not only a jewelry stone but also a witness of life dating back to at least 40 million years ago. Inclusions in the form of small animals/insects and fragments of plants are excellent research material for paleontologists and the subject of interest for hobbyists and collectors.

Some inclusions, which have retained their three-dimensional form, can be examined as carefully as contemporary living specimens.

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