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Message 12 of 18 (866483)
11-12-2019 7:50 AM
Reply to: Message 11 by jar
11-12-2019 7:29 AM


Ammonite in amber explained
...The incomplete preservation and lack of soft body of the ammonite and marine gastropods suggest that they were dead and underwent abrasion on the seashore before entombment. It is most likely that the resin fell to the beach from coastal trees, picking up terrestrial arthropods and beach shells and, exceptionally, surviving the high-energy beach environment to be preserved as amber

An ammonite trapped in Burmese amber


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