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Do you know that price of Authentic Amber DOUBLED in the last FOUR years?
Due to the highly limited supply of real amber from Baltic countries and ultrahigh demand on amber from China, the price of real piece of Baltic amber skyrocketed from 30$ to 70$ in the last FOUR years.
And even more so, for amber with insects.
Among the whole bulk of collected amber, only around 5% contain inclusions. So, there is such a small amount of real amber with insects left that probably in few years we will see it only in museums, displaying parts of dinosaurs and extinct insects.
Amber with insects is a unique creature of the Mother Earth that took millions of years to form, and even the richest people out there will not be able to replicate your piece, as even Nature itself, unfortunately, is not capable of producing amber anymore.
Amber is a hardened resin of pre-historic trees that are already extinct, so no more real amber will ever be produced.
The resin, flowing down the trunks of the extinct pines, often became a trap for small inhabitants of the amber forest.
99% of insects families found in Baltic amber still exist on Earth, so there is a 99% chance that spider in your amber was crawling the back of dinosaur at some point in its life.
You know this plot - taking a drop of blood from the stomach of an ancient mosquito preserved in amber, a scientist clones a dinosaur. You do, don't you?
“When we hold amber in our hands, we hold also that furious epoch where rioted all monsters and poisons, where death fecundated and life destroyed, where superabundance demanded such existences, no souls, but fiercest animal fire - just for that I hate it!”
― Harriet Prescott Spofford, The Amber Gods and Other Stories
Amber is a fossilized resin of pre-historic trees. Resins protected injured plants from further damage, oozing out and hardening to form a defense against invading fungi and insects.
The resin, flowing down the trunks of the pines, often became a trap for small inhabitants of the amber forest. Insects themselves sat down on the resin, attracted by its color and smell.
Alternatively, they could have been taken down by a gust of wind, and also caught in amber drop that fell from a broken branch. Large insects burst from the resin, and the small ones were covered by the later resin inflows.
Therefore, pieces of leaves of extinct trees and small insects are the most common among amber inclusions.
Everyone knows the plot of the novel “Jurassic Park” – taking a drop of blood from the stomach of an ancient mosquito trapped in amber, a scientist clones a dinosaur. And, although such a situation is probably impossible even in theory, this stone for scientists is an inexhaustible source of information.
Thanks to inclusions preserved in amber, scientists now know what animals, insects and plant were inhabiting the Earth millions of years ago.
Baltic Amber constitutes not less than 90% of the bulk of amber already collected throughout the world and it was formed approximately in the middle of the Paleogene, about 50-45 million years ago.
The fauna of the Paleogene, in particular insects, differs little from modern forms. This suggests that in the last 60-50 million years the evolution of insects experience some sort of recession. So, 99% of insects families found in Baltic amber are still exist on Earth and so you can be 99.99% sure that insect preserved in your amber was in direct contact with extinct dinosaur.
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