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Prehistoric Insect In Amber

Prehistoric Insect In Amber

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You won't be able to clone any pesky dinosaurs from this Prehistoric Insect In Amber, but you can gaze upon a preserved creature that lived over 23-33 million years ago. Yep, this little insect was trapped in amber way, way back in the Oligocene period in what is now known as the Dominican Republic. Inside this small piece of amber could be anything from a fly, gnat, or ant to a stingless bee, midge, or beetle, which can be clearly viewed through the included acrylic box with magnifier lid. Definitely a cool desktop thing to ponder about while bored at the office.

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