Extremely rare extinct large arachnid Uropygi in Burmite amber fossil cretaceous
This listing is exactly for the object observable in the photographs: an interesting gem of genuine burmite amber found in mines located in the Hukawng valley in Myanmar. FURTHER INFORMATION: Amber is a natural resin generated by some trees which has polymerised (solidified) over millions of years, perfectly preserving all the animals and plants incorporated inside for natural causes. Among all the ambers extracted from the world, burmite is one of the oldest with its 98-100 million years; the dating was calculated perfectly thanks to experiments and scientific studies carried out on the half-life of lead isotopes Pb 207-206. Most of the inclusions contained in it belong to creatures extinct in the age of the dinosaurs, some of which have obvious morphological differences compared to the modern ones. Forms of life that we would never have been able to observe except through amber.