Exhibitions from the series "Microworld of Amber"

Event duration:
from 16 January 2019 to 8 March 2019

The project "Microworld of Amber" has been intended to popularize natural and scientific collection of the Amber Museum. In the course of exhibitions we present inhabitants of the "amber" forest and tell about their life. Items that due to different reasons are not exhibited in the museum's permanent exposition often become show pieces of the project.

Baltic amber is resin of ancient conifers that grew in the North of Europe in Eocene. The great majority of inclusions in amber are arthropods, mostly arachnids and insects. Rather rare to find are the traces of existence of vertebrate animals – reptiles, birds, and mammals in amber forest..

To the existence of mammals in the "amber" forest testify hair which accidently got into resin. It could be fur of lemurs, rodents, or some insect eating mammals.

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