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Both the botanical and animal inclusions not only add beauty, but also are of potential scientific value in the study of taxonomy and evolution.Animal inclusions are usually invertebrates, specifically arthropods, and only extremely rarely a vertebrate such as a tiny lizard.C at all if they really were over a billion years old, yet the radiocarbon lab reported that there was over 10 times the detection limit. Thus they had a radiocarbon ‘age’ far less than a million years! I appreciate you sharing all these helps and resources. Amber is also valued for its botanical and animal inclusions that are trapped by the sticky resin as it flows as sap, which is also organic.Of course, other life is captured including microscopic bacteria that often produce gas bubbles, and various fungi.The first members of the human family tree might come from Europe, not Africa.That controversial conclusion comes from new analyses of a fossil jaw and teeth.
In fact, amber reflects many frequencies of light, including red, green and blue that together constitutes the entire visible spectrum.If it was a hominid, this might suggest the first hominids arose in Europe, not in Africa as researchers have long believed.Scientists present data to support their claim in a pair of papers that appeared May 22 in .Although some species of fossil hominids are today represented by up to 500 specimens, for many there are but a few -- not enough, and not complete enough in some cases, to be certain as to the position within our family tree.So there is debate within paleoanthropology about the matter -- healthy debate that requires more evidence before consensus is reached on all points.
Amber is the popular name for fossilized resin of botanical origin.