Amber is fossilized resin. It preserved all kinds of organisms, from microbes, plants, insects and spiders to small
vertebrates, that made contact with the sticky substance. The fossils are preserved with minute details of their
morphology and it has even been suggested that viable DNA may persist in some amber-trapped organisms.
The photographs on this page are from my personal collection of baltic amber inclusions.
If you are interested in stereophotography, you might also enjoy my page on antique views.

If you click to the thumbnail pictures, you get stereoviews for cross-eyed viewing. This works with every browser.
If your browser supports Java 1.1, you can also click to the icons below to use Andreas Petersik's brilliant
stereoscope applet which enables you to view the stereo pictures wall-eyed, cross-eyed, with different kinds of
anaglyph, KMQ, or even with shutter goggles.


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