Yellow bubbly amber with a crazy huge insect from the Baltic Sea (Gdansk, Poland).
Amber found on the Baltic shores is estimated to be about 40 MILLION years old, and is formed from the fossilized resin of ancient European Evergreen trees. The resin traps and preserves insect, plant, fungal, and animal matter, which aids biogeologists in reconstructing records of past ecosystems.
When amber is cut or polished it exudes a warm caramelly scent.
If you rub amber with cloth or silk, it builds up static electricity.
Although the plot of the EXQUISITE 1990 Jurassic Park novel postulates extracting preserved mosquito blood to reincarnate dinosaurs, modern science cannot actually resurrect T-Rex. The DNA structure of trapped organisms degrades over time and even remnants of blood meal cannot be traced back to the original bitten organism with any significant certainty. SORRY!