Where Is Amber Found?


There are several places where Amber is found, but larger amounts are mined in around twenty deposits around the world and mostly in Eastern Europe (Baltic), the Dominican Republic and in Mexico. Amber is a kind of hardened tree resin, which consists of compounds of alcohols, terpenes and esters.
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Amber hard translucent fossilized resin produced by extinct coniferous trees of the Tertiary period, typically yellowish in color. Amber has been used in jewelry since antiquity.
People have long been infatuated with amber, the fossilized form of ancient tree resin, a semiprecious stone used for jewelry and mosaics. Amber from the Dominican Republic contains
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It is found most commonly in the Baltic and Dominican Republic areas. Most of it is mined and not found on the sea shore. Amber is fossilized so you don't have to call it fossil amber
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Amber is just fossilized tree sap or resin. It is found all over the world. Amber is found in North America, Russia, Germany, England, and the Dominican Republic just to name a few.
Amber is fossillized tree sap and can found in many areas of the country. You can find amber in areas where there are fossillized trees. Oregon, Washington, and Idaho are great places to find fossils and amber in particular.
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