amber inclusion archive

dinobird head in amber

In the image below we see the "scaly" tetrapod head. The second image is a close up. This head can also be seen in the images of the full piece of amber and those show how the wong bone connects and leads down to its wingclaw holding a small baby. To view micro-CT data on this volant head CLICK HERE

scaly feathered tetrapod head in cretaceous amber

nano-imaging is continually in progress and should you need updates please contact us Further details on this specimen are available upon request and research updates are soon to be uploaded.
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