• Birds



    Recent discoveries of amazing inclusions in 100 million year old amber from Kachin State in Myanmar include birds and their eggs and feathers.

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  • Bird


    in amber

    A giant cretaceous dino bird head in amber.

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  • Scientific


    and Corruption

    Old school paleontologists are very confused by fossil evidence that refutes their theoretical beliefs or interferes with their vested financial interests. Avian Amber research helps support and bridge the knowledge gaps created by "scientists".

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High Preservation

Apart from birds there are ants, mosquitos and other insects, there are spiders, scorpions and pseudo-scorpions, botanicals ranging from leaves, ferns and lichens to carnivorous plants and flowers. Frogs, lizards, mudskippers and newts

DNA in Amber

Many pieces of amber exhibit numerous potential DNA harvesting characteristics, usually material of very high preservations, if not potential large animal parts then gorged blood-sucking creatures such as ticks and leeches.

3D color & CT scanned

3D optical microscopes with custom lighting and CT scanning. (Synchrotrons cannot be used with burmite as they alter the FTIR and possibly darken/reduce transparency of amber)


Research into amber is still in its early years. Advancing methods of producing image based research based on real fossils in cretaceous amber with sufficient preservation to facilitate detailed analysis of both the inclusion being studied and it's habitat helps maximise scientific discovery potential.


Apart from focussing on rare high quality inclusions in amber for general research purposes we also have a few pieces of "extra-ordinary" amber for scientists wishing to make in-depth highly-noteworthy ground-breaking discoveries.


Akbar Khan

Email: 419aka@gmail.com
Mobile: +66815551160
WeChat, Line, What's App: 419aka

Canada and US contact Sam Cooley

Phone +1.613.647.627.9180
Email sam.m.cooley at gmail.com

Avian Amber

Should you require further bird in amber imagery do not hesitate to contact us.

More birds and bats are being discovered in amber continuously.

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