What is the origin of Baltic amber?

Answer Trees around the Baltic Sea had resin fossilize 37 to 42 million years ago. The fossilized resin, amber, got into the Baltic Sea, where it collected into deposits near the Bay of Gdansk.Source:Amer... Read More »

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Information on Baltic Amber?

Amber is tree resin that has dried and fossilized over a long period of time, sometimes tens of millions of years. The range of what is referred to as Baltic amber extends from the east coast of B... Read More »

I found about 30 lbs of pine resin on the beach. It is clear amber color but not hard enough to be amber.?

Well, if it is hard enough to make into jewelry, then sell it to a jeweler, remind him that he can sell most anything to us American Tourists, really he can.Are you sure that it is Pine Resin and ... Read More »

Where is the Baltic Sea?

The Baltic Sea is a large body of water in northern Europe. It is bordered by Russia and eight European Union countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sw... Read More »

How deep is the Baltic Sea?

According to course materials from Texas A&M University, the Baltic Sea's maximum depth is 105 to 459 m (344.49 to 1,505.91 feet.) However, approximately 17 percent of the Baltic Sea is less than 1... Read More »