|Here is a fossil Birdlike dinosaur feather in the Cretaceous Burma amber.|
Fossils of Dinosaurs feather are among the most collectible inclusions in amber from Myanmar. The present dinosaur feather fossil itself measures approximately 11 mm. The containing amber is nice and clear and shows the feather in nice detail.
As a by-catch, a fossil mosquito and an isolated insect wing are trapped in the same amber. Fossil inclusions are actually not that rare in Burmese amber. However, bird and dinosaur horses are much rarer than insect inclusions.
|Hukawng Valley, Myanmar (Burma)|
|Size of Amber:||about 18 x 14 mm|
|Age:||Middle Cretaceous, Burmite Upper Albian to Lower Cenomanian (about 100 Ma)|