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  Paasch, Amber   Blog Post 99-Million-Year-Old Amber Contains First Evidence That Ticks Fed on Dinosaurs A tick from the Cretaceous period, found preserved in amber with a feather, is the first fossil evidence that the ectoparasites fed... December 12, 2017 Article Ancient Indian Amber Preserves 52-million-year-old Biological Partnership A rare fossil discovered by an international team of scientists that includes Museum researchers documents a biological partnership... December 21, 2011 Article First Fossil-bearing Amber Discovered In Western Amazonian Basin By American Museum Of Natural History Paleontologist And Colleagues   Blog Post Fossils in Amber Show Social Behavior in Ancient Insects A new study led by Museum researchers provides proof that ants and termites displayed advanced social behaviors during the Cretaceous... February 11, 2016 Research 100-Million-Year-Old Amber Preserves Oldest Animal Societies Fighting ants, giant solider termites, and foraging worker ants recently discovered in 100-million-year-old amber provide direct... February 11, 2016 Press Release 52-million-year-old "Ant-loving" Beetle Scientists have uncovered the fossil of a 52-million-year old beetle that likely was able to live alongside ants—preying on their... October 2, 2014 Blog Post 110-million-year-old Spider Web With Insect Prey Found Preserved In Amber   June 22, 2006 Blog Post Parasitic Beetle Revealed in Amber Fossil A 99-million-year-old fossil beetle sheds light on the long evolutionary history of leeching off of social insects. December 19, 2016 Article 110-million-year-old Spider Web With Insect Prey Found Preserved In Amber   Blog Post New Trove of Fossils Suggests Global Distribution of Tropical Forest Ecosystems in the Eocene Vast Amber Deposit From India Described By International Team November 15, 2010   Nascimbene, Paul  
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