I sometimes find in amazing what is really found in amber. Here is a piece with a lot of mammalian hair. Looks like a rather good sized tuft of hair was yanked out of the mammal when it brushed up against the tree (and pulled away from the tree).
In addition to all the hair follicles, there are a bunch of animals in the amber. Looks like a planthopper, Homoptera, Fulgoridea next to the hair. There are some springtails in the hair. The springtails are large, not like the normal small ones. Not far away is a half dozen or more of tropical stingless bees, Hymenoptera, Apidae:Melipodidae. On the bees, you can even see the facets of the eyes. They are beautiful.
There is even a biting midge, Diptera, Chironopdidae, what may be a pleasing fungus beetle, Coleoptera, Erotylidae, an unknown beetle larvae and a lot more (even has a fungus gnat). This is a large piece of amber 2 inches x 1.5 x 1 inch, 44 grams is weight.
A beautiful piece that will be cherished since it tells such an interesting story and is in such good shape. By the way, this is priced very well, you will never find a better and/or cheaper specimen.