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|Santiago river Amber occurrence||Occurrence|
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Latitude & Longitude:
5° South , 78° West (est.)
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Margin of Error:
A small locality on the Santiago river in far northern Peru. The amber comes from the Neogene period, about 20 million years old.
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J. Hyrsl, Gemstones of Peru, 2012, p. 33
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