-Dr. Alan Grant
The fossil, dubbed “Eva,” comes from an amber mine in northern Myanmar that has already produced an impressive collection of specimens from the cretaceous period. Initially believed to be a plant, the fossil was partially carved into a oval by a jewelry maker to be sold. This isn't the first such specimen to come from the mine; this part of the world is recognized for having produced a large variety of cretaceous era flora and fauna trapped in hunks of amber.
"Using sophisticated techniques, they extract the preserved blood and bingo! Dino DNA!"