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Amber, washed up from the bottom of the Baltic Sea and the Courish Lagoon, is collected on the shores, especially after storms, and sorting it from the seaweeds with which it is entangled. Some amber is dug out locally from" small amber deposits "along the coasts of the Baltic Sea and Courish Lagoon at Priekule, Palanga, Nida, Juodkrante and other places." "In the past fishermen waded into rough water near the shore and caught the floating amber with dip nets. Because of its danger this method has become nearly obsolete. In the Courish Lagoon, fishermen in boats pry the amber loose and catch it with a dip net of similar type.
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