Microbial Fossils Found in 3.4-Billion-Year-Old Subseafloor Rock
Microbial Fossils Found in 3.4-Billion-Year-Old Subseafloor Rock
The material, now part of an African mountain range, bolsters the idea that hydrothermal veins supported early forms of life.
Microbial Fossils Found in 3.4-Billion-Year-Old Subseafloor Rock
Microbial Fossils Found in 3.4-Billion-Year-Old Subseafloor Rock

The material, now part of an African mountain range, bolsters the idea that hydrothermal veins supported early forms of life.

The material, now part of an African mountain range, bolsters the idea that hydrothermal veins supported early forms of life.

Geologic record
Oldest Evidence of Terrestrial Life on a Young Earth
Oldest Evidence of Terrestrial Life on a Young Earth
Anna Azvolinsky | Jul 23, 2018
Microbes were living on land as early as 3.22 billion years ago, fossilized rocks show, 500 million years earlier than previously documented.
Ancient Fossils May Change Earth’s Biological Origin Story
Ancient Fossils May Change Earth’s Biological Origin Story
Ben Andrew Henry | Sep 2, 2016
Stromatolites uncovered in Greenland predate other fossils by 220 million years.