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Fossilized Dino Bones Are Home to Diverse Microbial Communities
Fossilized Dino Bones Are Home to Diverse Microbial Communities
A study fails to detect ancient proteins among the microbes, adding to the debate about whether peptides can survive tens of millions of years underground.
Fossilized Dino Bones Are Home to Diverse Microbial Communities
Fossilized Dino Bones Are Home to Diverse Microbial Communities

A study fails to detect ancient proteins among the microbes, adding to the debate about whether peptides can survive tens of millions of years underground.

A study fails to detect ancient proteins among the microbes, adding to the debate about whether peptides can survive tens of millions of years underground.

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a fossilized fragment of human jawbone
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