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Feb
07

‘It’s (far from) alive!’ research breathes new life into fossil studies

The study of fossils is hard – literally. ‘Hard-bodied’ tissue samples, such as shells and bones, are the most common fossils scientists work with simply because that is what is more readily available to them. But exceptionally preserved fossil materials, or ‘soft-bodied’ fossils like eyes, digestive tracts, and skin provide the only real opportunity to […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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