Historic plankton-like microfossils span two continents

Giant, strong, lens-formed microfossils from the roughly three.four billion-yr-previous Kromberg Formation of the Kaapvaal Craton in japanese South Africa aren’t solely among the many oldest elaborate microorganisms recognized, however are additionally associated to different intricate microfossils of the identical age discovered within the Pilbara Craton of Australia, based on a world staff of scientists.
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