Monkey enterprise produces uncommon preserved blood in amber fossils

Two monkeys grooming one another about 20-30 million years in the past might have helped produce a exceptional new discover – the primary fossilized purple blood cells from a mammal, preserved so completely in amber that they seem to have been ready for show in a laboratory.
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