Questioning the evidence of Earth's oldest fossils
Structures resembling remarkably preserved bacterial and cyanobacterial microfossils from ∼3,465-million-year-old Apex cherts of the Warrawoona Group in Western Australia currently provide the oldest morphological evidence for life on Earth and have bee
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