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The studied ostracods from Myanmar amber. Credit: NIGPAS Small bivalved crustacean ostracods are the most abundant fossil arthropods since the Ordovician and play an important role in paleoenvironmental reconstruction and evolutionary biology. The vast majority of fossil ostracods are represented by calcified shells, and their soft parts, which can provide invaluable information about ancient ostracod…

Home News The fossilized tetrapod tracks, which came from the Manachaka Formation. (Image: © Stephen Rowland/National Park Service) Some 313 million years ago, a large lizard-like creature crawled up a coastal sand dune in what is now the Grand Canyon. Some time later, a light dew wetted the tracks cementing them in place and then…

Home News Science & Astronomy A view of Nördlinger Ries, a 15-mile-wide (24 kilometers) impact crater in southern Germany that was created by a meteorite impact 15 million years ago. (Image credit: NASA WorldWind)Meteorite samples from an ancient impact site in Germany may offer new clues about the history of oceans and life on Mars.…

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