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Scientists Find 3.8 Million Year Old Proteins In Fossilized Eggshells

Scientists have examined fossilized ostrich eggshells from fossil localities in Africa to search for proteins, and more importantly are seeking to understand what exactly can save these molecules from the ravages of time.
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