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‘Blind dates’ in the amber world

"Old" doesn't always have to mean "primitive": paleontologists at the University of Bonn have discovered a tiny biting midge no larger than one millimeter in 54 million-year-old amber.
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(University of Bonn) Paleontologists at the University of Bonn have discovered a tiny biting midge no larger than one millimeter in 54-million-year-old amber. The insect possesses a vesicular structure at the front edge of the wings...

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