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11-19-2020 12:04 PM

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Fractured rocks of impact craters may be suitable hosts for deep microbial communities on Earth and potentially other terrestrial planets, yet direct evidence has remained elusive. Now, a team of researchers from the Linnaeus University and elsewhere has found evidence for ancient microbial life in rock samples from the Siljan impact crater in Sweden.

Signs of Ancient Microbes Found within 381-Million-Year-Old Crater | Biology, Geology | Sci-News.com

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