A Scientist Discovers 2,000-Million-Years-Old Prokaryotic Microfossils in India


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A geologist has discovered a 2,000-million-year-old "prokaryotic" microfossils in India. The microfossils were found in a carbonaneous shale from the Gawlior basin of the Bundelkhand region in Central India. Naresh Ghose, formerly geology professor at Patna University, lives in the city of Bengaluru. His latest finding was reported at the recent annual convention of the Indian Geological Congress in Nagpur. The prokaryotic microfossils-the remains of fungi, bacteria, planktons and animals-are considered the earliest form of life that existed on Earth.
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