Ancient sea DNA will help scientists understand climate

05/8/2013 | ScienceMag.org

Researchers have discovered DNA in tiny, one-celled sea creatures that lived up to 32,500 years ago. The creatures were found in a part of the South Atlantic that is devoid of birds and contains few fish. Other researchers have also found DNA in plankton dating back 11,400 years in the Black Sea. Studies could reveal climate changes and how sea creatures evolved.

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