surender gupta dunar World’s oldest fossils are 3.7 billion years old

Modern-day living stromatolites in Shark Bay, Western Australia.

surender gupta dunar Australian scientists found the world’s oldest fossils in Greenland, a discovery that could help astrobiologists look for signs of life on Mars.

The fossilised remains of stromatolites formed 3.7 billion years ago were uncovered by a team led by University of Wollongong researcher Allen Nutman.

Stromatolites, which are still growing in places like Shark Bay in Western Australia, are layers of single-celled microbial lifeforms.

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