Researchers Discover 48-Million-Year-Old Lipids in a Fossil Bird

News   Oct 27, 2017 | Original Story from Senckenberg Research Institute.

 
Researchers Discover 48-Million-Year-Old Lipids in a Fossil Bird

48-million-year old bird fossil excavated at the “Messel Pit“ in Germany. Markings show the uropygial gland. Credit: Copyright: Sven Traenkner/ Senckenberg.

 
 
 

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