Biologists Find Deep-Sea Sulfur Bacteria that Have Not Evolved in 2.3 Billion Years

A group of researchers led by Prof J. William Schopf from the University of California, Los Angeles, has discovered a type of deep-sea microorganism that appears not to have evolved over 2.3 billion years. Prof Schopf and his colleagues examined a mud-inhabiting sulfur-cycling microbial community that is 1.8 billion years old and was preserved in [...] —> Read More Here


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