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 Where are the world's oldest fossils located?

Answer The world's oldest fossils are cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae found in rocks from the early Archaean Era in western Australia. The rocks date back to 3.5 billion years ago. Shark Bay in western... Read More »
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How old are the oldest fossils?

According to FossilMuseum.net, the oldest fossils are stromatolites, or "a lamiated rock formed by the growth of blue-green algae (i.e., cyanobacteria)." The oldest known stromatolites have been d... Read More »
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How old are the oldest known fossils?

The oldest known fossils on Earth are fossilized microorganisms known as stromatolites. The remains of cyanobacteria, ancient microbes that produced oxygen, they are located in Western Australia an... Read More »
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Where are the oldest eukaryotic fossils from?

The oldest eukaryote fossil, dated at 2.1 billion years old, was found in Marquette, Michigan. These fossils were of multicellular, intermediate forms of the algae Grypania and Giardia. These are t... Read More »
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On which continent have the oldest fossils been found?

The oldest known fossils on Earth were found in western Australia. These stromatolites, as the fossils are known, are cyanobacteria that have been dated at 3.5 billion years old, slightly younger t... Read More »
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