Patagonian fossil leaves reveal rapid recovery from dinosaur extinction event

View of the Palacio de los Loros 2 fossil plant locality in Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina. The locality was deposited in the early Paleocene around 64 million years ago. Image: Peter Wilf / Penn State   Ancient feeding marks from hungry insects in South American leaf fossils are shedding new light on the mass extinction that […]

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