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Re: Archaeosphaeroides barbertonensis



Greetings: Isn't this S. barbertonensis found in Pre-Cambrian rock and
is some sort of "primitive" bacteria? Seems that Atterborough guy talks
about in some of his flickers. And I might be wrong. I reached
way-way-way back for that one.
--- Vladimír  Socha <Seismosaurus@seznam.cz> wrote:

> Good day!
> Recently, I've found a brief mention of this "fossil" in one of my
> books. It states that this is the earliest organism ever to have
> existed as it is about 3.8 billion years old. It was found in south
> Africa. No more info in the book. I suppose it's not valid or even
> not of organic origin. Thank you for any comments. VS
> 
> P.S. Last month I've found a 2 m long Euryapterid! °o)  
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