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Researchers have stumbled across a 100-million-year old piece of amber, perfectly preserving flowering plant life from the Cretaceous Period. Encased within amber surroundings, a cluster of 18 small flowers is readily discernible, including one that was in the process of manufacturing entirely new seeds.
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