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January 11 2014
52 million years ago, giant coniferous evergreen trees called Agathis thrived in part of Argentina, where paleobotanists have found numerous fossilized remains.
“These spectacular fossils reveal that Agathis is old and had a huge range that no one knew about—from Australia to South America across Antarctica,” says Peter Wilf, professor of geoscience at Penn State.
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