A tantalising discovery in China hints at the possibility of one day finding dinosaur DNA

For as long as palaeontology has existed, the idea that DNA could be preserved in fossils was thought to be extremely unlikely; the material is simply too fragile to leave remnants that last for hundreds of millions of years.Well, that assumption may be put to the test thanks to two recent discoveries, with the latest coming out of China.Last month, a team of scientists published an analysis from a 125-million-year-old Caudipteryx, a birdlike dinosaur that was about the size of a peacock, and…

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