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STUDIES - Lebanese Amber, the oldest in the world
DNA from the Age of Dinosaurs was extracted from preserved body of a weevil that became stuck in tree resin 120 million to 135 million years ago. The resin eventually hardened into amber, which, after many millions of years, was excavated near the town of Jezzine in Lebanon.
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