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Artistic reconstruction of Cretapsara athanataFranz Anthony/Javier Luque/Harvard University
A tiny crab is the first to be found trapped in amber from the dinosaur era. It lived in a forest area of South-East Asia 99 million years ago.
Remarkably similar to modern crabs, the 5-millimetre-long crustacean is fully preserved, making it “the most complete crab [fossil] ever discovered”, says Javier Luque at Harvard University.
“We are talking about pristine preservation, as in, not missing a single hair,” Luque says. “And even though it’s so small, we were able to see so many details so exquisitely, …

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