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Cockroaches preserved in amber are the world’s oldest cave dwellers

New dinosaur-aged cavernicolous Mulleriblattina bowangi.

Dinosaurs’ neighbour: Mulleriblattina bowangi was a cockroach that dwelt in caves when giant reptiles roamed the Earth. Credit: H. Sendi et al./Gondwana Res.

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Nature 579, 10 (2020)




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