The World’s First Fossilized Plant Gum, Has Been Discovered By A Ph.D. Candidate At The University Of Portsmouth. The Gum was Discovered In 110 Million Years Old Leaves, Found In Early Cretaceous Period Brazil’s Crato Formation. This Find Disproves That Plant Gum Are Unable To Undergo Fossilization Due To Their Soluble Nature.
Prehistoric Plant Gum First Ever to Survive Fossilization Process
The first find of its kind indicates that there may be additional substances that can actually endure fossilization.