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Amber fossils reveal dinosaurs and beetles had symbiotic relationship

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A fragment of amber containing beetle larval moults (upper inset) and bits of feathers probably from a theropod dinosaur (lower inset)

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Battered feathers and prehistoric beetle larvae encased in amber have revealed a relationship between dinosaurs and insects that stretches back more…

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