Tiny beetle trapped in amber might show how landmasses shifted

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Scientists have discovered a tiny fossil beetle trapped in amber. It's three millimeters long, and it has a flat body and giant feathery antennae that it would have used to navigate under tree bark. And, since it was found in amber from Asia but its closest relatives today live in South America, it hints at how landmasses have shifted over the past 100 million years.

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