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Cyogenian Trezona Formation


These layered structures called stromatolites from the Cryogenian Trezona Formation were created by biofilms of microbes that formed in a shallow-water tropical environment in South Australia's Adelaide Rift Complex about 650 million years ago. Credit: Nicholas Swanson-Hysell

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