DNA from the bottom of Greenland’s ice sheet reveals a lush, green landscape in the past

DNA residues drilled up from Greenland’s ice sheet base reveal a green, lush landscape before the great island became covered by ice. New methods in DNA research make it possible to show a Greenland that’s different to the one we know today.

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