Earliest Green Life on Earth Began Reproducing in Scottish Loch

It has generally been thought that one billion years ago the land was barren and lifeless, until a recent discovery at a loch in Scotland. Much, much earlier than believed, cells that sexually reproduce and also harnessed energy from the sun through photosynthesis were alive and kicking... or splitting. These complex cells are thought to be the beginning of all green life – from azaleas to avocados – colonizing the planet.

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