Ancient ‘chewing gum’ reveals oldest Scandinavian DNA ever found


Ancient chewing gum found by archaeologists in Scandinavia contains the oldest DNA ever found in this region. The 10,000-year-old gum is made from sticky Birch tree bark tar and can teach us a lot more about life in the Stone Age, such as when and where prehistoric people were migrating to. Scientists at Stockholm University…

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