Scientists revive 48,500 year-old virus — RT World News


An international team of researchers has brought back to life what they believe is the most ancient virus ever resuscitated

The melting permafrost may pose a danger to humanity, scientists have warned after reviving an ancient virus, which lay frozen for tens of thousands of years.

Such viruses are still capable of infecting living organisms, the international team said after they observed a total of nine ancient viruses discovered in the Siberian permafrost…



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