Visitors admire a skeletal replica of the Omeisaurus Tienfuensis, which lived in the middle Jurassic, some 160 million years ago, around the same time as the Euanthus panii flower. Photo: AFP

'World's earliest flower' found in northeast China

Researchers say the Euanthus panii existed during the Jurassic period, more than 160 million years ago

Topic |   Ancient China

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Visitors admire a skeletal replica of the Omeisaurus Tienfuensis, which lived in the middle Jurassic, some 160 million years ago, around the same time as the Euanthus panii flower. Photo: AFP
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