The latest find appears to belong to a new family of mega viruses that infect only amoeba. Photo: Professor Jean-Michel ClaverieThe latest find appears to belong to a new family of mega viruses that infect only amoeba. Photo: Professor Jean-Michel Claverie
The latest find appears to belong to a new family of mega viruses that infect only amoeba. Photo: Professor Jean-Michel Claverie

Mega virus revived from Siberian ice after 30,000 years chills scientists

Giant virus that spent 30,000 years under Siberian tundra is no threat to humans, but its revival by scientists has ominous implications

The latest find appears to belong to a new family of mega viruses that infect only amoeba. Photo: Professor Jean-Michel ClaverieThe latest find appears to belong to a new family of mega viruses that infect only amoeba. Photo: Professor Jean-Michel Claverie
The latest find appears to belong to a new family of mega viruses that infect only amoeba. Photo: Professor Jean-Michel Claverie
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