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There are trillions of fragments of DNA in a teaspoon of dirt, mostly material from other mammals, including woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceroses, cave bears and cave hyenas.
Varki began by testing a relatively common fossil from about 50,000 years ago, of a cave bear.
While animals like wooly mammoths and cave bears wandered the lands, massive megalodon sharks and sea sloths took to the seas.
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