GEOLOGIST CHIRANANDA DE TOLD THE BBC THAT FOSSILISED RAIN IMPRINTS WER...

World | December 17, 2001, Monday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0

Geologist Chirananda De told the BBC that fossilised rain imprints were found on a rippled surface in primitive rocks in the lower Vindhyan range in Madhya Pradesh state. ''These imprints, which are at least 1,600 million years old, constitute one of the oldest sets of geological documents for rainfall,'' he said.

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