Martin Brasier

May. 03, 2013

Ancient Earth May Have Smelled Like Rotten Eggs

Bacteria-like creatures living nearly two billion years ago belched hydrogen sulfide, the signature stench of rotten eggs.

smell, bacteria, ancient life, organic, aroma, sulfur, sulfides, Martin Brasier, university of oxford

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