The ash, native to North America nowadays, is a medium to large tree. Also 50 million years ago, the ash tree and sequoia -a tree even larger than the ash tree- grew in Canada, with exactly the same characteristics. The fossil record provides undeniable evidence proving this. The excellent petrified remains show all the identifying details.
|FOSSIL NO: ||SP0744 |
|AGE:||50 million years|
|LOCATION:||Cache Creek Formation, British Columbia, Canada|
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