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Archaeologists have found an eight-million-year old forest of cypresses, well preserved and not fossilised, in Bukkabrany in north eastern Hungary
Miners working in a brown coal mine had first uncovered several tree trunks that had been turned into coal, a common occurrence in this kind of environment.
"But further down, we found 16 trees that had remained where they had grown some eight million years ago and that are very well preserved," Pusztai said