Plankton’s endurance to prior global warming events is revealed by the discovery of “ghost” fossils.

An multinational team of experts from the Natural History Museum, UCL (University College London), the University of Florence, and the Swedish Museum of Natural History discovered a unique sort of fossilisation that had previously gone unnoticed.

The ‘ghost’ fossils are imprints of coccolithophores, which are single-celled plankton. Their discovery is altering our understanding of how climate change affects plankton in the oceans.

Interesting history and legends of Galata Tower

Although the exact date of construction of the Galata Tower, also known as the Christ Tower, is unknown, it is thought to have occurred in the early 500s AD. The tower, which is the oldest and most important work in the historical Galata region, was utilized for various reasons by Romans, Venetians, Genoese, and Ottomans.

Let’s get to know the location before discussing the Galata Tower and its legends…