Hunting Formation

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The Hunting Formation is a stratigraphic unit on Somerset Island (Nunavut) in the far north of Canada. It includes fossils of simple eukaryotic algae that reproduced sexually. They date to the end of the Ectasian and start of the Stenian period, about 1,200 million years ago.[1]

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  1. Essay Web: Mesoproterozoic era. 2008. [1]