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Dinosaurs had dandruff too
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Nov 30 -0001

The oldest known instance of dandruff was found on the fossilized skin of a small, feathered microraptor that roamed the earth 125 million years ago. Paleontologists discovered tiny flakes of fossilized skin on two other dinosaurs as well. Like human dandruff, the skin flakes are made of tough cells, corneocytes that are filled with keratin.

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