Scientists have discovered a 47 million years old fossil that could be the earliest known evidence of a pollinating bird.
The fossilised bird has been found in Messel in Germany.
It belongs to the extinct species Pumiliornis tessellates, according to a paper published in this week's Biology Letters.
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