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also nan·o·fos·sil  (năn′ə-fŏs′əl)
A very small fossil organism, especially one of the nannoplankton.
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Ashraf and Bhatti [19] has repoted the nanofossils from the Patala Formation and Nammal Foramtion of Khairabad area of the Salt Range.
and Svabenicka, L.: 1992, Macrofossils and nanofossils of the type locality of the Brezno Formation (Turonian-Coniacian, Bohemia).
Possible nanofossils have been discerned in a Martian meteorite, and new images of the planet's surface have strengthened the case for a watery past.