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Some of Earth’s first animals—including a mysterious, alien-looking creature—are spilling out of Canadian rocks

November 30, 2018

 (PHOTO) JOHN LEHMANN; (FOSSIL) ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM

 

 

Science magazine just published a great article about some of the newest Burgess Shale fossil finds in Kootenay National Park. In the above photo Jean-Bernard Caron shows off the "mothership," an enigmatic Cambrian life form his team found this past summer.

 

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