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New Fossil Discovery of Earliest Animal Predator

  • 27-07-2022 1:23pm
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    A recent discovery of an Ediacaran-era fossil (circa 560 mya) in the UK at the famous Charnwood Forest in the Midlands of England has been named after the legendary Sir David Attenborough and is believed by invertebrate palaeontologists to be the earliest known marine predator that used its morphoogy to capture smaller prey.

    Article linked below - this is exciting news!




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