Margaretia dorus, illustration

Margaretia dorus, illustration

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Credit: JOHN SIBBICK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Margaretia dorus. Illustration of Margaretia dorus, a coral-like organism resembling algae, known from fossils in the Burgess Shale site (508 million years old) in British Columbia, Canada. The Burgess Shale fossil site records a key moment in Earth's history, the Cambrian Explosion, when an unprecedented period of evolution produced a wide diversity of body types, including those of today's animals.

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