Evolution of aquatic organisms, 19th Century illustration

Evolution of aquatic organisms, 19th Century illustration

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Caption: Evolution of aquatic organisms. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle showing different types of aquatic invertebrates, representing their evolution from simple protozoa (top left) to more complex lifeforms such as echinoderms (centre right), molluscs (bottom left) and crustaceans (bottom right). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).

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