STEFAN SCHIESSL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY STEFAN SCHIESSL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Prehistoric millipede. Computer artwork of an Arthropleura sp. myriapod from the Carboniferous Period (354-290 million years ago). At this time, the land was dominated by insects and other invertebrates, some of which evolved to sizes much larger than found today. Arthropleura could grow up to 2.6 metres in length.
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