Remarkably, these animals can be placed within the crown group of the living cnidarian clade Medusozoa, which is not exactly what Darwinists should expect.
“It looked like a fern. But as a budding geologist, [UK teenager Tina] Negus knew these 600 million year old rocks were too old to host such a plant.”
Incidentally, a few days ago I received a message from my paleobiologist colleague Dr. Ken Towe, a retired senior scientist at the Smithsonian Institution.
Less time and more complexity are compressed into an impossible challenge for evolution.
The deniers of the well-established scientific consensus rest their argument on the recent publications of a few maverick paleontologists.