Tag: Cambrian News
New Precambrian Fossils Are Not Cambrian Ancestors
Nothing about the new fossils solves Darwin’s doubt. A new Chinese fossil of an anomalocaris-like animal amplifies it.
Metaspriggina Revisited: Darwin Defender Strains at a Rabbit but Swallows a Camel
It’s fun to watch PZ Myers dance around the implications of a vertebrate fish in the Cambrian.
No! Really? Living Ediacarans?
Some unusual marine organisms don’t seem to fit anywhere in the animal classification scheme.
Metaspriggina: Vertebrate Fish Found in Cambrian Explosion
The earliest chordate in the Lower Cambrian is now shown to be a full-gilled vertebrate fish.
Simple Fractal Branching Explains the Ediacaran Rangeomorphs
The frond-like Ediacaran fauna known as Rangeomorphs had simple colony-like body plans consisting of self-similar branching patterns of tubular units.