Ikaria wariootia is just another problematic Ediacaran fossil that could be anything from inorganic artifact to protozoan to cnidarian and yes, maybe a bilaterian worm.
Dr. Benedito Neto hosted a delegation of scientists from Discovery Institute in 2017 for the founding of Discovery-Mackenzie, in partnership with Dr. Marcos Eberlin.
I promised last year to follow up on more alleged Ediacaran animals. Now is a good moment to come back to this, with a new study having just been published in the journal Nature Communications.
A few days ago a sensational new paleontological discovery made headlines around the globe.
The issue is known as “animal standing,” and activists want to let beasts sue in court to “break the species barrier.”