Someday evolutionists might connect the dots. Right now, even simple nerve nets in jellyfish and hydra are remarkably well designed for what they do.
That the same fossils can be attributed to at least six different phyla of marine invertebrates as well as terrestrial fungi really should give reason to pause.
In the quite checkered history of the detailed reconstruction of Kimberella, we can distinguish four distinct successive phases.
Based on the same fossil evidence, there is obviously much room for speculation and quite different opinions.
John Kimber collected the first fossils of this organism and died tragically at age 38 during an expedition in South Australia in 1964.