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.
If identified as an animal, it would “predate the Cambrian explosion of bilaterian animal phyla as a kind of ‘advance guard.’”
Darwinists have to face the fact that a core prediction of their theory miserably failed an important empirical test.
A new fossil worm from the closing days of the Ediacaran is being celebrated as a missing link that demonstrates a gradual Cambrian diversification, not an explosion.