Conflicting Views about Kimberella’s Ecology
Based on the same fossil evidence, there is obviously much room for speculation and quite different opinions.
Kimberella — A Checkered History
John Kimber collected the first fossils of this organism and died tragically at age 38 during an expedition in South Australia in 1964.
Was Kimberella a Precambrian Mollusk?
If identified as an animal, it would “predate the Cambrian explosion of bilaterian animal phyla as a kind of ‘advance guard.’”
The Demise of the Artifact Hypothesis
Darwinists have to face the fact that a core prediction of their theory miserably failed an important empirical test.
Worming Evolution into the Cambrian Explosion
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.