It is remarkable, indeed, how detailed a medusoid morphology was projected onto Kimberella fossils and later recognized as pure fantasy.
In the quite checkered history of the detailed reconstruction of Kimberella, we can distinguish four distinct successive phases.
The fossilization of Kimberella specimens was most likely based on rapid burial with sand during storm events.
Endothermy may have advantages over ectothermy, but I wouldn’t advise taking your chances by picking up a poisonous snake.
Don’t kick sand in the face of a wildebeest by joking that it looks like it was made by a committee. It might flex its muscles and charge.