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.
The most celebrated Precambrian sponge may not be a sponge at all. Watch Darwinians try to coax it into spongehood.
It could be anything, from a coelenterate-grade or sponge-grade organism to even a protist or an alga.
Evolutionists would expect to find sponges as the earliest animals in the fossil record.
So, do high levels of cholesterol biomarkers really suggest an animal affinity of Dickinsonia?