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Hypothetical life reconstruction of Ediacaran organism Rangea. This illustration is on the cover of the January 2013 issue of the journal Paleontology and although it isn’t credited one of the authors.

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http://www.collectingfossils.org/moroccan-trilobites/Crotalocephalus-gibbus/Crotalocephalus-gibbus.htm

Charniodiscus

Charniodiscus

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Anomalocaris shirt by John Meszaros These cambrian invertebrates were mighty predators of the sea, once-upon-a-time.

Ediacaran - life in the sea Spriginna

Spriggina (sprig-EE-nuh) is an odd genus of animal from the Ediacaran Period (about 600 million years ago).

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Charnia is the genus name given to a frond-like Ediacaran (579-555 Mya) life-form with segmented, leaf-like ridges branching alternately to the right and left from a zig-zag medial suture.

Charnia is the genus name given to a frond-like Ediacaran Mya) life-form with segmented, leaf-like ridges branching alternately to the right and left from a zig-zag medial suture.

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Various modes of preservation of Ediacaran fossils in different sediments, quartz sand at Zimnie Gory in northern Russia and lime mud at Khorbusuonka

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The giant extinct invertebrate Arthropleura resembled some modern millipedes, but could grow to be more than one-and-a-half feet wide, and may sometimes have been more than six feet long.

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Dickinsonia species 2 - Dickinsonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ediacaran fauna are fossilized multi-cellular organisms that were formed by moving sands washed over mud flats, thus creating these impressions.

The Ediacaran fauna are fossilized multi-cellular organisms that were formed by moving sands washed over mud flats, thus creating these impressions.

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