cambrian arthopod fossil...
- Thanks Garrett, that sets life back even farther than before, 520 billion years. The oldest known fossil of life. And it looks advanced at that point, so we know that life goes back even farther. Great discovery!
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- Thanks for the link, Garrett. This fossil find is very important. It shows the earliest known example of a creature that could use its limbs for grasping. That is an extremely signficant step in the physiological development of animals that became advanced life forms.Neal
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For anyone that hasn't already seen this: http://www.livescience.com/27504-cambrian-arthropod-fossil-discovered.html