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Evolution of Earth's First Animals 500 Million Years Ago Caused Global Warming - Newsweek


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Around 540 to 520 million years ago, what many scientists consider to be the first true animals began to emerge in Earth's oceans. This took place during a rapid increase in biodiversity referred to as the Cambrian Explosion. Among those to evolve were ...
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Cambrian

Radiation of the First Animals
United States

Illustrated lecture transcript by Dr. Jere Lipps. Discussion of the evolutionary record of the pre-cambrian period and the cambrian explosion, ...

Arthropoda, The
United States

Guide to cambrian and contemporary animals with jointed exoskeletons.

Cambrian Foundation, The
United States

Foundation focused on aquatic research, education, and shipwreck expeditions.

Introduction to the Radiolaria
United States

Ancient group of protists, going back all the way to the early cambrian Period. Learn about their role in the ...

A New Rhabdopleurid Hemichordate from the Middle Cambrian of Siberia
France

Paper by Peter N Durman and Nikolai V Sennikov published in 1992. This species was recognized as the earliest known ...

Early Animal Evolution: Emerging Views from Comparative Biology and Geology
United States

Article examining the data that has begun to emerge that can resolve the sequence of genetic and morphological innovations, environmental ...

Animal
United States

Animals are a major group of multicellular, eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa. Their body plan eventually becomes ...

United States

Project by Jasmine Morrow on this species with photographs and information on its classification, description, habitat, natural history and evolution.

Peripatus: Extinction
New Zealand

A number of extinction concepts are discussed and loosely defined, followed by a survey of some important extinction and "extinction-like" ...

Deep Time
United States

PBS Evolution offers an interactive timeline to help readers better understand geologic time and evolutionary change.

A Post-Darwinian Probabilistic Model
France

A probabilistic model of biological evolution with a new interpretation of Darwinian natural selection and 3 examples: 1) 5 mass ...