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A new fossil outcrop has been discovered that dates back to the end of the Precambrian era. The outcrop has yielded an abundance of fossils of ancient organisms, including an extinct group of sea creatures that are the oldest known fossils of their kind.

. A New Fossil Outcrop Reveals Prehistoric Life


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A recent discovery of fossilized organisms dating back to the end of the Precambrian period has archaeologists and scientists abuzz. The outcrop, discovered in an isolated area of the Russian wilderness, contains fossilized creatures never before seen by human eyes. Among the many creatures uncovered in this archaeological gold mine of fossils are the oldest known Chordates, a group of animals with a backbone. These newly unearthed creatures are small and primitive, reminiscent of a fish in both form and function. The fossil Chordates range in size from just a few millimeters to a few centimeters in length. The outcrop also revealed a variety of soft-bodied animals, some of which haven't been seen for millennia. As well as being the oldest known Chordates, some of these organisms are the oldest known examples of the Ediacaran fauna, a group of animals which lived during the last period of the Precambrian. In addition to the Chordates and soft-bodied creatures, researchers also found a variety of single-celled organisms and other simple life-forms in the outcrop. These creatures indicate that the outcrop is evidence of an ancient marine environment, suggesting an early, but well-developed ecosystem. The discovery of these fossils has given researchers a unique opportunity to study a lost era of Earth's history. The insight they will gain from this outcrop could revolutionize our understanding of the evolution of life on Earth. With further exploration of the area, more fossils may be discovered and our understanding of this mysterious period may become even clearer.

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Jan. 4, 2023, 3:23 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

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