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At more than 541 million years old, these are now among the oldest known animal fossils....

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Fascinating locale, one that is very much the Ediacarian analogue to those Chinese dinosaur quarries that have yielded such amazingly preserved fossils. Ediacara are some of the coolest ancient fossils.


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