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Haplophrentis was a creature with a conical shell and fleshy arms / New Burgess Shale fossil site found in B.C.'s Kootenay National Park

Amazing Marble Canyon fossil site

Haplophrentis was a creature with a conical shell and fleshy arms / New Burgess Shale fossil site found in B.C.'s Kootenay National Park

A polychaete worm fossil from the Marble Canyon site in Kootenay National Park.

Gallery: Amazing Cambrian Fossils from Canada's Marble Canyon

A polychaete worm fossil from the Marble Canyon site in Kootenay National Park.

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© Michael James {http://www.michaeljames.ca/} Angel Glacier, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada https://www.flickr.com/photos/michaeljamesimagery/5073591660/

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Aysheaia is thought to have been a parasite living on sponges since it is commonly found in association with their remains (spicules). Presumably, the spiny parts at its head were designed for grasping and feeding on its prey. Note that the limbs of this animal are not jointed as with the arthropods of the Burgess Shale. Instead, they are tapered, lobe-like appendages, ten pairs in all, projecting from the body with its set of small rings or annulations. Its size ranged up to a little over…

Aysheaia is thought to have been a parasite living on sponges since it is commonly found in association with their remains (spicules). Presumably, the spiny parts at its head were designed for grasping and feeding on its prey. Note that the limbs of this animal are not jointed as with the arthropods of the Burgess Shale. Instead, they are tapered, lobe-like appendages, ten pairs in all, projecting from the body with its set of small rings or annulations. Its size ranged up to a little over…

The Cambrian Explosion - Origin of Animals and the Cambrian Explosion - Science - The Burgess Shale.  Acinocricus cricus, part of a lobopod from the Spence Shale.  © Royal Ontario Museum. Photo: Jean-Bernard Caron.

The Cambrian Explosion - Origin of Animals and the Cambrian Explosion - Science - The Burgess Shale. Acinocricus cricus, part of a lobopod from the Spence Shale. © Royal Ontario Museum. Photo: Jean-Bernard Caron.

Waptia fieldensis is an extinct species of arthropod from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale Lagerstätte of Canada. It grew to a length of about 8 cm and resembled modern shrimp in both morphology and habit.

Waptia fieldensis is an extinct species of arthropod from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale Lagerstätte of Canada. It grew to a length of about 8 cm and resembled modern shrimp in both morphology and habit.

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