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Three-eyed Cambrian fossils shed new light on arthropod head evolution

By Joe Moysiuk, PhD Candidate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
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The discovery of a fossil over 500 million years old reveals new information. Its brain and nervous system are remarkably preserved, filling in some gaps in what we know about arthropod evolution.The Conversation

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