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Cambrian Period Posters - Underwater Paleozoic Landscape Poster by Publiphoto

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Life in the Silurian Period by Zdeněk Burian

Silurian Sea Life Illustration by Zdenek Burian "Life Before Man," 1995

rhamphotheca:  End-Permian extinction happened in 60,000 years—much faster than earlier estimates, MIT study says The largest mass extinction in the history of animal life occurred some 252 million years ago, wiping out more than 96 percent of marine species and 70 percent of life on land—including the largest insects known to have inhabited the Earth.

rhamphotheca: “ End-Permian extinction happened in years—much faster than earlier estimates, MIT study says The largest mass extinction in the history of animal life occurred some 252 million.

Karen Carr Studio Inc.  --Ordovician Marine Environment, for Indiana State Museum Foundation, by Karen Carr and Karen Carr Studio, Inc.

Karen Carr Studio Inc. --Ordovician Marine Environment, for Indiana State Museum Foundation, by Karen Carr and Karen Carr Studio, Inc.

Artist recreation of Burgess Shake fossil

Artist recreation of Burgess Shale fossil formation Animals

Opabinia is an extinct stem-arthropod genus found in Cambrian fossil deposits. The only known species, O. regalis, is known from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale Lagerstätte of British Columbia, Canada.

La biota de un arrecife cámbrico (Cámbrico, 520mA) (Eugene Parnell)

Life in the Seas I: The Cambrian (detail) by Eugene Parnell, 2005 —- (urethane…

For ages, life on Earth and its origin has been a big fascination for mankind. The ancestry of most animals can be traced back to 541 million years ago – when an event called the Cambrian Explosion abruptly birthed a myriad of familiar creatures in the sea. It was a time when the ancestors of crabs, clams, and jellyfishes dominated the oceans. Little did people know, there was a time before the Cambrian where life looked like nothing that exists today.

By Franz Anthony Tens of millions of years before the famous Cambrian Explosion, lived a community of peculiar creatures. The Ediacaran fauna was unlike any othe

Pterosaurs

paleoillustration: “ Miscellaneous Pterosaur heads by Tuomas Koivurinne. Pteranodon sternbergi, Pteranodon longiceps, Azhdarcho lancicollis and Tropeognathus robustus, Tupandactylus imperator,.

Burgess Shale Geology | 圖 10. 伯吉斯頁岩的節肢動物復原圖。

Cambrian Period Ma ago) began with one of the most important evolutionary events in the history of the Earth: the "Cambrian Explosion" of life in the oceans - Common Fossils of Oklahoma

Anomalocaris is the most boss pre-Cambrian nightmare in all of history and no-one can tell me otherwise.

Anomalocaris was a giant of the Cambrian, reaching over a meter long. Copyright Quade Paul - The Weird Youth of the Animal Kingdom – Phenomena: The Loom # creature animals

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