A weird, ancient shrimp has changed scientist’s understanding of evolution  InverseView Full coverage on Google News
Named for a mythological Chinese chimera, Kylinxia zhangi, a newly described fossilized arthropod, possesses some of the weirdest bits of other early arthropods.Named for a mythological Chinese chimera, Kylinxia zhangi, a newly described fossilized arthropod, possesses some of the weirdest bits of other early arthropods.

A weird, ancient shrimp has changed scientist’s understanding of evolution

Arthropods have been among the most successful animals on Earth since the Cambrian Period, about 520 million years ago. They are the most familiar and ubiquitous, and constitute nearly 80% of all animal ...

A 520-million-year-old, five-eyed fossil reveals arthropod origin

The discovery of a five-eyed shrimp-like creature that lived about 520 million years ago may end a long-running debate about the evolution of Earth's most common animals.The discovery of a five-eyed shrimp-like creature that lived about 520 million years ago may end a long-running debate about the evolution of Earth's most common animals.

Five-eyed fossil shrimp is evolutionary 'missing link'

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences discovered the three inch long creature, that dates back 520 million years, in a rock formation in Yunnan Province.Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences discovered the three inch long creature, that dates back 520 million years, in a rock formation in Yunnan Province.

Five-eyed shrimp that swam the oceans over 500 million years ago could be the 'missing link' | Daily Mail Online

The discovery of a five-eyed shrimp-like creature that lived about 520 million years ago may end a long-running debate about the evolution of Earth's most common animals.The discovery of a five-eyed shrimp-like creature that lived about 520 million years ago may end a long-running debate about the evolution of Earth's most common animals.

Five-eyed fossil shrimp is evolutionary 'missing link' | CTV News