A 560 million-year-old fossil named after Sir David Attenborough is the ‘first animal hunter’.
Tech & Science Daily spoke to Dr Phil Wilby of the British Geological Survey, one of the key scientists behind the discovery in Charnwood Forest, near Leicester.
Dr Wilby describes the creature as tentacled and about 20 cm in length.
It is the earliest known creature to have a skeleton and the earliest evidence of animals that split off into multiple individuals as colonies.
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