Scientists In China Just Discovered Our Oldest Relative In The Fossil Record

At the bottom of the sea, 540 million years ago, humanity’s oldest known ancestor lived between grains of sand and scavenged for food. Researchers call this Cambrian aged creature the Saccorhytus, and believe it may be the most primitive example of a deuterostome on record. Deuterostomes were just step  off from vertebrates in the evolutionary ladder, which would […]

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