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Eyes of a killer

Anomalocaris is one of the weirdest and fiercest creatures from the Cambrian period, when multicellular life first evolved over 600 million years ago.

An extinct marine arthropod of the genus Anomalocaris that evolved during the Cambrian period (540

... Anomalocaris of the Cambrian Era. See more. Earth's Earliest Gigantic and Bizarre Creatures

Aegirocassis, shown in this artist's impression, was the largest animal of its era.

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Anomalocaris 3d printed. DIGITAL PREVIEW Not a Photo

Dunkleosteus the great apex predator of its time and largest of all creatures that existed during

The mouth of this segmented invertebrate has been a puzzle for many researchers.

Anomalocaris need not have had a complex brain to cope with balancing while swimming. The lateral lobes overlapped. The widest part of the body was on the ...

Later discoveries revealed that the separate parts actually belonged to one large creature and it became clear that Anomalocaris was probably ...

Prehistoric Beasts - Anomalocaris

Anomalocaris

Anomalocaris. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cambridge scientists say Hallucigenia's claws bear similarities to velvet worms, while the spikes are

Primeval - Anomalocaris by Pristichampsus ...

2. Aegirocassis benmoulae reconstruction white background. Reconstruction of the giant filter-feeding anomalocaridid ...

Over 500 million years ago, Earth's young fauna were terrorized by a beast with a circular, toothy mouth, a pair of spiny arms on its face and a ...

Long Live the Anomalocaridids!

Anomalocaris model, National Dinosaur Museum, Canberra, Australia. Anomalocaris had a cosmopolitan ...

Strange Cambrian Creatures. Anomalocaris

Anomalocaridids are a group of very early marine animals known from fossils found in Cambrian deposits in China, USA, Canada, Poland and Australia.

Anomalocaris shirt by John Meszaros These cambrian invertebrates were mighty predators of the sea, once-upon-a-time.

... Anomalocaris, as featured in Australia, The Time Traveller's Guide

Photo of the Burgess Shale Diorama at National Museum of Natural History Museum , Smithsonian Institution.

An extinct marine arthropod of the genus Anomalocaris that evolved during the Cambrian period with interleaving lobes along the side of its body, ...

The fossil of a giant, Ordovician “killer shrimp” (right), which probably looked like its Cambrian cousin Laggania, restored as a model (left).

Anomalocaris "arm" (grasping claw, ~8.5 cm long) from the Walcott Quarry, Middle Cambrian, near Field, British Columbia, Canada.

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I really love to study about the life in the ocean. That is the reason that I double majored in marine biology and zoology. Life is so exotic and alien in ...

Amplectobelua symbrachiata by David Tana. Amplectobelua symbrachiata, a Cambrian anomalocaridid that despite being one ...

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An artist's impression of Anomalocaris

My Speculative Hermit Anomalocaris, Repticaris caerulea.

The combination of physical model photographed against a real marine setting is effective here. The reconstruction depicts the swimming lobes as dorsal ...

Notice that the mouth of Anomalocaris has a triradial, rather than tetraradial, organization. From Daly and Bergström, 2012.

Anomalocaris arm from the Mt. Stephen Trilobite Beds

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Anomalocaris canadensis mouthpiece (~5.25 x ~4.25 cm) from the Walcott Quarry, Burgess Shale. This was previously identified as a jellyfish, ...

Schinderhannes bartelsi probably hunted trilobites and ate them just like its relative Anomalocaris from the Cambrian and Ordovician periods.

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One of the most unusual sets of animals to have ever existed on our planet, the Anomalocaridids. They were so bizarre in fact, that each of the various ...

Cambrian and Ordovician Animals by MickeyRayRex ...

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Clockwise from top right: Schinderhannes bartelsi, Pambdelurion whittingtoni, Peytoia (Laggania) nathorsti, Anomalocaris canadensis, ...

Strange Cambrian Creatures

The large looming animal in the foreground is Anomalocaris, which may have reached lengths approaching 50 centimeters or more. It was the largest predator ...

Large fossil detailing specialized body structures like large eyes, grasping limbs, swimming lobes,. Front part of Anomalocaris canadensis, a ...

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Life Before the Dinosaurs

Fresno Nightcrawler Variant 2: Hyperdimensional Anomalocaris. Here's another speculative variation on the ...

Anorith Is An Anomalocaris

It's Laggania cambria, one of several species related to Anomalocaris. Collectively they are known as Anomalocarids. Here's a ...

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That's a pentastomid, a parasite. The four stubs are hooks it uses to attach on to its host. What they were parasitising back then isn't known, probably ...

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Cambrian Creatures Mini Model Burgess Series: Anomalocaris ...

Anomalocaris. The giant predatory crustacean has been named ...

A Collection of Squishy Marine Beings by Pterosaur-Freak ...

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More anomalocarids. Top: Hurdia victoria. Bottom: Stanleycaris hirpex

Anomalocaris

Anomalocaris sea monster

Aegirocassis by Hyrotrioskjan Aegirocassis by Hyrotrioskjan

This ...

From the Middle Cambrian, the most famous denizen of the Burgess Shale, Anomalocaris canadense. No other prehistoric invertebrate has been made into a toy ...

So far life in the prehistoric seas, oceans before the beginning of the Cambrian period, consisted of single-celled or multicellular creatures (many

Other species of Anomalocaris likely preyed on soft-bodied animals. Recent phylogenetic analyses have also found “A.” briggsi to be closer to the ...

Anomalocaris may have been the first big predator (Credit: Stocktrek Images Inc. /

And here's a reconstruction of Tamisiocaris by Rob Nicholls:

Anomalocaris. Strange Cambrian Creatures

The other hypothesis claims the nearly instantaneous appearance of euarthropods 540 million years ago because of highly elevated rates of evolution.

Branchiopoda is a group of primitive and primarily fresh water crustaceans, mostly resembling shrimp. There are over 900 known species worldwide.

The sharp eyes of Anomalocaris, a top predator that lived half a billion years ago

Drawing of an ocean scene with strange-looking animals, including a large, shrimp

Mysterious Undersea life "Anomalocaris" Cell Phone Strap (Gray)【Sea Creature 】

Strange Cambrian Creatures