This ancestor of today's insects, spiders, and crustaceans had a … – Science Magazine


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This ancestor of today's insects, spiders, and crustaceans had a …
Science Magazine
Although it's hard to believe that delicate nervous tissues could persist for hundreds of millions of years, that's exactly what happened to the brains and eyes of some 15 ancestors of modern-day spiders and lobsters, called Kerygmachela kierkegaardi