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GLGY 209: INTRODUCTION  TO GEOLOGY
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Martin (Fritz) Glaessner M.F. Glaessner is regarded as the founder of the modern micropaleontology.
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Ediacara Fauna Discovery Rawnsley Quartzite – Upper part of the Proterozoic often referred to as Ediacarian.
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Precambrian Scale
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Ediacara Animals Animals imprints from Ediacara Hills are all metazoans. They document the transition from the unicellular to multicellular forms of life. Ediacaran animals generally present a simple structure, being soft-bodied animals. They are worm-like animals (flatworms, segmented worms), coelenterates and some totally unknown types.
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Ediacaran Animals Today? Living sea-pens from offshore NW Australia.
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Ediacara-type Animals in  Canada
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A Reconstruction of Ediacara Environments Smithsonian Institution diorama with a reconstruction of the Ediacara biotope.
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Case A worm-like animal of the Ediacara fauna presents an extraordinary feature. In the (probably!) anterior part of its body there is a portion which apparently presents a thickened tissue. First evidence of
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