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Living Fossils

... Sea scorpions’ brothers While a non-specialist could experience some difficulties in determining the age of ordinary looking molluscs, the unusual appearance of the following representatives of “living fossils” eliminates any doubt. First of all, ... ... canopy of the Mesozoic era “Living fossils” are common in the realm of plants as well. Thus, in central Russia well-known mosses and horse-tails grow; they are spore plants preferring, as a rule, moist and shadowy places. Now both of them are not ...

Modified: 30.05.2006
ancient organisms , Pygmalion , mosses , horse-tails , ginkgo biloba , nautilus , horseshoe crabs , molluscs , extinction
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