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Opabinia 3d printed Cambrian lifeform

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Cambrian lifeform
Opabinia 3d printed Cambrian lifeform
Opabinia 3d printed Cambrian lifeform

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Opabinia 3d printed
Opabinia 3d printed

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An extinct marine arthropod of the family Opabiniidae which evolved during the Cambrian period (541 – 485 ma) with interleaving lobes along the side of its body, five stalked compound eyes on its head and an extendable clasping proboscis.

One of the more unusual finds from the Cambrian period, Opabinia has proven hard to place within any existing class or order of creature. It is now believed to be an early form of arthropod and possibly related to the equally unusual Anomalocaris.

Paleozoo is a collection of anatomical models of some of the earliest forms of life on Earth.

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Opabinia V10
6.13 x 3.81 x 20.86 cm
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