Episode 31 - The Ediacaran Biota

March 25, 2018

Before life as we know it, and before even the Cambrian Explosion, there was a time when the Earth was home to an assortment of strange squishy creatures so unusual that they defy most of our best attempts at classification. This episode, we discuss life’s earliest experiments with complex bodies: the Ediacaran Biota.

In the news: the last pterosaurs, ancient lost tails, island spider evolution, and the legs of gators and crocs.

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