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The ‘penis worm mouth’ monster: How scientists solved a prehistoric mystery

The ancient oceans of Earth were filled with monstrous beings. Long before sharks or whales – 520m years ago – there were carnivorous, swimming beasts that resembled giant bizarre crustaceans, and huge, spiny insect-like creatures that scuttled along the ocean floor. We know about these prehistoric...
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