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Gastropods

Prehistoric shell homes for early organisms, the earliest gastropods have been found in early Cambrian rocks more than 500 million years old. Single gastropod shells are embedded with a coiled pattern, showing how the organism moved into larger chambers in the shell as it became larger.

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Trilobites

Trilobites are remarkable, hard-shelled creatures that existed more than 300 million years ago in the Earth’s ancient seas. They were extinct long before dinosaurs came to inhabit the Earth, and are one of the key signature creatures of the Paleozoic era, the first era to exhibit a proliferation of the complex life forms that established the foundation of life as it is today.

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