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06-14-2019 4:10 PM

I think we need a fossil thread for posting articles about new discoveries and important older ones. In recent years there have been a number of new Cambrian and Precambrian fossil deposits discovered and many new species described.

It would be great to see discussion, but hair-brained debate is pointless.

New 'king' of fossils discovered on Kangaroo Island

"We decided to name this new species of trilobite Redlichia rex (similar to Tyrannosaurus rex) because of its giant size, as well as its formidable legs with spines used for crushing and shredding food—which may have been other trilobites," says James Holmes, Ph.D. student with the University of Adelaide's School of Biological Sciences, who led the research.

The preservation of trilobite soft parts such as the antennae and legs is extremely rare. The new species was discovered at the Emu Bay Shale on Kangaroo Island, a world-renowned deposit famous for this type of preservation. The findings have been published in the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology by a team of scientists from the University of Adelaide, South Australian Museum and the University of New England.

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