Thursday, January 21, 2021

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Science

Paleontologists Find Evolutionary Link between Ediacaran and Early Cambrian Multicellular Animals

Paleontologists have described the first three-dimensional preservation of soft tissue in Namacalathus hermanastes, a skeletal metazoan (multicellular animal) that lived some 547 million years ago (Ediacaran period) in what is now Namibia, and established a strong evolutionary link between Ediacaran and early Cambrian metazoans. Until recently, little was known about the origins of animals that Source link...
Health

Never too late: ‘You’ve got to find that thing that gets you up in the morning’ | Australian lifestyle

Name: Nick FowlerAge: 60Electrical engineer turned personal trainerI was a severe asthmatic to start with. Living in Darwin every time the season changed, I ended up in hospital. They said I had to start swimming to build my chest muscles up and build my lung capacity. So I got into sport through swimming. I started playing AFL. My mother played squash so used to bash me around the court playing squash. I played cricket, rugby league. I was playing six sports a year as a young kid, from the age...
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