Becoming a Predator Was Hard

Visit to get started learning STEM for free. The first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium subscription and a 30-day free trial. Animals eating other animals seems like a tale as old as time, but it's only almost that old. Predation had to evolve in the Ediacaran period — so let's look at early almost-predators like Auroralumina, Kimberella, Ikaria, and whatever punched holes in Cloudina. Hosted by: Savannah Geary (they/them)
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Sources: Ikaria: Kimberella:
Cloudina: General: Images:,_Middle_Cambrian;_House_Range,_western_Utah,_USA%29_3.jpg;_Corumba,_Brazil)_(45453979394).jpg

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