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The Cambrian Explosion and the Contstruction of Animal Biodiversity

by Erwin, D.H.; Valentine, J.W.

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  • New Book Availability : Currently unavailable
  • Catalogue No : 23771
  • ISBN : 9781936221035
  • Published : 2013
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : 600

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The Cambrian Period records one of the most extraordinary transitions in the history of life. Beginning as simple sponges more than 635 million years ago, the earliest animals evolved into a diverse marine fauna over the course of 100 million years. This book presents a synthesis of research from many fields to explain why there was such remarkable novelty of animal forms

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