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Hallucigenia: The worm with the missing head

Hallucigenia: The worm with the missing head

(4:33) The fossil remains of an ancient worm called 'Hallucigenia' were so strange that scientists originally reconstructed it upside down and back to front. Researcher at Cambridge University, Martin Smith reveals the most complete picture so far of this peculiar marine worm.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (842 days ago)
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It has always amazed me how much can be deduced from so little.

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It has always amazed me how much can be deduced from so little.

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