500-million-year-old Worm ‘superhighway’ Found Hidden In Canada

500-million-year-old Worm ‘superhighway’ Found Hidden In Canada

This article originally appeared on VICE Canada. Earth’s deep oceans 500-million years ago, believed by some to be inhospitable to life at the time, were actually conducive to it, a new study suggests …

About a half billion years ago, an ancient sea covered what is now the northernmost stretches of Canada … superhighway of tunnels! The worm tunnels were actually not visible to the naked eye, but …

These are worm tunnels (labelled … Northwest Territories in Canada which Pratt found 35 years ago. Pratt then digitally enhanced images of the rock surfaces so he could examine them more closely. …

Feb 28, 2019 … Brian Pratt, a professor at the University of Saskatchewan and seen here in the Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rockies, discovered the …

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Prehistoric worms populated the sea bed 500 million years ago — evidence that life was active in an environment thought uninhabitable until now, research shows. A paleontologist from the University of Saskatchewan discovered fossilized worm tunnels dating back to the Cambrian period­­ 270 million…

500-million-year old worm ‘superhighway’ discovered in Canada. March 3, 2019. Share on Facebook. Tweet on Twitter . tweet; These are worm tunnels (labelled) visible in small section of rock.

Mar 6, 2019 … During Cambrian times, in what are now the Mackenzie Mountains of Canada's far north, a muddy ecosystem teemed with worms, crustaceans, …

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During Cambrian times, in what are now the Mackenzie Mountains of Canada … worms, crustaceans, and other ancient organisms. Some tunneled vast avenues beneath the seabed, forming a …

Earth's deep oceans 500-million years ago, believed by some to be inhospitable to life at the time, were actually conducive to it, a new study suggests. During Cambrian times, in what are now the Mackenzie Mountains of Canada's far north, a muddy ecosystem teemed with worms, crustaceans…

The worm tunnels were actually not visible to the naked eye, but Pratt “had a hunch” and sliced the rocks he found 35 years ago and scanned … he discovered the hidden “superhighway” of burrows made …

508 million years old wormy fossils were found in Canada. During Cambrian times, in what are now the Mackenzie Mountains of Canada’s far north, a muddy ecosystem teemed with worms, crustaceans, and other ancient organisms.

Prehistoric worms populated the sea bed 500 million years ago—evidence that life was active in an environment thought Only then did the hidden "superhighway" of burrows made by several different sizes and types of prehistoric worm emerge in the rock.

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This article originally appeared on VICE Canada. Earth’s deep oceans 500-million years ago, believed by some to be inhospitable to life at the time, were actually conducive to it, a new …

Brian Pratt in the Burgess Shale. (Photo: submitted) 500-million-year-old worm ‘superhighway’ discovered in Canada. Prehistoric worms populated the sea bed 500 million years ago—evidence that life was active in an environment thought uninhabitable until now, research by the University of Saskatchewan (USask) shows.

500-million-year-old worm ‘superhighway’ discovered in Canada February 28, 2019, University of Saskatchewan. Brian Pratt in the Burgess Shale. Credit: University of Saskatchewan Prehistoric worms …

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Feb 28, 2019 … Prehistoric worms populated the sea bed 500 million years ago — evidence that life … 500-million-year old worm 'superhighway' discovered in Canada … Only then did the hidden 'superhighway' of burrows made by several …

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