Modern sponges were thought to emerge during the Neoproterozoic era but newly found sponge-like structures suggest that they emerged several hundred million years before the Great Oxidation Event, implying that they might have lived 890 million years ago.
A new study suggests that tetrapods are way older than initial estimates. In addition, tetrapods was discovered to have the fastest aquatic to land evolution which they maintained over millions of years.
Chinese paleontologists recently discovered an extraordinarily intact giant dinosaur skeleton. The discoverers said, the fossil discovered in a dig late last month in soil is dated roughly 180 million years.