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Halkieria Evangelista. The halkieriids are a group of fossil organisms.Their eponymous genus is Halkieria, which has been found on almost every continent in Lower to Mid Cambrian deposits, forming a large component of the small shelly fossil assemblages.
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Viper Fish Fossil with two fish captured forever inside it.

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