Research shows we’re surprisingly similar to Earth’s first animals

Today’s humans share genes with oceanic creatures missing heads

"The earliest multicellular organisms may have lacked heads, legs, or arms, but pieces of them remain inside of us today, new research shows.

According to a UC Riverside study, 555-million-year-old oceanic creatures from the Ediacaran period share genes with today’s animals, including humans."

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