The Closest Living Relative of the First Animal Has Finally Been Found

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Deep, deep in geologic time, some 600 million or 700 million years ago, the very first animals evolved on Earth. Their closest relatives that still live today include sponges, sea anemones and comb jellies. But exactly which of these is truly the closest relative to the very first animals has remained one of the…

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