Me timetraveling back to the Cambrian Age to get Titan Powers like
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If I time traveled back to the Cambrian era, would I be able to survive?

I don’t think there would be any predatory animal in the Cambrian era that would kill a human. I think levels of CO2 and O2 were different compared to what we have today.

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Turning Point Prehistoric - The Cambrian Explosion [500 Million Years Ago]
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Barbed appendages from the formidable Cambrian predator Anomalocaris
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😒 i miss the cambrian
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Ok Cambrian boomer
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Alabama Cambian--- Here's an Elrathia from the Cambrian of Alabama in Cherokee County. I collected this guy years ago but, it was only recently prepared. It was contained in a "flinty" nodule and was not very pleasant to prepare so I am told. reddit.com/gallery/l19bsd
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This is a well-preserved specimen of a Trilobite, a now extinct arthropod that dates back to the Pre-Cambrian era of Earth. Although having many insect-like qualities, Trilobites were primarily marine organisms and not of the insecta class. This one dates back to at least 250 million years old.
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[Recommendation Request]Alternative to the Forteller Cambrian?

I was pretty into the Forteller Cambrian on Kickstarter, but it doesn't look like it's going to be funded. Some people in the comments were saying that there are good alternatives at the price range, but I can't really think of any. Do you guys have any suggestions? In a lot of ways it ticks every last one of my boxes. Here's the picture if you haven't seen it:

https://ksr-ugc.imgix.net/assets/031/637/362/e29354d80ae17f7766513aeae471818a_original.jpg?ixlib=rb-2.1.0&w=680&fit=max&v=1607031595&auto=format&frame=1&q=92&s=2d6374054d35eb0511b2aec7c84be750

I like a big crown with no guards, definitely at 3 o'clock, the bracelet being good quality and totally solid is important to me. The indices and dial I really like. Saphire crystal and drilled lugs are a nice plus. Also it comes with a bunch of great extras. Anyway, if you guys know of anything for around $200 that offers this kind of quality and features I'd love to know.

Thanks.

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[WP] Aliens research the Cambrian Explosion and are subsequently baffled by just how bizarre the creatures of that time were, even compared to the results of their equivalent to it.

C'mon, gimme some more aliens reacting to fossils. I don't care how plausible or implausible this scenario is, Earth's early attempts at multicellular life are nigh incomprehensible even to us and I want to think about what might happen if aliens were taken to a museum or something that has an exhibit on the Cambrian Explosion.

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Ngl would rather visit the Cambrian Aquarium than Jurassic Park
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The Souss LagerstΓ€tte of the Anti‑Atlas, Morocco: Discovery of the First Cambrian Fossil LagerstΓ€tte from Africa researchgate.net/publicat…
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Pikaia may have been related to the ancestors of chordates, yet it was still separate from them. It was a primitive chordate that was around 1.5 inches (38 mm) long and has been found in the 530-million-year-old Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in British Columbia. youtu.be/4lMNXUuQwPg
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Pikaia may have been related to the ancestors of chordates, yet it was still separate from them. It was a primitive chordate that was around 1.5 inches (38 mm) long and has been found in the 530-million-year-old Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in British Columbia. youtu.be/4lMNXUuQwPg
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Sneeded (snail seeded) world in a sort of Snambrian (snail Cambrian) explosion reddit.com/gallery/kgy94p
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Pikaia may have been related to the ancestors of chordates, yet it was still separate from them. It was a primitive chordate that was around 1.5 inches (38 mm) long and has been found in the 530-million-year-old Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in British Columbia. youtu.be/4lMNXUuQwPg
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Cambrian trilobites Ellipsocephalus hoffi. Jince. Czech Republic
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All I wanna be is a trilobite drifting across the Cambrian ocean floor :(
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Day 6: The apex predator of the Cambrian, Anomalocaris. This guy was discovered 3 times, first, the feeding arms where discovered and mistaken for shrimp. Then, the ring shaped mouth was discovered and mistaken for a jellyfish. Finally that the body fins were found and were thought to be a sponge.
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Cambrian Explosion - The Moon EP
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it's the Cambrian explosion
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Day 7: My final Cambrian creature, Opabinia. Made it a bit small but I'm still happy with it. I'm really enjoying this. At first I was worried it would become a chore but now I'm literally staying up until midnight just so I can start them lol.
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A collection of fossil brachiopods. First appearing in the Lower Cambrian, living brachiopods are still around today. reddit.com/gallery/l3wx0f
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Found in-between layers of Cambrian shale (bright angel shale, just outside Vegas). Just a rock or something else? reddit.com/gallery/jyok0w
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Pikaia may have been related to the ancestors of chordates, yet it was still separate from them. It was a primitive chordate that was around 1.5 inches (38 mm) long and has been found in the 530-million-year-old Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in British Columbia. youtu.be/4lMNXUuQwPg
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Trilobite I got at a museum. Don’t know much about them lol. Looks Cambrian to me but like I said not to informed in them.
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The Ocean - Cambrian II: Eternal Recurrence youtu.be/Nt6IpvnGt4A?repo…
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Help! Cambridge vs Cambrian pronunciations

Why is the pronunciations of these two words different in the beginning of the words when they’re identical in spelling. Cambridge - came bridge and Cambrian - cam Bree-an. Would like some insight into the differences.

Thanks all!

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Guys hear me out, the Cambrian explosion was not an actual explosion
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Researchers have discovered in the Tien Shan mountains a specific complex of rocks that formed in Cambrian ocean about 500 million years ago. This is confirmed by the find of adakites. These are the rocks first described from Adak Island, which is part of Aleutian island arc in the North Pacific. eurekalert.org/pub_releas…
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Affordable Housing Unlocks Surprising New Heights at Cambrian East Riverside austin.towers.net/afforda…
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Cambrian Period resources?

Hi all!

I am new to Reddit, I joined because I am fascinated by the Cambrian Period/Cambrian Explosion. I was wondering if anyone knew of any media resources (podcasts, audiobooks, movies) that they recommend on the subject! Books are also welcome, however I prefer resources that I can listen to because I have ADHD. I have seen David Attenborough's First Life and listened to all the podcast episodes I could find that mentioned the Cambrian Period. Thanks so much for your help, I'm so excited to be joining this community!

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Just wanted to share my Cambrian Texas Cosplay :') best skin in the game besides lunar ch'en fight me qq
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Pikaia may have been related to the ancestors of chordates, yet it was still separate from them. It was a primitive chordate that was around 1.5 inches (38 mm) long and has been found in the 530-million-year-old Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in British Columbia. youtu.be/4lMNXUuQwPg
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Cambrian Explosion

I'm VERY interested in the flora and fauna of the Cambrian Explosion and would like to learn more, any good sources you guys know about? Thanks!

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Cambrian Critters

While Scuba diving with the team in the Cambrian we have come across two species of extraordinary organisms; Oryctocephalus (trilobite) and the infamous Anomalocaris!

The Anomalocaris is a young individual and is around 0.45 meters and is named Deathstroke. We have also brought 4 trilobites named Rob, Bob, Cob and Frank von Holtzstein.

Deathstroke will be housed in a 9,000 liter tank with sandy substrate and will be fed small pieces of fish. Trilobites are housed separately.

These are our first residents from the Cambrian and we hope to add to this exhibit.

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Researchers have discovered in the Tien Shan mountains a specific complex of rocks that formed in the Cambrian ocean about 500 million years ago eurekalert.org/pub_releas…
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Burrows filled with faecal pellets from the Cambrian (Stage 4) Guanshan biota of South China and their palaeoecological implications sciencedirect.com/science…
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Cambrian Explosion - Looming Eye cepdx.bandcamp.com/track/…
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Day 8: Aegirocassis. Ok I know I've had 3 Anomalocaris-like animals in a row but I promise this is the last one lol. Picture came out a bit lopsided but not too bad. Also this features my first (probably of many) spelling mistakes. I just got so used to writing Cambrian underneath I forgot.
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Blackish mold on mont d’or. Found this after removing the Cambrian strip. Any thoughts? Safe to eat? Cut off infected parts but rest is safe? Toss the whole thing?
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Ramon and Pico van de Werken, Cambrian, 2005, acrylic and oilpaint on canvas, 85 x 80 cm, cat. 0520
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