Giant, lobster-like creature's remains yield clues to evolution

Being studied by an ex-pat Canadian, so i think I can squeeze it in here. Besides, its a creepy thing, so that is good :^)

That’s because it’s three-dimensionally preserved, allowing researchers to get a better idea of the creature’s shape. Most fossils as old as these have been flattened after being preserved and compressed in rock over tens (or hundreds) of millions of years, giving us only a two-dimensional view of their bodies.

”It was a monster for its time — pretty much the biggest thing around,” Daley said.