World’s Oldest Brain Has Been Found in Remains of a 3-Eyed Giant Prawn From Half-Billion Years Ago

The world’s oldest brain has been found in the remains of a three-eyed prawn that swam the oceans more than half a billion years ago. Its complete central nervous system is still visible, providing unprecedented insights into the ancestors of insects, spiders and crustaceans. Named Stanleycaris hirpex, it was described as “the stuff of nightmares.” […]

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