Ancient Fossil Scientifically Extinct Has Been Found on Ocean Floor

Living fossil thought to be totally extinct For 273 million years has been discovered (or found whichever suits you best) actually thriving on the ocean floor.

These specific fossils went extinct hundreds of millions of years ago but are now back.

These specific fossils went extinct hundreds of millions of years ago but are now back but why now.

Credit: Zapalski et al., Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 2021/UFO Sightings Footage/Canva.

It's a strange kind of "symbiotic relationship" between two marine lifeforms though that has just been discovered thriving at the bottom of the ocean, after disappearing from the fossil records for hundreds of millions of years.

After looking up this symbiotic relationship thing I discovered lol not found that a few strange things about this behaviour which I'll just quote real quickly:

There are four main types of symbiotic relationships: mutualism, commensalism, parasitism and competition.

Im writing about this strange (yes I know I keep on writing strange but for a good reason) symbiotic relationship because if this thing's always been there on the ocean floor, who and why did they take the the decision to scientifically create a fact that it was extinct... When it wasn't extinct? What else is out there and how do we restore faith in scientific facts especially when it comes to the lineage of the world and it's ancient inhabitants?

What the hell guys, okay so what if I'm blowing it all out of proportion or getting all uppity on some random classification of a fossil. In the grand scheme of things maybe the world will keep on revolving, spinning and turning but also in the truest sense of the words, science fact failed us. I'm probably over thinking it (or am I, because I can't really tell and that's because one part of me knows what the implications of getting a scientific fact wrong, but the other part of me thinks "so bloody what and who cares" right!

  • I think the part I'm mostly concerned about and interested in the most is the "what else is wrong" part?

  • Is it only part of the process that's wrong in fact determine or the whole process that's wrong?
  • Was something on this occasion missed and although unusual, it might be the case?

I want to be reassured that everything else in history is correct and how that's going to happen I'll never know? It's ancient history so nobody can be 100 percent correct I suppose so to put the full science backing behind it is probably where the first mistake has been made?

I still think that most of our ancient history is wrong, ive found evidence that Dinosaurs and humans coexisted together at the same time (link) and it was picked up by the national newspapers of the UK. So, yeah, I've been interested in our ancient timelines for a long time because believe me, there's more inconsistencies than OJ Simpsons testimony.


"The coral-crinoid associations, characteristic of Palaeozoic benthic communities, disappeared by the end of Permian, and this current work represents the first detailed examination of their rediscovery in modern seas."

The research has been published in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.

Things change and we can't be expected to have all the answers to everything that ever was or is going to be? But, that's just what we're doing with science because if something is labelled as a scientific fact then it's a fact, right?

Proven beyond any shadow of a doubt and accepted as such should be on a par with the gospel, set in stone because no stone was left unturned when determining the outcome. If you choose to be the compass of right and wrong or the truth, then at least you can do is have straight up compass.

Credit: Science Direct.

Credit: Science Alert.

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