Scientists have shed light on a peculiar tentacled marine creature that lived 520 million years ago.
Experts thought that Cotyledion tylodes may have belonged to the jellyfish-like cnidarian group.
But new anatomical evidence from the animal's fossilised remains suggests the species was an early member of the group of small marine organisms called entoprocts.
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