Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Scientists find our 'oldest human ancestor'

Those who read my blog know I often photograph imaginal beings that dwell in that magical space between me and the collective consciousness of the world.

Thus, you can imagine my delight when science jumped into the act, photographing just such a "being," a transgendered individual, both male and female, they call Saccorhytus.

Here's what they say about her: "Saccorhytus was about a millimetre in size, and is thought to have lived between grains of sand on the sea bed. Saccorhytus was also covered with a thin, relatively flexible skin and muscles. It probably moved around by wriggling."
quote from http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-38800987
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