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Walking Worm Didn't Walk Alone

VANCOUVER - Researchers have filled in the family tree of a bizarre walking worm that lived in a tropical, underwater Canada 505 million years ago.The first fossil of the Hallucigenia sparsa was found...
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Fined For Exporting Fossils To Japan

A Saskatchewan man has been fined $7,000 after pleading guilty in a Calgary court last week to unlawfully exporting fossils and gems from the Burgess Shale Formation. Terry Ciotka of Pangea Fossils L...
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'Phallus-Like Worm' Found In B.C. Park

TORONTO - Researchers have unearthed evidence of a strangely shaped creature — OK, it looks like a phallus — that lived more than 500 million years ago in the famed Burgess Shale fossil beds in B.C.'s...

B.C. Ice Climbers Survive Avalanche

FIELD, B.C. - Two B.C. ice climbers dodged death, along with torrents of snow and ice, while climbing a frozen waterfall in Yoho National Park in southeastern British Columbia.A safety specialist at B...