A Trilobite With a Hyper-Compound Eye

It's barely over two weeks since scientists at the University of Cologne published what they'd learned about a trilobite's unique eye.

Their research vindicated an amateur paleontologist's observations, and very likely will raise more questions than it answers.

That's par for the course.

Answering a few questions and raising many more, I mean.

So is discovering something new. New to us, that is. This trilobite's 'hyper-compound' eye last saw the light of day — or dark of the ocean floor — 390,000,000 years ago.

I had fun writing this, and hope you enjoy reading it. Who knew trilobite eyes could be so entrancing?

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