Watch the BBC video, The Origins of Life (each part is about 11 minutes) and answer the questions give just very very short answer do not use google or any source
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Watch the BBC video, The Origins of Life (each part is about 11 minutes) and answer the questions give just very very short answerdo not use google or any source
David Attenborough Origin of Life, Conquest HD BBC Documentary Animals & Nature
1- What was unique about trilobite eyes?
2- In addition to having eyes, what evidence indicates that trilobites were successful animals?
3- What is a eurypterid? Why is it unique among arthropods?
4- What needs may have motivated animals to move from the ocean to land environments? And What challenges did this migration pose?
5- What properties of the velvet worm are similar to the aysheaia animal preserved in the Burgess Shale?
6- How did arthropods develop the capability to breathe air? When in time did land-dwelling arthropods appear?
7- When did trees appear on the continents? How did they affect the composition of the atmosphere?
8- How did the first land-based arthropods evolve?
9- Arthropods are invertebrates, and the oldest of these in the Cambrian are likely the ancestors to modern insects and other arthropods. What was the first
vertebrate in the Cambrian and why was it significant?