Paleontologists have revisited a tiny but fierce historical sea creature known as Habelia optata that has confounded scientists because it was found greater than a century in the past. Analysis of recent fossil specimens recommend it was a detailed relative of the ancestor of all chelicerates, a sub-group of arthropods residing at this time named for appendages known as chelicerae in entrance of the mouth used to chop meals.

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