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It appears as a giant planet rising, blinding white with its reflected sunlight, and moving across the sky much more quickly than it does today. I feel the land beneath my feet tremble slightly with the sway of a small earthquake, for minor tremors shake the earth as the passing moon stretches grasping gravitational fingers into the Earth's crust. The night has now turned into a dimmer but serviceable day in the bright moonlight, and I cast a stark shadow on the sand as the stars above me are snuffed out.

There are far more living fossils than those featured here, and some of the most interesting, such as the tuatara of New Zealand or the tiny mollusk Neopilina of the deep sea, have been omitted. These latter two are animals which I have never seen or studied; I tried to feature those creatures with which I have some familiarity. When I started this book I hoped my ongoing research would soon reveal an answer to a question that has long puzzled a great many people: Why do some species evade extinction far longer than most species on our planet?

Digestive systems changed to facilitate intake of T H E ADVENT OF SKELETONS 39 ever-larger volumes of sediment, for the successful use of this resource b e c a m e a numbers game: the larger the volume of sediment processed in a day, the more organic material available to the creature. Very quickly a wide variety of creatures evolved to exploit this resource. By far the richest region of organic material was the sediment's surface. Many organisms developed ways to ingest the organic material off the sediment's surface, by first roiling the sediment surface and then scooping the agitated material along the very top.

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