In Canada, paleontologists found the remains of an animal with 220 legs in the Burgess sediments. His body is divided into 110 parts, which is a record for his time.
The animal swam in the world's oceans about 500 million years ago.
The length of the animal, which has the scientific name "Balhuticaris voltae", reached 24.5 centimeters. He was a representative of the class of arthropods.