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Metazoans—The Earliest Multicellular Animals

Lecture no. 4 from the course: Major Transitions in Evolution

Metazoans—The Earliest Multicellular Animals

Taught by Professor Anthony Martin and 1 others | 26 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Make the leap from individual eukaryotic cells to organized groups of cells, called metazoans, which represent the first animals. Learn what distinguishes animals from plants, and how strange forms of animals flourished about 600 million years ago in shallow-marine environments devoid of predators.

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