Fuzzy descended from Planaria ?

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    Amstaff
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    So, anyone who has ever taken any biology courses is probably familiar with the tiny Planaria, a type of flatworm. This tiny creature is rather cute, and has a body shaped similar to that of the Fuzzy !

    The planarian are found all over the earth, and live in many places, such as salt and fresh water and also on land in moist areas like under logs and in soil. Another interesting fact is they can be cut into many pieces,and each piece will grow into a new planaria !! Hrrmmm…. I wonder if the fuzzy can multiply like this also? ** Runs off to grab the scissors and some fuzzies **…… Just kidding !! I would never attempt this myself, I love my fuzzies too much !!

    Also planarian have apparently limitless regenerative capacity, making them “effectively immortal” ! Hrrmmm, sounds like a fuzzy to me ! I never had one die yet !

    They are cute with their little eyespots !

    Ooooo…. dividing into 2 ! 🙂

    So maybe fuzzies evolved from the Planarian ? Becoming covered in fur or short fuzz, and craving chocolate?

    #932159

    Susie
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    I would think so! :love: There are those fossels that resemble them tooo, I cannot think of the name… I think the roots of the fuzzy so WAY back.

    #932161

    etruscan
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    I would think so! :love: There are those fossels that resemble them too, I cannot think of the name… I think the roots of the fuzzy so WAY back.

    Maybe all the way back to Canadia spinosa from the Burgess Shale …

    http://paleobiology.si.edu/burgess/canadia.html

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    96037
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    I would think so! :love: There are those fossels that resemble them too, I cannot think of the name… I think the roots of the fuzzy so WAY back.

    Maybe all the way back to Canadia spinosa from the Burgess Shale …

    http://paleobiology.si.edu/burgess/canadia.html

    Wow, that literally translates to the “thorny/spiney Canadian”. So fuzzies originate from ancient Canada? How Interesting…

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    Susie
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    that’s the fossil! :love:

    #932193

    Ela_Hara
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    I would think so! :love: There are those fossels that resemble them too, I cannot think of the name… I think the roots of the fuzzy so WAY back.

    Maybe all the way back to Canadia spinosa from the Burgess Shale …

    http://paleobiology.si.edu/burgess/canadia.html

    I’m sooooo glad that our Fuzzies aren’t as spiky but are cuddly cute!

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