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Fossils were unearthed by miners blasting through its layers of sandstone and shale. The specimens included other millipedes, but no one had seen anything quite like the handful of fossils that were found there last year by guests to the cliffs. Watch these (only distantly related) millipedes glow in the dark. bunion formingThe fossils are likely one to three different species, says Hannibal, who is helping with the analysis. They will likely fit into the group known as the archipolypods, which means ancient many feet. Members of this group have been found in Illinois, the Czech Republic, Great Britain, and beyond. Although many of the legs of the animals are quite well preserved, their tops are not in good shape. ( See how a millipede toddler learned to walk .) So we dont know what their tops were like, says Hannibal. They might have had spines, like some of their relatives, which look like big bottle brushes. Or they might have had no spines. So far we dont have any evidence. The next question will also be exactly how the new fossils may be related to other millipedes, says Hannibal.
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