Life Before the Dinosaurs is a blog by Art, who’s seven years old. Art dictates the heavy paleontology stuff to his mom, who does the tedious work of typing.
It’s astounding how much Art knows about Precambrian and early Paleozoic life. This is the kind of stuff he informs us about: “Palaeospondylus was a mysterious worm-like fish which has been described as a larval tetrapod, lungfish, unarmored placoderm, and agnathan.” He must grow up to be one super paleontologist!
Even though Art uses a lot of difficult terms, his language is delightfully straight-forward for us non-native English speakers.
Now, go see the blog, slow-news-day.net too thinks arthropods are cool.