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Fossilized remains of "Cthulhu" discovered in England

Gizmag - Tue 9 Apr 19

The fossilized remains of Cthulhu have been discovered in England – but it's probably safe to look upon its form without going mad. Palaeontologists have described a new species of ...

'Cthulhu' fossil reconstruction reveals monstrous relative of modern sea cucumbers - Tue 9 Apr 19

An exceptionally-preserved fossil from Herefordshire in the UK has given new insights into the early evolution of sea cucumbers, the group that includes the sea pig and its relatives, according ...

'Cthulhu' fossil reconstruction reveals monstrous relative of modern sea cucumbers, ScienceDaily - Wed 10 Apr 19

Cthulu lives! Or lived. Sort of

Cosmos Magazine - Tue 9 Apr 19

Palaeontologists reveal a multi-tentacled creature of the deep. Andrew Masterson reports.

Paleontologists Discover Creepy 430 Million-Year-Old ‘Cthulhu’ Fossil - Wed 10 Apr 19

Paleontologists have identified a 430 million-year-old fossil as a new species that is related to sea cucumbers, and the strange creature reminded them so much of H.P. Lovecraft’s fictional ...

Scientists discover 'Cthulhu' fossil of creature with 45 tentacles that lived 430 million years ago

Daily Mail - Wed 10 Apr 19

According to scientists, a creature similar to H.P. Lovecraft's fictional and monstrous sea beast, Cthulhu, did exist at one point — the only difference is it was about 3 cm wide.

Fossilized remains of 430 million-year-old 'sea monster' found

FOXNews - Wed 10 Apr 19

The fossilized remains of a 430 million-year-old sea creature that had tentacles longer than its body have been found in Britain.

Cthulhu-like 430-million-year-old creature was an ancient relative to sea cucumbers

ZME Science - Wed 10 Apr 19

"In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming."

Scientists discover Cthulhu sea cucumber that terrorised oceans 430 million years ago - CNET

CNET - Tue 9 Apr 19

Behold the Great Old One, over there next to the seaweed.

Giant sea cumcumber species named after H.P. Lovecraft creature 'Cthulhu'

UPI - Wed 10 Apr 19

Scientists have discovered a new extinct species of sea cucumber thanks to an exceptionally preserved fossil found along the coast of England.

The return of Cthulhu -- the small sea critter

Eurekalert - Tue 9 Apr 19

Researchers at Yale, Oxford, the University of Leicester, Imperial College London, and University College London have identified a 430-million-year-old fossil as a new species related to living ...