This grotesque prehistoric animal had spiny teeth in its guts.

In good preservation, a fossil of a bizarre, squishy animal with a toothy

According to a report published in the journal Biology Letters, the specimens

of this strange mollusk-like organism were discovered in Montana's

Carboniferous Bear Gulch Limestone deposit and were remarkably well preserved.

It was believed that this species, Typhloesus, existed between 358.9 million and 298.9 million years ago during the Carboniferous epoch.

been detected before, it hasn't been put into a particular animal group

Rich coal resources are known to have existed in the Carboniferous era's

fossilised rock layers. The amniote egg (with its shell) was discovered in

There won't be a German rave-inspired record from Doja Cat.