Vol. 2, Issue 4 (2015)
This is the first report on the occurrence of the metazoan fossils from the NEO-PROTEROZOIC INDRAVATI GROUP of rocks in the Bastar District of Chhattisgarh State in central India. These Metazoan Fossils are of tubular morphology and occur as reef builders in the lime stones of Kanger Formation. Prior to this report, cynobacterial life forms represented by stromatolytes were the only known fossil occurrence within the Indravati Basin. The occurrence of Metazoan fossils indicate that the condition existed for the evolution of higher life forms during the later part of the Proterozoic in the region.
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