The Paleozoic era, also known as the age of ancient life, spanned over 300 million years and saw the rise of many new species. From trilobites to mollusks, the Paleozoic era was a time of great biodiversity and evolution. It also saw the birth of complex organisms such as fish, amphibians, and reptiles, paving the way for the rise of modern life on Earth. Today, the fossils of these ancient creatures offer a glimpse into a world that existed long before ours.

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