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While a few of these fossils at least outwardly resemble living animals, notably the Pennatulacea or "sea pens," most appear radically different from any known living animal. UCMP alumnus Ben Waggoner, author of this web page, participated in the field trip and created this exhibit.The Mistaken Point fossils have inspired a good deal of controversy, with some scientists assigning them to a completely separate kingdom of multicellular life (e.g., Seilacher 1992, 1994). You may click on any of the smaller images to bring up a larger, high-quality version.In June of 2001, a group of scientists visited Mistaken Point and nearby sites on a field trip under the auspices of the Geological Asociation of Canada, led by Dr. Mistaken Point can be visited by those willing to hike a bit in a rather remote and occasionally hazardous area of Newfoundland. Misra, who at the time was a graduate student at Memorial University of Newfoundland, discovered and began to document some unusual fossils of late Precambrian age, found in great numbers on exposed rock surfaces along the southern coast of the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland (Anderson and Misra 1968; Misra 1969).(Mistaken Point got its name, incidentally, from the difficulty of navigating in the treacherous waters surrounding the point; over fifty ships are known to have been wrecked in the area.) The slabs that Misra saw contained numerous imprints of soft-bodied organisms, some of of which resembled those found at other late Precambrian sites, such as the White Sea coast of Russia and the Ediacara Hills of southern Australia.