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Ediacaran   (ē'dē-ä'kə-rən)  Pronunciation Key 
Relating to a group of fossilized organisms that are the earliest known remains of multicellular life. They are soft-bodied marine life forms that date from between 560 and 545 million years ago, during the late Precambrian Eon.
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