Gojira have had three fossils named after them

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Palaeontologists have named three 190-million-year-old fossils after Gojira in tribute to the band’s legacy of writing “songs of an unfathomable intensity”. 

The fossils take the form of brittle stars and were discovered in France, Luxembourg and Austria on what was once the Jurassic Tethys Ocean bed. The scientists behind the discovery, and naming the fossils, were Lea Numberger and Ben Thuy from Luxembourg’s Natural History Museum and biologist Tania Pineda from the Florida Museum of Natural History.


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