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The frilled shark has remained unchanged for 150 million years.
Endemic to New Zealand, the tuatara evolved 200 million years ago.
The sturgeon evolved in the Triassic period, over 200 million years ago.
The triops evolved over 220 million years ago.
The emperor scorpion is over 300 million years old, and one of the largest scorpion species in the world.
The horseshoe crab evolved over 445 million years ago.
The lamprey is over 350 million years old.
The coelacanth, thought to be extinct until recently, is about 360 million years old.
The nautilus evolved into its current form at least 500 million years ago.
Jellyfish are one of the worlds oldest existing lifeforms, at about 550 million years old.