A predator which gives different looks like “shrimp” have 30,000 lenses in each eye which will provide most cleared vision. These deep sea creatures had found in the Australia’s Kangaroo Island of three feet long whose common name is Anomalocaris. Its eyes size ranges about 0.8 to 1.2 inches long. This species belongs to the period of 515 million years ago.
The most important animal of the Cambrian period, Anomalocaris had an encircling, protected jaws with teeth-like raggedness and spiky arms for gripping prey such as trilobites, a kind of vanished arthropod.
At the Kangaroo Island site, scientists also found Anomalocaris coprolites or fossilized poop in the shale deposits. The latest study presents more evidence that the creature was the predator of its era almost certainly the huge white shark of the Cambrian ocean.