very little, there are stromatolites, domed mates of microscopic algae that are aged as precambrian. No other fossils in the precambrian
There are many fossil records from the Precambrian era because there are so many stromatolites buried.
Most life-forms were single-celled, with no hard parts to fossilize.
There are absolutely no fossil records of any elephants evolving, actually, there are no fossil records of anyanimal evolving.
simple, single-celled organism
Yes, although the fossil record for the precambrian period is scarce. See related link.
The Precambrian life forms were less developed than the Paleozoic life forms.
Sometimes when fossil records are not complete is because the fossil separate during the fossilization process or that particular bone is to soft to preserve
Stromatolites were much more abundant on the planet in Precambrian times which means that fossils found around stromatolites are typically from the Precambrian era.
Life had only just started during the precambrian. Most life during the precambrian consisted of nonanimalian protists and bacteria. Maybe by the very very end of the precambrian there were the first jellyfish and worms. The precambrian started 4.6 billion years ago. Life started and consisted of bacteria 3.8 billion years ago. The precambrian ended about 590 million years ago.
The first animal life on Earth was in the ocean in the Precambrian time. The exact nature of the first animals is not known as the fossil record from that time is incomplete.
No. The Precambrian era pre-dates the origin of complex life on earth.Humans (modern Homo sapiens) appeared around 200,000 years ago which is approximately 500 million years after the Precambrian ended. Also humans didn't develop "writing" until several thousand years ago (approx 6600 years BC).As such there can be no written record of the Precambrian.For more information about the Precambrian, please see the related link.
Fossil records tell that they were exotic and vascular.
Most precambrian life was soft bodied and did not fossilize well.
The Precambrian is a longer span of geologic time leading up the the Paleozoic era. During the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic era, there was an explosion in the evolution of life forms. In the Precambrian, life was restricted to the sea. In the Paleozoic, life began on land.
Fossil records are not complete. By some estimates, less than 1% of organisms that have lived appear in the fossil record.
Fossils are rare in Precambrian rocks, probably because Precambrian life-forms lacked bones, shells, or other hard parts that commonly form fossils. Also, Precambrian rocks are extremely old.
because it hiding in the records of the rock