Palaeocastor - Daemonelix stock image
By Julio Lacerda
"Devil's corkscrew" is the name given to the fossilized burrows dug by the extinct beaver Palaeocastor. The strangely-shaped burrows were previously believed to be freshwater sponges or some kind of vegetation.
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