Reconstruction of the 506-million-year-old Burgess Shale fossil hemichordate Gyaltsenglossus senis

Caption in the original publication reads:
The image in the foreground shows Gyaltsenglossus as it would appear while motile. The background illustrates the posture of the animal while attached to the seafloor and suspension feeding. a Royal Ontario Museum, Emily S. Damstra.
-Nanglu et al., Cambrian Tentaculate Worms and the Origin of the Hemichordate Body Plan, Current Biology (2020)

I wrote about this hemichordate illustration here.