According to Phys.org, a Fossil has been named after Henry Rollins. The fossil is of a muscly fossil fireworm and is called Rollinschaeta myoplena. It was discovered by the University of Bristol. Bristol PhD student Luke Parry said: "Fossil muscle tissue is rare and usually not described in any detail by palaeontologists, but our discovery highlights that soft tissues preserved in fossils can offer details approaching what we can observe in living organisms. When choosing a name for our muscly beast, we decided to honour Henry Rollins, the legendary, muscular frontman of LA punk band Black Flag."
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