According to Leonid Moroz and 13 other scientists you are. A new phylum was assigned to a species of worm found in the Baltic sea that could be a missing link in early evolution.
Puzzled by a half inch Baltic Sea worm called Xenoturbella it was originally thought to be a type of mollusk. Further investigation showed it to be possible sister to echinoderms and hemichordates as well as chordates, the line humans evolved from.
“It is a basal organism, which by chance preserved the basal characteristics present in our common ancestor,” Moroz said. “This shows that our common ancestor doesn’t have a brain but rather a diffuse neural system in the animal’s surface.”