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Devonian Fish Sidesteps Current Evolutionary Theory

Hongyu chowi - Convergent Evolution Or Did We Get It All Wrong? The invasion of the land by vertebrates, the evolution of the first four-legged land animals (Tetrapods), in the Late Devonian is regarded as one of the most significant periods in the history of the Chordates.  Palaeontologists think that the first land animals with
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