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Author Topic:   New Tetrapod Shows Evolution from Fish to Land
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04-06-2006 9:37 AM

Nature has just published an interesting article on a new species that shows clear signs of intermediate changes from fish to amphibian. Main story is here:


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This is indeed a major find and a major development in understanding the evolution from fish to amphibians and ultimately the conquering of land.

What do the creationists think? Is this not a clear example of an intermediate fossil?


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04-06-2006 10:20 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by sld
04-06-2006 9:37 AM

Day late and several dollars short. Look In The News.

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