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Author Topic:   Evolving the Musculoskeletal System
Dr Adequate
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Message 526 of 527 (600370)
01-14-2011 8:27 AM
Reply to: Message 525 by Dr Jack
01-14-2011 8:23 AM

Re: living transitional skeletons
Really? I must find out more about this; I had always understood that the cartilage in sharks was evolved from bone.
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Message 527 of 527 (601331)
01-19-2011 9:42 PM
Reply to: Message 526 by Dr Adequate
01-14-2011 8:27 AM

Re: living transitional skeletons
i'm actually unsure, here.

in any case, i was merely trying to demonstrate some living animals that represent various states of bone/not-bone, not necessarily an actual lineage (which modern sharks, a crown group, would certainly not technically be a part of).

in any case, that was not what ICdesign (proponentsists) meant.


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