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Author Topic:   Meet an ancestor.
bluegenes
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Message 1 of 2 (612446)
04-15-2011 5:48 PM


Well, an ancestor-relative, to be more precise.

I know that a few of these "jaw-bones to ear-bones" fossils have been found before, but this seems a particularly good illustrative transitional. It has a feature called "Meckel's cartilage" which we modern mammals still have as embryos, but which disappears as we mature.

New Scientist Article

Nature Abstract


  
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Message 2 of 2 (612450)
04-15-2011 6:35 PM


Damn, two more gaps created.

You'd think that after awhile the folk supporting Creationism or Intelligent OTJ Designers would get the hint.

Edited by jar, : fumble fingers dyslexia


Anyone so limited that they can only spell a word one way is severely handicapped!

  
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