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Tiktaalik a trasitional fossil
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Admiral-165 Creator
Admiral-165 Sep 24 2012, 5:04pm says:

I went fishing and caught one of these...

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Cervi_Messias Sep 24 2012, 10:27pm says:

may i have it, i want to beat some creationists over the head with it, mabye then they would shut up about there anti scientific beliefs.

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Cyborg_Putin Oct 13 2012, 1:23pm says:

What an interesting and fascinating structure :)

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InsanityPays Nov 6 2012, 11:12am says:

I wonder what it tastes like...

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Kalga Mar 18 2013, 10:40pm replied:


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Kalga Mar 20 2013, 10:08am says:

Not a crocduck but close enough... a crocfish.

Please tell me I'm not the only person who's thinking of that...

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MeetTiktaalik nicknamed fishapod. He is one of the best examples of a "transition fossil"
Now yes I know techincally all fossils and all life is "transitional" but this little guy is a good example.
with transional feet/fins and both lungs and gills he is a bridge between the land and sea.

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