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Ancient Creature of the Deep

Ancient Creature of the Deep The Coelacanth has been referred to as a "living fossil" due to its resistance to change during its 400 million year inhabitance of the Earth's oceans. This PBS site provides the exciting background of its discovery, information on the anatomy, and a quiz to test
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Ancient Creature of the Deep


The Coelacanth has been referred to as a "living fossil" due to its resistance to change during its 400 million year inhabitance of the Earth's oceans. This PBS site provides the exciting background of its discovery, information on the anatomy, and a quiz to test recently-acquired knowledge on this historic fish.

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