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  The Coelacanth has been referred to as a "living fossil"
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 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 a background, brief questions and additional information for teachers.

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