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Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Walk the dinosaur

Walk, don't run..........

"Sharks have been around for a long time, emerging over 400 million years ago. New research shows that tropical ‘walking sharks’ appeared just 9 million years ago, making them the most recently evolved shark on the planet."

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Hemiscyllium michaeli, a species of walking shark found near New Guinea. “We found the sharks, which use their fins to ‘walk’ around shallow reefs, only split off evolutionarily from their nearest common ancestor about 9 million years ago, and have been actively [spreading] into a complex of at least nine walking sharks ever since,”
Hemiscyllium michaeli, a species of walking shark found near New Guinea.
Hemiscyllium michaeli, a species of walking shark found near New Guinea.



Hemiscyllium michaeli, a species of walking shark found near New Guinea.



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