Images of a 'Rebel' Coelacanth

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Credit: Michael Skrepnick
A coelacanth species discovered in British Columbia is the only known version of this ancient fish to boast a forked tail. The fast-swimming coelacanth…Read More »

Rebellatrix chasing smaller species of fishes in the Early Triassic ocean west of Pangaea.   Less «
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