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Fish Fossil Discovery

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Fish Fossil Discovery

Fish Fossil Discovery

Fish Fossil Discovery

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Researchers report that they've found a key fossil showing a step in the evolutionary transition from fish with fins to four-legged animals that could crawl out onto dry land. Ira Flatow talks to a researcher about the find.

Guest:

Edward Daeschler, curator of vertebrate biology, Academy of Natural Sciences.

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