Preteen tetrapods identified by bone scans

Improved technique suggests large four-limbed Acanthostega were still juveniles


ANCIENT YOUNGSTERS  Water-dwelling Acanthostega (museum imagining of full form shown) may have been hanging out in schools of youngsters 360 million years ago.



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