‘Extinct Fossil Fish’ Dating Back 420 Million Years Found Alive in Madagascar

Fishing

The coelacanth swimming fossils

A group of South African shark hunters have unwittingly rediscovered a population of fish predating dinosaurs that many in the scientific community believed to be extinct…

The “four-legged fossil fish” known as the coelacanth has been found alive and well in the West Indian Ocean off the coast of Madagascar, according to a report from the nonprofit environmental conservation platform Mongabay News… More on this swimming Fossil fish in the link below…

https://www.newsweek.com/extinct-fossil-fish-dating-back-420-million-years-found-alive-madagascar-1591688?amp=1

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