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Your questions, answered: Do we know when chimaeras shifted to deep-water habitats?
February 22, 2011 · 1 Comment

Earlier this month we received a question on one of our past posts, The Ghost Sharks of the Jurassic, asking: “Do we know when these chimaeras shifted to deep-water habitats? If predation and, in particular, the evolution and diversification of predatory species prompted their geographic transition, at what point would a sort of critical level […]

Jurassic Puckering – Kissing Fish and Salt Water Evolution
May 25, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Our Archaeopteryx show has bedazzling fossils – the only Archaeopteryx skeleton in the New World, complete with clear impressions of feathers. Plus frog-mouthed pterodactyls, fast-swimming Sea Crocs, and slinky land lizards. But wait…….there’s more! The exhibit has spectacular Jurassic fish! By “spectacular” I don’t mean gigantic. Most of the Jurassic finny species were small to […]



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