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Fish fossil catch from China includes oldest teeth ever

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A big catch of fish fossils in southern China includes the oldest teeth ever found — and may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite.
2 months ago·Beijing, China

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Fish fossil catch from China includes oldest teeth ever

NEW YORK (AP) — A big catch of fish fossils in southern China includes the oldest teeth ever found — and may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite. The finds offer new clues about a key period of evolution that’s been hard to flesh out because until now scientists haven't found many fossils from that era.

2 months ago·United States
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Fish fossil catch from China includes oldest teeth ever

A big catch of fish fossils in southern China includes the oldest teeth ever found - and may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Catch of fish fossils in China includes the oldest teeth ever found, researchers say

The findings may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Fossils found in China may show how humans evolved from fish, say researchers

Fish fossils dating back 440 million years are helping to "fill some of the key gaps" on how humans evolved from fish, researchers said on Wednesday.

2 months ago·South Africa
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Chinese fish fossils take a bite out of mystery of origin of jaws

Researchers described the earliest-known vertebrates that possessed jaws as revealed by fossils of four remarkable fish species unearthed in China, two dating from 436 million years ago and two from 439 million years ago.

2 months ago·India
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Fish fossil catch from China includes oldest teeth ever

By MADDIE BURAKOFF AP Science WriterNEW YORK (AP) — A big catch of fish fossils in southern China includes the oldest teeth ever found — and may help scientists learn how our aquatic ancestors got their bite. The finds offer new clues about a key period of evolution that’s been hard to flesh out because until now scientists haven’t found many fossils from that era. In a series of four studies, published Wednesday in the journal Nature, researche…

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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