8/29/2014

Researchers investigating the way that marine life spread onto dry land have trained more than 100 "dinosaur eel" fish to walk about in a terrestrial environment. The fish, which can breathe air, were raised in a tank with just a whisper of water to keep them hydrated, and they eventually learned to hold their heads high and scuttle about on their fins.

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