Do fish leave FOOTPRINTS? Tracks left by air-breathing lungfish could help unravel when animals moved onto the land more than 360 million years ago



It may be one of the stranger questions science has tried to answer, but UK researchers have been trying to find out if fish leave behind footprints.
Scientists have been looking to see if lungfish, the strange African fish which crawls from pond to pond in the dry season, leaves recognisable marks in the mud.
The research promises to help palaeontologists search for evidence of the first animals that made the move from sea to walk on land.
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A team at Liverpool John Moores University studied the tracks left by the fish as they scrambled awkwardly across a soft... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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