By "missing link" I presume you are referring to transitional forms, in which case, yes, we have hundreds. Although it does depend on one's definition of transitional form. Pedantically-speaking every individual organism on Earth is a transitional form: between its parents and its offspring. As for transitional forms in the colloquial meaning, referring to taxa with traits which place them in a transitional state between larger taxonomic groupings (sacropterygians to labyrinthodonts; Theropda yielding Aves; etc.), yes, there are hundreds of them. My favorites are probably Archaeopteryx, Anchiornis, Tiktaalik, Ambulocetus, and Merychippus.
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Shattering the Myths of Darwin's Theory
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