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Australian scientists discover oldest live birth
Posted on Wednesday, 4 June, 2008 |
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Scientists in Australia reported Thursday they had discovered the remains of the oldest vertebrate mother ever found.
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#1 Posted by
on 8 June, 2008, 10:30
I take it that it's too late to start shouting 'push push!'.
#2 Posted by
on 15 July, 2008, 4:20
Oh yeah! I saw this in a magazine months ago, I can't believe the mommy-fish and the baby-fish both got fossilized with umbilical cord intact! I don't understand how Fishes and Reptiles and Birds are Oviparous while us Mammals are Viviparous... there's a big gap between that fish and us, I wonder what causes it... oh and Modern fish fertilize their eggs outside of the female...
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