File:Tiktaalik roseae life restor.jpg

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English: Life restoration of Tiktaalik roseae, a transitional fossil ("missing link") between sarcopterygian fishes and tetrapods from the late Devonian period of North America. Original description: "Fossil fish bridges evolutionary gap between animals of land and sea."
Deutsch: Lebendrekonstruktion von Tiktaalik roseae, einer Übergangsform („Missing Link“) zwischen Muskelflosser-Fischen und Landwirbeltieren aus dem Oberdevon von Nordamerika.
Polski: Artystyczna próba rekonstrukcji sposobu życia Tiktaalika roseae, przejściowej formy kopalnej (tzw. “brakującego ogniwa ewolucji”) pomiędzy rybami a czworonożnymi płazami (późny Dewon, Ameryka Północna).
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Author Zina Deretsky, National Science Foundation (Courtesy: National Science Foundation)
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