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YOUR INNER FISH

Amazing Places, Amazing Fossils: Tritheledont

  • Aired: 04/09/2014
  • 04:05
  • Rating: NR
The Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada, is home not only to the world's largest tides, but also to some incredibly important fossils. Paleontologist Neil Shubin describes one particularly striking specimen from these cliffs: an animal in the midst of the reptile-to-mammal transition.
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Neil Shubin finds a tiny fossil that represents an important time in our evolution.
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