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News : Discovery Of 240 Million Year Old 'Mother Of All Lizards' Changes What Scientists Knew About Reptiles' Evolution

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macancrew.com -Discovery Of 240 Million Year Old 'Mother Of All Lizards' Changes What Scientists Knew About Reptiles' Evolution ... Megachirella wachtleri, a 240-million-year-old fossil, is the oldest known ancestor of lizards and snakes, according to a recent study published in the journal Nature. Its discovery suggests the

Discovery Of 240 Million Year Old 'Mother Of All Lizards' Changes What Scientists Knew About Reptiles' Evolution


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