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A whale of a fox tale

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posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 11:05 PM
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A whale of a fox tale


www.csmonitor.com

From fox-sized creatures mighty leviathans evolve. That's the story that fossils from India's portion of Kashmir appear to tell about the evolution of whales.

A team led by paleontologist Hans Thewissen says it has found the closest known fossil relative of whales – a four-hoofed creature that had an even number of toes, looked a bit like a miniature deer, and appears to have spent a great deal of time wading in shallow waters some 48 million years ago.
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posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 11:05 PM
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This research team reported in Nature that the fossil they found is similar in many ways including bone structure, ears and teeth to whales thus providing evolutionists evidence that this hooved mammal was a predecessor of the whale.

Actually, I think no matter how many mammals that somehow resemble whales they find it won't prove that evolution is responsible for all the many and varied species here on earth. Your thoughts?

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