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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.