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The small brown fish has very few of the anatomical characteristics of modern eels, a vast range whose 819 species are grouped into 19 families.
In contrast, it has many hallmarks of primitive eels which lived in the early Mesozoic era, back when dinosaurs ruled the Earth.
The similarities include a disproportionately large head, a short compressed body, collar-like openings on the gills, rays on the caudal fin and a jawbone tip called a premaxilla.
Originally posted by Frogs
reply to post by beezzer
Hmmm...well lets see. The eels have been around for a long time but have only recently been discovered by the mainstream - kinda like Ron Paul.
Originally posted by SheeplFlavoredAgain
Nice find! The question is, did they survive all this time in that cave or did they swim in through a time portal? Inquiring minds want to know!
Never mind Ron Paul, we need to work in HAARP and Elenin for the win! Bonus points for Nibiru!