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A study published in @nature on one of the world's oldest types of fish, Coelacanth, provided fresh insights into the evolution of lobe-finned fishes. Discover the inside story of the paper from first author Hugo Dutel on our Ecology & Evolution Community

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A study published in on one of the world's oldest types of fish, Coelacanth, provided fresh insights into the evolution of lobe-finned fishes. Discover the inside story of the paper from first author Hugo Dutel on our Ecology & Evolution Community. http://go.nature.com/2Peyiic 

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