Imperial University London
VIDEO CLIP: Virtual three-dimensional type of the braincase of Minjinia turgenensis generated from CT view that is scan
Credit: Imperial University London/Natural History Museum
Sharks’ non-bony skeletons had been considered to be the template before bony interior skeletons developed, but a fresh discovery that is fossil otherwise.
The development of a fish that is 410-million-year-old having a bony skull shows the lighter skeletons of sharks might have developed from bony ancestors, as opposed to the other means around.