ANCIENT FISH WITH STRONG JAWLINE COULD REWRITE HISTORY OF FACES
The Entelognathus primordialis, an armored fish of about 20 cm in length that lived 419 million years ago in the seas of the current China, is the earliest known creature with a modern jaw The finding calls into question the whole evolution of vertebrates, including humans.
- Illustration by Brian Choo
Read more about Entelognathus primordialis at National Geographic.
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