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  • Can you think of anything more exciting than GIANT smallmouth through the ice? Tie on a Chubby Darter and get after them.
  • Can you think of anything more exciting than GIANT smallmouth through the ice? Tie on a Chubby Darter and get after them.
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  • We almost killed them 🤣😅
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  • #fossilfriday, meet Tiktaalik roseae, star of the Neil Shubin book “Your Inner Fish” and your great great great back to the Devonian grandparent (of sorts)!
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Tiktaalik was discovered by Neil Shubin in the Canadian Arctic back in 2004. The name comes from the local Inuit word for “shallow water fish”.
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Tiktaalik is a sarcopterygian (lobe-finned) fish that highlights the transition between fish and tetrapods. It had front fins which contained a humerus, radius and an ulna. Unlike other fish, it actually had a neck; separation between the skull and the pectoral girdle that allows for isolated head movement from the body. Even its head was flat, with its eyes and nostrils placed on top of the head, just like early tetrapods.
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  • #fossilfriday , meet Tiktaalik roseae, star of the Neil Shubin book “Your Inner Fish” and your great great great back to the Devonian grandparent (of sorts)!
    .
    Tiktaalik was discovered by Neil Shubin in the Canadian Arctic back in 2004. The name comes from the local Inuit word for “shallow water fish”.
    .
    Tiktaalik is a sarcopterygian (lobe-finned) fish that highlights the transition between fish and tetrapods. It had front fins which contained a humerus, radius and an ulna. Unlike other fish, it actually had a neck; separation between the skull and the pectoral girdle that allows for isolated head movement from the body. Even its head was flat, with its eyes and nostrils placed on top of the head, just like early tetrapods.
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    #paleo #paleontology #paleobiology #biology #geology #science #museum #fossil #dinosaur #notadinosaur #fish #skeleton #bone #tetrapod #yourinnerfish #chicago #fieldmuseum
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