Photo: Fossil Meat Found in 380-Million-Year-Old Fish



Eastmanosteus calliaspis is one of two fossil fish species in which ancient but well-preserved soft tissue has been found.

The fossilized muscle cells, blood vessels, and nerve cells shed light on an important group of fish that were the evolutionary precursors of large land animals.

Photograph courtesy Kate Trinajstic


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