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Biology, 18.11.2020 22:30, annapittbull12

Dr. Digger, a paleontologist, finds a fossil that he describes in his journal. The creature was approximately 1 meter long, with its backbone fused into a large shell covering the body cavity. It had a beaklike mouth, without teeth, and all four limbs were in the form of flippers.

Based on anatomical similarities, to which modern animal is Dr. Digger’s creature most closely related?

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