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Huffington Post
Thu, 04 Oct 2012 04:54:58 -0700

Around the Web. That's no primate: It's a fish! New look at fossil of 'lemur without a nose' · BBC NEWS | Science & Environment | Scientists hail stunning fossil · 'Noseless Lemur' Fossil Actually a Fish - Yahoo! News · Evolutionary history of lemurs ...
 
Memphis Flyer (blog)
Tue, 22 Feb 2011 13:29:27 -0800

While working on today's Tuesday Twitter Trivia question, I opened a few links to read later. One of them was the Wikipedia entry on The Evolutionary History of Lemurs, which was the "featured article" on Wikipedia. When I went back to read it, I saw ...
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