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The Devonian Nekton Revolution never happened
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Jul 19 2018

An in-depth study of marine fossils and Paleozoic ocean life suggests the Devonian Nekton Revolution, a period when swimmers suddenly dominated in the oceans, between 419 million and 359 million years ago, may never have really taken place. It was the age of fishes and of forests, as bony fishes and seed-dropping trees arose during this time.

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