http://www.nature.com/news/2006/060403/full/060403-7.html http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2006/04/tiktaalik_makes_another_gap.php[/URL] [QUOTE]Well, here it is in all it's beautiful glory, another piece in the tetrapod origins story has just arrived in two articles in Nature today. .... This is Tiktaalik rosae, a lobe-finned fish from the Late Devonian Fram Formation of Arctic Canada. The key features that make this animal a lobe-finned fish are the limbs which clearly have a humerus that branches out to a radius and ulna, like our own limbs. But Tiktaalik is clearly different. It has foregone a lot of the other lobe-finned fish conditions for characteristics that are much more like a tetrapod. In fact, Tiktaalik is without question the most tetrapod-like sarcopterygian known to date, and it fills an important gap in the fossil record. Clearly, it's can no longer be safely jammed into that "fish" category.[/QUOTE] [url]http://lancelet.blogspot.com/2006/04/tiktaalik-rosae.html[/url] Yet another piece of evidence that support evolution.