13-million-year-old ‘storyteller’ crocodylian fossils show evidence for parallel evolution

The 13-million-year-old fossils of an extinct crocodylian, named ‘the storyteller,’ suggest that South American and Indian species evolved separately to acquire protruding, ‘telescoped’ eyes for river-dwelling.
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