Historic animal considered first air breather on land loses declare to fame

Some good scientific sleuthing by an undergraduate scholar has helped rewrite one of many earliest chapters within the planet’s evolutionary historical past. The analysis has proven that the millipede considered the world’s oldest recognized air-respiration land creature is actually about 14 million years youthful than beforehand thought and can’t be the unique land breather.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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