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Re: lungfish tracks?



On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 10:11:54 -0700 (MST), Richard W. Travsky wrote
> >
> > Yes - it's more of a squirm than a walk, which wouldn't leave any nice 
neat
> > tracks (since the undulating body would obliterate what little impressions
> > the fins made).
> 
> Well, that's still a track of sorts, yes? And indicative of a lungfish?

Or an eel, or a catfish, or just about any other sort of fish that is capable 
of wriggling overland for short distances. Not to mention some of the larger 
salamanders with reduced legs.

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Dann Pigdon
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