Living fossils, Biology

LIVING FOSSILS -

1.

Limulus (King crab)

Arthropoda

2.

Neopelina

Mollusca

3.

Nautilus

Mollusca

4.

Plastasterias

Echinodermata

5.

Lamprey

Cyclostomata

6.

Latimaria

Fish

7.

Sphenodon (tuatara)

Reptilia

8.

Echidna

Mammalia

9.

Platypus

Mammalia

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