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Evolution

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  • 1. Evolution Climatiidus loinadus Hungrinfish
  • 2. The Hungrinfish The Hungrinfish is a shark like species from the early Devonian.
  • 3. Diet Its diet mainly was jellyfish. Otherwise it ate other fish. It had a mouth made out of scales about six inches long, that overlapped over five times. The thick layers of scales were always numb and spit out the stinger.
  • 4. Evolution Evolution occurred in the late Devonian. Jaws emerged. It ate seaweed and other fish. It could swim up to 10 MPH. It was predator and prey, swimming away from strong and eating weak. It was named himon fish or Culmacanthidus himenlis.
  • 5. Limbs A new species evolved, its legs allowed it to go on to land. As it prey moved onto land, it moved on to land. It evolved a head and tail, but it still preferred to stay in water where it was safer and more peaceful. It had small legs and large body about a yard long. It was called Albanerpetius lanlus.
  • 6. Features • It had eyes so it could detect almost all movement. • It was in groups of 12-24. After eggs hatched it split into 2 more groups. • Females blue, males grey with white spots. • Swam at 5 MPH. • Ate fish, amphibians, reptiles and eggs of amphibians.
  • 7. Extinction of albanerpetius lanlus • Albanerpetius lanlus died out in the early Permian but Albanerpetius panlas stayed alive. It was an amphibian that lived in the middle Permian. It also evolved from the Culmacanthidus himenlis. It had no legs, but otherwise it had the same features.
  • 8. Timeline Early Devonian Carboniferous Early Permian Late Permian hungrinfish begins evolves into himon fish prey moves on to land albanerpetius lanlus
  • 9. Thanks for watching.

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