Study of 385-million-year-old shark suggests humans and sharks shared common ancestor 440 million years ago

A team of researchers with the University of Chicago, University College Dublin and Cambridge University studying a 385-million-year-old shark fossil has found evidence that suggests humans and sharks shared a common ancestor approximately 440 million years ago.

Study of 385-million-year-old shark suggests humans and sharks shared common ancestor 440 million years ago

A team of researchers with the University of Chicago, University College Dublin and Cambridge University studying a 385-million-year-old shark fossil has found evidence that suggests humans ...

Thu 4 Jan 18 from Phys.org

Shark evolution mystery grows older and deeper

A single specimen answers and creates questions in equal measure. Andrew Masterson reports.

Wed 3 Jan 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Humans and sharks last shared a common ancestor 440 million years ago

The sole fossil specimen of its species teach us a lot about an ancient lineage.

Wed 3 Jan 18 from ZME Science

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