Age of Fishes

NOUN
  1. from 405 million to 345 million years ago; preponderance of fishes and appearance of amphibians and ammonites
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  • The other rib and limb bones eventually hardened from their vestigial origins in the cartilage of fishes.
  • The other rib and limb bones eventually hardened from their vestigial origins in the cartilage of fishes.
  • That time, part of an interval of Earth's history called the Devonian Period by scientists such as geologists and paleontologists, is known popularly as the Age of Fishes.
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