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Transitional fossils

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Scientists have found many transitional fossils that have all been chronologically dated that clearly show within millions of years one species evolving into another. Many organisms do not fossilize due to carbon decay and potential discoveries may be lost as a result; however, despite this, there are numerous examples of transitional fossils. In fact, there are so many reptilian/mammal fossils that paleontologists often argue about what to call them, reptile-like mammals or mammal-like reptiles. Yet, all are in agreement, it is clear that evolutionary transitions are occurring over the course of millions of years. Other transitional fossils include whales, horses, birds, hominids, etc.

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