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This unique fish represents the first of its kind in the fossil record, and is named after an infamous sci-fi polyglot!
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A new technique can be used to examine even the tiniest of details on fossils.
A discovery in an underwater cave in Mexico may indicates the earliest human settlers of the Americas.