Living fossil

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Living fossil is a term used by evolutionist scientists to describe plants and animals which were either considered extinct until living examples are found or which, though never considered extinct, are now the sole or rare examples of species known more abundantly from fossils. The coelacanth is considered to be an example of living fossil by evolutionists.


  • Araucaria araucana or Monkey-puzzle tree
  • Cycads
  • Wollemia
  • Neolecta


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