The head of a Ventastega curonica is depicted in this artist rendering provided by Philip Renne. Scientists have found the fossil skull of the most primitive four-legged critter in Earth's history, a key point in the evolution from fish to animals that eventually walked on on land. At lower left are two Bothriolepis.

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