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Land animals diversify faster than those in water

Animals living on land proliferate more rapidly than their aquatic counterparts, says a new study.

Land animals learned to breathe underwater!

Four-legged animals first developed the ability to breathe air as ancient fish in water, scientists have found.

First land animals kept fish-like jaws for millions of years

Land animals developed legs millions of years before their feeding systems changed enough to let them eat a strictly land-based diet, US paleontologists say.

First land animals shuffled like seals

The world`s first 3D reconstruction of a four-legged animal backbone has shown that the early animals on land moved around like seals.