1. As the New York Times reports, researchers have decoded the genome of the coelacanth in hopes of learning more about how fish evolved limbs and made the step from sea to land. 

    The Museum’s Ichthyology Collection actually includes a coelacanth, along with more than 2 million fish specimens (!). Take a look in this video.

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