A group of scientists reconstructed, from fossils, an extinct fish whose long snout resembles a platypus and which lived in Australia about 175 million years ago. The fossilized fish, called “Brindabellaspis” because it comes from the Australian ridges Brindabella, was found in 1980 in the paleontological site of Lake Burrinjuck, located in the eastern state of New South Wales.

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