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Whale Evolution (Part Two): the Walking Whale “PAKICETUS”

Whales are the largest animals of ALL TIME… At one stage of their evolutionary history, they lived on land! In this new series, I’ll be documenting this remarkable step-wise transition to the water… but what did these walking whales look like?

Remarkable fossils from the Indo-Pakistan region give clues to their appearance… Join me, as we give you the scoop on the 50 million year old walking whale, PAKICETUS!