New “fossil” rodent found

The kha-nyou, as it is known locally, was trapped by an expedition in May. Experts say the kha-nyou [“fossil” rock rat] can trace its line to a rodent family that initial studies had suggested became extinct more than 11 million years ago. It`s scientifical name is Laonastes aenigmamus.

Check out more here -> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/5082264.stm

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It seems to me that whenever a found disturbes the phylogeny of an established familly, strange conclusions are drawn. To me the facts are quite simple: this creature prooves that it coped succesfully with environmental changes during the last “11 million years” … if it had not done that it would have certainly become extinct.

So, every new found will be chategorised as a ~living fossil~ just for the heck of it? Is this some kind of marketing strategy? Because after all, all living creatures could be named living fossils.

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What is our final destination? If we abandon the present moment, our final destination may be our death.

We don’t want to arrive there, we want to go in the direction of life.

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Zambeste trist, cu raze reci,

Sperantelor desarte,

In veci iubi-o-vei, in veci

Va ramanea departe.

S`a-tale zile or fi cum sunt,

Pustii ca niste stepe,

Iar noptile de-un farmec sfant

De nu-l mai poti pricepe