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Abdominal muscles are not something usually seen in marine life, but researchers found a fossil fish with "rippling" abs in Australia.
The 380-million-year old armour-plated fishes, called placoderms, boasted the earliest know muscles ever found in a vertebrate.
Curtin University's Associate Professor Kate Trinajstic said soft preserved soft tissue in fossils is extremely rare, usually there is only bone left, according to a news release.
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