Did you know that our true ancestor is an amphibian? What amphibian you may ask? Well, it is the Diplocaulus. Of course, it predates the dinosaurs and is thought to be their ancestor even closer than birds. It is thought to be the ancestor of 63% of modern life on Earth. Crazy, right? Wrong. It is thought to have had both lungs and gills. Which means that fish could have evolved from it. And if it evolved into a fish and into humans that means that we are somehow related to fish.
David and Damjan Veselinoski
David and Damjan are 10 years old brothers
who are fascinated by dinosaurs and animals.
And by far are the youngest writers for Voices.