Pitt’s Talib Zanna (42) celebrates as Lamar Patterson, right, pats Josh Newkirk, left center, after Newkirk’s game-tying, buzzer-beater at the end of regulation during their NCAA college basketball game against Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, S.C. on Saturday, Mar. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Anderson Independent-Mail, Mark Crammer)CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Pittsburgh’s Josh Newkirk saw the ball free on the floor about 10 feet from the basket and didn’t know whether to drive to the basket or just put it up, so he let his instincts take over.“I was just happy to pull up and it went in,” said Newkirk, who’s only jumper of the game forced overtime and rescued the Panthers who had trailed 67-62 in the final seconds. “It was my only shot, but the only shot I needed to hit.”Given new life, the Panthers (23-8, 11-7 Atlantic Coast Conference) quickly pushed out to a seven-point lead to win 83-78 in their first visit to Clemson.Lamar Patterson tied his career high with 30 points, including a 3-pointer with 3 seconds left to set up the wild finish to regulation. Damarcus Harrison couldn’t get the inbounds pass in cleanly to K.J. McDaniels near the baseline and Newkirk saw the ball bounce his way when Patterson tipped it. After the shot, officials used monitors on each side of the court to take a look and decided there wasn’t indisputable evidence to rule it had come after time ran out.“We were pretty sure it was a make,” said Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon, whose team was stung last month on a 35-foot game-winner by Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis in a 58-56 defeat. “I never came out of the huddle preparing for the overtime.”Patterson said the Panthers, who hadn’t led since midway through the first half, wanted to put the Tigers (19-11, 10-8) away quickly. He hit his fifth 3-pointer to take the lead for good and Cameron Wright added a pair of baskets to put Pittsburgh up 74-67.Clemson cut the lead to three points in overtime, the last at 81-78 on Rod Hall’s steal and layup with 18.8 seconds left. Wright then followed with the clinching foul shots at Pittsburgh moved to 4-0 in overtime games this season.Patterson said the team dug in during the final seconds instead of giving in to Clemson. “We had games where we lost at the end because there was time on the clock still and someone hit the big shot,” he said. “We know when the game’s over is when the horn sounds and not when there’s a couple of seconds left.”McDaniels had 24 points to lead the Tigers, who were seeking their first-ever 11-win ACC season.Wright had 16 points and Talib Zanna 10 points and 10 rebounds.Patterson was 10 of 19 from the field and matched his previous best set against Cal Poly this past December.For much of the game, it looked like the Tigers were in control.Clemson coach Brad Brownell slammed a white board in the huddle before overtime to get his players’ attention, sensing losing such a lead would deflate his players.“I guess you do this long enough, you see a little bit of everything. That’s one that’ll stick with me for a while,” Brownell said.Clemson was up 48-38 after Roper’s third 3 with 12:54 left. But Pittsburgh followed with an 18-8 run, highlighted by Patterson’s takeover. He had a basket, then a three-point play to draw the Panthers within in point. He struck for a 3-pointer 3 minutes later to cut Clemson’s lead to 56-54, then tied it moments later a fast-break layup.Patterson tied the game one last time at 60-all with 3:44 to go before McDaniels’ running jam put the Tigers up for good.This game featured a pair of teams heading in different directions. Pittsburgh was ranked much of the year as it opened 6-1 its first season in the ACC. But things have gotten tougher for the Panthers the past few weeks as they’ve gone just 4-6 heading into the season finale.Clemson, picked 14th out of 15 ACC teams when the season began, has been one of the league’s biggest surprises and has won four of its past five to keep faint hopes of an NCAA trip alive.It was also a game of contrasting styles with the high-pace, high-possession Panthers attacking whenever they saw a crack in the defense. The Tigers rely on their defense, ranked second in the country in fewest points allowed, and taking their time on offense.Pittsburgh got the better of things when the teams met up North in January with 76-43 victory.
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Proof Martin Atkinson changed his mind on Son red card after horror Gomes injury TOTTENHAM boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that Everton skipper Seamus Coleman and a number of other players consoled Son Heung-min in the dressing room.The Spurs forward was reduced to tears after his tackle on Andre Gomes left the midfielder with a suspected broken leg.2 Everton players consoled Spurs star Son Heung-min after the gameCredit: AFP or licensors2 Son was left distraught after realising his tackle contributed to Angel Gomes’ injuryCredit: GettySon, 27, was shown a straight red card for the challenge, despite referee Martin Atkinson initially bringing out the yellow.A Premier League statement said the South Korean international was given his marching orders because his tackle “endangered the safety” of the former Barcelona ace.Dele Alli declared after the game that Son was struggling to lift his head up, but Pochettino has since revealed that the ex-Hamburg winger is now feeling better.The former Southampton gaffer said: “He was devastated but now he’s better. I think the players from Everton came to console him.”In the moment was a little bit confusing, because no-one knows on the pitch what happened. Everyone believed that it was a bad tackle and there was emotion.”But after when everyone watched on TV and saw the [injury] was very, very, very bad luck. We all feel sorry for Andre. We want to send our best wishes to him and the family in this tough moment.”Asked in his press conference whether Son will get help dealing with what happened, Poch added: “We are the best psychologists, the physios, the doctors, the team-mates and the players from Everton that were fantastic.Son breaks down in tears as Gomes screams in agony from broken ankle Tosun recalls harrowing moment Andre Gomes lay crying in shock with his eyes wide open after Son tackle Son ‘in Spurs changing room in tears refusing to lift head’ after Gomes woe Everton confirm surgery for Gomes on Monday after breaking right ankle Prem release statement on why Son was sent off after Gomes leg horror Everton stars including Coleman went into Spurs dressing room to comfort Son “I want to say thank you to the captain, Coleman, they came to the dressing room to console Sonny and now he’s very calm.”I want to say thank you to the players and Coleman, who came in on behalf of the players of Everton.”Everton boss Marco Silva told beIN SPORTS: “We have to be fair to Son. All the respect to Son.”Every time I look to him, and Andre, both of them we can put as high-level football players.”High-level characters as well. Even if I don’t know Son personally, he’s a very good player, I don’t believe he did that with bad intention. No, it was a tackle in that moment but not with bad intention for sure.”He doesn’t want that for sure. He’s so sad in this moment, in the dressing room, because a football player like Son does not want to do that, I am 100% sure he doesn’t want to do something with that intention.”It was an opinion shared by many that Son shouldn’t have been sent off, as Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker tweeted: “Son clearly massively upset.Son Heung-min is sent off for a tackle on Andre Gomes, who is stretchered off with a horrifying injury, with both sets of players are visibly distressed.📺 Watch on Sky Sports Premier League📱 Follow #EVETOT here: https://t.co/z2eOdJ0X12 📲 Download the @SkySports app pic.twitter.com/roCKzJ29e3— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 3, 2019 “Without the injury he wouldn’t have been shown a red card. He’ll care less about that than injuring a fellow professional so seriously. Such a shame.”Michael Owen said: “Shocking decision to send Son off but that’s insignificant in the scheme of things. The wellbeing of players is the most important thing. Get well soon Andre Gomes.”Jamie Carragher added: “It’s not a red card. Son is just trying to stop him in his tracks and Gomes’ foot just gets caught underneath him.”Marco Silva speaks to the press about André Gomes after horror leg break leaves the midfielder in hospital
Three of those referrals, all in the first half, proved hugely important as Pawson and VAR Andre Marriner, based in a London television studio, disallowed a West Brom goal, awarded Liverpool a penalty and then allowed an Albion goal to stand.“I think it’s normal that it will change things,” said Klopp. “Is it nice that West Brom celebrate a goal then somebody tells them it’s not a goal? No, but I think it’s important if a goal needs to be disallowed, it is disallowed.“Normally after a game I have to explain to you (the media) a defeat which was not deserved because we didn’t get a penalty or they scored another goal. Is it cool in January to have delays when it’s cold, especially for the players? Maybe not.“But it will become smoother and more fluent in the future,” the German added.In truth, Klopp and Liverpool benefitted from two of those three decisions and could have been facing an even greater defeat had they not done so.Roberto Firmino handed Liverpool an early lead only for Jay Rodriguez to score twice and Craig Dawson to add a third goal in first-half injury-time via defender Joel Matip, but only after the VAR ruled Rodriguez had not been offside.Of the other two key VAR decisions, Pawson decided Gareth Barry was offside when Dawson headed in what would have been West Brom’s third goal and then correctly judged that Jake Livermore fouled Mo Salah for a penalty which Firmino struck onto the crossbar.– ‘Mysterious situation’ –Despite the victory, Albion manager Alan Pardew admitted he was bemused by what he had witnessed.“It’s hard to know where to start,” he said after his side, threatened with relegation from the Premier League, beat fourth-placed Liverpool.“I don’t think that is what we want to see going forward, whether you are a Liverpool or West Brom fan.“Firstly there is no communication from the referee to us. Like in the NFL (American football), when there is a call and they say they are going to look at that.“Then they reversed the Dawson goal, which if it wasn’t for the system, would never have been disallowed in any league game.“The fourth official said it was offside, which surprises me from a corner. I have looked at it and it is really marginal.”The experienced English boss added: “There is a question there. Are we going to start taking goals away from the entertainment for those slight margins? That is a worry.“The second one, you can argue Jake has lifted his arm. But would he have got a penalty in a normal game without VAR? I don’t know.“But the bigger decision was the four minutes for the Salah decision. You are going from high tempo work-rate to nothing. We had a hamstring (injury) just after that. As a coach, we have to change, we are going to have to get our players to mentally warm-up in that situation and keep themselves ticking over.“You could say that is a lack of professionalism against us. I don’t know. It is just bizarre. As a football person on the sidelines, I wasn’t comfortable with the first half. It was a mysterious situation at times.”Liverpool were marginally better in the second half but could only add a consolation goal through Salah.“I don’t like to say it, but it’s the truth,” said Klopp. “West Brom deserved to win the game.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp said he was in favour of the video assistant referee system despite losing to West Brom © AFP / Geoff CADDICKLIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, Jan 28 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted he remained a fan of the controversial video assistant referee system despite his team’s bitterly disappointing 3-2 defeat by West Bromwich Albion in the fourth round of the FA Cup.Match referee Craig Pawson used the system no fewer than eight times during an eventful game at Anfield on Saturday, with VAR being trialled in English cup competitions this season.
1 Danish winger Pione Sisto battles Liverpool’s German midfielder Emre Can West Ham have failed in a last-minute bid to sign FC Midtjylland winger Pione Sisto.Hammers boss Slaven Bilic had been keen to bring the 20-year-old to Upton Park but the young Dane has elected to stay with the Superliga outfit.The Denmark under-21 star impressed West Ham scouts last week as he helped knock Southampton out of the Europa League qualifying round.However, according to news outlet Ekstra Bladet, FC Midtjylland boss Jess Thorup knocked back a £5million offer for the attacker who is contracted to the Danish side until 2018.
About 53 percent of people who read “The Da Vinci Code” said it affected their spiritual life, according to The Barna Group, a Christian-polling organization in Ventura. “It’s like it confirmed people’s worst suspicion about the church,” said Dale Johnsen, senior pastor at Heart of the Valley Community Church in Reseda. “A lot of people who are looking for a good excuse to turn their back on traditional Christian faith can blindly believe his speculation.” On Sunday, Johnsen will try to answer questions that members of his congregation might ask after seeing the movie. Who was Jesus? Who was Mary Magdalene? How was the Bible compiled? Church bulletins will include tracts adapted from “Breaking The Da Vinci Code,” one of countless books on the market rebutting Brown’s work. “I want to clarify historical truth and allow people to enjoy the movie without being led astray by false statements,” Johnsen said. Compared to the protests generated in 1988 by Martin Scorcese’s “The Last Temptation of Christ,” such a reaction to “The Da Vinci Code” is like turning the other cheek. “I think we are a little bit smarter, more reflective, and we have learned boycotting isn’t a great strategy,” said Craig Detweiler, a professor of culture and theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena who helped created www.thedavincichallenge.com. Still, many Christians don’t want to reward Sony Pictures by paying to see a film they feel denigrates their faith. Last month, the No. 2 official in the Vatican’s doctrinal office told Catholics in Rome to boycott. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is waiting to review the movie before advising America’s 67 million Catholics and recently launched www.jesusdecoded.com to help people discern fact from fiction. “Beyond referencing people to that site, we don’t have any plans at the archdiocese other than to go see it, which I’m going to do,” said Tod Tamberg, spokesman for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Barbara Nicolosi, a former nun who runs the Act One mentoring program for Christians working in Hollywood, is promoting the “other-cott.” On the campaign’s Web site, www.othercott.com, Nicolosi scoffs at the suggestion that Christians should see “The Da Vinci Code” so they can debate its merit with non-Christians. “You don’t need to see the movie or read the book,” she said, “to talk about all the issues that it raises.” firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3634160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! With “The Da Vinci Code” opening in theaters Friday, Christians are at odds over how to respond to an anticipated blockbuster that portrays a Catholic sect as the murderous protector of Jesus’ dark secret. Seeing the film, which stars Tom Hanks, as a gateway for sharing the Gospel, many evangelical pastors are encouraging their flock to see the flick. “We know everyone is going to be talking about it, so it gives us an opportunity to take advantage of the discussions at work and at the ball fields and the mom-and-me clubs,” said Rob Denton, associate pastor of West Valley Christian Church in West Hills, who has read the book and plans to see the movie. “It’s a good tool for evangelism.” Others are calling for boycotts, and some are asking Christians to participate in an “other-cott” – not skipping the cineplex altogether but paying to see something more wholesome. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsThe controversy began three years ago when Dan Brown’s religious thriller began its ongoing run on the New York Times’ best-sellers list. The novel is about two academics who resurrect Christianity’s true origins. It claims Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and the early church employed a shadowy Catholic organization to murder those who discovered the truth. Brown makes no case for the authenticity of his story’s characters. But at the beginning of the book is a note that includes this line: “All descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents and secret rituals in this novel are accurate.” Brown’s Web site now emphasizes that his book is a work of fiction and that the artwork, architecture, documents and secret rituals all “exist.” Though scholars have poked holes in Brown’s research, “The Da Vinci Code” has caused plenty of Christians and non-Christians alike to question whether the Catholic Church has been involved in a 2,000-year-old coverup.
More than €11,500 was donated to local Donegal charities and community funds last year from donations to the Court Poor Box, according to new figures.Twenty-seven organisations in the county benefited from the traditional practice in 2016, where people facing charges in the District Courts are ordered to donate money to charities in lieu of fines or convictions. Four of St. Vincent de Paul’s local branches were the biggest benefactors of the court poor box funds last year, receiving €3,400. The Donegal Hospice also received a significant contribution of €1,460 from penalties in 2016.The full list of local donations are as follows:Donations from the Donegal Office:Acquired Brain Injury Ireland(Limerick) 500.00Barnardos 500.00Console (Head Office) 350.00Donegal Community Hospital 400.00Donegal Down Syndrome 200.00Donegal Hospice 1,460.00Donegal Town Community Chamber CEP 100.00Downstrands Family Resource Centre 100.00Foroiges Deck Youth Development 100.00Glenties Tidy Towns -fountain Account 250.00HSE Killybegs Community Hospital 300.00Kilcar Tidy Towns 300.00Mayo Pink Ribbon 933.92National Parks And Wildlife Service 300.00Pieta House (Donegal Branch) 100.00Rowanfield House Comfort Fund 400.00Samaritans (Sligo) 100.00St Agnes Day Care Centre 200.00St Vincent De Paul (Ardara) 900.00St Vincent De Paul (Bundoran) 400.00St Vincent De Paul (Donegal Town) 1,000.00St. Vincent De Paul(Ballyshannon) 1,100.00The Cleary Centre 400.00The Jack And Jill Children’s Foundation 450.00Woodhill Resource Centre 200.00Donegal Total 11,043.92Letterkenny Office:Little Angels School 250.00Pieta House (Donegal Branch) 300.00Letterkenny Total 550.00Over €1.5million has been donated from courts across Ireland to the Court Poor Boxes.The traditional practice of courts directing that money be paid into a court poor box in lieu of or in conjunction with another penalty is predominantly used by the District Courts in Ireland, the Court Service states:“The option of paying into the court poor box arises usually where the offence is minor in nature and would not attract a custodial sentence. Public order offences are the most common offences for which the poor box option is given to defendants.”Judges choose to impose the penalties for various reasons at their own discretion, according to the Courts Service: “The accused may never previously have been before the courts, the accused may have pleaded guilty, a conviction might be inappropriate, or might adversely affect employment, career or working abroad prospects, and / or the offence may be of a minor or trivial nature.“When combined with the Probation of Offenders Act it provides an option where some financial penalty is considered merited but a conviction and fine are not. It can sometimes be a more meaningful punishment than the maximum fine where the value of a maximum fine may have been eroded by inflation.”These Donegal charities got €11K donation boost from Courts Poor Box was last modified: August 23rd, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtspoor box
FORMER county GAA star Martin Carney has spoken of how he felt playing against Donegal after he switched to play for Mayo.Carney left Donegal in 1979, after winning two Ulster titles, to team up with Mayo and found playing against his native county to be a surreal experience.“It was something I was very conscious of. I found it very strange playing against Donegal, found it difficult to adjust to it,” he said in an interview today. “I had been in Mayo for five years before I joined them, but Donegal was still the team whose result I would look out for and suddenly I was playing against them.“There was a lot of travel involved, but the commitment required then wasn’t anything like what is expected now.“Things were changing in Donegal too. The side I had come through with was just starting to break up and I saw my future, workwise and everything else, in Mayo.”Carney did have links to Mayo. His uncle Jackie was part of the 1936 All-Ireland-winning side and he later managed the side during their back-to-back 1950-51 successes. “I wasn’t an absolute stranger to Mayo by any stretch. I was well versed in their history and tradition, but it was still strange,” admitted Carney.“I remember playing against Donegal in a league match in my home town of Ballyshannon in 1985, that was a particularly tough, hard-hitting match.”By the time Donegal had their finest hour in 1992, Carney had long been ensconced in Mayo.He went to that year’s forgettable All-Ireland semi-final between the two sides and, in his own words, “kept the head down”.When Carney played for Donegal for the last time, he was operating in midfield alongside a gangly school kid called Packie Bonner who would shortly become Jock Stein’s last signing for Celtic. ends‘IT WAS STRANGE PLAYING DONEGAL’ ADMITS EX-COUNTY STAR WHO SWITCHED TO MAYO was last modified: March 12th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
SANTA CLARA — Richard Sherman has long been one of the NFL’s household names, and that name usually incited a cuss word or two in the household of 49ers fans until his arrival from Seattle this year. Sherman is now the face of a 49ers franchise, one still wallowing in the losses of offensive stars Jimmy Garoppolo and Jerick McKinnon.But what about DeForest Buckner or Reuben Foster? First-round draft picks in 2016 and ’17, they’re supposedly ticketed for stardom. Monday night’s stage in Green …
Click here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.SAN FRANCISCO — It was just a single game, but one that demonstrated the wide gulf in terms of young talent that separates the Giants from the Atlanta Braves.Mike Soroka, a 21-year-old right-hander, shut down the Giants just like he has virtually everyone else this season in a 4-1 win by the Braves before a crowd of 29,815 at Oracle Park.Atlanta (26-22) got all the offense it would need from center fielder Ronald …
A skeleton of an extinct creature was found on the coast of Peru. Evolutionists are all calling it a walking whale.In Current Biology, a team led by Olivier Lambert announced a skeleton of what they call an “amphibious whale” or a “quadrupedal whale” they found off the coast of Peru. When the story (complete with artists’ conceptions) hit the press, reporters took the bait and ran with it without asking any questions, printing blow-ups of the artwork as the leading tease under their breathless headlines.Credit: Brett MillerAncient, four-legged whale with otter-like features found along the coast of Peru (Cell Press).Ancient Four-Legged Whale Swam Across Oceans, Walked Across Continents (Live Science).Amazing four-legged fossil shows how walking whales learned to swim (New Scientist).Fossil of ancient four-legged whale found in Peru (BBC News).Ancient four-legged whales once roamed land and sea (The Conversation).The lead discoverer was ecstatic about the evolutionary implications of his discovery. “This is the first indisputable record of a quadrupedal whale skeleton for the whole Pacific Ocean, probably the oldest for the Americas, and the most complete outside India and Pakistan,” said Olivier Lambert of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences.The team believes the date of the fossil fits the assumed evolutionary transition between artiodactyls and cetaceans, provided it was able to cross the ocean from Pakistan, where the other alleged ‘walking whale’ specimens were found. The discoverers embedded their interpretation into the name, calling it Peregocetus pacificus, “the traveling whale that reached the Pacific.”Comparative sizes of humpback whale and its presumed land ancestor. Credit: Illustra Media.Experience through many years of reporting overhyped claims by evolutionists teaches one to remain skeptical. First of all, the beast does not resemble a whale. It has a long snout, and probably a long tail, and some possible webbing in its four feet. But so do seals, sea lions, beavers, and otters. It is not really that different from the extinct animals in Pakistan that have long been touted as transitional forms, except that this one was found on the west coast of Peru. It may have been about four feet long, but whales are among the largest animals that ever lived.Since the news media are not doing their duty to ask questions, let’s do it for them.How do they know it is a whale? They don’t. That’s their interpretation. It would be like calling a platypus a duck because of its duckbill, or a snake because of its poison spur.How could it be a non-whale? Many other animals have some of these traits: webbed feet, long snouts, and an amphibious lifestyle. The authors say that the creature shared some traits with beavers and otters. Extinct animals often display a mosaic of traits.How is it unlike a whale? It is not an obligate marine mammal, where every function has to be performed in water 24 x 7. That’s a huge change in lifestyle, requiring many simultaneous adaptations.Is it really a transitional form? Many mammals with amphibious lifestyles are not considered transitional forms to whales: manatees, hippos, sea lions, beavers, otters, humans. Nobody watched how this animal lived, because it is extinct.Did it really cross the ocean? The authors claim that Africa and South America would have been closer when this animal lived. That proves nothing. It would still be a long, long way for a fish-eating amphibious mammal to travel that far. With only one specimen known, there’s too little evidence to make a case. Many types of animals are known to be cosmopolitan. Maybe this one was, too, but we lack enough fossils to know. You can’t build a story on one fossil. You can’t say it swam from Pakistan to Peru in order to evolve into a new creature on its way to whalehood.Why not believe it was a transitional form? In the Illustra Media documentary Living Waters, Dr Richard Sternberg points out irreducibly complex traits like the male reproductive system that would need relocation inside the body plus a complex cooling system to prevent sterility. That, and many other systems, would require complete overhauls for obligate marine living, involving numerous genetic changes. And yet the probability of getting just two coordinated mutations, he calculated, is 100 million years, far longer than the time allowed for alleged “whale evolution” to occur. This consideration alone blows the story out of the water, so to speak.Epistemic modesty should keep scientists from spinning elaborate yarns about great transformations in evolution. The whale story is one of the biggest. It’s sufficient to say that ‘We found another unknown animal in the fossil record, and here are its features.’ (Visited 557 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0