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Is the DNA of amphibians more similar to that of bony fishes or that of jawless fishes?

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Is the DNA of amphibians more similar to that of bony fishes or that of jawless fishes?

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Bony fishes, because their lungs and bony limbs were inherited from their lobe-finned ancestors.
(Coelacanth) it makes more sense that a vertebrate animal evolved from one who already was a vertebrate.

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