the one I saw was from NY Times sent to my wife by one of her online friends.
Meant to mention it here, and duh, my memory again let me down. Glad to see someone did, thanks.
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all subsequent vertebrates, humerus, radius and ulna, and wrist joint. Specimens come from the far northern coast of Ellesmere Island, which is as far north as you can go on land. There's about 30 days free of snow a year at that location.
Most recent news story and article published by Neil Shubin on April 6th.
If my Inuktitut is half way correct, which would be miraculous, the name is pronounced as if you're trying to swallow your tongue at the point where you say 'lik.