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A team from an aquarium in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, has succeeded in capturing the world’s first photographs of juvenile coelacanths, a fish regarded as a living fossil, off Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island.

According to Aquamarine Fukushima, the fry were found Oct. 6 at a depth of 161 meters in Manado Bay off North Sulawesi Province, where the Indonesian coelacanth was first discovered more than a decade ago.

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