Walking Whales
Walking Whales of Earth

Ambulocetus (or the "'walking whale'") was an early cetacean that could walk as well as swim. It lived during early Eocene some 50-49 million years ago. It is a transitional fossil that shows how whales evolved from land-living mammals. The Ambulocetus fossils were found in Pakistan by anthropologist Johannes Thewissen. When the animal was alive, Pakistan was a coastal region of India, which was then a large island in the Indian Ocean.

For the species of sentient Walkign Whales that have been transfered from Earth to a planet 90,000 light years away by a ancient spacefaring civilization known as the Pree please see the GalNet Entry under Huffh.

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