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The fossil remains of Archaeopteryx is a connecting link between ______ 

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  • reptiles and mammals

  • reptiles and bird

  • fish and amphibian

  • amphibian and reptile

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The fossil remains of Archaeopteryx is a connecting link between reptiles and bird.

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