Microbrachis is a genus of amphibians that lived in the late Carboniferous period, about 300 million
years ago, and is believed to have lived on a diet of freshwater plankton.
Fossils of the animal have been found in the
area that is today the
Microbrachis was about 6 inches (15 centimeter) long, and somewhat
resembled modern salamanders, although its body was elongated.
Microbrachis retained its larval gills into
adulthood, had relatively small limbs, and is
believed to have swam using lateral movements of its body.
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