The fossil of Gunakadeit joseeae, which was found in Southeast Alaska. About two thirds of the tail had already eroded away when the fossil was discovered. (Courtesy photo | UA Museum of the North)

The fossil of Gunakadeit joseeae, which was found in Southeast Alaska. About two thirds of the tail had already eroded away when the fossil was discovered. (Courtesy photo | UA Museum of the North)

Ancient species found near Kake given Tlingit name

The fossil is one of the most complete examples of its kind

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