This is a small article, so merge it with list of transitional forms?
To what extent do most people find it convenient to use the term 'missing link' to mean '(most recent) common ancestor' and/or 'another member of the genealogical lineage/piece of the jigsaw'? Anna Livia (talk) 12:13, 17 December 2017 (UTC)
A response to the creationists
When should a nod to this be made?
- Missing links really no longer exist, the fossil record is far more complete now than it used to be. The term "missing link" is really a bit of an artifact now, shame the media keeps perpetuating it, making it what I like to call a "zombie word." — Oxyaena Harass 12:15, 3 April 2019 (UTC)