Missing Link
Missing link is a nonscientific term for any transitional fossil
Transitional fossil
A transitional fossil is any fossilized remains of a lifeform that exhibits characteristics of two distinct taxonomic groups. A transitional fossil is the fossil of an organism near the branching point where major individual lineages diverge...

, especially one connected with human evolution; see Transitional fossil - Missing links and List of transitonal fossils - Human evolution.
Missing Link (capitalized) may refer to:
  • The Missing Link, a novel in the Fourth World trilogy by Kate Thompson
    Kate Thompson (author)
    Kate Thompson is an award-winning writer for children and adults. Born in Halifax, Yorkshire, she has lived in Ireland, where many of her books are set, since 1981. She is the youngest child of the social historians and peace activists E. P. Thompson and Dorothy Towers...

  • Missing Links, a book by Rick Reilly
    Rick Reilly
    Richard "Rick" Paul Reilly is an American sportswriter. Long known for being the "back page" columnist for Sports Illustrated, Reilly moved to ESPN on June 1, 2008 where he is a featured columnist for ESPN.com and wrote the back page column for ESPN the Magazine...

  • Missing Link (puzzle)
    Missing Link (puzzle)
    Missing Link is a mechanical puzzle invented in 1981 by Steven P. Hanson and Jeffrey D. Breslow.The puzzle has four sides, each depicting a chain of a different color. Each side contains four tiles, except one which contains three tiles and a gap. The top and bottom rows can be rotated, and tiles...

    , a mechanical puzzle
  • Dewey Robertson
    Dewey Robertson
    Byron James John "Dewey" Robertson was a professional wrestler, known best for his ring name The Missing Link....

    , a former professional wrestler who used the ring name The Missing Link

In television and film:
  • Missing Link (TV series)
    Missing Link (TV series)
    Missing Link was a television series that aired on the American network ESPN Classic.It debuted on March 7, 2007 and aired every Wednesday night at 10 p.m. Eastern time. Colin Cowherd was the host of the show....

  • Missing Link (film)
    Missing Link (film)
    Missing Link is a 1988 film written and directed by Carol and David Hughes. The movie is set in Africa roughly one million years ago, at a time when one species of "man-apes" was being displaced by the ancestors of modern humans Missing Link is a 1988 film written and directed by Carol and David...

    , a 1988 film
  • The Missing Link (film)
    The Missing Link (film)
    The Missing Link' is a 1980 French–Belgian animated film written and directed by Picha. Though it was not as successful as Picha's previous film, it was entered into the 1980 Cannes Film Festival.-Plot:...

    , a 1980 French/Belgian animated film
  • "Missing Link" (Space: 1999)
    Missing Link (Space: 1999)
    "Missing Link" is the seventh episode of the first series of Space: 1999. The screenplay was written by Edward di Lorenzo; the director was Ray Austin. The final shooting script is dated 5 April 1974...

    , an episode of the television series Space: 1999
  • "The Missing Link" (Ashes to Ashes), an episode of the British television drama Ashes to Ashes
  • Missing Links (game show)
    Missing Links (game show)
    Missing Links is a Goodson-Todman game show hosted by Ed McMahon which originally ran on NBC from September 9, 1963 to March 27, 1964.Nipsey Russell was a panelist on this series, and whenever he appeared the host asked him to give a poem...

    , a television game show which featured Nipsey Russell and Tom Poston, hosted by Ed McMahon on NBC and Dick Clark on ABC
  • "The Missing Link" (The Legend of Zelda episode)
  • "Missing Link" (Code Lyoko episode)
  • A character in the 2009 animated film Monsters vs Aliens
  • A parody of the BBC show The Weakest Link
    The Weakest Link
    The Weakest Link is a television game show which first appeared in the United Kingdom on BBC Two on 14 August 2000 and will end its run in 2012 when its host Anne Robinson ends her contract. The original British version of the show airs around the world on BBC Entertainment...

    , seen on the sketch comedy show MadTV
    MADtv is an American sketch comedy television series. It licensed the name and logo of Mad, but otherwise had no connection with the humor magazine outside the animated Spy vs. Spy and Don Martin cartoon shorts and images of Alfred E. Neuman that the show featured during the late 1990s. Its first...

  • A car constructor and racing team in Future GPX Cyber Formula
    Future GPX Cyber Formula
    is a 37-episode anime television series by Sunrise . It originally aired in Japan between March 15, 1991 and December 20, 1991. It was then followed by 4 more OVA sequels, making it one of longest running original anime franchises that was not originated from a manga or novel...


In music:
  • Missing Link Records
    Missing Link Records
    Missing Link Records is a record store in Melbourne, Australia. The shop first opened in 1971, but was then called Archie and Jughead's, named after the comic. The shop's co-founders, David Pepperell and Keith Glass, established the shop as a much-needed rock record shop...

  • The Missing Link (Jeremy Enigk album)
    The Missing Link (Jeremy Enigk album)
    The Missing Link is the title of the fourth release by former Sunny Day Real Estate frontman Jeremy Enigk. The album was self-produced by Enigk and Josh Myers and mastered at West West Side Music by Kimberly Rosen...

  • The Missing Link (Rage album)
    The Missing Link (Rage Album)
    The Missing Link is the seventh full-length album released by the heavy metal band Rage in 1993. The album was remastered by Noise/Sanctuary in 2002 with five bonus tracks...

  • Missing Links (album), Missing Links Volume Two
    Missing Links Volume Two
    Missing Links Volume Two is the second of three rarity albums by the Monkees. It was released in 1990. The album was notable for containing several tracks that had been featured in the television series but had never before been available commercially....

    , or Missing Links Volume Three
    Missing Links Volume Three
    Missing Links, Volume Three is the third and final volume in a series of Missing Links compilations by The Monkees. Like the other two Missing Links collections, the album is made up of unreleased material...

    , a series of compilation albums by The Monkees
  • "Missing Link", a song by The Hives from their album, Tyrannosaurus Hives
    Tyrannosaurus Hives
    Tyrannosaurus Hives is the third full-length album by The Hives, released on 20 July 2004. It is their first album since Veni Vidi Vicious from 2000....

  • "Missing Link", an unrealized Machinae Supremacy
    Machinae Supremacy
    Machinae Supremacy is a Swedish band that combines modern heavy metal and alternative rock with chiptunes. Self-defined as "SID metal", many of their songs use a SidStation that features the SID chip of the Commodore 64...

  • The Missing Links, an Australian rock band from 1964 to 1966
  • The Missing Links, an early rock band featuring Micky Dolenz
    Micky Dolenz
    George Michael "Micky" Dolenz, Jr. is an American actor, musician, television director, radio personality and theater director, best known as a member of the 1960s made-for-television band The Monkees.-Biography:...

    , the year before he became a Monkee
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