Blue “beards” may play a role in mating preferences for both male and female Eastern fence lizards
Posts Tagged ‘lizards’
Fascinating reptiles deserve fascinating names and homes!
Four new species of colorful legless lizards are described today.
In Spanish and English. Housework makes female Komodo dragons’ lives shorter…
Here’s a tale about tails—lizards’, robots’ and dinosaurs’ tails to be exact.
Reptilian embryos, C. elegans in space and exoplanets galore—get ready for a wild Friday science news round-up!
Two new studies shed light on the sheer awesomeness of lizards and newts.
The Mars Hoax, Solar Thermal, Caterpillar Munching and more: here are a few cool headlines you may have missed this week.
Two recent studies are finding that lizard and snake populations are in decline and one of the causes appears to be climate change.
The side-blotched lizard of the west loves a good game of rock-paper-scissors. Researchers studying them are trying to understand how new species may emerge.