Scientists are using CT scanning and 3-D imaging to study the endoskeletons of armored lizards without harming them.
Posts Tagged ‘lizards’
This forest reserve in Peru has the largest amphibian and reptile diversity on the planet.
Aggressive male chameleons flash bright colors before and during a batte.
Blue “beards” may play a role in mating preferences for both male and female Eastern fence 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.