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Four new species of colorful legless lizards are described today.
Archaeopteryx’s brain may be further evidence of its not-so-special place between dinosaurs and birds.
In Spanish and English. Housework makes female Komodo dragons’ lives shorter…
Two new studies shed light on the sheer awesomeness of lizards and newts.
Academy researcher Jens Vindum explains his work in Myanmar.
318 million-year-old footprints confirm that reptiles were the first inland vertebrates.
Two recent studies are finding that lizard and snake populations are in decline and one of the causes appears to be climate change.
Unlike modern-day reptiles, some of the giant reptiles from the Mesozoic era could have been warm-blooded.
Researchers have discovered that estuarine crocodiles surf their way between islands in the South Pacific.