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Michael S. Y. Lee (biologist) Aug 14
For - Don't forget cool extinct ones like the 6-metre (Varanus priscus).
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British Herpetological Society Aug 14
In some frogs not just their skin is green. Their lymphatic fluid, soft tissues and even bones can also be green due to quirk in biochemistry.
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herpetALLogy Aug 12
Racial equity in . A letter from PARC’s Joint National Steering Committee and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Team.
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The duck girl Aug 14
Bruiser and his new wittle babies. It took over 100 yrs for Bruiser to get this big❤️🐢
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Valvaren  🐍🐍 19h
I’ve been ranting a lot the past like two days so as an apology please have some cute faces!
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Tony Gamble 19h
Why can't every day be ? Anyway, here are some lizards that make me happy: Chinese Water Dragon (Physignathus cocincinus), Jackson's Chameleon (Trioceros jacksoni), Yellow-chinned Anole (Anolis gundlachi), & Gold-dust Day Gecko (Phelsuma laticauda)
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ArtBioCollaborative Aug 14
🦎Happy ! Here is one of our favorite lizards, Sphaerodactylus nicholsi. —❤️It is one of the tiniest and cutest terrestrial vertebrates in the world! This gecko species is endemic to 🇵🇷. 📷 via 🦎
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British Herpetological Society 7h
Have you been out and about recently and seen introduced terrapin species in the UK? They're often seen basking along riverbanks or on logs. If so, please record them here:
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Beth Styler Barry 16h
This joins me every night on the porch. He comes out of the shadows a bit after 9:00 and is still hunting when I go to bed.
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Steven Allain 🇪🇺 23h
For this week, it's themed tackling a question many people have asked me over the past couple of weeks. Do frogs have teeth?
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Isabella CK Aug 14
Happy ! Lizards are truely so amazing and so underrated. It’s a privilege to be able to study my central bearded dragon buds and contribute to research.
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Darren Naish Aug 9
Ray Hoser has kindly brought to my attention the fact that this article from 2013 should be shared and widely read once more. It's about one of the most egregious cases of TAXONOMIC VANDALISM ever in history, please RT :)
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Bree Putman 🐍🦎🏘 21h
We deployed cover boards across campus today to compare with our more natural sites. Risk and safety office wanted me to indicate the potential for venomous animals. Hopefully our signs don’t cause extreme panic!
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Steven Allain 🇪🇺 Aug 14
It's so enjoy the clouded monitor (𝘝𝘢𝘳𝘢𝘯𝘶𝘴 𝘯𝘦𝘣𝘶𝘭𝘰𝘴𝘶𝘴), Otago skink (𝘖𝘭𝘪𝘨𝘰𝘴𝘰𝘮𝘢 𝘰𝘵𝘢𝘨𝘦𝘯𝘴𝘦) and viviparous lizard (𝘡𝘰𝘰𝘵𝘰𝘤𝘢 𝘷𝘪𝘷𝘪𝘱𝘢𝘳𝘢). Which one is your favourite?
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Valvaren  🐍🐍 Aug 12
Welcome to all you lovely new friends <3 I don't have much new to post since I'm in the middle of some large projects, but here is a little look at one. This is half of a 13 piece family set that was commissioned by a lovely client on IG. Can you guess morphs?
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THE • SCIENTIFIC • INK Aug 13
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British Herpetological Society Aug 11
A new study has shown that more than half of the world’s turtle and tortoise species are now threatened with extinction.
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Spyro Aug 12
Mum saw a toad on her walk today! First one she has seen in the almost 4 years since she moved to Nottingham! 🐸🦎🦖 it must have been waiting for the and that we didn't get 🙄
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Levi Storks Aug 10
Check out our new paper in Caribbean Journal of Science about how the CUTEST anoles in Puerto Rico sleep!!
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British Herpetological Society Aug 13
A recent study has equipped 33 green sea turtles with satellite tags and recorded unique tracks each uses when migrating long distances in the Indian Ocean to small oceanic islands.
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