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Ferndale International 14h
Hey ladies! Anole advertising for help perpetuating the species.
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BEAST Jul 20
This bad boy came home with us from the show.
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kristopher row Jul 15
First Sceloporus of the trip!
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Nancy Garay Apr 16
I knew it was only a matter of time before she showed up. The frogs are not happy.
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dudebro Jul 17
Replying to @BenjaminEnfield
Usher is a city boy
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Gabby Barnas May 28
My first wild fox snake and first time seeing one "rattle" in person!
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Jay Vecchiet Feb 1
Happy national serpent day! Snakes have long been associated with wisdom and power so of course they deserve a day dedicated to their position in culture over the last few thousand years.
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Sadie Small Dec 21
Rough-skinned newt from last week's trip to Montgomery Woods 😍🦎
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Katie Garrett Feb 24
I'd forgotten how many amazing dedicated from all over the world I have had the pleasure of interviewing over the past few years. I love telling the stories of scientists working to save endangered - especially women who love like I do!
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Stephanie McClelland Feb 20
Hat chameleon. Goes with all colours.
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Corina Newsome Mar 20
to a year ago! Love when Black kids get excited about .
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Laura Cunningham May 12
This morning’s find: beautiful California kingsnake swallowing whole a desert spiny lizard. Head first. Mojave Desert of Nevada.
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Tharusha Wijewardena Jun 20
Have you seen a Snapping Turtle flip themselves over? The turtle wasn't harmed in anyway and they flip themselves like this often. I made sure to watch her go back to the wetland safely. (Handled with permits.)
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Ben Karin Jun 5
In our new Proceedings B paper that just came out, we show that skinks living in coastal habitats disperse to new islands ~14x faster than non-coastal skinks, and made it all the way from New Guinea to Africa, Hawaii and Polynesia!
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Mike Poynton Mar 17
Hydrophis platurus (Yellow-bellied sea ). Highly venomous, but not dangerous. They have a close affinity with sea weeds & frequently wash up on our beaches this time of year. I put everyone I find on my morning runs back in the Pacific. Yay! 💕🐍
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Dr. Beth Reinke Jul 17
Replying to @BA_Reinke
This book, called Wildlife the World Over, copyright 1947, has chapters broken down by (mostly) charismatic megafauna, written by “world-traveled specialists”. There could always be more ! Respect to the chapter on aquatic inverts though.
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Laura Cunningham Jun 16
Gorgeous long-nosed leopard lizard, female with orange spots, nestled into warm ground waiting out thunderstorm and rain, Pilot Mtn Nevada
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Laura A Brannelly Apr 29
Watch these goobers attack the mist thinking it’s raining crickets
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Patrick Pearce May 31
Western Fence lizard, half in - half out of a freshly dug hole. Probably a female (hopefully) about to increase the local population! Obvious from this view, barely visible from the side! SoCal
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Lizzie Rock Jan 16
At a bird talk.... Buying a snake shirt.
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