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Forum: Herps In The News 05-04-2022, 11:50 AM
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Researchers discover overlooked Jurassic Park of lizards

New research moves back the moment of the radiation of squamates -- the group of reptiles that includes lizards, snakes and worm lizards -- to the Jurassic, a long time before current estimates.

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Forum: Herps In The News 05-04-2022, 11:50 AM
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Research reveals the sex secrets of amphibian singing choruses

Researchers using an 'acoustic camera' discover how individual songs in an amphibian chorus influence mating in wood frogs.



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Six new species of tiny frog discovered in Mexico

Scientists have discovered six new species of frog the size of a thumbnail in the forests of Mexico, with one earning the distinction of Mexico's smallest frog.



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Forum: Herps In The News 05-04-2022, 11:50 AM
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Speed thrills but kills: Major highway in India of particular concern to reptiles and

The National Highway 715, which passes through the Kaziranga National Park in Northeast India, is notorious for its roadkill. With protected habitats on both sides of the road, many animals cross it...
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In western floodplains, species adapt to bullfrog, sunfish invaders

A new study of a southwestern Washington floodplain finds that most native species adapt well to the invaders by shifting their food sources and feeding strategies.



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Sunlight’s healing effects help imperiled green sea turtles with tumors

Helping green sea turtles suffering with large debilitating tumors may be a simple as sunlight. Turtles with fibropapillomatosis are treated at rehab facilities where the tumors are surgically...
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Half century of protection pays off for sea turtles

Green turtle numbers continue to rise on a group of islands where the species has now been protected for more than 50 years, new research shows.



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Forum: Herps In The News 05-04-2022, 11:50 AM
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Researchers reconstruct ancient fish lizard

Scientists have mapped 300 years of research on the prehistoric marine reptiles known as ichthyosaurs. Using a uniquely well-preserved fossil, the team has also created the scientifically most...
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Feeling connected to nature linked to lower risk of snake and spider phobias

A study of over a thousand people in Hungary has found for the first time that people who feel more connected to nature are less likely to be affected by snake and spider fears or phobias.


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Frog with tapir-like nose found in Amazon rainforest, thanks to its 'beeping' call

A tiny burrowing frog that lives underground in the Amazon, known to local people as the 'tapir frog' because its long nose, has been given an official scientific description.



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New simple method for surveying amphibians: A vital contribution to conservation effo

Amphibian biodiversity is declining worldwide and collecting information about their habitats and populations via monitoring is vital for conservation efforts. However, it is difficult to accurately...
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Mystery origin of iconic Aussie snakes unlocked

New research has found the first tangible evidence that the ancestors of some of Australia's most venomous snakes arrived by sea rather than by land -- the dispersal route of most other Australian...
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The frogs of Baja California: Scientists assess amphibian disease

Biologists from Southern and Baja California have published the first major account of the amphibian disease chytridiomycosis in the Mediterranean region of Baja California. Their results indicate...
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Losing amphibian diversity also means losing poison diversity

Biologists argue that more research needs to be done on the colorful yet poisonous harlequin toads of Central and South America, not only because their ecology is poorly known, but because their...
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A mathematical secret of lizard camouflage

The shape-shifting clouds of starling birds, the organization of neural networks or the structure of an anthill: nature is full of complex systems whose behaviors can be modeled using mathematical...
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Scientists regrow frog's lost leg

Scientists have triggered long-term growth of legs in adult frogs, which are naturally unable to regenerate limbs. The frogs regrew a lost leg over months, triggered by just 24 hour exposure to a...
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Venoms in snakes and salivary protein in mammals share a common origin

A new study has found that a class of toxins found in snake and mammalian venom evolved from the same ancestral gene.



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Humble lizards offer surprising approach to engineering artificial lungs

A new study shows how the brown anole lizard solves one of nature's most complex problems -- breathing -- with ultimate simplicity. Whereas human lungs develop over months and years into baroque...
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Burrowing snakes have far worse eyesight than their ancestors

An international team of scientists has demonstrated that burrowing snakes have undergone extensive vision gene loss over tens of millions of years of evolutionary history.



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Live long and prosper: Study examines genetic gems in Galápagos giant tortoise genome

Galápagos giant tortoises can weigh well over 300 pounds and often live over 100 years. So what's the secret to their evolutionary success? A new study concludes that compared with other turtles,...
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Paleontologists debunk fossil thought to be missing link between lizards and first sn

Filling in the links of the evolutionary chain with a fossil record of a 'snake with four legs' connecting lizards and early snakes would be a dream come true for paleontologists. But a specimen...
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Underbite regained: Species feared extinct is the only frog with true teeth on its lo

In a new study, biologists laid to rest a century-old debate by confirming that a single species of frog, out of the more than 7,000 living today, has true teeth on its lower jaw.



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New insights into kidney disease with tropical frog models

Using cutting-edge genetic engineering, researchers have developed a model to study hereditary kidney disease with the help of tropical frogs. The method allows them to collect large amounts of data...
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Snakes more likely to inbreed and lose ability to adapt due to urbanization

New research has found that isolated Perth tiger snake populations, such as those surrounded by urban development or seawater, are more likely to resort to inbreeding than those in less 'cut off'...
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Mammals’ noses come from reptiles’ jaws

New examinations of skeletons and animal embryos have allowed researchers to discover how mammals developed protruding, flexible noses. This study contributes to uncovering the origin of mammals'...
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