Reptiles

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Watch Someone Discover an Enormous, Panicking Lizard in Their Kitchen

If you find a huge reptile in your kitchen, whistling at it is a poor defense.
Rachel Pick
1.9.18
reptile love

This Small Town in Canada Spent 10 Years and $2.7 Million to Save Turtles

A community bands together for the love of reptiles.
Bryson Masse
5.26.17
News

This Guy’s ‘Scientific’ Articles on Chemtrails Keep Getting Retracted

But how did they get published in the first place?
Jordan Pearson
7.19.16
videos

Snake Gets Stuck In Its Shed Skin for Three Hours, Is Kind of Mesmerizing

The ouroboros is real.
David Bixenspan
6.24.16
Reptiles

Scientists Use Play-Doh to Understand the Feeding Habits of an Ancient Reptile

The hammerhead-shaped, zipper-teethed mouth of the Atopentatus was used to scrape algae off rocks and slurp it up.
John Wenz
5.8.16
Science

New Evidence Suggests Why Snakes Lost Their Legs

A 90-million year old skull is helping solve one of evolution’s biggest mysteries
Daniel Oberhaus
11.28.15
video

Just Some Awesome Footage of Chameleons Doing Their Thing

Changing colors and preying on insects with their retractable tongues.
Rachel Pick
8.11.15
Art

Why Paleontologists Get Riled Up Over This 'Heretical' Pterosaur Concept Art

The forms David Peters draws are often wildly at odds with our traditional understanding of pterosaur physiology.
Graham Templeton
6.12.15
Reptiles

Zookeepers Jedi Mind Tricked This Adorable Baby Tortoise to Get It to Hatch

Spider tortoise eggs are laid in a developmental stasis, so they need to be triggered into growing.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.26.15
News

Wanna See a Snake with Two Legs?

Yale paleontologists studied the snake's family tree to look for it's most-recent ancestor...and found it most likely had two little snake legs.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.20.15
Science

In a Drought, Water-Starved Iguanas Will Eat Each Other to Survive

A review in Mesoamerican Herpetology suggests drought is just one of the reasons this odd behavior sometimes occurs.
Kaleigh Rogers
4.27.15
Holy Shit

Behold, Carnufex: The Two-Legged Croc of the Triassic

All hail the Carolina Butcher.
Becky Ferreira
3.19.15
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