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Lizard saved from fire, revived with oxygen

Firefighters rushed to the rescue of Thorn the bearded dragon. Feared dead, they managed to revive him with oxygen from a cylinder, kiss of life not used.
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks

Saskatchewan scientists working to protect blood-spurting lizard

The Greater Short-Horned Lizard is certainly a unique reptile — to defend itself against predators, it shoots blood from its eyes. However, the impressive lizard is rarely seen and scientists are trying to help remove its "at-risk" status.
In the Media by Michael Thomas

The origin of all dragon myths: Komodo Dragons of Indonesia

Komodo dragons are the world’s largest living lizards. They grow to 10 feet long and run fast like a dog. They would have been a great candidate for the inspiration behind the mythical dragons in Europe, but Europeans didn't discover them until 1910.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 3 comments

Photo: Blogger spots alien 'lizard' creature on NASA Mars photo

A Japanese blogger claims to have spotted a lizard running loose on the Martian landscape in a NASA photo. The blogger alerted the website, UFO Sightings Daily, and incredibly, the "discovery" of "life" on Mars has sparked frenzied speculation.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 6 comments

Bride postpones wedding so pet lizard can get chemo

London - British bride Lizzie Griffiths chose between her bearded dragon and her future husband. The lizard came first, so he could have chemotherapy on his facial tumors.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 9 comments

The first feathered winged dinosaur had black feathers

New research into one of the creatures which connects dinosaurs to birds, the Microraptor, indicates that the crow-like creature had black feathers. The discovery is an important one for evolutionary science.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

New species of self-cloning lizard a treat for Vietnamese diners Special

Riverside - Vietnamese customers have been enjoying a lizard common in the menu of restaurants around the Mekong River Delta. It turns out that lizard is a self-reproducing, endemic, all-female new species.
Digital Journal Report by Igor I. Solar - 7 comments

'Spiderman' Lizard Latest Pet Craze in Britain

The Mwanza Flat-Headed Rock Agama, a Kenyan reptile with color hues and segments uncannily similar to the famed Marvel Comics superhero, is fast becoming a pet craze in the UK. Spidey fans have been flocking to exotic pet stores to snatch up their own.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 2 comments

Vet extracts toy lizard from real lizard

Seven-year-old Finley Collins thought that her pet 12-inch bearded dragon might be giving birth when she noticed an unusual protrusion near the lizard's tail. Good thing they took it to the vet.
In the Media by RobotGod - 1 comment

Limbless lizard found in India

A new species of limbless lizard has been found in a forested area in eastern India, an Indian zoologist said Monday.
In the Media by n8itude - 3 comments

Caught in the Act! Ancient Lizard Morphed into a Snake

Exciting news for paleontologists! The first-ever lizard in transition to a snake has been found, offering a window into the history of evolution.
In the Media by Lisa Angotti - 3 comments

New Fossil Reveals Gliding Lizard

The National Academy of Sciences unveiled today a newly discovered fossil of a very peculiar lizard. The fossil reveals that the ancient tree living lizard coasted through the air using a wing-like membrane stretched across elongated ribs.
In the Media by pfcb2021 - 3 comments

Lizard causes standstill along Malacca's thoroughfare

Giant monitor lizard creeps it's way into tourist's rest house.
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 2 comments
 

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The snake s entire body is also elastic and allows it to expand to accommodate large prey
Reddit user: 122au5
The snake's entire body is also elastic and allows it to expand to accommodate large prey
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Constrictors kill prey by squeezing and suffocation
Reddit user: 122au5
Constrictors kill prey by squeezing and suffocation
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Komodo Dragon (Free Wallpaper)
Komodo Dragon (Free Wallpaper)
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Many snakes can swallow prey almost as big as themselves
Reddit user: 122au5
Many snakes can swallow prey almost as big as themselves
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The skeletal structures of the head are articulated such that the snake can open wide at sometimes m...
Reddit user: 122au5
The skeletal structures of the head are articulated such that the snake can open wide at sometimes more than 180 degrees.
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One of the many drawings studied by Charles Darwin when on board the HMS Beagle.
John van Wyhe
One of the many drawings studied by Charles Darwin when on board the HMS Beagle.
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A large meal may take several weeks to digest while the animal simply becomes inactive and is vulner...
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A large meal may take several weeks to digest while the animal simply becomes inactive and is vulnerable to attack.
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Komodo Dragons are capable of ambushing creatures much larger than themselves (Free Wallpaper)
Komodo Dragons are capable of ambushing creatures much larger than themselves (Free Wallpaper)
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Snakes typically have upper and lower jaws with  elastic ligaments
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Snakes typically have upper and lower jaws with elastic ligaments
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Komodo Dragon  (Free Wallpaper)
Komodo Dragon (Free Wallpaper)
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Bearded dragon
Greg Hume
Bearded dragon
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Komodo Dragon (Free Wallpaper)
Komodo Dragon (Free Wallpaper)
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Bearded dragon - who could resist this face?
André Karwath aka Aka
Bearded dragon - who could resist this face?
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Snakes do not hurry at dinner table. This photos were taken over five hours
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Snakes do not hurry at dinner table. This photos were taken over five hours
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Snakes typically swallow head first
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Snakes typically swallow head first
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Thorn the bearded dragon revived with oxygen after being rescued from fire
Mirror.co.uk
Thorn the bearded dragon revived with oxygen after being rescued from fire
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Snakes don t chew but strong acids in their stomachs digest their meal slowly
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Snakes don't chew but strong acids in their stomachs digest their meal slowly
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The Greater Short-Horned Lizard
Starlingjon
The Greater Short-Horned Lizard
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The Cape Melville Leaf-tailed Gecko (Saltuarius eximius)
Conrad Hoskin
The Cape Melville Leaf-tailed Gecko (Saltuarius eximius)
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It s dinner time
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It's dinner time
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