A 100 million-year-old chameleon found in amber reveals that these lizards were scurrying around during the Dinosaur Age.
There are more species of rattlesnakes slithering around the U.S. than previously thought.
A close look at hand prints within a prehistoric rock shelter finds that they belonged to reptiles, and not to our species.
The goal is to safely increase numbers of timber rattlesnakes, which have declined in recent years.
Snakes reveal that recovery from digestion is not complete, leaving behind damage to cells that can accumulate over time.
Put into automotive terms, the chameleon’s tongue could go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a hundredth of a second.
It could be trouble ahead for the endangered Bermuda skink, a lizard that may soon have to share its turf with the invasive Cuban brown anole.
T. rex and other big dinosaurs had teeth that were specialized for tearing through flesh and bone -- only one living animal has similar tooth structure. Can you guess which?
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