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.
Scientific studies can yield results that are often unexpected, occasionally shocking and every now and again just downright weird.
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.
Divers find suspect's remains and the reptile that killed him.
While fictional antiquities acquirer Indiana Jones might have the most famous fear of snakes, he's far from alone. It turns out it's one of mankind's most common phobias.
A special molecular film coats their bellies and smooths the ride.
The distinctive, 19-year-old reptile passed his yearly physical exam at the South Carolina Aquarium.
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