Reptiles

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Sciences & Technology

Reptiles are helping us better understand threats to Australia’s biodiversity

A new study explores how bushfires and land clearing are influencing the environmental preferences of some of Australia’s unique reptiles

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Sciences & Technology

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Jaw-dropping: So how does a snake eat a man?

Fear-not; there’s no chance of pythons developing a taste for humans

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Sciences & Technology

Lizards keep it local when it comes to colour change

Bearded dragon lizards can change colour to match their environment, but biologists find the colour range is dependent on geography

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