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chameleon

HMNS Unveils Ground-breaking Discovery: Soft Tissue from the Dinosaur Age!
March 30, 2016 · 1 Comment

Well, the news is out, and here’s the scoop. The Houston Museum of Natural Science is involved in the next great discovery in the world of paleontology. In the forests of Myanmar, scientists have unearthed several pieces of 99-million-year-old amber that contain some of the best-preserved prehistoric lizards ever found. These little creatures walked alongside […]

Tales from Tanzania: Making beer, wedding skirts & attaching to chameleons with the Irwq
December 30, 2013 · 1 Comment

See that guy? That is Martin, and today we visited his house. He is one of the chiefs of the Irwq tribe, the second largest group in Tanzania (after the Maasi). The Irwq (which is nearly impossible for English speakers to pronounce because it requires a guttural sound) are agriculturalists. The traditional Irwq house is […]

Science Doesn’t Sleep (7.1.08)
July 1, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: Rosina ♫♪ So here’s what went down after you logged off. The world’s most organized lizards: not only do members of the chameleon species Furcifer labordi  all hatch at the same time – they also manage to always do so in November. They then live for only four months – making them the shortest-lived, […]



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