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  1. Tapeworm found living inside a patient's brain: Worm removed and sequenced
  2. Less sex plus more greens equals a longer life: Reptile study
  3. Why lizards have bird breath: Iguanas evolved one-way lungs surprisingly li
  4. Role of microbes, effect on infectious disease dynamics
  5. Origin of the unique ventilatory apparatus of turtles: How the tortoise's r
  6. Forensic DNA test conclusively links snake bite marks on people to species
  7. Genesis of genitalia: We have one. Lizards have two. Why?
  8. Female frogs modify offspring development depending on reproduction date
  9. Emerging disease could wipe out American, European salamanders
  10. New frog discovered inhabiting I-95 corridor from Connecticut to North Caro
  11. Plump turtles swim better: First models of swimming animals
  12. Rare bush frog breeds in bamboo, researchers discover
  13. Study of mitochondrial DNA reveals how loggerhead turtle reached Mediterran
  14. Some like it loud: Warning coloration paved the way for louder, more comple
  15. Florida lizards evolve rapidly, within 15 years and 20 generations
  16. Sex-loving, meat-eating reptiles have shorter lives
  17. Sea turtles' first days of life: Sprint and ride towards safety
  18. Amphibian communities collapse in wake of viral outbreak
  19. Potential drug could ease impact of bacterial lung infections in cystic fib
  20. No single explanation for biodiversity in Madagascar
  21. Fine-tuning of bitter taste receptors may be key to animal survival
  22. Snakes and snake-like robots show how sidewinders conquer sandy slopes
  23. Lizards in the caribbean: How geography influences animal evolution
  24. Pollution linked to lethal sea turtle tumors
  25. First evidence that reptiles can learn through imitation
  26. Climate change appears a mixed bag for common frog
  27. New poison dart frog species discovered in Donoso, Panama
  28. Evolution of snake courtship and combat behavior
  29. Answer to restoring lost island biodiversity found in fossils
  30. The quick and the dead among tropical reptiles
  31. Tree frogs speed up their life cycle when becoming lunch
  32. How lizards regenerate their tails: Researchers discover genetic 'recipe'
  33. Giant Aldabra tortoises debut at Bronx Zoo
  34. Scientists study 'talking' turtles in Brazilian Amazon
  35. Rare frogs holding their own despite drought conditions
  36. Roadside research from pinelands and coast to coast
  37. Can a new species of frog have a doppelganger? Genetics say yes
  38. Tortoises master touchscreen technology
  39. Young loggerhead turtles not going with the flow
  40. How amphibians crossed continents: DNA helps piece together 300-million-yea
  41. Major turtle nesting beaches protected in one of the UK's far flung oversea
  42. Helping save narrow-headed gartersnakes from after-effects of Slide Fire
  43. Tiny new species of frog from Brazil with a heroic name
  44. Alaska frogs reach record lows in extreme temperature survival
  45. Science and art bring back to life 300-million-year-old specimens of a prim
  46. National Xenopus resource at the MBL innovates new way to study proteins
  47. Organic pollutants not factor in turtle tumor disease, study finds
  48. Scientists gear up to fight deadly snake fungal disease
  49. Head formation of clawed frog embryos
  50. Amphibians can acquire resistance to deadly fungus
  51. Ranavirus predicted to be potential new culprit in amphibian extinctions
  52. Frog larvae have developed rapid defenses against red swamp crayfish
  53. Jump to it! A frog's leaping style depends on the environment
  54. Hibernating frogs give clues to halting muscle wastage
  55. Invasive watersnakes introduced to California may pose risk to native speci
  56. Evolution and venomous snakes: Diet distinguishes look-alikes on two contin
  57. Complex mechanisms controlling changes in snake venom identified by scienti
  58. Invasive lizards could threaten Florida's nesting reptiles
  59. First intact skull of Mediterranean worm lizard found: Skull of new species
  60. Crooning in the concrete jungle: Taiwan's frogs use drains to amplify matin
  61. Unusual parenting behaviour by Southeast Asian species of treefrog discover
  62. Universal antidote for snakebite: Experimental trial represents promising s
  63. Scaly gem discovered in South American cloudforests
  64. Turtle migration directly influenced by drift experiences with ocean curren
  65. Potential cure for captive amphibians with chytrid fungus
  66. Tracking turtles through time, study may resolve evolutionary debate
  67. What frog courtship can tell us about human small talk
  68. Amphibians in a vice: Climate change robs frogs, salamanders of refuge
  69. Sample of a frog's slimy skin predicts susceptibility to disease
  70. Frog eggs help researchers find new information on grapevine disease
  71. Australian marine reserves provide safe passageway for endangered species
  72. Two new river turtle species described
  73. Declining catch rates in Caribbean Nicaragua green turtle fishery may be re
  74. Climate change likely culprit in coqui frog's altered calls, say biologists
  75. Gut capacity limits bird's ability to adapt to rapid climate change
  76. Does germ plasm accelerate evolution?
  77. 'Dinosaurs of the turtle world' at risk in Southeast U.S. rivers
  78. Extinct carnivorous marsupial may have hunted prey larger than itself
  79. Southwestern bird and reptile distributions to shift as climate changes
  80. Freshwater turtle crosses the Aegean Sea
  81. One or Two? How to decide how many species you have got
  82. Tracking endangered leatherback sea turtles by satellite, key habitats iden
  83. Oldest fossil evidence of modern African venomous snakes found in Tanzania
  84. Strange bird, sea turtle hatchlings released on protected Indonesian beach
  85. Motion, muscles don't always work in lockstep, researchers find in surprisi
  86. Sea turtles' 'lost years' mystery starts to unravel
  87. What makes flying snakes such gifted gliders?
  88. Warm weather in Texas means watch out for snakes, says expert
  89. Burmese pythons pose little risk to people in Everglades, study suggests
  90. Color of passion: Orange underbellies of female lizards signal fertility
  91. Climate change causes high but predictable extinction risks
  92. Peru's Manu National Park sets new biodiversity record
  93. Legal harvest of marine turtles tops 42,000 each year
  94. Relocating 'nuisance' animals often unhealthy for wildlife
  95. Crocodilians Can Climb Trees and Bask in the Tree Crowns
  96. Where do lizards in Qatar live? First distribution maps for the state
  97. Blood test developed for devastating disease of boas, pythons
  98. Bats use water ripples to hunt frogs
  99. Constructed wetlands save frogs, birds threatened with extinction
  100. Frog fathers don't mind dropping off their tadpoles in cannibal-infested po
  101. A new toad from the 'warm valleys' of Peruvian Andes
  102. Living on islands makes animals tamer
  103. Fight or flight and the evolution of pain
  104. Frozen frogs: How amphibians survive the harsh Alaskan winters
  105. Endangered Chinese big-headed turtles hatch at Prospect Park Zoo
  106. Loggerhead sea turtle nesting activity driven by recent climate conditions
  107. Ancestor of snakes, lizards likely gave birth to live young
  108. Disease, not climate change, fueling frog declines in the Andes
  109. Tooth structure and wear provide clues to ecology and evolution of ancient
  110. The mystery of lizard breath: One-way air flow may be 270 million years old
  111. Chameleons use colorful language to communicate: Chameleons' body regions a
  112. Surprising diversity in aging revealed in nature
  113. Crocodiles are cleverer than previously thought: Some crocodiles use lures
  114. Genome for the king cobra sequenced
  115. Tracking marine food sources
  116. Secrets to 'extreme adaptation' found in Burmese python genome
  117. Incidental by-catch of marine turtles in the Mediterranean Sea
  118. The collared treerunner is more than a single species
  119. The last croak for Darwin's frog?
  120. U.S. national survey finds frog abnormalities are rare
  121. Green poison-dart frog varies mating call to suit situation
  122. Male lizards prefer more-feminine lizards to 'bearded ladies'
  123. Snakes control blood flow to aid vision
  124. 'Lost world' discovered on Australia’s Cape York Peninsula
  125. Snakes on the brain: Are primates hard-wired to see snakes?
  126. Monkey that purrs like a cat is among new species discovered in Amazon rain
  127. Bee sting allergy could be a defense response gone haywire
  128. Early-life exposure of frogs to herbicide increases mortality from fungal d
  129. Frog-killing fungus paralyzes amphibian immune response
  130. For celebrated frog hops, scientists look to Calaveras pros
  131. Climate change threatens Northern American turtle habitat
  132. Once Extinct Pinocchio Lizard Pokes His Nose Out
  133. Missouri ponds provide clue to killer frog disease
  134. Torrent frogs use toes, belly, thighs to hold tight under waterfall-like co
  135. Oldest existing lizard-like fossil hints at scaly origins
  136. Three new species of tiny frogs from the remarkable region of Papua New Gui
  137. Turtle eye muscle adapts to deal with obstructed vision
  138. 4 new species of 'legless lizards' discovered living on the edge
  139. Frog-killing fungus discovered in Kansas
  140. Frogs that hear with their mouth: X-rays reveal a new hearing mechanism for
  141. Snapping turtles finding refuge in urban areas while habitats are being pol
  142. Female frogs prefer males who can multitask
  143. How 'teamwork' between egg and sperm works: Little-known protein identified
  144. Whole-genome sequencing uncovers the mysteries of the endangered Chinese al
  145. Why can't the snakes cross the road, secret lives of baby snakes and other
  146. Early exposure to insecticides gives amphibians higher tolerance later
  147. Pesticides contaminate frogs from Californian national parks: Pyraclostrobi
  148. Lizards show evolution is predictable
  149. A lost frog in the lost world?
  150. Share robotic frogs help turn a boring mating call into a serenade
  151. Snakes devour more mosquito-eating birds as climate change heats forests
  152. North Carolina's Southern Cricket Frog populations declining
  153. 23 Million Years Old - Lizard Found Preserved In Amber
  154. The origin of the turtle shell: Mystery solved
  155. First supper is a life changer for lizards
  156. New kind of signalling mechanism in plant cells discovered
  157. Bullfrogs may help spread deadly amphibian fungus, but also die from it
  158. Turtles watch for, snack on gelatinous prey while swimming
  159. How to stop a trunk and start a tail? The leg has the key
  160. 'Lizard King' Fossil Shows Giant Reptiles Coexisted With Mammals
  161. An 'extinct' frog makes a comeback in Israel
  162. Threatened frogs palmed off as forests disappear
  163. Croaking chorus of Cuban frogs make noisy new neighbors
  164. Why female loggerhead sea turtles always return to their place of birth
  165. How turtles got their shells: Fossil of extinct South African reptile provi
  166. Scientists discover that turtles began living in shells much earlier than o
  167. Recovery of Hawaiian green sea turtles still short of historic levels
  168. Top 10 new species of 2012
  169. Life scientists present new insights on climate change and species interact
  170. Lovelorn frogs bag closest crooner
  171. Frogs, salamanders and climate change
  172. Climate change may have little impact on tropical lizards: Study contradict
  173. Frog once imported for pregnancy testing brought deadly amphibian disease t
  174. Biologist maps the family tree of all known snake and lizard groups
  175. Cannibal tadpoles key to understanding digestive evolution
  176. Midwestern frogs decline, mammal populations altered by invasive plant, stu
  177. Madagascar tortoise trafficking rages out of control
  178. Amphibians living close to farm fields are more resistant to common insecti
  179. The underground adventures of the Mediterranean frog Rana iberica
  180. Sea turtles benefiting from protected areas
  181. Molecular role of gene linked to blood vessel formation uncovered
  182. Turtle genome analysis sheds light on turtle ancestry and shell evolution
  183. A beautiful species of tree iguana redescribed 179 years after its discover
  184. Frog-like robot will help surgeons
  185. One extinct turtle less: Turtle species in the Seychelles never existed
  186. Painted turtle gets DNA decoded
  187. Getting under the shell of the turtle genome
  188. Peru surprises with two new amazing species of woodlizards
  189. Scientists discover reasons behind snakes' 'shrinking heads'
  190. Scientists produce cloned embryos of extinct frog
  191. What do American bullfrogs eat when they're away from home? Practically eve
  192. Sri Lankan snake study reveals new species, rich biodiversity in island cou
  193. Deadly fungus detected in Southeast Asia's amphibian trade
  194. Lizards facing mass extinction from climate change
  195. Biting back: Snake venom contains toxic clotting factors
  196. 2,000 pound turtle could be extinct within 20 years
  197. Nesting site protection 'key to save turtles from climate change'
  198. In tiny Amazon frogs, males observed extracting oocytes from females killed
  199. Slithering towards extinction: Reptiles in trouble
  200. Amphibian study shows how biodiversity can protect against disease
  201. The amazing amphibians and reptiles of the Philippine island Luzon
  202. Tourists face health risks from contact with captive sea turtles
  203. DNA reveals mating patterns of critically endangered sea turtle
  204. Floridas Python Challenge Draws About 800 Hunters
  205. Global warming beneficial to ratsnakes
  206. Genetic matchmaking saves endangered frogs
  207. Around two queries a week to UK poisons service concern . . . snakebites
  208. Major source of evolutionary differences among species uncovered
  209. Dinosaur: First freshwater mosasaur discovered
  210. Prehistoric ghosts revealing new details: Synchrotron helps identify previo
  211. Frog-in-bucket-of-milk folklore leads to potential new antibiotics
  212. Cane toads can be stopped
  213. Asteroid that killed the dinosaurs also wiped out the 'Obamadon'
  214. From clawed spiders to deep-sea sharks: 137 new species described by Califo
  215. Rapid test to save lives of snakebite victims
  216. Travels in northeastern Brazil: Unfolding the reptile fauna of Lençóis Mara
  217. A rather thin and long new snake crawls out of one of Earth's biodiversity
  218. Orsini's viper: Alternates between reproducing and growing, year-by-year
  219. Rapid changes in climate don't slow some lizards
  220. Vision stimulates courtship calls in the grey tree frog
  221. Fossils and genes brought together to piece together evolutionary history
  222. Huge deposit of Jurassic turtle remains found in China
  223. Climate change may alter amphibian evolution
  224. Unique sea snake found in museum
  225. Local wildlife is important in human diets in central Africa, experts say
  226. How flick knife thumbs help Japan's rare fighting frogs
  227. Extreme 'housework' cuts the life span of female Komodo dragons
  228. Soft-shelled turtles urinate through mouth
  229. Regenerated lizard tails are different from originals, researchers discover
  230. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012 awarded for discovery that matur
  231. River turtle species in Missouri still suffers from past harvesting, study
  232. New turtle tracking technique may aid efforts to save loggerhead
  233. Evolutionary history of lizards and snakes reconstructed using massive mole
  234. New snake species: List of animal species threatened by mining and deforest
  235. Young researcher on the trail of herbal snakebite antidote
  236. Researchers find our inner reptile hearts
  237. Snakes minus birds equals more spiders for Guam: Ecologists look for effect
  238. Surprises in evolution of frog life cycles
  239. Common antifungal drug decreases tumor growth and shows promise as cancer t
  240. Flexible snake armor could inspire abrasion-resistant materials
  241. Mysterious snake disease decoded
  242. Scientists discover new type of virus responsible for a devastating disease
  243. Florida state record 87 eggs in largest python from Everglades
  244. Friends help more promptly, at least in monkeys
  245. Frog calls inspire a new algorithm for wireless networks
  246. Giant fossil turtle from Colombia round like car tire
  247. Pollutants could pose health risks for five sea turtle species
  248. Falling lizards use tail for mid-air twist, inspiring lizard-like 'Righting
  249. Rising heat at the beach threatens largest sea turtles, climate change mode
  250. The Passing of a Species