Australian Lizards: A Natural History

@inproceedings{Wilson2012AustralianLA,
  title={Australian Lizards: A Natural History},
  author={S. Wilson},
  year={2012}
}
  • S. Wilson
  • Published 2012
  • Geography
  • The extraordinary lives of lizards remain largely hidden from human eyes. Lizards feed, mate, lay eggs or give live birth, and carefully manage their temperatures. They struggle to survive in a complex world of predators and competitors. The nearly 700 named Australian species are divided into seven families: the dragons, monitors, skinks, flap-footed lizards and three families of geckos. Using a vast array of artful strategies, lizards have managed to find a home in virtually all terrestrial… CONTINUE READING
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