Lizards On Islands

Turns out that there are lizards out there besides anoles evolving on islands. Check out this award winning film from Nathan Dappen. The film took first place in the first annual NESCent Evolution Film contest. 11 films were screened and voted on by attendees at the Evolution 2011 meeting in Norman, OK.

Editor’s Note: all the entries in the film festival can be seen here. The runner-up, “Why Don’t You Teach Evolution,” is also great.

About Yoel Stuart

Yoel studies evolutionary ecology of Anolis lizards. He is a graduate student at Harvard University, in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology.
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1 Response to Lizards On Islands

  1. 220mya says:

    Don’t worry, the same production team did a film that is nearly three times as long, on Anolis:

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