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Not All Lizards Attended That Lesson

The Lizard Keeper’s Handbook. p 101 In his book, The Lizard Keeper’s Handbook (1997. Advanced Vivarium Stystems, Inc.), Philippe de Vosjoli explains at length how to select prey items of appropriate sizes to feed to pet lizards. I agree 100% … Continue reading

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Never Underestimate The Ability Of The Media To Make A Bad Situation Worse

The brown anole (Anolis sagrei) was discovered in Santzepu, Chiayi County, southwestern Taiwan, in mid 2000, and except for a few academics, most people didn’t seem to notice the existence of this exotic invasive species. That all changed when red … Continue reading

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Nature’s Lunch Box

In the West Indies and southeastern U.S., the enormous population size of anole species makes them an important component of the ecosystem.  In the rainforest of Puerto Rico, for example, the three most common anole species consume an estimated 450,000 … Continue reading

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