Komodo Dragon ( They are huge lizards / crocodile sized ) = their saliva infects any bitten prey / it relentlessly chases any bitten prey ,until resulting poison from infected wound ,slows the prey sufficiently enough for this Komodo dragon to finish it off and feast on the huge carcass ( an effective system that ensures this species remains strong /healthy ) ✅

Komodo Dragon ( They are huge lizards / crocodile sized ) = their saliva infects any bitten prey / it relentlessly chases any bitten prey ,until resulting poison from infected wound ,slows the prey sufficiently enough for this Komodo dragon to finish it off and feast on the huge carcass ( an effective system that ensures this species remains strong /healthy ) ✅

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A newly discovered lizard species has been living in isolation on the   far-flung Mussau Island in the Pacific Ocean for over a million years

Million-year-old lizard species discovered on remote Pacific island

A newly discovered lizard species has been living in isolation on the far-flung Mussau Island in the Pacific Ocean for over a million years

New Lizard Species, Lygosoma Veunsaiensis, Discovered In Cambodian Forest

Weird Iridescent Lizard Discovered In Cambodia

New Lizard Species, Lygosoma Veunsaiensis, Discovered In Cambodian Forest

Self-cloning lizard's population is made entirely of females. Single-gender lizards aren't that much of an oddity: About one percent of lizards can reproduce by parthenogenesis, meaning the females spontaneously ovulate and clone themselves to produce offspring with the same genetic blueprint.

Self-cloning lizard's population is made entirely of females. Single-gender lizards aren't that much of an oddity: About one percent of lizards can reproduce by parthenogenesis, meaning the females spontaneously ovulate and clone themselves to produce offspring with the same genetic blueprint.

Rarely growing larger than a foot (30 centimeters) in length, the Axolotl is one of nature’s smaller bundles of amazing. An endangered species in their native Mexico, these amphibians are a species of salamander that never undergoes metamorphosis and therefore remains gilled and aquatic for its entire life.

Rarely growing larger than a foot (30 centimeters) in length, the Axolotl is one of nature’s smaller bundles of amazing. An endangered species in their native Mexico, these amphibians are a species of salamander that never undergoes metamorphosis and therefore remains gilled and aquatic for its entire life.

"Lizards Facing Mass Extinction from Climate Change  Mar. 6, 2013 — Climate change could see dozens of lizard species becoming extinct within the next 50 years, according to new research published today. The often one-directional evolutionary adaptation of certain lizard species' reproductive modes could see multiple extinctions as the global temperature increases..."

Lizards facing mass extinction from climate change

"Lizards Facing Mass Extinction from Climate Change Mar. 6, 2013 — Climate change could see dozens of lizard species becoming extinct within the next 50 years, according to new research published today. The often one-directional evolutionary adaptation of certain lizard species' reproductive modes could see multiple extinctions as the global temperature increases..."

No Sex Needed: All-Female Lizard Species Cross Their Chromosomes to Make Babies These southwestern lizards' asexual reproduction is no longer a secret | Scientific America

No Sex Needed: All-Female Lizard Species Cross Their Chromosomes to Make Babies These southwestern lizards' asexual reproduction is no longer a secret | Scientific America

Four previously unknown species of snakelike creatures have been found in California — but don't call them snakes; they're legless lizards. ...

Legless lizard species discovered in California

Four previously unknown species of snakelike creatures have been found in California — but don't call them snakes; they're legless lizards. ...

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