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Species New to Science: [Herpetology • 2015] Ghatixalus magnus • A Novel Third Species of the Western Ghats Endemic Genus Ghatixalus (Anura: Rhacophoridae), with Description of its Tadpole

In February 2016 MINDSTIR MEDIA published Reptiles vs. Amphibians by thirteen-year-old Chelcie Oparanozie. The young adult (YA) novel has since become an Amazon bestseller, making Chelcie the youngest MindStir Media author to land on a bestseller list. http://www.howtopublishbooks.info/

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Species New to Science: [Herpetology • 2015] Ghatixalus magnus • A Novel Third Species of the Western Ghats Endemic Genus Ghatixalus (Anura: Rhacophoridae), with Description of its Tadpole

Mindstir Media blog In February 2016 Mindstir Media published Reptiles vs. Amphibians by thirteen-year-old Chelcie Oparanozie. The young adult (YA) novel has since become an Amazon bestseller, making Chelcie the youngest MindStir Media author to land on a bestseller list.

The latest very-well-drawn Doug TenNapel graphic novel starts a multi-book sequence pitting good amphibians against evil reptiles in a magic-filled world where "weretoads" threaten and the constellation Orion has a hand (and a bow and arrow) in events. Just one of many kids' books reviewed at www.infodad.com. Direct link: http://transcentury.blogspot.com/2014/12/ggood-gguys-bbad-gguys.html

Dragonbreath by Ursula Vernon is a chapter book/graphic novel hybrid about Danny Dragonbreath, the only mythical creature in a school filled with reptiles and amphibians. A great summer read! (Ursula is a contributor to Comics Squad: Recess!, which is out July 8th!)

La Vanille Réserve des Mascareignes (Crocodile Farm)

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Geckos Shed Water Droplets Through a Novel Mechanism That Resembles Popping Popcorn

New Scientist reports that researchers at University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia have discovered that geckos shed water from their skin through a novel mechanism in which water launches off ...