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Tuataras even chew weirdly


In 2008, I shared the story of the great longevity of the lizard-like tuatara of New Zealand.  Today, Victoria Gill of the BBC’s Nature blog has reported on a study from researchers investigating what appears to be a unique chewing … Continue reading

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