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Tetrapod Zoology

Grassland earless dragons

Captive Grassland earless dragon climbing in tussock; image by Tony Gamble, used with permission.

Today: LIZARDS. Even better: obscure Australian agamids, or dragon lizards, or dragons, if you prefer. I’ve written about agamids a few times on Tet Zoo but have never gotten to say much (if anything) about the Australian radiation, grouped together into the clade Amphibolurinae. In this article, I won’t – I’m very sorry to say [...]

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