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Palleon, Archaius, Kinyongia, Nadzikambia--The Last Chameleons, Part 3

In the two previous articles in this series–devoted to the living chameleons of the world–we’ve looked at the full spread of chameleon diversity (Part 1, Part 2). There are the small, short-tailed leaf chameleons and pygmy chameleons, the little heartland-dwelling African dwarf chameleons, the sometimes giant Calumma chameleons, the ornate, sometimes horned Trioceros chameleons, and so on...

March 5, 2016 — Darren Naish
The Sciences

Tetrapod Zoology 10th-Birthday Extravaganza, Part 4: Looking Back at a Decade of Tetrapod Zoology

Some days ago (January 21st 2016), Tet Zoo reached its 10th birthday. You might have heard this already, sorry for going on about it. Here, in the last of a whole series of birthday-themed articles, I look back at the ups and downs of ten years of blogging, consider the impact of Tet Zoo – if there is such a thing – and present musings on what has been, what is, and what will be...

January 29, 2016 — Darren Naish

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