101 East exposes an infamous wildlife trafficker at the helm of an illegal multi-million dollar business.
My, what big teeth you have! Here’s the newest Jurassic World poster, released ahead of the new trailer which drops on Monday. It depicts Mosasaurus, “the immense seagoing lizard,” swimming up to nibble on what would normally be a pretty scary-looking shark, but here kinda resembles a Goldfish cracker. Read more...
Apart from being earth’s heaviest lizard, behavior like man-eating and grave-robbing are the Komodo dragon’s biggest claims to fame. But did you know that these guys are also surprisingly intelligent—even playful—creatures gifted at both long-distance swims and virgin births? Read on to learn more. 1. Show More Summary
Balthasar van der Ast “Still Life of Variegated Tulips in a Ceramic Vase, with a Wasp, Dragonfly, Butterfly and Lizard” 1625 (detail) by Plum leaves on Flickr. Balthasar van der Ast (1593/94 – 1657) Dutch Golden Age painter. oil on oak panel Private collection
- The lizard from Rampage was originally going to be in Pixels - he was going to be attacking the Washington Monument - the lizard was replaced with the ostrich from Joust - Paper Boy was going to be in the film, but was cut - the alien...Show More Summary
Are these images of people and animals on Mars? Time and time again, frustrated experts have responded that they are just rocks. But the belief persists.
Keep your eyes on Mr. Whiskers! The Sunshine State is known for all kinds of exotic and even dangerous animals, such as large alligators roaming around golf courses, and now there’s a new invasive species wreaking havoc.
The lizard’s scales blend right in with the rosemary bush it took a rest in.
Nile monitor lizards threaten to take over Palm Beach County
Some of the Kr3w posse is hitting the road and heading to the Rockies. Lizard King, Boo Johnson, Taylor Kirby, Pat Rumney, Chris Gregson, AJ Zavala, and more will be The post KR3W “Hi, Low, And In Between” Tour appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
It's clearly the head, spine, and forelimb of a lizard. But what's the white part that looks like a spiderweb?Answer at the BBC's Weird and Wonderful Photo Quiz.
In the beginning gods created lizard-man and man. Then lizard-man learned magic, and things pretty much go downhill from there in Son of Nor. Read more...
I'll be on The Outer Edge radio show tonight (Sunday) at midnight EST (11pm CST). Talking Boggy Creek, Lizard Man, and Ghoultown!
The Agama agama lizard may also be commonly called a rainbow agama—you can see why from its colorful scales.
A new research has revealed that Mosasaurs, tremendous marine lizards that went extinct 65 million years ago, delivered their offspring in the open ocean, not on the coastline.
You may not be familiar with worm lizards, but they've actually done quite well for themselves: The 180 living species of amphisbaenians, as they're called, live on five continents, Nature World News reports, and they've been around for a very, very long time. So long, in fact, that experts had...
They weren't in the delivery room, but researchers at Yale University and the University of Toronto have discovered a new birth story for a gigantic marine lizard that once roamed the oceans. Thanks to recently identified specimens at...Show More Summary
A cat-eating lizard native to Africa is being targeted by Florida state wildlife officials who say the creatures, known as Nile monitors, could be dangerous to pets and people. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Service said Friday it is “increasing efforts to locate and remove them,”...
Many scientists have studied fossils from gigantic marine lizards called mosasaurs that lived at the time of the dinosaurs and flourished in ancient seas, but little is known about aspects of their breeding and birth. Investigators have...Show More Summary
They weren't in the delivery room, but researchers have discovered a new birth story for a gigantic marine lizard that once roamed the oceans. Thanks to recently identified specimens, paleontologists now believe that mighty mosasaurs -- which could grow to 50 feet long -- gave birth to their young in the open ocean, not on or near shore.