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Archive for June, 2008

Frog creates claws

06.26.2008

From National Geographic News:

PHOTO IN THE NEWS: Frogs Pierce Skin With Claws of Bone

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“The Song of the Gharial”

06.26.2008



"The Song of the Gharial", originally uploaded by EcoSnake.

Romulus Whitaker is the founder of the Madras Crocodile Bank in India and one of the world’s foremost authorities on the Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), the fish eating crocodilian of India. His talk at the International Herpetological Symposium banquet documented the sad fact that there are only 200 breeding adults of these great reptiles left in two river basins in India and Nepal. Gharials, like the alligators and crocodiles have been on the earth in their present forms for about 200 million years. Click here for the Gharial Conservation Alliance webpage: gharials.org/. Photo by Frank

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The 32nd Annual International Herpetological Symposium

06.16.2008

The 32nd Annual International Herpetological Symposium, originally uploaded by EcoSnake.

The 32nd Annual International Herpetological Symposium is this week, June 18 - 21, 2008, in Nashville TN, USA. If your are in the area, there are some great presentations…

International Herpetological Symposium

Posted by Frank, June 16, 2008.

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Polar bear shot after 200 mile swim

06.05.2008

From The Guardian - The ultimate in human sadness and stupidity:

Polar bear shot after 200 mile swim

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Tasmanian Devils Names Endangered Species

06.02.2008

From National Geographic News:

Tasmanian Devils Named Endangered Species

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