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Bowfin (Amia calva) are basal bony fishes related to gars in the infraclass Holostei.

Bowfin (Amia calva) are basal bony fishes related to gars in the infraclass Holostei.

Salamandra Tigre - Tiger salamander - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Salamandra Tigre - Tiger salamander - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New species of desert monitor lizard from the western and southwestern foothills of the Zagros Mountains. From Varanus griseus and its nominal subspecies V. g. griseus, V. g. caspius, and V. g. koniecznyi it is easily distinguishable by its stout head shape, the shape and position of the nostril, an extremely rough and spiny neck scalation, a laterally compressed tail with a double-keeled dorsal crest throughout its length, a nearly uniformly colored dorsum and an unpatterned light yellowish…

New species of desert monitor lizard from the western and southwestern foothills of the Zagros Mountains. From Varanus griseus and its nominal subspecies V. g. griseus, V. g. caspius, and V. g. koniecznyi it is easily distinguishable by its stout head shape, the shape and position of the nostril, an extremely rough and spiny neck scalation, a laterally compressed tail with a double-keeled dorsal crest throughout its length, a nearly uniformly colored dorsum and an unpatterned light yellowish…

New Bioluminscent Shark Species Discovered Off The Coast Of Central America

New Bioluminscent Shark Species Discovered Off The Coast Of Central America

Pregnant Lemurs' Smell Gives Away Sex Of The Baby

Pregnant Lemurs' Smell Gives Away Sex Of The Baby

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A Chapman’s Zebra! The female, named ‘Jin’, was born to her striped mother, ‘Juou.’ #ZoobornsMotherlyLove Credit: Liberec Zoo

A Chapman’s Zebra! The female, named ‘Jin’, was born to her striped mother, ‘Juou.’ #ZoobornsMotherlyLove Credit: Liberec Zoo

The only photo of a living Quagga, London Zoo, 1870. The species became extinct in 1878

The only photo of a living Quagga, London Zoo, 1870. The species became extinct in 1878

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