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Meet the original "lizard king" — an iguana-size reptile that ruled Antarctica 250 million years ago.
A new evolutionary investigation finds that skinks likely evolved to have green blood a total of four different times throughout history.
About 49 million years ago, a long-tailed monitor lizard perceived the world not with two but with four eyes, a new study finds.
Their cuteness and gentleness when handled makes this common desert creature, the horned lizard, one of the most lovable of all species of reptiles.
In a case worthy of Sherlock Holmes, researchers are trying to figure out exactly when and where in the world a long-fingered lizard got trapped in the sticky sap of a tree.
Talk about an earache: When a man in China went to the hospital because of severe ear pain, doctors found a live gecko curled up in his ear canal, according to news reports.
A two-legged creature that looks like a hybrid between a worm and a lizard recently made a rare appearance in Baja California.
North America has 155 species of lizards classified into eight families native to the continent. Check out some of these amazingly colorful creatures.
A newly discovered gecko species belongs to a group with an unusual defensive strategy that might make your skin crawl.
The cracks and crevasses found throughout Baja and northern Mexico create a special environment for one of the region's most unique animals — the chuckwalla.
About 66 million years ago, an ancient sea monster the height of a five-story office building once gnashed its sharp teeth as it swam around the dark waters of Antarctica, a new study finds.
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