Herpetology-Open Access

Herpetology-Open Access

Tiniest among the Vertebrates

Smallest Amphibians found on the earth. Researchers have discovered that Chameleon is the tiniest and smallest among the vertebrates in the world. Chameleon was discovered by the group of scientist and it was been found in the island of Madagascar. Read more…

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Posted by Jeevan - 30/11/2012 at 04:36

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Recently Found Creature

Snakes are a deadly reptile that has no legs, no bones. There are two types of snakes they are venomous and non venomous snakes. Venomous snakes have three categories such as elapidae, colubridae and viperidae.  Non venomous snakes belong to Read more…

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Posted by Jeevan - 05/11/2012 at 07:17

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Revealed Secrets of Snakes

Unbelievable secrets of snakes.  Snakes even fly in the air without wings. Tree snakes use to fly between trees, chase aerial prey and avoid predators. They ‘fly’ by flattening their bodies from head to tail when they are in air. They hold their tail stiffly upwards Read more…

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Posted by Jeevan - 27/10/2012 at 06:32

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