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Biodiversity Research News from the Florida Museum
North America’s rarest snake found biting off more than it could chew
North America’s rarest snake, Tantilla oolitica (rim rock crowned snake), was recently spotted in a park in the Florida Keys…
Researchers use AI to create a treasure map of undiscovered ant species
E. O. Wilson once referred to invertebrates as “the little things that run the world,” without whom “the human species…
Miniature frogs set record as first vertebrates to lose the ability to balance
Amphibians are exceptionally good at being small. There are salamanders the size of your thumb nail, pygmy newts that live…
Amphibians & Reptiles
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