El próximo día 28 de enero tendremos la suerte de poder escuchar al prestigioso herpetólogo Enrique Ayllón, ya que dará una conferencia sobre anfibios y reptiles en el salón de actos de la Casa del Parque de la R.N. Lagunas de Villafáfila a eso de las 10:30 h. Leer más.
Invasive Burmese python hatchlings from the Florida Everglades can withstand exposure to salt water long enough to potentially expand their range through ocean and estuarine environments, according to research in the latest issue of the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. Leer más.
Reptiles and amphibians are found in a variety of ecosystems on our planet. Not only are they found in the tropics, but these cold-blooded creatures also inhabit temperate regions and even the Polar Circle. Some species require pristine rainforest to thrive or even just survive, while others find refuge in man-made structures. Leer más.
The ranges of species will have to change dramatically as a result of climate change between now and 2100 because the climate will change more than 100 times faster than the rate at which species can adapt, according to a newly published study by Indiana University researchers. Leer más.
Scott Reef is an untouched jewel of the Kimberley coast. Its pristine waters are inhabited by an extraordinary profusion of marine life including the illusive whale shark, the pigmy blue whale and are the breeding grounds for green turtles. Leer más.