The Panama poison dart frog, also called the common rocket frog, lives in Columbia and Panama. They prefer to live in humid forested environments along rocky streams in lowland areas and are members of a poisonous family of amphibians. Leer más.
Estimados herpetólogos y herpetólogas, Tenemos el placer de invitaros a participar en el XII CONGRESO LUSO-ESPAÑOL DE HERPETOLOGÍA / XVI CONGRESO ESPAÑOL DE HERPETOLOGÍA que bajo el lema Fragmentación del territorio y conservación de herpetofauna se celebrará en el CEMACAM de Murcia del 3 al 5 de octubre de 2012. Leer más.
Petey is a painted turtle with a badly deformed shell, not because of an injury but because he was taken from the wild and held in a tank on a windowsill for seven years. Leer más.
The thing about turtles is they don’t move too fast, but they go pretty far. A would-be mother searching for a suitable place to lay eggs might travel more than a kilometre to find the perfect spot. Leer más.
Young loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings, just two inches long, use a combination of strategic swimming interspersed with passive drifting in ocean currents to migrate around the North Atlantic basin after emerging from nests on eastern Florida beaches, according to new research led by a marine biologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Leer más.