As Bob and I so often do, we walked to our local park one afternoon in early May. It was an unusually hot day which explained the assembly of turtles basking in the sun at the side of the park’s largest pond. I couldn’t help think of the adage, “get your ducks all in a row” because there were the turtles, all lined up in order. They certainly occupied every inch of available space on that log. Leer más.
Over the past 30 years, amphibians worldwide have been infected with a lethal skin disease known as the amphibian chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis). Leer más.
The recent discovery of small paravian theropod dinosaurs with well-preserved feathers in the Middle–Late Jurassic Tiaojishan Formation of Liaoning Province (northeastern China) has challenged the pivotal position of Archaeopteryx regarded from its discovery to be the most basal bird. Leer más.
La Asociación de Naturalistas del Sureste está realizando, en la provincia de Albacete, los muestreos de galápago europeo (Emys orbicularis) previstos por la Asociación Herpetológica Española (AHE) con motivo de su elección como especie del año 2013. Leer más.