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Deep Nesting in A Lizard Varanus panoptes, Déjà Vu Devil’s Corkscrews: First Helical Reptile Burrow and Deepest Vertebrate Nest

Dating back to 255 Mya, a diversity of vertebrate species have excavated mysterious, deep helical burrows called Daimonelix (devil’s corkscrews). The possible functions of such structures are manifold, but their paucity in extant animals has frustrated their adaptive explanation. Leer más.

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