Start A Petition

Science & Tech

What to Do When the World Is Ending: Live Fast, Have Sex Early, Die Young
Science & Tech  (tags: reptiles, extinction, biology, climate change, global warming )

- 781 days ago -
Sorry to disappoint you, but this story is about Lystrosaurus. Yes, this story has the most click-baity of click-bait titles, but seriously, would you have clicked if you knew this was about funny-looking dead reptiles? Didn't think so.
Help Discover New Species Using Your Cell Phone
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, discovery, science, biology, entomology. digital photography, taxonomy, new species, bugs, insects, reptiles, amphibians, spiders, bees )

- 886 days ago -
Learn how to use your cell phone camera to go on photo-safaris, possibly find something new to science, make a contribution to science and our understanding of the environment, and maybe even get a bug named after you!
There Was Once a Marine Reptile That Had Four Nostrils
Science & Tech  (tags: Paleontology, world, science, ichthyosaurs, reptiles )

- 976 days ago -
Millions of years before dolphins were around, dolphin-like marine reptiles roamed the oceans. They were called ichthyosaurs. A new species has now been uncovered in the Paja Formation in Colombia's eastern Andes.
Four-Legged Snake Fossil Found
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, archaeology, discovery, evolution, snakes, reptiles, lizards, fossil, oldest )

- 1063 days ago -
An absolutely exquisite fossil of a snake that had four legs has been discovered by a team of scientists and may help show how snakes made the transition from lizards to serpents.
Ancient Snakes, Lizards Gave Birth to Live Young
Science & Tech  (tags: evolution, reptiles, biology, ancient, science, research, scientists, paleontology, study, investigation, climate change )

- 1647 days ago -
Most snakes and lizards are known to lay eggs, but in the distant past their ancestors mainly gave birth to live young, just as humans do, a new study suggests.
Teeniest Creatures Miniature Frogs, Reptiles and More
Science & Tech  (tags: Teeniest, creatures, Miniature, frogs, reptiles, more )

- 2312 days ago -
This newly discovered species of miniature chameleon lives only on the islet of Nosy Hara in Madagascar. It's one of the smallest lizards in the world. (PLoS ONE)
Patterns of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Found in Galapagos Reptiles
Science & Tech  (tags: Patterns of antibiotic-resistant, bacteria found in, Galapagos, reptiles )

- 2341 days ago -
Land and marine iguanas and giant tortoises living close to human settlements or tourist sites in the Galápagos Islands were more likely to harbor antibiotic-resistant bacteria than
Agile 'Roadrunner' Dinosaur Fossil Discovered in China
Science & Tech  (tags: dinosaurs, reptiles, Paleontology, birds, fossils, ancient creatures, extinct species )

- 3006 days ago -
Measuring just half a metre long, the fleet-footed theropod named Xixianykus zhangi was likely to have used a huge claw to dig for termites and ants.
Early Exposure to Common Weed Killer Impairs Amphibian Development
Science & Tech  (tags: research, environment, frogs, reptiles, developmental biology, biotechnology, atrazine, caspase-3, exposure, herbicide, kidney, morphogenesis, organ, tadpoles )

- 3718 days ago -
When exposed to the widely used herbicide atrazine in their early stages of life the common weed killer,once thought to be harmless to animals,disrupts growth of vital organs in amphibians during multiple growth periods.
Turning Deadly Venoms Into Cures
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, research, scientists, venom, medicine, study, reptiles, evolution )

- 3735 days ago -
Venomous serpents have developed one of the most effective & efficient weapon systems of the animal kingdom.They may kill tens of thousands of people yearly, but their deadly venoms have the potential to save many thousands more.
Ancient Sea Reptile From Alberta Oilsands Yields Research Bounty
Science & Tech  (tags: reptiles, fossils, paleontology, science, scientists, discovery, interesting )

John (Aqu
- 3746 days ago -
A reptile that once prowled the seas where Alberta's oilsands now sit has been named after a paleontologist who studied prehistoric ocean life. In a paper that formally describes the carnivorous aquatic predator, paleontologists from the University of
VIRGINIA: Snake Fear Part of Human Evolution?
Science & Tech  (tags: USA, herpetology, reptiles, snakes, fear of snakes, psychology, phobias, science )

- 3766 days ago -
Two University of Virginia researchers believe that humans are genetically predisposed to be deathly afraid of snakes. Judy S. DeLoache, a U.Va. professor of developmental psychology, said she has a snake phobia, but wonders why. "The question was, where
Earliest Known Evidence of Reptiles Found in N.B.
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, discovery, fossils, reptiles, paleontogist )

- 3899 days ago -
Scientists in New Brunswick have discovered an important key to the past.They have found hundreds of.......

butterfly credits on the news network

  • credits for vetting a newly submitted story
  • credits for vetting any other story
  • credits for leaving a comment
learn more

Popular Tags for: Science & Tech

Most Active Stories Today in Science & Tech tagged with reptiles

top story finders in Science & Tech

1. Animae C 22 popular stories

2. Paulo R 17 popular stories

3. Marianne R 17 popular stories

4. Nita L 16 popular stories

5. Laura H 15 popular stories

6. John Gregoire 14 popular stories

7. Darlene K 13 popular stories

8. Cher C 13 popular stories

9. Cathy B 13 popular stories

10. Trish K 13 popular stories

more top news finders »

What makes a top story finder?
A top finder is someone who submits stories that become popular and are promoted to the front page.

wanted: news analysts

Get Active in the Care2 News Network!

Help ferret out the most noteworthy of the Newly Submitted stories and promote them to the Front Page.

care2 news network tools

News Network Bookmarklet

Submit stories from your browser toolbar with the easy to use Add to Care2 News! bookmarklet.

News Network Syndication

Get this page in RSS. Keep up to date with the Care2 News Network in your favorite RSS reader. Yahoo!, Newsgator, Bloglines, and more!
Find out how to subscribe!

care2 newsletter spotlight

Join over 2 Million Care2 Subscribers! Sign up for our FREE Newsletters, Delivered to your Inbox!

New to Care2? Start Here.