Australian lizards on verge of evolutionary leap

This is amazing: "A variety of Australian skink – like snake but with four tiny legs – is slowly starting abandon egg laying and beginning to give birth to live offspring like a mammal does. Skinks in the mountainous region of New South Wales have almost entirely moved to live birth. But the same species living in the lowlands along the coast are far more likely to lay eggs containing their young."

Australian lizards on verge of evolutionary leap

Canada and International News

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