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Archive for April 28th, 2014


   Apr 28

Get a job: Turtle Rock Studios is hiring a Technical Artist

By Herp News The developer of Evolve is looking to hire a technical artist to work alongside the team in the company's new Lake Forest, CA studio on a game targeting next-generation hardware. … Go to Source …read more Read more here: herpetofauna.com  (388) Simple Deluxe Clamp Lamp Light UL Listed with 8.5 Inch Aluminum […]

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   Apr 28

Important Migratory Corridor For Endangered Flatback Sea Turtle Off Northwest Australia

By Herp News [ Watch The Video: Animation Of Flatback Turtle Tracking Data Off NW Western Australia ] Deakin University The value of Australia 's newly established network of marine parks has been highlighted by an international project that used satellites to track the vulnerable flatback sea turtle . Researchers from Deakin University, Swansea University […]

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   Apr 28

Family bought Victor the tortoise only discover he was rare giant breed

By Herp News The animal, which weighs nine stone and is still getting bigger could end up weighing 200 pounds (14 stone). The tortoise has been nicknamed Victor Meldrew. Go to Source …read more Read more here: herpetofauna.com  (706) Zoo Med Economy Analog Dual Thermometer and Humidity Gauge by Zoo Med (705) Buy new: $12.99 […]

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   Apr 28

The Tortoise and the Hare

By Herp News Just about everybody knows the story of ‘ The Tortoise and the Hare ’ from their childhood, perhaps the most well known of Aesop's Fables and the wise lessons that lay inside. Go to Source …read more Read more here: herpetofauna.com  (388) Simple Deluxe Clamp Lamp Light UL Listed with 8.5 Inch […]

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   Apr 28

The remarkable story of how a bat scientist took on Russia’s most powerful…and won

By Herp News In a country increasingly known for its authoritarian-style crackdown on activists and dissidents, a bat scientist has won a number of impressive victories to protect the dwindling forests of the Western Caucasus. For his efforts, Gazaryan was awarded today with the Goldman Environmental Prize, often called the Nobel Prize for the environment, […]

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   Apr 28

The emperor's new Gaboon viper

Now, see, this is what we mean when we say “decent media reporting about snakes where the reporter actually takes a few minutes to do his or her job,” which is something we don’t get to say much. Sadly. So thank you, Brian Hicks, of the Post and Courier, for pointing out that the media […]

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   Apr 28

Ancient flying reptile from China fills evolutionary gap

By Herp News The newly identified Jurassic period creature, a species named Kryptodrakon progenitor that was unearthed in the Gobi desert in northwestern China, was modest in size, with a wingspan of perhaps 4-1/2 feet (1.3 meters). But later members of its branch of the flying reptiles known as pterosaurs were truly colossal, including Quetzalcoatlus, […]

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   Apr 28

A variety of California kingsnake is wreaking havoc in Canary Islands

By Herp News An albino variety of the snake, popular in the pet trade, is decimating native bird, mammal and lizard species that have had no time to evolve evasive patterns. An albino variety of California kingsnake popular in the pet trade has infested the Canary Islands, decimating native bird, mammal and lizard species that […]

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