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Everything that slithers is not a snake.
If you're going to get lost in someone’s eyes, let it be the golden-tailed gecko’s.
This elegant little critter is one of the world’s most unique species of gecko.
A successful captive breeding program has revived the lister gecko and the blue-tailed skink species.
Scientists say that increasing temperatures and land clearing are the two biggest threats to the velvet gecko.
Queensland scientists have described a new gecko species.
A 'relic' gecko species with no close living relatives has been found in Central Australia.
New research tracking glow-in-the-dark geckos has shown that isolated trees and the right crop direction could help improve biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.
When you don’t have eyelids a tongue will do!
The Cape Melville leaf-tailed gecko has been named as one of the top new species finds of 2014