Ever wondered why the bluetongue lizard’s tongue is such an unusual hue?
Broome’s record rainfall has flooded the region and forced local wildlife to flee to higher ground.
From leafy gardens to harsh desert, no bushwalk is complete without a skink scurrying by.
An Australian lizard is world famous for its enduring relationships.
Scientists say that increasing temperatures and land clearing are the two biggest threats to the velvet gecko.
The number of reptile species known from Australia continues rising, with no end in sight.
A national icon in New Zealand, tuatara are the only living example of a reptile group that was widespread 60-240 million years ago.
Science & Environment
Imagine if you could drop an entire limb and have it grow back later? It’s a nifty evolutionary trick – but how does it work? We asked an expert.
New research has shed light on how bearded dragons evolved to change colour.